This is an exciting opportunity to support the Programming Manager with the scheduling, logistics and delivery of the programme; the delivery of a digital marketing campaign across all digital outlets including website and social media and the collec-tion; recording of audience and artist feedback and coordination of a team of volun-teers.
Essential skills and requirements:
• Research – This could include internet research, making calls, conducting face to face interviews, visiting sites.
• Planning – We’d like to see that you can organise your-self and other people well in line with deadlines, that you can plan and prioritise and that you can work well under pressure, particularly in the lead up to an event.
• Communications – You’ll need to be a people person who is comfortable talking to a range of people in per-son, on the phone and via email and can build good pro-fessional relationships with people.
• IT/digital- A good level of IT/digital competency. We’d like you to be comfortable using Microsoft Word and Excel and to know your way around social media.
• Working as a team – You should be able to both work collaboratively as part of a team but also be able to work independently to agreed objectives.
• Creativity & innovation – You’re an ideas person, crea-tive and interested. You like finding solutions to problems and you interested in trying new things out and testing ideas.
25 hours. Various but will include some evening and weekends.
Hourly rate of pay:
Minimum wage plus 10%.
Job placement location: