Closing Date: 20th February 2022
This job will entail developing adverts, content and graphics for TFT websites, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages to increase the online presence of the theatre company in general, as well as to advertise shows, events and brochures.
The position reports into the deputy artistic director. The candidate will be involved in collating graphics, photographs and text. They will have to liaise with show directors and possibly watch show rehearsals to get an idea as to how this marketing will be used.
We need an imaginative and exciting individual who is willing to work outside of the box to really create an impact for the company.
Most of the work will take place within our offices at the theatre in St Margarets Lane.
Essential skills, experience and qualifications:
Titchfield, PO14 4BG
25.00 hours per week (with the opportunity to increase this)
Hours would be flexible but ideally 10:00am until 2:00pm daily
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this role, please submit your CV and covering letter (no more than one side of A4). You will also need to speak to your Universal Credit work coach and ask to be referred to this role.
20th February 2022
TFT is a well respected community theatre company. It is the largest producing theatre in Europe. Producing over 30 shows per annum in house from within it’s 4 venues. It is a not for profit charity and attracts a broad age range to its membership and audience figures. It has a full constitution allowing its members to choose its officers. TFT do not charge a fee to join like other community groups and is solely funded through their own box office receipts and commercial activity.
Current active membership is over 400 with an audience mailing list of over 4000. The company employs professional Directors for its productions and owns its own technical equipment, seating, wardrobe and properties. The company does not rely on sponsorship, grants (either national or local) or donations to ensure it continues its activities. TFT is also the only fully green sustainable theatre in Europe with a carbon negative footprint. Our theatre is truly leading the way in sustainable arts not just in the UK but probably worldwide!