Content Creation Manager

If you've read, viewed, or watched any of our resources, you've benefited from the hard work of these folks. The Content Creation Manager works to gather accurate, up-to-date information and put it into a format that can be read and consumed by anyone who needs it.

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PRISM relies on the dedicated contributions of volunteers to further its initiatives. Part of this work is in the form of creating educational resources for LGBTQ+ youth and queer people of color. Our Content Creation Manager oversees the Content Creation Department within our SMDCT to ensure the highest quality of PRISM's articles, social media captions, and other forms of written work. The Content Creation Manager does not receive a paycheck, but they do receive the satisfaction that they are helping an organization for LGBT youth. There is potential for a paid position in the future.


The Content Creation Manager has the following responsibilities:


  • Coordinate and develop effective modes of educating the public on sexual health, gender and sexuality, LGBT history, and issues affecting people of color

  • Oversee the research, writing, editing, and publishing process of PRISM's online resources

  • Oversee the research, writing, editing, and submission of educational social media captions to the SMDCT

  • Coordinate written material for the reporting of data collected by PRISM's Surveying Department

  • Oversee the design and production of visuals for social media, print material, and PRISM’s website

  • Oversee the creation of video and digital media content

  • Lead meetings with Writers, Editors, Visual Designers, and other Content Creation Department staff and volunteers in tandem with the SMDCT Director


It is greatly preferred that applicants have experience with one or more of the following:


  • Volunteer and staff management

  • Social media

  • LGBT issues

  • Sexual health/Public health

  • Gender and sexuality

  • Videography

  • Graphic Design

  • Writing

  • Proofreading

  • Youth services