DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
BASE: The Playhouse, Derry.Londonderry
HOURS: 35 Hours
SALARY: £18,018 per annum (Fixed term for 3 years)
For this new role at their organisation, they imagine working with someone passionate about the opportunities offered by digital storytelling, and the ways it can be used to tell our community’s stories.
The Digital Communications Officer at The Playhouse will work with and be mentored by our Marketing Manager and wider team.
Responsible for developing content and copy across digital channels, videos, proposals, social networks and emails, the successful candidate should relish the opportunity to generate a stream of creative ideas online, working collaboratively with creative thinkers, artists and practitioners across all areas of The Playhouse’s work.
Some of the ways in which The Playhouse have used technology to bring narratives to life in ways that motivate, inspire and inform our audiences, participants, partners and community can be found below
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN 1972: VOICES FROM THE HEART OF THE TROUBLES
PROUD TO BE/ BEYOND THE LABELS OF ME
They also imagine working with someone who understands and believes in a cultural democracy, in the value of the arts as part of our everyday lives and as a force for good in the world. You can be part of the promotion of change and social justice, empowering and amplifying untold narratives. In this way, you will not only be in a position to develop a career in arts marketing, but at the leading edge of it.
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Please fill out the job application form outlining your suitability for the role, in particular paying attention to address the essential and (if applicable) desirable experience, skills and attributes. Please also fill out the confidential monitoring form.
Send both the application form and monitoring form to Áine McCarrron at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 24th May 2022 at 5pm.