Due to our current brilliant Producer moving on to another amazing role, we now have a vacancy for a Digital Engagement Producer who knows how to amplify creativity online, understands the issues facing people in the creative/cultural sectors and those living in Dundee, and can generate engaging original content to ensure communities are seen and heard.
The Digital Engagement Producer will work closely with the team to ensure our digital work complements and enhances initiatives such as Amps, Culture Collective, our Equalities and Inclusion work, Dundee’s Creative Industries Strategy, and other key projects. Equally important within this role is consciously platforming and supporting individuals from typically underrepresented communities.
As a small team, we rely on members who are confident leading their work independently, and who also enjoy closely collaborating with and supporting others. We greatly value individual skill sets; ideas will always be listened to and there is lots of scope and support to develop them into live projects/content.
Amongst other aspects, we are looking for someone with the following skills and attributes:
Here’s a flavour the Digital Engagement Producer role:
Digital Engagement Producer – Creative Dundee
You can find the full job description with details of how to apply here.
We want to ensure that our application process does not present any accessibility barriers to potential applicants. If we can provide any assistance to support you through this process (or if you want to discuss alternative ways to show your skills and relevant experience), please get in touch, details in the attached pack.
Salary range: £25,316 – £27,316. 4 day week (based on: £30,120 – £32,500 pro-rata) dependent upon relevant skills and experience.
Location: Dundee (working from home initially subject to restrictions)
Contract length: 18-month fixed term employed role (with the ambition to extend the role subject to funding).
Deadline: 9am, Monday 14 June 2021.
Header image from Local Heroes: a discussion about designing and making event. Photography by Holly May Wesley.
If you would like to support us in creating even better content, please consider joining or supporting our Amps Community.