As part of the ongoing development of OutdoorArtsUK, the Communications Manager is instrumental in the visibility of the organisation, driving engagement initiatives and seeking new opportunities.

  • You will work on the ongoing development and daily implementation of communication and marketing strategies, ensuring their integration into all areas of OutdoorArtsUK’s work; this includes the production of communication plans, copy, print materials, advertising, website content and social media marketing, e-communications and campaigns.
  • You will work on the ongoing communications strategy for the organisation, building on the positives, driving forward the implementation and taking advantage of new technologies and opportunities.
  • Working alongside the Director and General Manager, you will be working within a budget and make spending decisions to ensure the best return for OutdoorArtsUK.
  • You’ll be Social Media savvy and full of creative ideas for communication with our membership and the general public. And you’ll enjoy tweeting from a muddy field, a city carnival or busy high street.
  • We’re looking for someone to join the team and work specifically on delivering our communications programme and help keep OAUK visible, engaging, informed and relevant.
  • This is an opportunity to work with an organisation and a sector that is growing and developing and at the heart of cultural life of the UK.
  • This is a three-day per week role, so may suit someone working on other projects and in other areas.

Post: Communications Manager

  • Terms: Part time: 3 days /week (21 hours /week), which may include weekend and evening work
  • Salary: £28,000 pro rata (equates to £16,800 annually on 21 hours /week)
  • Based at: 54 Chalton Street, Euston, SW11 3RF
  • Responsible to: Director
  • Working with: Director, General Manager + Board, Freelance staff and Freelance consultants
  • Hours: Office hours: 10:00 to 18:00, with 1 hour for lunch. Hours will include weekends and evening work as needed to meet the demands of the festival programming. Some additional hours may be required at specific project delivery times, and there will be a requirement to travel nationally and possibly internationally. We’re happy to discuss working remotely when appropriate.
  • Holidays: 17 days leave per year which includes statutory bank holidays. Time off in lieu will be allotted for additional days, but no overtime is payable.
  • Probation Period: Three months, ratification in post pending appraisal
  • Notice Period: One month

How to apply

Deadline for applications is Tuesday 4 October 2022.

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