Project Giving Back: Social Media Executive

Project Giving Back, the grant-making charity is looking to recruit a part-time, freelance and remote social media executive.

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The social media executive will be working to improve the content and digital presence of Project Giving Back (PGB) on social media, with a focus on PGB’s Instagram, LinkedIn, website and newsletters. This role is for someone who likes to think creatively and alternatively about how to engage and inspire people through storytelling.

PGB is a philanthropic grant-making organisation and registered charity (Charity No. 1198478) that exists to support and promote the work of good causes in the UK. They provide funding for gardens for good causes at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Since inception, the PGB has provided funding for 42 gardens for good causes, investing approximately £12 million in raising the profile of good causes in the UK. This commitment has recently extended until 2026, bringing the total to 60 gardens for good causes by the end of the project. PGB supported gardens are relocated after the show, with additional budget allocated for their adaptation and reconstruction.

The candidate will be working closely with PGB’s Project Lead, Isabella Nunes da Costa, as well as their PR agency, videographer and photographer. You will also interact with PGB’s CEO and Finance & Compliance Director, as well as PGB’s trustees.

Required skills and qualifications for the position include:

  • 2+ years of experience in social media management, with a strong portfolio of successful campaigns and content, preferably with experience in the UK market
  • Excellent writing and editing skills, with the ability to create compelling copy for various social media platforms, tailored to UK audiences
  • Strong understanding of social media analytics and performance metrics, with experience tracking and analysing performance in the UK market
  • Experience with social media scheduling and management tools, with knowledge of tools specific to the UK market preferred
  • Passion for philanthropy and social impact, with a strong interest in the UK nonprofit sector
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills, with the ability to work effectively with internal teams and external partners in the UK market
  • Flexibility and adaptability, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, and adapt to changes in the UK market


  • Location: Remote (UK only)
  • Duration: Freelance, part-time (approximately 10-15 hours per week, with an increase leading up and during the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May)
  • Salary level equivalent: £25k-£30k pa

Further job and application details can be found here.