Marketing & Communications Assistant

Closing date 28 January 2023

A new permanent, part-time position in North East Fife.

This role is suitable for someone with a strong interest in digital communications & connecting with people through art & creativity.

This is an exciting time to join Forgan Arts Centre. We have much to share with our community, from major capital development plans for the estate, to innovative socially engaged projects, and a busy programme of art and craft classes and workshops. The Marketing & Communications Assistant role is key to sharing this growing programme of activity.

Job title: Marketing & Communications Assistant
Status: This is an employed position. Self employed status may be considered.
Salary: £21,000 pro rata 0.4FTE which is £8,400 per year.
Hours: 0.4FTE is 2 full days, 9am-5pm, or 16 hours per week. This role will include occasional evening/weekend working.
Flexibility: We support flexible working that fits with other personal and professional commitments.

Suitable Candidate:
This role is suitable for someone interested in and excited by communications, digital, and marketing. An interest in art, culture, craft, and the natural environment would be beneficial as most communications will involve these subjects.

If you’re interested in this role and would like more information, or would like to apply but feel there are barriers limiting your ability to do so, please get in touch with Jennifer White, Director, [email protected]. Conversations and questions about your application will not impact how it is assessed and will be confidential.

About Forgan Arts Centre:
Forgan Arts Centre is a home for artistic production, experimentation, and learning in North East Fife.

Originally established by members of the local community in 1974, for five decades we have been delivering creative learning in art and craft. In 2022, we moved premises to The Leng Home estate. Since then, we have presented a new programme of socially engaged projects, artist commissions, residencies, community activities and events with an expanding network of artists and partners, alongside our art and craft classes. We are specialists in ceramics, glass, painting, and textiles, as well as the foundational practice of observational drawing. Our new context means we are custodians of almost three acres of land and gardens. Drawing on the deep connections we have with our local community and our commitment to protecting the natural environment, we are cultivating a site that has people and the planet at its heart.

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