10th November 2020
Arts&Heritage are looking to recruit a Digital Producer on a fixed term basis.
£5,000 Fee plus VAT from December – March 2021
This is a new post funded by a bid to Art Fund’s curatorial network’s funding. The role is in response to the revised needs of the sector in light of the current Covid epidemic. The focus of the role is to support the Executive Director and the A&H team to devise, build and promote a new digital platform containing resources and materials to support and inspire established and emerging curators to commission contemporary artwork at heritage sites and museums.
This is an important role in the development of the Company, working across the A&H team to support an ambitious yet central project for the organisation.
Key Tasks / Duties and Responsibilities
Deliver Arts&Heritage’s new online platform
- Project manage the creation of the online infrastructure, being the main point of contact between A&H and TAC design – the web developers.
- Support the creation of engaging assets that respond to the changing needs of the heritage sector, working with the A&H team to deliver online ambitions, acting as an expert voice on all things digital within the organisation and coordinating activity.
- Create a user kind for Arts&Heritage Team to support the creation of future content
- Collate and edit high-quality and engaging content, ensuring a consistent style and tone of voice
- Edit content from others (including from third parties) to ensure consistent editorial tone of voice across the platform
- Work with colleagues to ensure the site is creative, engaging and meeting objectives
Marketing of online resources
- Create and role out a marketing campaign about the online resources to a broader range of organisations and individuals that may benefit from access to the platform
Statistics and reporting
- Develop objectives and KPIs for engagement, measuring success and testing new ways of communicating with audiences
- Generate monthly usage reports when necessary
- Keep abreast of developments in digital communications and evaluate our own digital capabilities, using both to advise on methods to improve and extend the impact of A&H.
- To undertake any other duties as appropriate within the competence level and general level of responsibility of the post as required by the Executive Director.
- To give advice on future Arts&Heritage digital initiatives intended to support the wider curatorial sector.
Arts&Heritage is committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity. We would particularly like to hear from candidates who may not have a background in the arts and believe they have transferable skills relevant to the post.
Please submit: a covering letter responding to the person specification and outlining your experience undertaking the key duties and responsibilities below and your CV to [email protected] On submission you will be sent an Equal Opportunities monitoring form to complete.
Deadline for applications: 5pm, Monday 30th November 2020
Interviews via Zoom: Thursday 3rd December