IMPACT TERRA is a fast growing start up technology company. We at IMPACT TERRA develop and implement mobile solutions for farmers, agribusinesses and other agricultural stakeholders. Our mission is to improve the livelihoods of rural population and improve food security and safety.
We use smartphones and our proprietary mobile app platform to support millions of farmers, retailers, and other users in their daily business and information requirements. As Myanmar is leapfrogging from no to full connectivity and 100% smartphone use, we believe we can have an incredible positive impact on the lives of millions of people. We work with NGOs, CSOs and other parties to provide users with the information they need.
Our Golden Paddy platform (“Shwe Thee Nhan”) provides users with an easy-to-use visual interface and real-time and targeted content such as weather forecast, input product prices, crop market prices, product information, farming best practices, news, risk announcements, financing and more.
Junior Social Media Executive
We are looking for a motivated, hard-working, social and structured Social Media Executive. As our Social Media Executive you will be responsible for ensuring high quality content in both the Burmese & English language on our social media channels such as Facebook and Instagram. Your tasks consist of finding, creating, sharing and translating interesting and unique types of content for our social media channels. Additionally you will need to strategically distribute this content in all the relevant social media groups & pages. All content needs to be in Zawgyi, Unicode & English. Finally you might be asked to translate and interpret on regular field and business trips between our staff and partners.
Based on performance of yourself and the company, your responsibilities will be increased to optimizing online advertising strategies and setting out other potential online social channels for our company.
Hard Skills & Experiences
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