Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week

Location: Durham (we will consider applicants who combine homeworking with visits to Durham as required)

Salary: £25k per annum

The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB) - the UK’s most exciting, innovative and accessible organisation for young choral singers - is seeking a creative, energetic and motivated individual, with strong digital communications skills and a broad range of wider marketing and PR experience, to take up the new position of Communications and Digital Content Co-ordinator.

Our ideal candidate will be open, curious, practically minded and able to work well across the organisation, understanding how their work contributes to NYCGB’s overall success. You’ll love working with digital media, have a strong grasp of analytics and will be keen to keep up with the latest digital trends. You’ll have a keen eye for detail whilst being able to dream up innovative and creative ideas to engage existing and new audiences, will be passionate about what NYCGB does and committed to promoting and embedding equality, inclusivity and diversity across all our work.

NYCGB creates and promotes a culture of belonging within the organisation and the wider music sector, where differences are respected and valued, dignity, equality, inclusion and diversity are promoted, and everyone is encouraged and supported to maximise their true potential.

We are champions of inclusivity, value all voices and welcome applications community wide and from across the UK. We particularly encourage people who are from groups currently underrepresented in our workforce to apply. This includes candidates from Black, Asian and other ethnically diverse backgrounds, or those who identify as D/deaf or disabled.

The successful candidate will play a key role in developing, creating and distributing NYCGB’s digital content and communications, finding innovative ways to communicate about all areas of our work, to inspire and engage audiences, developing and building new relationships and increasing our impact. This role will significantly contribute to the delivery of NYCGB’s Communications, Audience Development and Digital Strategies, supporting a strong and cohesive brand, growing and developing audiences, strengthening our engagement with others and raising the profile of NYCGB and its work.

To Apply

Please download and complete the application form and an equal opportunities monitoring forms and email them to [email protected] with the job title in the email header.

Click here to download the application pack

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For informal enquires contact: [email protected]

Application deadline: Monday 9 August 2021, 5:00pm

Shortlisted candidates notified by: Friday 13 August 2021

Interviews will be held week commencing: Tuesday 17 August 2021