Palladium develops and delivers solutions that have positive impacts for communities, businesses, societies and economies. We serve as a catalyst for change.We help to transform lives and create enduring value by working with governments, corporations and non-profit organizations.Palladium is built on the idea that progress will be supported by four key pillars:• International Development• Strategy Execution Consulting• Impact Investment• Training and EventsWe catalyze impact through more than 100 current projects with more than 2000 employees operating in over 90 countries.Job Title:Online Content Producer Project Overview and RoleV4C Will Do This By Operating At Federal Level And In Four States (Kano, Kaduna, Lagos, Enugu) To Deliver Five OutputsVoices for Change (V4C) is a recently designed, UK Aid funded, four year programme running from October 2013 to December 2017. The goal of V4C is to help transform social attitudes towards girls and women in Nigeria by working on specific individual, social and institutional changes.Output 1: 120,000 Adolescent girls and women with improved life skills.Output 2: Community of 2.75 million people with improved knowledge and attitudes that challenges gender discrimination.Output 3: Key influencers, including 12,000 boys and men and 4,000 leaders, with improved skills and attitudes to girls and women.Output 4: Greater inclusion of girls and women?s issues in political and governance processes.Output 5: Improved use of evidence in policy and practice.V4C Will Achieve This ByV4C.s Vision is to be known and recognised for creating new ways to change behaviour, contributing to a Nigeria where every girl, boy, woman and man achieves their full potential. V4C.s Mission is to inspire a generation of new voices to speak up and speak out to empower young women to achieve their real potential.Creating space and opportunities for girls to grow.Getting the support of boys and men.Removing formal and informal barriers, orInfluencing behaviours and laws / behavioural and legal change in Nigeria.V4C Has 6 Core Values, And For V4C To Be a Success, Every V4C Team Member Is Expected To Embrace The Core Values As a Fundamental Part Of How They OperateInnovation and creativityInclusion and diversityModelling gender equalityWorking as one teamResults drivenListening to our audienceEffectiveness Of Every Team Member In 3 Core Competencies Is Fundamental To The Success Of ThisV4C recognises the need to work as a ground breaking, high performing team.CommunicationPlanning and OrganisingTechnological AwarnessThe content producer will be responsible for ideating, planning, writing and publishing high quality written content for the Purple website, an online community dedicated to changing gender based social norms in Nigeria. The website does this by providing content and features encouraging young people to reflect, discuss, learn about, get inspiration and take action on the topic of gender equality. The program, and therefore the website?s content, focuses particularly on the 3 pillars of VAWG, women in leadership and women in decision making.ResponsibilitiesKey ResponsibilitiesWorking collaboratively with the head of content, head of programme design, and social media teams to produce timely content plans which align with social media plansResearch and write content according to your content schedule to a high standard, following editorial guidelines & processesWork closely with expert advisors where applicable to ensure publication of accurate and reliable contentStay up to date with key trends and leverage them when coming up with contentSupport with copy writing for promotional campaignsPublish content on your site using an online Content Management SystemWork with community manager to review how users are reacting to and engaging with your content to inform how to improveManage quality, test published content and fix typos, broken linksContribute to improvement of Content Management System in collaboration with E1M User Experience Designer & developersContribute to development and growth of your community in collaboration with Community Manager, Head of Content, based on user feedback, competitor activity and key issues in field of youth, gender and culture in Nigeria.Key deliverablesTake the quality of the Purple content to the next level including:Making the issues at hand relatable, engaging, and relevant to up to the minute Nigeria trendsmaintain consistent formatting & content discovery standards which make content easy and enjoyable to read even on a small screenAdding more depth to the way we cover issues, getting to the bottom of the issues and coming up with original ways to engage users with them. This should include proactively working with expert partners.Develop a sustainable system to involve members of the target audience (Young people aged 16-25) in the ideation and creation of content, including crowdsourcing ideas and content (for example articles, videos or opinion pieces) or increasing the number of user polls on the site.