The #SciComm Space invites you to become part of a community of social media experts, seeking to engage in fractional, paid work to develop and enrich the social media presence of organizations working in and around science.
We need students who have a scientific underpinning, but who also have skills in social media.
So, if you have these two elements, or would like to further develop this expertise, then get in touch with us.
Is this for you?
If you are looking for part-time, paid work, related to your degree, with flexibility and the opportunity to continually develop your digital skills, then this is for you.
how to SIGN UP
1) PULL TOGETHER YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE
Ensure your profile describes your social media and science skills and includes links to your public, social media accounts, as a way of evidencing your skills.
2) Make us a 1 minute pitch video cv
Tell us a bit about yourself, focus on your science and social media knowledge and interests. Your video can be an unpublished YouTube video, if you want to keep it private.
once you have these elements, simply send us a simple email expressing your interest, witH 5 links:
1) Your LinkedIn Profile
2) Your 1-min Video
And 3 other links to your best, public social media profiles
we’ll take a look and get back to you.
Remember, if your social media profile is not science related, that’s ok. We’re looking for evidence of creative capabilities in content creation.
Not quite ready?
If this sounds like the kind of work you’d like to do, but you don’t yet feel like you have the digital skills to do it, then you can also send us an email and we’ll add you to a list of names. We’ll contact you when we run training days.