Catholic Charities East Bay is looking for a Social Media and Web Manager who will be responsible for increasing brand awareness and engaging likely supporters through the Agency’s social media activity and website. The position will be hired full-time, on contract for 5-6 months, with opportunity for hire upon conclusion of contract.
Position Summary: This position has primary responsibility for social media and website activity, including delivering timely and energizing content, and growing the Agency’s social media following among likely supporters and influencers. The position is responsible for creating most and curating all published content (images, video, written and audio/podcast) as well as monitoring the agency’s social media profile and measuring impact. The position will develop and maintain the digital communication calendar.
Benefits and Fulltime Status: The Social Media and Web Manager is a contract position for 5 to 6 months with an opportunity for full time hire, which includes benefits. Schedule can be negotiated within standard business hours. This is an on-site position, with once a week remote work possible.
Who We Are
Since 1935, Catholic Charities East Bay has helped people in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, regardless of their faith, who are struggling with poverty and other complex issues.
Catholic Charities East Bay works with youth, children, and families to promote resilience, strengthen families, and pursue safety and justice
We help people facing difficult circumstances so that they can move forward in life with greater independence.
Welcoming the Stranger — Immigration legal services so that people can live and work without fear and refugee resettlement and support services for people fleeing violence or persecution;
Fostering Self-sufficiency — Financial assistance for qualified families and seniors facing eviction; family literacy programs to help people gain skills that improve opportunity;
Healing Trauma — Crisis counseling, victim support, restorative practices, and training to help individuals, families and schools in the aftermath of homicide or pervasive violence; support for children overcoming the trauma of trafficking.
We serve and work in partnership with all and celebrate the diversity of our community, including people of all backgrounds, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and religious or spiritual affiliation or belief.