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Digital Storytelling Officer, SCAN
We’re seeking a natural storyteller who can put together great content for our socials and e-newsletter to maintain and grow our audience online, and who can work with our team to come up with great ideas to keep things fresh.
The job is three days a week, fixed-term until the end of March 31, 2021.
To create great content across our channels to grow our community and strengthen SCAN’s voice in the digital sphere.
To monitor the effectiveness of our digital output and suggest new ways of growing our community based on available analytics.
To work with the team to identify new ways to improve our reach both in the UK and internationally, helping to advocate for and champion the rich, diverse and exciting contemporary art scene in Scotland
Working closely with the Membership and Communications Lead, your key responsibilities will be to:
• Create and schedule our social media posts, monitoring response and building our social community through a range of channels
• Write engaging, targeted content for SCAN’s website and newsletter
• Identify opportunities for growth among differing audiences
• Monitor our analytics and produce quarterly reports on reach and engagement
£19,000 – £21,000 pro rata subject to skills and experience
3 days per week, days and hours are flexible and to be agreed with SCAN. Flexible working is required with occasional evening and weekend work. Some travel may also be required. No over time is paid but time off in lieu is offered for full days worked.
28 days plus public holidays (pro rata)
The SCAN team is currently working from home and will be returning to office work on flexible basis, with a continued emphasis on home working where possible. Normally our team is based at SCAN’s office in central Glasgow, Scotland. SCAN’s office is fully accessible for wheelchair users.
Deadline for applications:
Monday 20 July, 12 noon
We welcome and encourage applications from all sections of the community.
The job pack and diversity monitoring form can be downloaded from the links below.