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Digital Projects Lead, Fotonow CIC

  • 11th June 2020
  • South West
  • Part time
  • Paid (£20k-25k pro rata)
  • Other, Digital Media
  • Matthew Pontin


We are an innovative and inclusive social enterprise specialising in community-focussed photography and film projects. We have developed significant cultural projects over the past decade with people at the heart of our work. Being a social enterprise we use the profit that the company generates to support many communities and social causes which we share through our impact reporting. 

In the context of COVID-19 lockdown and anticipated ongoing social distancing measures, Fotonow, funded by an Arts Council England Emergency Grant, are looking to enhance our capabilities to deliver a wider range of our projects online and as digital outcomes. 

We are seeking an experienced professional to lead on the development of digital and online aspects of Fotonow community project work, supporting our wider delivery team and bringing energy and enthusiasm in enhancing the future of the company. 

The creative role will reimagine our websites to engage new audiences, and work with our project leads to integrate digital technology such as VR/AR into our community project work, bringing vibrant cutting-edge digital experiences across our outputs, developing new areas of work and engaging diverse audiences. 

We are also seeking to fully implement a recent company rebrand into our website and improve accessibility, performance and security. Therefore an ability to carry out ground up web development work is essential and to stay up-to-date with digital media developments.

Fotonow holds grant funding for a number of significant projects that were due to start in the ‘lockdown’ period, and which now need redesigning to make use of online delivery. 

We will require the individual to understand how social media can integrate with online project development, advocacy and develop a strategy for Fotonow’s digital presence. You will support the company with building better approaches and platforms to communicate (past and present) outcomes with our audiences, and to implement data protection and GDPR requirements. 

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