Job advert: Digital Co-ordinator (Freelance) for the Money Matters! online January Campaign.

As part of the work for Money Matters! announced earlier this week, we are looking for a creative person with digital expertise to plan, prepare and deliver this online campaign. The target audience is leading arts organisations and venues. The project will be led by a lead consultant from Creative Advantage Fund (Helga Henry), and the Digital Co-ordinator will be supported by a project manager and research assistant who are already on board.

The role involves the following tasks:

  • Establish a campaign plan using the outcomes of the research phase; mapping best content to best platform and best time
  • Creating and translating research into appropriate content fit for the platforms (using simple, free tools like Canva or more sophisticated tools such as Adobe if you are comfortable to)
  • Co-ordinating the content and ensuring a high level of execution
  • Managing engagement of campaign including interaction and signalling to partner accounts
  • Working with amplifying partners and Arts Council to ensure messages is reaching desired target audience
  • Evolve the plan as needed with feedback from stakeholders
  • Monitor and report on analytics of engagement and campaign performance
  • Give stakeholders full visibility of the activity and its performance through regular updates and communications
  • Create online campaign archive and ensure this is distributed as the final phase of content sharing

The right person for the position will have experience of planning and delivering social media campaigns, creating visuals for digital content and a working knowledge of the arts world.

The work involves 24 days for a fee of £6,000 and will commence on 4th November the campaign is currently scheduled to be delivered over 10 days from January 10th.

More details available in the brief here.

Please download and complete the application form below and also send any supporting documentation to board@creativeadvantagefund.co.uk.

Deadline for applications Monday 1st November at noon.  Applications received after this time will not be considered.  We will acknowledge receipt of your application.

Interviews:  2nd or 4th November on Zoom – link to be provided if you are shortlisted.

We anticipate that this project will mostly be delivered remotely, some face to face meetings may be possible depending on your location and willingness to travel.

Thanks to Arts Council England for funding this project.