Our RA Digital Team is looking for keen, enthusiastic, talented, and reliable volunteers to join the team for the remainder of the season and beyond. 

If you have experience writing articles, social media posts, graphics, newsletter curation, interviews, or even TikTok, the RA Digital team wants to hear from YOU!

Applicants will have the opportunity to learn and will be provided with support from the RA throughout the season. The team will meet via Zoom once a month to discuss plans, and the work that needs to be completed, ask questions, and discuss any ideas you may have.

Any applicant is expected to commit to completing a minimum of 4 hours a month of RA Digital work.

The RA Digital Team Application Requirements

Please ensure you meet the following requirements before completing and submitting your application form.


Current RA member for the 2022/23 season

Live in the United Kingdom

Good with working in a small team

Must be able to complete tasks at short notice

Must have experience of using Word and social media platforms.

Be able to commit to one Zoom meeting a month to discuss plans for each month.


A qualification and experience in working in the media 

Experience using Mailchimp

Experience in creating newsletters website articles.

Creating content to go on social media 

Experience in creating social media graphics   

For more information, please contact: Nathan Mattick (RA Digital Team Lead) on web@the-ra.org

Key dates:

Applications close on Sunday 5th February

Online Interviews via Zoom: Thursday 16th and Friday 17th February

Application outcomes announced: by Friday 24th February

The successful applicants will then virtually meet with Nathan Mattick (Digital Team Leader) for training and discuss plans going forward.

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