We are looking for a self-starting Communications and Project Co-ordinator to deliver our communications activities including marketing and public relations, and to support our project delivery including leading on some small projects. The Communications and Project Coordinator will work with the Project Director and the Producer and Community Engagement Manager to support Seed’s artistic and strategic visions working closely with community hubs and associates, Consortium members, artistic mentors, organisations, voluntary groups, artists and other stakeholders and partners to fulfil the aims and objectives of Creative People and Places.
To succeed in this role, you should have experience in strategic communications and marketing, excellent data management, time management and communication skills, as well as a collaborative way of working. You will also share our values of sustainability, empowerment, excellence and diversity, including our commitment to minimise our carbon footprint in delivering our activities.
You will be employed by Seed Sedgemoor, and be based at the Engine Room Bridgwater, with flexible working conditions including partial working remotely (both in the field as required and if desired, from home). Weekend and evening work will be required with TOIL available. The position is offered on a 35 hour per week, two-year contract to coincide with current ACE funding to April 2025. A salary of £25,480 p.a. is offered.
Applications in writing (covering letter responding to the criteria listed in the person specification, CV and completed equal opportunities monitoring form) – see https://www.seedsedgemoor.com/vacancies/ to download) addressed to Scott O’Hara, Director Seed, must be submitted by 9am Monday 22nd May 2023 by an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Communications and Project Co-ordinator’ in the subject line.
After initial assessment, we will notify short listed candidates on Thursday 25th May 2023. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 30th May 2023.
We particularly welcome applications from disabled and BME applicants. The successful applicant will require a satisfactory enhanced DBS check.