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Social Media Team Co-Coordinator (Volunteer)

Updated: Dec 21, 2022

Are you an advocate for refugees’ rights and want to help make a difference? Do you have social media and communications skills? Then we are looking for you!

Europe Must Act (EMA), a growing European movement advocating for fair and humane migration policies, is currently looking for a person to take on the role of Co-Coordinator of the social media team. This is an online volunteering (unpaid) position.

We act with empathy, hope and passion and are united by our commitment to challenge indifference and tackle human rights abuses. We seek change on many levels by speaking up with people on the move, engaging European citizens and holding authorities accountable.


  • Coordinating the EMA social media team and ensuring social media content is in line with EMA’s narrative and messaging

  • Organising regular meetings

  • Managing the monthly calendar and scheduling posts

  • Supporting the team in producing social media content (captions, graphics, newsletter and blog posts) and maintaining presence and engagement on social media platforms

  • Recruiting new volunteers if needed

  • Liaising with the EMA Coordination

  • Coordinating with EMA's city and national chapters and their social media teams on mutual campaigns and activities

  • Looking for training opportunities for the team

  • Make sure communication is in line with the idea of hope-based communication


  • Knowledge of main social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)

  • Previous experience with social media and communications is preferred

  • Good knowledge of the European migration context

  • Ability to work independently and in a multicultural team

  • Time requirement: approx 10 hours/week for minimum 6 months

  • Previous experience working with people on the move is appreciated

  • Start: As Soon as Possible

Why volunteering with us?

  • Being part of a growing Europe-wide social movement

  • Working and meeting with volunteers and activists across Europe and growing your network

  • Participating in professional training

  • Working in a multicultural, diverse and fun work environment.

  • Broadening your CV (a reference can be provided)

There will be a 1-month handover with the current Coordinator. After the first month, the Coordinator of the Social Media Team will join the EMA Coordination team and will be expected to attend weekly meetings.

If you are interested in applying for the position, or have any questions, please send us an email at explaining your motivation and background.

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