Membership & Marketing Administrator Vacancy
Our membership has doubled over the past year and the company is now looking for a Membership & Marketing Administrator to support the current core team.
The post-holder will most likely be at the early stages of their career, have experience of managing databases, using social media platforms, designing and distributing marketing materials, promoting and running events possess excellent design and IT skills and most importantly be passionate about supporting access to the creative industries.
Glasgow CAN is currently made up of a board of directors, the core staff team, freelance team members, The Bold Collective youth arts committee, and its membership of nearly 200 artists and organisations working in the city. The company provides a variety of programmes which supports and develops those working in the creative industries and those wishing to start a career in the arts.
The team now requires support with the creation of marketing materials, liaising with members, promoting opportunities, running events and enrolling new members. If you think that this could be you, please contact Hannah Glasgow CAN's Executive Director for an Application Pack; email firstname.lastname@example.org
The salary for the post is £18,500 pro-rata and the hours are 10 per week. This is a short term fixed contract until December 2019 with the hope that this could be extended funding dependent. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 17th July.
Glasgow CAN is an Equal Opportunities employer. All applications must complete an Equal Opportunities monitoring form along with the Application Form. Glasgow CAN does not discriminate on the grounds of gender identity, race, age or disability.
Professional Development Training and Networking Programme 2019
Glasgow CAN are supported through Creative Scotland to provide a bespoke professional development training and networking programme for creatives. Glasgow CAN is excited to provide a series of training and information sharing sessions happening monthly throughout 2019 which are artist or specialist led and geared specifically for those working in the Creative Industries in Scotland. There are thematic networking events called #CONNECT, monthly training workshops and one-to-one support surgery slots on offer.
All events take place at our base in Scottish Youth Theatre’s Building in the heart of the Merchant City in Glasgow unless otherwise specified.
Please visit our Tickets Ignite page to book places on any of our courses or events.
Professional Development Training Programme
Devising Theatre in The Community with Mark Traynor Thursday 18th July at The Women’s Library in Glasgow’s East End
Financial Sustainability for Arts Organisations Workshop with Giampiero Giacomel from Scottish Youth Theatre Thursday 22nd August at SYT
*September - December training workshops to be announced soon.
#CONNECT Networking Events
Freelancers #CONNECT Friday 26th July at The Women’s Library in Glasgow’s East End
*August - December #CONNECT dates and themes to be announced soon.
If you have a creative project or idea and would benefit from a one-to-one surgery with our Executive Director, please email email@example.com for a slot. Hannah holds monthly surgeries on a Wednesday from our office base to give artists a sounding board for planning and problem shooting. Hannah has over 14 years’ experience of designing, delivering, monitoring and evaluating participatory arts projects in Scotland. She studied Community Arts at the University of Strathclyde specialising in drama and dance and later completed her Theatre Practices MLitt at the University of Glasgow. Hannah is driven by helping seeds of ideas grow into successful projects.
Remaining 2019 dates;
Glasgow CAN would like to take this opportunity to thank Creative Scotland for their support with this strand of our work.