CARAD - Digital Project Officer wanted
CARAD, Community Arts Rhayader And District is an Arts and Heritage charity who also
run Rhayader Museum and Gallery.
We are volunteer led supported by part time Administrator and Finance Officers.
The successful applicant for this post will be an enthusiastic, flexible, digitally literate person who is an experienced community project worker. Good communicationsskills are essential as you will be working with and recruiting volunteers and participants for the projects.
You will be responsible for delivering a range of activities to help us meet CARAD’s charitable aims. This will include working with the team to design, deliver, film and upload projects, manage a budget and complete
mid term and end of project reports.
You will also support the Administrator and Directors in managing web and social media content.
- Short term 6 month contract from: October 12th 2020 – March 26th 2021
- 21 hours per week, £23,000 pro rata
- Location: Rhayader Museum and Gallery plus some home working.
Interview date (held if possible at Rhayader Museum and Gallery) in line with Corona virus regulations on Tuesday 6th October.
We will endeavour to contact you by email if you have not been successful within two weeks.
Please see carad.org.uk for a full job description and person specification.
Please send your CV and a covering letter of not more than 1000 words which highlights how you meet the person specifications by closing date:
29th September 2020, to all(at)carad.org.uk
Units 1+2, East Street, Rhayader, Powys, LD6 5ER Charity no: 1073317