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04 Nov, 2022
Fixed term
$34,861 - $36,696 yearly
London Film School London, UK
This is a great opportunity for you to join the London Film School as a Communications and Events Manager. You will take responsibility for raising brand recognition and reputation through a variety of external facing events and communications via a creative programme. You will plan, execute, and manage a range of large-scale and smaller events within the designated LFS portfolio. You will also use your initiative to drive the brand forward in the media and support events that can benefit from media-facing communications in collaboration with colleagues. You will have expert knowledge of the screen industries and experience of leading screen industry events as well as experience of developing and delivering new ideas and processes. For further details about the role please visit our website   where you can download a copy of the job description, person specification, our application form and equal...
04 Nov, 2022
Full time
$35,000 - $40,000 yearly
Royal Academy of Dance Royal Academy of Dance, York Road, London, UK
£35,000 to £40,000 per annum dependent on experience Permanent | Full time | Monday to Friday (34.5 hours per week) Hybrid | Required to work onsite at our RAD Headquarters located at 188 York Road, London SW11 3JZ Great opportunity for a Press and Communications Manager working at our new state-of-the-art HQ The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is a global leader in dance education and training.  Our mission is to inspire the world to dance.  With a brand new purpose-built global headquarters in Wandsworth / Battersea, London, the RAD has a presence in 85 countries and 36 offices around the world. Established in 1920, the RAD was granted a Royal Charter in 1935.  The RAD is a registered charity, a higher education establishment and an awarding body. This is a great opportunity for an enthusiastic, proactive individual to join our successful marketing and communications team. In this integral role within the marketing and communications department, you...
04 Nov, 2022
Full time
$25,000 - $26,500 yearly
Southbank Centre Southbank Centre, London, UK
Our Brand and Design team are looking for an innovative Creative Artworker to join the team to deliver artwork and design solutions for briefed projects within the guidelines of Southbank Centre’s brand identity. Working closely with colleagues within the team, you will be part of delivering a flexible, responsive and client-focused design service, and will artwork and design a wide range of print and digital materials for the promotion of Southbank Centre and its activities. ​​​​​​​ Responsible for assisting in producing and preparing designs, adapting existing designs, and assisting in the creation of design solutions to briefed projects for Southbank Centre’s marketing material, as well as preparing digital images for use in a wide variety of formats, online and in print; the Creative Artworker will ensure that Southbank Centre’s visual identity is applied consistently and coherently across all designs, as well as contributing to its ongoing development.  With experience in a...
15 Sep, 2022
Part time
$40,000 - $45,000 yearly
Lancaster Priory
Salary:  Freelance fee: £9,100 (include all disbursements)  Location : Lancaster  Application deadline : Midnight 7th August, 2022 Interviews :10th August, 2022 Project delivery:  1st September, 2022 – end of June 2023   Facing the Past  is an arts/research programme to reflect, reveal and redress omissions in the way Lancaster has commemorated its role as the UK’s fourth largest slavery port. It receives funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Role: Through a collaborative process with Lancaster District Primary Schools, & as part of a wider cultural programme, the post holder will develop a child friendly Slavery Trail Tour to deliver to 53 schools. The post holder will also support teachers in establishing subsequent independent annual delivery. Key Responsibilities: Work with external stakeholders & colleagues Accompany 53 teachers on existing Slavery Trail tour  Work with 11 core teachers...