SSAFA – Social Media Manager


£38,000 per annum 

37.5 hours per week 

London, EC3R 

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a full-time Social Media Manager in the Digital Marketing department at SSAFA, the UK’s oldest national tri-service military charity.

About the role

We are seeking a Social Media Manager to help grow SSAFA’s brand through existing social media presence, driving engagement and conversion through acquisition and working with specialist services to drive towards a broader support access model, where clients can be supported through different contact methods via social media. It’s a newly created role in the Digital Marketing department.


To carry out this role successfully you will have a solid understanding of the use of a range of social media platforms, particularly in relation to activating advertising and brand awareness activities to a variety of audiences. You will have strong editing and writing skills suitable for each platform using effective storytelling techniques. You will have knowledge/understanding of social listening/monitoring tools such as Falcon, Brandwatch, Facebook Business Manager or equivalent. You must be passionate and committed to working in social media marketing.

SSAFA is an employer that values the diversity of its workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. 


For further information

If you have any queries or would like to speak to someone about this role, please contact Justin Phillips, Head of Digital Marketing on 0207 463 9312 for an informal discussion.

To apply, visit SSAFA’s website

Closing date: Midnight on 25 June 2019

Interviews: TBC. If you are invited to attend an interview you will be required to undertake an aptitude test as part of the selection process.

SSAFA is an Equal Opportunities Employer and is committed to using the Disclosure & Barring Service.

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