VACANCIES

Digital Content Creator

The Role

 

The Bomb Factory is seeking a part-time Digital Content Creator to join the team. They will develop content for our social channels, maintain and expand our online presence, produce graphics for advertisement, as well as work closely with the Bomb Factory’s programme and developmental team to support the day-to-day running of the Foundation.

 

The role offered is 16 hours per week across our 2 sites in London, and the Bomb Factory pays London Living Wage (£11.05/hour).

 

The BFAF strives to promote diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace, and we welcome applications from all who meet the minimum essential criteria in the description.

 

Duties

The post-holder's duties will include:

  • Developing content and maintaining our social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn

  • Designing posters and graphics

  • Copywriting / content development for webpage articles and email newsletters

  • Promoting our upcoming events, and developing our profiles, on relevant art websites including ArtRabbit, ArtConnect, Seb’s Art List, etc.

  • Sourcing new sites of advertisement both online and in print

  • Researching potential artists / collectives for exhibitions and events

  • Implementing strategies to grow our mailing list

  • Forming a working relationship with our resident artists across all sites

  • Day-to-day administrative duties and gallery support.

 

 

Essential Requirements

The ideal candidate should:

  • Be social-media savvy, understand how to grow and sustain a following and be proactive in developing content across social media platforms

  • Have experience of managing social media accounts

  • Have a solid, demonstrable knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud (particularly Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro)

  • Have a natural flair for graphic design

  • Have photographic / video-making abilities 

  • Have previous experience with website editing platforms (specifically Wix), with an understanding of SEO

  • Have an understanding and previous experience of using email marketing platforms (Mailchimp / Wix)

  • Have experience using post scheduling platforms (Later / Buffer)

  • Have an interest in the contemporary art scene, both in the UK and internationally

  • Be proactive and able to work independently.

 

All interested applicants should email their CV, a short covering letter and links to their work, where relevant, to kathryn@bombfactory.org.uk, with ‘Digital Content Creator’ in the subject line, no later than 10am on Friday 25th February 2022.

Media and Communications Trustee

The Role

 

The Bomb Factory Art Foundation Trustees are integral to the running of the organisation, offering advice, strategic support and practical task delivery to ensure the ongoing successes of the foundation. The Bomb Factory Art Foundation strives to promote diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace. We welcome applications from all who meet the minimum essential criteria in the description.

 

The Comms & Brand Trustee should be able to advise on:

• The Bomb Factory Art Foundation marketing strategies for the foundation’s ethos, exhibitions, events and

fundraising

• Communications to artists, audiences and key stakeholders

• Efficient means of communications management

• Maintaining and developing the foundation's brand both to audiences and the BFAF artist

community

 

All Trustees are required to:

• Act as an advocate for the Bomb Factory Art Foundation through their own and shared networks

• On occasion attend exhibition openings and major events as a Trustee

 

Requirements

The ideal candidate should:

• Have working experience of marketing or communications management and strategy for the arts or charity sector

• Have working experience of proof-reading and ensuring formal communications and materials adhere to brand guides

• Have working experience of brand management and development to reflect strategic goals

• Have working knowledge of fundraising principles and methods for digital first campaigns

• Have working knowledge of the contemporary art sector

• Have relatable knowledge or experience of the London creative arts scene

• Be willing to deliver as well as advise

• Be adaptable to new ways of working and willing to help where needed

 

Trustee meetings are Quarterly (1.5-2.0 hours), with occasional pinch points such as major exhibition launches when further support may be needed.

Fundraising Trustee

The Role

 

The Bomb Factory Art Foundation Trustees are integral to the running of the organisation, offering advice, strategic support and practical task delivery to ensure the ongoing successes of the foundation. The Bomb Factory Art Foundation strives to promote diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace. We welcome applications from all who meet the minimum essential criteria in the description.


The Fundraising Trustee should:


• Have a substantial background as a Fundraiser with a sound understanding and experience of charity fundraising at strategic and operational levels.
• Bring overall leadership and drive ensuring the development of the overall governance of the charity’s fundraising functions.
• Work closely with the marketing team and Director of The Bomb factory.

 

All Trustees are required to:


• Act as an advocate for the BFAF through their own and shared networks
• On occasion attend exhibition openings and major events as a Trustee

Requirements

The ideal candidate should:


• Ensure that there is the right breadth and depth of fundraising and communications
• Have access to the right networks, in order that the charity is in the best possible
position to develop and deliver high-quality strategies in fundraising
• Have relatable knowledge or experience of the London creative arts scene
• Be willing to deliver as well as advise
• Be adaptable to new ways of working and willing to help where needed

 

Trustee meetings are Quarterly (1.5-2.0 hours), with occasional pinch points such as major
exhibition launches when further support may be needed.