CAST in Doncaster Deadline for Applications: 20 May 2022 Interview Date: 16 May 2022 Salary: £10,949 (21 hours)
At Cast we believe in the creative potential of every individual and the transformative power of engagement with the arts. Cast’s work will enrich lives and inspire the people of Doncaster and the wider region, contributing to vibrant and creative communities.
The successful applicant will be interested in the arts and culture and understand the important role it plays in the promotion of health and wellbeing. With a proven ability to work in a team, strong communication and office skills, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with the team across communications campaigns with a digital first approach. Training will be given across Spektrix, Umbraco, email campaign building and Google Analytics.
The successful candidate will work within the Marketing and Development team and promote Cast’s activity from across the organisation including fundraising, participation and artist development, ensuring that messaging reaches the widest range of potential audiences from Doncaster and beyond.
Cast strives to be an inclusive organisation, open and welcoming to everyone. If you have the relevant skills and experience for the role and would like to work at a vibrant and ambitious theatre at the heart of the Doncaster, we’d love to hear from you.
Marketing and Communications Assistant
Hours Per Week 21 hours
Closing Date Applications by Monday 16 May, 10.00am
Interviews Friday 20 May 2022
THINK THIS ROLE IS FOR YOU?
If you feel you have the right skills and experience to join our team, then apply now using
our online application form at www.dclt.co.uk/jobs
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