Community Creations - Online Content Producer (Short Fixed-Term Contract)

Online Content Producer (Short fixed-term contract)

Job Title: Online Content Producer
Reporting To: Deputy Director
Status: Five-month fixed term contract, full-time
Hours of work: Monday - Friday, 39 hours per week
To apply: via Workable link only:
Location: Fleet Street, Dublin 2
Salary: €28,000 p/a pro rata
Probationary Period: 2 weeks

About is Ireland’s leading provider of youth information to young people where they are: online. We are an expert, energetic, dynamic and professional organisation run by young people, for young people, based in the heart of Dublin city.

Purpose of Job:

The Online Content Producer is responsible for creating high-quality youth-focused content for the website.
The Online Content Producer works in close cooperation with the rest of the team to plan and promote the organisation’s campaigns and content development.
The Online Content Producer will join at an exciting time for the organisation as we take on new projects and extend our reach.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

The Online Content Producer’s duties and responsibilities include:

  • Creating high-quality content that appeals to young people in the style (articles, factsheets, video, audio)
  • Basic editing and subtitling of video content
  • Research keywords and evidence bases to feed into content development plans
  • Improving the quality of new and existing content by responding to and actioning user, stakeholder and staff feedback
  • Contributing toward to the planning and development of campaigns and content for
  • Contributing to improving the efficiency of content production
  • Providing the team with support in the scheduling of social media content
  • Ensuring all content is to a high standard of spelling and grammar, is up-to-date, and complies with the content policies and content validation process
  • Carrying out any other duties as may from time to time be required by the Deputy Director

Skills and Attributes:

Qualifications and Experience:

  • A relevant third-level qualification or equivalent experience
  • A keen interest in, and understanding of, youth health and social issues

Communications Skills:

  • Solid writing skills with an eagle-eye for detail
  • Experience creating multimedia content (photo, video, audio)
  • Experience using social media as an engagement tool
  • Good knowledge of how visual media operates

Technical Experience:

  • Excellent computer skills
  • Demonstrable experience editing video, audio or photography
  • Proficient working with a CMS (Content Management System)

Personal Skills:

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be a self-starter with strong organisational skills, with the capacity to prioritise and balance conflicting demands
  • Have strong interpersonal skills
  • Have a proven ability to deliver on targets within agreed budgets and timeframes
  • Exhibit strong collaborative and team-working skills
  • Be tech-literate with a knowledge of emerging digital trends

Applications and Queries

You can apply for this role by uploading your C.V. and answering a few questions at the following link:

In addition to a completed application form and CV, candidates are required to submit the following:

  • A sample of your writing
  • A link to a sample video clip, audio clip, or series of photographs demonstrating your proficiency with basic multimedia editing

Be advised that any offers are subject to reference checks and Garda clearance.

Application deadline: Midnight on Sunday 21st July 2019

Any and all queries should be directed to (only applications submitted through Workable will be accepted)


Dublin 2

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