Thank you for showing interest in volunteering with Harm Reduction Circle! We are currently seeking a Social Media Moderator to take on oversight of the various social media accounts for Harm Reduction Circle.
Social Media Moderator
Harm Reduction Circle is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization (also known as an NGO) based in Irvine, California. Our mission is to reduce overdose & other drug-related harms using evidence-based strategies in numerous underserved populations. Programming includes overdose prevention outreach & education, overdose response, Naloxone distribution either using mail-based & mobile distribution programs. Notable accomplishments include providing overdose response training to 13,000 individuals & supplying more than 23,000 doses of Naloxone, & documented 171 successful overdose reversals & providing harm reduction services & education at more than 55+ concerts, music festivals, & other nightlife events.
Create & post content 3-5 times per week. Ideate, shoot, edit, caption & post.
Constantly explore harm reduction trends by generating relevant content.
Strategize ongoing marketing efforts & campaigns.
Monitor feeds across social platforms, moderate comments, & respond to comments & direct messages accordingly.
Respond & engage with comments across social channels with a judgment-free voice in all interactions.
Engage with key influencers, like minded brands & active, influential members of the community.
1+ years of social media experience
Fluency across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, & Youtube
Energetic, witty, spontaneous & creative
Positive, upbeat & collaborative personality
Demonstrates masterful verbal & written communication
Great attention to detail, ability to focus & strong follow through
This is an unpaid volunteer position. Currently, Harm Reduction Circle is a volunteer-run program. In the future this opportunity may lead to a full-time, grant funded, benefit earning position once adequate funding is available, but this is not guaranteed.
How to Apply:
Submit your resume using the link below.
All applicants will be considered without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.