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Digital Content & Media Producer

Date Added
10 May 2021
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Circa £20,000.00 per year
Job Specification
2021/2022 is a year of recovery and transition for TRP including the recruitment of a new Chief Executive to lead the charity from 2022. Our build-back responds to Arts Council England’s Let’s Create strategy that provides us with the opportunity to renew TRP’s vision and creative strategy in a way that is meaningful and relevant to our diverse communities. It’s an exciting time to join TRP in therefore, with the opportunity to influence and be a part of the changes these new strategies will create. 
The Digital Content & Media Producer is a new hands-on role that forms part of the Media & Communications team. The post holder will tell TRP’s story in new and compelling ways, helping us engage more deeply with communities and build the awareness of the impact our creative activity generates. 
Inclusion and Diversity 
We are committed to cultivating a culture of inclusion at TRP with a workforce, participants and audiences that reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. 
The collective power of each team member’s life experiences, knowledge, innovation, self-expression and talent creates the very best environment for us to achieve our ambitions and lead the sector.   
In recruiting for our team we recognise the unique contributions that you can bring in terms of education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, colour, religion, disability, sexual orientation and beliefs. 
The Role 
Principal responsibilities 
With the Media & Communications Manager, identify and prioritise TRP’s key messaging inline with the Communications Planner and organisational objectives 
Work closely with colleagues across the organisation and partners in other companies, create and produce content campaigns that delivers those key messages, motivating, inspiring and informing stakeholders, our audience and staff and the public 
Be comfortable using a professional camera and Adobe Creative Cloud to capture, edit and package content to a good quality standard 
Determine the right mix of written, photographic and video material to maximise the reach and impact of each story or campaign 
With the Marketing team, use your knowledge of SEO and social media channels to distribute content that builds our visibility and reach, introducing TRP to more communities in new ways, and showcasing our organisation as a leader within the creative sector 
Contribute to the development of TRP’s tone of voice and ensure all communications meet the requirements of our values and brand 
Evaluate and report on the success of campaigns and wrap learnings into future activity, making recommendations where applicable 
Monitor social media channels for additional advocacy and engagement opportunities 
Support the development and implementation of a TRP photographic archive/library and keep it up to date across all areas of TRP’s work 
Keep up to date with digital content trends and development and share knowledge across teams 
Assist in coordinating press night invitations and tickets 
Assisting in the organisation and execution of PR events, press visits and campaigns 
Show press co-ordination (getting press contacts for upcoming shows and press assets for shows, images, press releases, syndicated interviews etc.)
Application Details
Please read the full role information below and send us a response to it. You could create a video, write a blog post, or send us an audio recording – a creative response that gives us a great introduction to you, tells us about your experience and talent, and good sense of how you approach story-telling. 
Closing date for applications: midday, Thursday 17 June 2021 
Interview Date: w/c 21 June (via Zoom)       
Ideal start date: July 2021 
We’re here to talk! We’re available to speak to you before you make your application so, if you’re not quite sure if your skills match the role, want to talk about how flexible working could support you, or just check any of the details in this document, please do email us on with subject line ‘Digital Content & Media Producer’ to arrange a chat. 
Closing Date
17 June 2021
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