The ideal candidate is a skilled writer who can empower the community about the passion we feel for saving lives working for people diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma and other blood diseases. This person is an experienced user of social media, and understands how to target messages on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other platforms to reach the right audiences. Please note: To be considered for this position, all applicants must submit a cover letter and resume. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: - Researching and producing original multimedia content primarily for AADP's main social media channels, including science, health care, and community stories - Writing e-newsletter copy and social media posts that promote AADP news articles and announcements - Maintaining blog, tracking email, web, and social media communications - Optimizing content for social media platforms, which will include tagging URLs, employing audience targeting, among other digital marketing tactics - Monitoring and managing AADP's social media conversations - Creating reports demonstrating successful reach and engagement achieved on promotional channels. The role requires excellent judgment, critical thinking, streamlined and professional communication, and quick turnaround in a fast-paced working environment. Note: This is part-time for 20 hours/week, starting from the date of hire. Total hours are negotiable depending on the experience level and preferences of the candidate.