Social Media Manager:
Future Black Female is seeking a self-driven, motivated, team player, able to work in a fast-paced environment.
At least 2-4 years of hands-on publicity experience with increasing levels of responsibility for campaign and management as well agency experience. Develop, implement and execute publicity campaigns for FBF. Demonstrate ability to work under pressure. Exhibit skills to meet tight deadlines within budgetary constraints, and to handle multiple projects simultaneously. A broad knowledge of the media industry and strong relationships with key contacts in the press. Superbwritten, verbal and interpersonal skills are essential as is an ability to think creatively and generate new ideas. Pitch events to national, regional and local press. Must be an independent and strategic thinker who is a strong team player and willing to take responsibility for project oversight. Must demonstrate an ability to cultivate and nurture relationships with members of the media. Proficiency using Apple products, Microsoft Office, Gmail, CisionPoint, Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
Summary of Job Description:
· Serving as the day-to-day publicist and media contact for Future Black Female
· Developing strategic media campaigns for events starting with International Essay Competition
· Build, oversee and maintain essay competition PR campaigns
· Secure and facilitate media interviews and spearhead media training
· Support community-focused endeavors and brand partnerships
· Maintain and build relationships with stakeholders and potential sponsors
· Craft media materials including press releases, media alerts, pitches, bios etc.
· Create monthly internal and event summary reports
Summary Person Specification:
· Bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations or related field
· 4-6 years of experience in public relations with a focus on non-profit and/or books
· Talent relations experience and strong interpersonal skills
· Extensive literary and entertainment media relationships
· Excellent writing, research, and organizational skills
· High attention to detail
· Ability to work independently and as part of a team
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Guidelines for Guest Bloggers to Future Black Female Blog.
The Future Black Female blog caters to a global audience of mostly Black/African girls and young women aged 16-22. Contributions should speak clearly to an equitable, diverse, inclusive, and socially just future. We need posts that include messages of female empowerment. And highlight your local and national female narratives. We want posts that say more about you as a Black female and the work you do. How did you come to do that work and how do social, economic, academic factors in your country/local community impact you? People respond more to a story/face. It is not to promote your own blog or sell products but to share an inspiring story.
We don’t want to just say what’s happening to Black females. We want people to get to know Black women who are working hard to make a difference.
Be 100% original and not published anywhere else.
Be well-written, clear, interesting, and above all, helpful.
Provide attribution/citations for all quotations, data or statistics cited with a
Not be overly self-promotional (include no more than one link to your company's website in the body of the post).
Include a one-to two-sentence author bio with a headshot.
Include all images as separate attachments.
Be a maximum of 800 words in length
Terms and Conditions:
By submitting your post to Future Black Female blog, you are giving all copyright and reproduction permission to Future Black Female.
Future Black Female reserves the right to reject contributions at their discretion.
Guest contributors may not republish their published contribution to the Future Black Female Blog in its entirety anywhere else.
Future Black Female reserves the right to edit, adapt, update, and republish contributions at their discretion.
Calls-to-action to Future Black Female content may be added to published submissions.
In rare cases, contributed posts may be removed from the blog.
Email your post to along with a short bio (max. 100 words) and an image of yourself.