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Are you ready to hire a social media manager, but don’t know what the actual job description looks like? Or perhaps you’ve been tasked with writing the social media policy for employees at your facility, but don’t know where to start. Or maybe, you just need an example for a commenting policy to add to your Facebook page. This policy library is here to help get you started!
Please keep in mind that every shelter or rescue group (and every state) has different requirements for what a policy or job description looks like. Social Media for Animals and the originating organizations are simply providing these as examples, and do not guarantee that they would be applicable to your facility, or meet the requirements of your human resources department or the local (and federal) laws.
Job Description: Digital Content Coordinator – Animal Shelter
Sample job description for a Digital Content Coordinator at the Animal Rescue League of Iowa
Employee Technology Use Policy Example – Animal Shelter
Sample policy for all technology use by employees at animal shelters.
Employee Social Media Policy Example – Animal Shelter
Sample policy for use of social media by employees of an animal shelter.
Social Media Standards & Guidelines Example – Animal Shelter
Sample social media staff policy for use by animal shelters.
Social Media Commenting Policy Example
Sample social media commenting policy for use by animal shelters and rescue groups.
Job Description: Marketing & Development Assistant – Animal Shelter
Sample job description for a marketing and development assistant from the Kansas City Pet Project.
Job Description: Marketing & Graphic Designer – Animal Shelter
Sample job description for a marketing and graphic design coordinator from the Kansas City Pet Project.
Job Description: Graphic Design Intern – Animal Shelter
Sample job description for a graphic design intern from the Kansas City Pet Project.