Dadsnet is the largest community of Dads in the UK. With a following of over 360,000 parents, Dadsnet reaches million of parents from month to month across the UK & beyond. We create, produce and distribute entertaining & supportive content & opportunities through our network of dad-focused communities. If you’re looking to be part of something something dynamic, and exciting – Dadsnet could be the place for you.
The primary responsibility of this position is to act as the liaison between Dadsnet, our digital communities, the wider dad community & our NHS partners in Lancashire & the surrounding area. You’ll be on the frontline of Dadsnet supporting dads through content distribution, digital engagement & in-person meet ups.
This role requires you to have a passion for fatherhood & community and all it entails.
Responsibilities & Duties
- Linking in with key partner organisations to gain insight into what provisions & resources are already available to fathers.
- Record, analyse & feedback findings to relevant partners.
- Obtain insights of fathers/partners & co-parents with lived experiences of loss/birth trauma and what services would support their mental health & well-being.
- Identify and understand the gaps in provision across our communities for fathers/partners and co-parents.
- Work with partner organisations to establish provision for dads/partners and co-parents.
- Support the design of an ‘assessment document’ which explores fathers/partners and co-parents mental health and wellbeing.
- Support the design and development of community led resources & services.
- Develop new support groups for fathers/partners and co-parents.
- Develop Dadsnet social media platforms for fathers/partners/co-parents accessing services to connect, share worries, ask questions and seek support.
- Develop digital & in-person support groups containing bespoke content for fathers / partners & co-workers who have experienced loss / birth trauma.
- Explore opportunities for longer term sustainable services.
- Co-ordinate with the wider team.
- Previous experience as a community manager or similar role.
- Experience planning and leading community initiatives.
- Ability to identify and track relevant community KPIs.
- Excellent verbal communication skills.
- Excellent writing skills.
- Excellent interpersonal and presentations skills.
- Hands on experience with social media management.
- Attention to detail, critical-thinker and problem-solver.
As a company founded and built on a community of parents, we are fully committed to providing a work atmosphere that has flexibility to encourage a work/family life balance.
- Remote working available
- Must be local to Lancashire or surrounding areas
- 4 days / week // Initially a 2 year contract
- £24,000 – £26,000 / annum
- Flexible working hours
- 15 days holiday per year, plus 1 additional day for your birthday and 1 additional day for your work anniversary