Salary: GBP Flexible 2.5 days per week, salary £14,400 pro rata (£28,800 FTE)
Application Deadline: April 28, 2019 11:59 pm
Company: Diverse City
Diverse City is looking for a tech-savvy Communications Manager, who combines a love of digital, data and analytics with the creativity and imagination to lead an exciting Communications strategy.
Location: Flexible – regular co-work in Bristol with option to work from home office or co-workspace depending on location. (Travel within the South West and London required.)
Working days/Salary: Flexible 2.5 days per week, salary £14,400 pro rata (£28,800 FTE).
Pension: Pension scheme enrolment after 3 months continuous employment and successful 3-month probationary period.
Contract: Part-time, fixed-term 12 months. Option to renew at 9 months.
Application Deadline: Sunday 28th April 2019
Interviews: Week commencing 6th May 2019, in Bristol.
Start Date: May/June 2019
Diverse City is led by a team of passionate optimists, who believe everyone should have a home in the performing arts.
Our dream is a world where all identities are respected and valued. Our purpose is to make great art for, with and by everybody, with extraordinary shows that represent the world as it actually is. Our mission is to change attitudes and access to who leads, makes and sees great art. We want to transform the lives of performers, audiences and communities.
In partnership with Cirque Bijou we run Extraordinary Bodies, the UK’s leading integrated professional circus company. Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists (EBYA) is our youth theatre and training company, based at Lighthouse Poole.
Diverse City is a charity registered in Dorset where the majority of our team is based, (in Poole, Swanage and Bridport). We are committed to flexible and inclusive working practices and the wider team works remotely across the South West in Bristol, Gloucestershire, Brighton and London. We tour our work regionally, nationally and internationally.
You’re forward thinking, creative and all about strategy, planning and making things happen. You’re also flexible, adaptable and you have plenty of patience for systems and processes of a remote working team. You love data – and you love informing and energising those who maybe don’t! You’re up to scratch on all the latest analytics tools and enjoy pulling reports together to help us learn and guide our strategic thinking. You’re happy to work at a high level of autonomy but also enjoy collaborating with others.
You’re responsible for developing and implementing Diverse City’s communications strategy in line with our business plan, and in collaboration with Diverse City artistic teams and Communications & Marketing Hub . This includes driving marketing for shows, our youth company EBYA and training & events. You contribute to business plan updates and you manage a small core-marketing budget. With your keen eye for detail, you oversee our website and protect Diverse City’s brand across online and print formats.
How to Apply
Download the job description, or view the full details on our website: www.diversecity.org.uk/communications-manager/