Date Added: 18 October 2019
: 11 November 2019
Job Title: Communications Officer
Working For: Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM)
Salary: Circa £25,000 depending on experience
Are you a dynamic Communications professional who wants to make a vital contribution to the music sector?
This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and proactive Communications professional to join the ISM, the leading professional body for musicians with close on 10,000 members.
Supporting the Senior Communications and Public Affairs Manager in a busy communications function you will cover a diverse and exciting remit. You will be proficient in using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat amongst other social media platforms with a passion and skill for identifying the latest trends and technologies to promote the work of the ISM. You will have plenty of new and exciting ideas to drive press and social media engagement across a number of business areas together with strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to write for different audiences.
A team player, you will thrive on going the extra mile and working in a fast-paced creative environment where the ability to multitask and work collaboratively is vital. You will have a high degree of professionalism with excellent interpersonal skills and great attention to detail.
You will be joining a professional staff team based in Bayswater, London where the emphasis is on good communication and team work.
For further information, including the complete job description, please visit https://www.ism.org/about/vacancies
Closing Date: 11 November 2019
The deadline for receipt of applications is 9.00 a.m on the closing date. Interviews will be held during the following two weeks after the closing date with a start date to be confirmed.
For an informal discussion about this post please contact Francesca Treadaway on 020 7313 9312.
To apply please send a full CV and covering letter saying why you are the person for the job to firstname.lastname@example.org
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