Do you have Communications skills? Your Province Needs You!
The Provincial Communications Committee is looking to build on the foundations it has laid in the past year. We're looking to expand the team with some very specific skills, coinciding with our plans for the years ahead. Even if you only have a couple of hours a month, it would be good to hear from you.
The Media Team edit the stories which appear on the website, in Freemasonry Today and in the local media. News comes from the Province, Lodges and Chapters and individuals and tell the stories of all the wonderful things happening in the Province. Ideally you should have some experience in copywriting or a journalism background. Contact Stan Marut here
Front End/Wordpress Developers
The Provincial website has gone from strength to strength. It's now very dynamic, with content updated most days. It's built no the WordPress engine and uses a number of different plugins to add functionality. We have plans for how the website will become more useful (adding booking/payment for events and a members area). Please get in touch if you have Front End or WordPress Developer experience. Contact Omaid Hiwaizi here
Social Media Community Managers
We are seeking members with Social Media skills to help manage the Twitter, Facebook and other accounts, produce posts and manage the response. We are developing a Paid Social campaign to attract new members, Ideally you should work in this area, or have experience running social channels. Contact Omaid Hiwaizi here
Increasingly we plan to use video on our website and in social media and have one PCC member who's doing a great job making these. We're looking for others who have some skills (and equipment ?) to make simple videos at our events. Could that be you ? Contact Omaid Hiwaizi here
Do you like sharing your enthusiasm about Freemasonry? Join the trailer team! We attend events over the summer and talk to members of the public about Freemasonry - the role requires those with confidence in speaking to the public. If you have a vehicle which can can tow the trailer, that would be a plus. Contact Richard Alliston here
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