SOCIAL MEDIA/DIGITAL INTERN
DEADLINE: MONDAY 24 JULY MIDDAY
During this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe the company will be presenting The Last Queen of Scotland by Jaimini Jethwa, commissioned and supported by the National Theatre of Scotland and Dundee Rep. Part of madeinscotlandshowcase.com
We are seeking a Social Media/Digital Intern to support the play’s presentation during the Fringe through designing and implementing campaigns to deliver targets outlined in our marketing plan.
Do you have:
- Experience in designing and implementing targeted social media campaigns across a range of platforms including Facebook and Twitter?
- Experience developing campaigns using Google adwords?
- Experience of writing copy and creating content for social media platforms?
- Enthusiasm and a willingness to learn and develop your skills in any of the above areas?
- Ability to work independently (some out of office work will be required.)
- An interest in the work of Stellar Quines?
Stellar Quines is committed to promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds.
- £960 fixed fee 1st – 31st August 2017. P/T (3 days a week), flexible, freelance contract. Some non-office based working required.
- Line managed by the Producer
Informal interviews will be held in Edinburgh on 31 July with an immediate start Tues 1st August 2017.
To apply please send the following documents to rebecca @ stellarquines.co.uk
by midday Monday 24th July 2017.
- A current CV (max 2 pages, including referees)
- An accompanying letter describing why you are an appropriate candidate for the post
- EQUALITIES MONITORING FORM
- Please also tell us how you found out about the post
If you would like to have an informal chat about this internship please contact Rebecca Davis, company Producer at rebecca @ stellarquines.co.uk or 0131 229 3851.
This post is supported by Made in Scotland. Made in Scotland is a curated showcase of high quality performance from Scotland at the world’s largest arts festival, made possible by support from the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. It is a partnership between the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, the Federation of Scottish Theatre, the Scottish Music Centre and Creative Scotland.