Social Media & Marketing Co-ordinator
Multistory is looking for a Social Media & Marketing Co-ordinator (part-time 1 day a week) to both produce creative content for our social media channels and develop campaigns for projects and activities across different types of media (print, radio, TV and online platforms). The role will support the implementation of an audience engagement plan to maintain and increase new audiences. It will be split between the design and delivery of our social media planner (weekly), and supporting the marketing, comms and PR campaigns for our activities which are project specific in accordance with planned delivery dates.
The successful candidate will be enthusiastic about, and have a proven track record in, marketing, comms, PR. We’re looking for someone who has an interest in the arts, who will take a creative approach to social media and is confident to build and maintain press and media relations.
Delivery will take place in a hybrid capacity, some remotely and some at the Multistory offices in West Bromwich Town Hall, when required.
Annual PAYE salary: £4,800 (prorated) for one day per week (we may consider a freelance arrangement subject to negotiations).
Start date: w/c 24 January 2022
Deadline to apply: 11 am on Monday 10 January, 2022
How to Apply
We encourage proposals from applicants regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, religion and/or belief, particularly from those with lived experience of inequality.
- A covering letter (no more than 2 A4 pages) with two references (or a sound recording or video of no more than 5 minutes), explaining why you feel you suit this role and what relevant skills, experience and interests you can bring.
- Your CV with two references, stating what your relationship is to Sandwell and/or the Black Country (if you have one). We will not contact references without your permission, and will only if you are offered the role.
- A completed monitoring form.
Download the job description and monitoring form:
Download the Monitoring Form here.