We are looking for an environmentally-conscious individual to help green businesses and non-profits with their social strategies and tools, and managing the social media accounts and online communities. You will be in charge of developing, executing, managing, measuring and reporting on social strategies, both online and offline.
- Work with clients to understand their business objectives and needs
- Develop and execute social strategies using online platforms (eg. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flickr, blogs, etc) and offline events (talks, workshops, etc)
- Manage, engage and grow online communities
- Create new content and source for relevant existing content
- Develop social media editorial calendar
- Monitor and report on social strategies and KPIs using monitoring tools
- Degree or Diploma in Marketing, Communications, or equivalent
- Involvement in environmental initiatives or groups, with strong interest in green issues, ideas and trends
- Passion for social media and digital technology, and up-to-date with the latest advances
- Prior experience in social media strategy development and execution is preferred
- Good social media knowledge and presence, especially of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
- Familiar with online metrics and tracking tools (eg. Radian6, Google Analytics, etc)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent attention to details with good time management skills
- Experience in project and/or event management
To apply, pls email your resume to email@example.com by 31 Dec, including your:
- Expected salary
- Examples of social campaigns you worked on and what your role was
- Links to your social media footprint on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or blogs
We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
“A seemingly perfect system is often the most fragile, while a dynamic system, subject to occasional failure, can be the most robust. Resilience is, like life itself, messy, imperfect, and inefficient. But it survives.” – Andrew Zolli and Ann Marie Healy, Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has unveiled the Draft Master Plan 2013, which is the land use plan guiding Singapore’s development over the next 10 to 15 years. This Master Plan aims to feature a highly liveable, economically vibrant and sustainable home for all Singaporeans.
We applaud URA for their efforts in addressing liveable and economic needs in this Master Plan. There would be greater diversity of housing choices, a wide range of amenities, and integration of heritage areas and nature spaces. We would see more industrial clusters and commercial hubs being developed, jobs being closer to homes, and the growing Marina Bay area as the next city centre. Read more
We are looking for intern writers from Nov 2013 to Feb 2014, who would be keen to contribute articles for our websites – Asia is Green, Green Business Singapore, Zero Waste Singapore, Low Carbon Singapore, Greenstore, and Save Food Cut Waste.
Here’s our requirements:
- Have an interest in environmental issues and green solutions
- Studying in a journalism-related diploma or degree course
- Preferably have experience in writing for online or printed publications, or have a blog
- Able to contribute at least 2 articles a week
- Able to commit for at least 1 month within Nov 2013 to Feb 2014
We don’t pay our intern writers, but we enable you to:
- Gain experience and knowledge in writing, editing and publishing
- Build up your portfolio in writing and published work
- Have the opportunity to meet and interview companies and experts in the environmental industry
- Attend green events for free
If you’re interested, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application closes on 15 Dec. Look forward to hearing from you, thanks!
We are conducting a free workshop for those working in environmental NGOs and green groups or non-profits, which aims to provide a basic overview and tips on using free web tools to help organisations do better in their work. The topics covered include:
- Listen to your stakeholders (how to use Google Alerts, Google Trends, and Feedly)
- Creating and maintaining your website or blog (about WordPress, plugins, writing and SEO)
- Using email newsletter (how to use Mailchimp)
- Sharing and engagement with your audience (tips for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn)
- Tracking website statistics (using Google Analytics)
- Bonus: Tips on creating and managing campaigns
Date: 24 Oct 2013, Thursday
Venue: Ecosystem, 3 Jalan Kledek, Singapore 199259 (http://ecosystem.sg/)
This workshop is free and only open to staff from environmental NGOs and green groups or non-profits based in Singapore. Limited to one person from each organisation.
This workshop is conducted by Eugene Tay, Director of Green Future Solutions. He is a sustainability consultant and maven who likes to spread the environmental message and inspire others to take action.
Register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FqPPpyvFSru38sg7gR6q9uTXnSVFmC1HKIKDwcpk3EY/viewform to attend the workshop. We will contact you to confirm whether your registration is successful, thanks!
Looking back from the year 2050, his recollection of personal experiences and world history are found in the book, The World We Made, written by Jonathon Porritt, sustainability guru and Founder Director of Forum for the Future.
Reading the book is like choosing the red pill in the Matrix film, once you choose to take the red pill, you go down the rabbit hole and end up in a different world and there is no turning back. Except in this case, the world is actually bright green and positive.
What would our sustainable future look like, if we actually take action?
Jonathon paints a vivid picture of the world in 2050 with his protagonist, Alex McKay, sharing his story and describing how we ended up with a positive, upbeat and sustainable future. Hang on for the ride down the rabbit hole, as we share a glimpse of Alex’s story. Read more