Communications and Project Manager (England's Creative Coast)
We are seeking a Communications and Project Manager (England’s Creative Coast) for a 1 Year Fixed Term Contract.
Primarily, this role will be dedicated to the delivery of England’s Creative Coast (ECC), an ambitious project led by Turner Contemporary to drive cultural tourism across the south east. As the project moves into delivery phase, the focus will be providing project management for the whole project and particularly on the management of the communications and marketing campaign in the delivery phase. The aim of ECC, revised in the light of Covid-19, is:
To be a key component of the visitor economy recovery for the region, contributing significantly to rebuilding visitor numbers and encouraging tourists to return to England’s Creative Coast in the South East (Essex, Kent and East Sussex), by creating an innovative and immersive new visitor experience driven by the region’s exceptional art and culture.
The revised objectives are to:
- Help rebuild domestic visitor numbers to the South East visitor economy
- Inspire visitors to lengthen their stay and local people to explore their town/region
- Create a partnership across cultural and tourism networks in Essex, Kent and East Sussex
- Develop the information and knowledge core through research, training and shared learning
From December 2020 to May 2021 you will work 3 days per week on ECC. From June 2021 to December 2021, you will work approximately 2.5 days per month to oversee the project’s reporting and evaluation and complete the final claims for outstanding funding on project completion
For the remaining days you will work as part of Turner Contemporary’s Communications team. You will work to ensure that England’s Creative Coast is embedded within the wider organisational communications strategy for the 10th Anniversary Year as well as managing other key communications campaigns during this period.
The gallery is keen to attract staff from backgrounds that are under-represented in the organisation. Applicants who can demonstrate lived experience of diversity and/or understanding of the issues most affecting our community are particularly welcome.
Download the detailed job description and the application form below. We do not accept CVs.
Deadline for applications: Wednesday 28 October 2020
Interviews to be held virtually: Thursday 5 November 2020
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