Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA)

Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA)

  • 26th September 2017
  • North West, Manchester
  • Part time
  • Paid (£15k-20k pro rata)
  • Hannah Hartley

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

4 days / 30 hours per week

12 months fixed term (with possibility of extension)

£18,000 pro rata

Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) is looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking Marketing and Communications Coordinator to develop and manage CFCCA’s marketing and communications strategy, encompassing devising marketing initiatives, PR and social media activity. The successful candidate will be responsible for producing content across traditional and new media to promote our work, driving visitor numbers and growing the public profile and reputation of CFCCA as well as supporting the development and implementation of an effective audience development strategy. The role will suit candidates with a minimum of 1 years’ experience in a marketing role within the arts and cultural sector looking to grow within our small but ambitious staff team. This is a new role within the organisation which we are recruiting for an initial 12 months with a view to extending into a permanent position if funding permits.

CFCCA has a diverse and rich 30 year history of supporting both national and international audiences and also local communities to understand more about Chinese contemporary art, culture and society. We create meaningful encounters between artists and audiences through a lively public programme of exhibitions, artist residencies, engagement projects and events both on site and in partnership with other cultural institutions.

CFCCA is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

For more information and to apply, please visit:

The deadline for applications is Tuesday 26 September 2017 at 10am.

Interviews will take place at Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art on Tuesday 3 October 2017.