Job Opportunity – Associate Director, Social Media and Campaigns
The Lisbon Council is looking for an Associate Director, Social Media and Campaigns. The job includes the following:
- Make and develop a family of online products – i.e., video, animation, interviews, blogs, vlogs, tweets, short-form video – to enhance and complement the ongoing content being generated at the Lisbon Council. The output must be entertaining, visually engaging and produced in more or less real time, i.e., while projects are live and campaigns are active.
- Devise plans for the dissemination of that material, i.e., social-media campaigns, web presence.
- Work with in-house researchers, managers and others to develop good online and new media content that amplifies Lisbon Council work. The goal is not to create a range of products that compete with existing work; the goal is to leverage the existing work with additional products, including content produced at in-person meetings, interviews with authors and speakers, short- and long-form videos that illustrate key ideas derived from research and drives interest in those publications.
- Supervise all social media output; write and execute campaigns. A team of three is available for this, but the associate director will direct those resources and report directly to the president. The social media campaigns should be devised alongside of the events and should be executed in real time as they take place and in the days
The winning candidate should have a well-developed portfolio of video and other new-media products, a demonstrated ability to work with and in teams (and to get results). Some knowledge or interest in public policy is important, including the ability to understand key points and develop well-nuanced arguments. And an ability to produce clever, winning new-media products around serious topics – products that deliver their message well and retain the characteristic light touch of new media.
Job Opportunity – Project Manager
The Lisbon Council is looking for project managers for several new large international projects starting in 2023 on topics such as data-driven innovation, digital government, misinformation, green transition, energy, food chain, air quality and disaster management.
Your job will be to:
- Manage the projects and the relation with the partners successfully and without hiccups;
- Deliver effective stakeholders’ engagement, mapping key stakeholders and communicating with them convincingly;
- Produce high impact and actionable policy analysis for decision makers in European institutions;
- Present research results effectively in high level events;
- Develop and pursue new project opportunities.
The ideal candidate should:
- Possess a strong academic record, organisational skills and pay great attention to details
- Have knowledge of and an interest in EU policymaking in one or more of the areas mentioned
- Be fluent in English and an effective public speaker
- Be an entrepreneurial self-starter and team player with a good work ethic
The successful candidate will report to the director of research. The position can also be part-time and remote from anywhere in Europe.