20 Hours – 2 to 3 days a week.
3 month probation period with a view to extending to a fixed term contract.
£10 per hour
You’ll be working closely with our in-house graphic designer to create content for social media promoting the venue and our events.
This content must be trendy, specific to each platform. Avant- garde while respecting the editorial line of Kitchen street. Be able to report back findings and insights from each specific social media campaign and develop strategies accordingly to maximise reach and engagement. You will report directly to our In-house designer and Programme Lead.
Co-create images respecting the codes of Instagram, Facebook Photograph key scenery
Watch concerts to identify the sequences, moments for exploitation Optimize these video clips to develop reach and average viewing time Produce story formats (weekly agenda, backstage event)
Watch, be aware of competition.
Watch trends and their evolutions on all social networks.
Set up and manage a content production schedule for social networks in connection with the distribution schedule.
Develop, launch and manage new competitions and campaigns that promote 24 Kitchen St and our ethos.
Collaborative by nature and actively uses initiative
Rigorous, organized, PRECISE, adaptable.
Can multitask comfortably
Remains calm and has the ability to engage with a wide range of people.
EssentialAt least 2 years’ experience in a similar role
Being comfortable with editing software’s such as Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator
Excellent knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+ and other social media best practices
Excellent copy writing skills
Excellent communication skills
Good Photography skills
Good knowledge of social networks
Strong knowledge of contemporary music
Define most important social media KPIs
Experience with using digital advertising structures.
Has a track record of delivering marketing campaigns with evidence.
Please send your CV and cover letter giving us an insight of yourself to Jobs@24kitchenstreet.com. We would particularly love to hear from applicants who belong to intersections underrepresented in the arts, including but not limited to; working class, QTIBPoC and queer D/deaf and disabled folx.