Digital Content Producer – Education Hub
14 December 2021
Following the receipt of a large grant, the purpose of the post is to, as a core part of the Bloomberg Digital Accelerator Programme project team, devise a content strategy and produce associated content for the Education Hub, in line with the Project Plan submitted to and approved by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
This role sits within the Marketing & Commercial team and will work closely with the Development Projects Manager, Education & Community Director and Head of Education & Community, and colleagues from the Marketing & Commercial team
Experience of working with senior members of staff to create assets
Experience of working in an education/participatory setting
Experience of working with funders
Experience in creating short-form marketing, engagement and educational content
Demonstrable creative thinker
Experience in managing film shoots
Experience of managing budgets
Ability to work on multiple briefs at the same time and manage time effectively across these
Proactive, confident and self-motivated
Flexible, adaptable approach and able to reprioritise work as necessary
Be able to take direction and respond with adaptability
Have a keen eye for detail and good communication skills
We understand that everyone is different and we want you to apply in whichever way you feel best shows your skills and experience. There are a range of ways that you can apply with us:
1. Sending a short video file of yourself (no longer than two minutes in length), detailing your experience, why you are applying for the role and what about working at The Old Vic interests you.
2. Sending a short audio file of yourself (no longer than two minutes in length), detailing your experience, why you are applying for the role and what about working at The Old Vic interests you.
3. Completing our application form.
4. Uploading your CV and covering letter, explaining why you are interested in the role and working at the Old Vic.
The Old Vic has made a commitment that all applicants with disabilities who meet the essential criteria for this job will be invited to interview.
All appointments are made subject to satisfactory references and proof of eligibility to work in the UK.
The recruitment process for this role will be two stages:
1st stage virtual conversation
2nd stage virtual conversation
You may be asked to complete a work based skills assessment or challenge.
The closing date for this role is 16 January 2022. Conversations are likely to take place w/c 17 January 2022.
We actively support and encourage people from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and skill sets to join us and help shape what we do. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people of the global majority, LGBTQ+, neurodiverse and disabled candidates.
We may take positive action, in cases where candidates are equally qualified, to increase the employment of under-represented groups at The Old Vic.
In the event that we ask you to attend the theatre for a conversation and you are struggling financially, we may be able to reimburse you for any reasonable travel costs.
16 January 2022