Application deadline: 09:00 31st August
Interviews: 9th & 10th September via Zoom
This is an exciting opportunity within Sound and Music’s Audience Engagement Team, providing temporary communications support across our digital platforms, communications channels and public-facing projects, working alongside the Communications and Sales Coordinator and other colleagues including the Audience and Insight Executive and Head of Digital and Audience Engagement.
The postholder will play a key role in assisting the Communications and Sales Coordinator in the successful delivery of our daily, public-facing, communications to maximise reach, engagement and impact with our varying audience segmentations including Curious Listeners, Young People, Educators and Composers. This will include assisting with creating engaging online copy and designing content for our multiple social media platforms, websites and newsletters, liaising with team members from varying departments to schedule and prioritise organisational announcements and identifying opportunities for advertising.
You will provide essential administrative support including managing email enquiries and inboxes, ensuring timely, relevant responses and dissemination to suitable team members.
This position will also assist with the operational running of The Sampler, our online events and editorial platform, that aims to bring together new music activity happening across the UK – from DIY nights for emerging composers, to livestreamed festivals from front rooms, to workshops, sound installations and experimental club nights – and in particular sales enquiries and promotion.
You will assist with digital developments, including trialling new social platforms such as such Tik Tok and support the creation of a new educational section (the ‘Music Alliance’) on our core website.
As a small and dynamic team, the postholder will have the opportunity to explore their specific areas of interest and support with projects including The British Music Collection and the Sound and Music Podcast, alongside gaining real-world experience and insight into working within an arts organisation.
You will be a creative and enthusiastic individual, looking for an opportunity to hone and develop your skills and passions.
Sound and Music is currently exploring a hybrid working model and it is envisaged that this role would be delivered remotely (online via zoom), although this can be reviewed with the successful candidate alongside access and technological requirements. We highly encourage applicants from outside of London.
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Sound and Music is an Equal Opportunities employer.