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Digital Creative Producer, Impressions Gallery

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Impressions Gallery, Bradford

Part-time position, three days per week.

£20,000 to £23,000 pro rata (depending on experience)

Fixed term for 12 months (funded by Art Fund Respond and reimagine Grant).

Impressions Gallery is a charity that helps people understand the world through photography. Established in 1972, we have grown to become one of the UK’s leading centres for photography.

The Digital Creative Producer is a new post and an exciting opportunity to take Impressions Gallery’s digital creative and engagement programmes and our digital marketing to the next level. You will work across all aspects of the charity’s work (curatorial, exhibitions, education & learning, visitor services, retail, fundraising, marketing) to coordinate and deliver Impressions Gallery’s digital programmes. You will produce high-quality, engaging and accessible content tailored for different platforms.

We are looking for a professional, highly organised, dynamic individual with a passion for digital. You will have up-to-date knowledge of digital trends, with an excellent understanding of digital and virtual audiences. You might not be from an arts background, but you will have a passion for photography, visual arts and contemporary culture.

For further information and details of how to apply please go to: https://www.impressions-gallery.com/opportunity/digital-creative-producer

Closing date: Friday 6 November at midday.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 19 November via Zoom.

We want our workforce to be representative of all sections of society. Disabled people and those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds are under-represented in the cultural sector, so we particularly encourage applications from people in these groups.

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