We’re seeking a creative communicator and content creator to help us raise the profile of our programme for young people and emerging creatives.
30 – 37 hours a week
Salary scale: £23,046 – £24,968 depending on experience (pro-rata for 30 hours)
The Digital Engagement and Social Media Coordinator will support the delivery of KWMC’s young people’s programme, Jump Studios, by raising the profile of work and participants with key stakeholders across the city and across a variety of social media. You will be in charge of our social media strategy and external voice.
For full details of this new and exciting position in Knowle West Media Centre please read the job description here.
How to apply
Please read through the job description and write a covering letter (maximum of one page A4) detailing your interest in the role and how you meet the person specification, giving tangible examples. We would also like you to complete one of the tasks set out below. You can present this task in any way you like – we are looking for a creative approach!
Task (please pick one to focus on)
– Plan a social media campaign looking for new musicians in Bristol to take part in a Sound Wave Retreat in July 2021.
– We are looking to engage young people aged 10 – 16 in our after-school programme, Maker City. Plan a social media strategy to recruit new young people.
Send your covering letter, completed task and your CV (maximum length two pages) to Dot Baker at email@example.com
Please also complete the anonymous monitoring form here.
We are particularly keen to hear from applicants from demographics currently under represented across the creative industries including, Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups, all women and disabled people.
Deadline for applications: 9am, Monday 14 December 2020
Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 December 2020
Start date: Monday 11 January 2021 (or as soon as possible)
KWMC Recruitment Process
We welcome and encourage applications from those currently underrepresented in our workforce and in the arts community; particularly working class people, people of colour, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people, and disabled people (as defined by the Equality Act 2010). We are committed to managing a fair and equitable recruitment process.
We guarantee an interview for anyone who identifies as one or more of the above and fulfils the minimum requirements of the role. If you would like this to be a consideration in your application, please indicate in your submission.
If you have any access needs that require you to submit your application in another format, please get in touch so we can help you find a suitable option. All applications will be assessed according to the same criteria and submitting in a different format will not affect your chances of being selected.
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