[Job] UK Imgng & Oncol Conf, PR services #scicomm jobs

UK Imaging and Oncology Conference (UKIO)
PR Services
Unknown salary, unknown closing date

Conference is in Liverpool but not sure where you have to be to do this…

“Looking to recruit a PR/Comms freelancer or small agency to provide PR services for a large medical/science conference”

PDF rfp – press pr for ukio 2019 final, text below

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Press & PR services for UKIO Congress 2019

Product information and context

The United Kingdom Imaging & Oncology Congress (UKIO) is the permanent amalgamation of two well-known conferences – the UK Radiological Congress (UKRC) and the UK Radiation Oncology Conference (UKRO). 2019 will be the first year that this unified event will run as UKIO.

The Congress is organised by ROC, (Radiology Oncology Congresses) a charitable partnership of the British Institute of Radiology, The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine and The College of Radiographers. Profile Productions are the current professional congress organisers.

This annual event consists of a three-day multidisciplinary scientific congress and technical exhibition which run simultaneously in one location. The event is aimed at all those involved in the field of radiological science and radiation oncology and attracts over 2,000 attendees. The 2019 congress is taking place on Monday 10 – Wednesday 12 June 2019 at the ACC and ECL Liverpool.

The 2019 theme is Personalise & Humanise. The scientific programme, that promises to be both innovative and varied will create a true multidisciplinary congress, covering the widest range of topics. A very strong team of Vice Presidents and programme committee members guided by UKIO President, Dr Julian Kabala, are working to create a challenging education programme including a number of plenary sessions and debates.

The scientific programme is comprised of themed streams:

• Clinical.
• Radiotherapy & oncology.
• Research; workforce & education; policy and QI.
• Imaging technologies and informatics.
• Proffered papers.

The congress will include a wide range of topics, from current procedures to advances and new technologies, from clinical applications to management challenges.

For further information about the event, please visit www.ukio.org.uk.

Business objective

The Congress is the biggest event on imaging and oncology in the UK, and the must-attend event of the year for the multi-disciplinary team working in the field of radiological science and radiation oncology. Specifically, it aims to:

• Offer a forum for high quality education and professional development.
• Provide a platform for the presentation of cutting-edge research and innovation.
• Showcase latest innovations in industry.
• Influence government and decision-makers.
• Educate and provide information and news from the imaging and radiotherapy field to the general public.

Communications/PR objective

ROC is currently looking for Press and PR services for the 2019 congress – starting in January 2019 through to post-event reporting in July. As this is an annual event there is potential for a long-term contract after the first year. The PR work will sit alongside an existing marketing campaign of email and postal campaigns, social media, print and digital advertising, promotion at other events, Facebook ads, SEO.
The PR objective is to:

The PR objective is to:

• Lift the overall profile of the event.
• Improve visibility of the event to the existing audience, particularly bearing in mind that it has a new identity, name and brand that the existing audience may not immediately recognise.
• Create awareness of the event amongst other related healthcare organisations.
• Raise awareness amongst the general public of imaging and radiotherapy.
• Generate media coverage in the medical/healthcare and consumer press.

Who do we need to engage?

The PR campaign will need to:

– reinforce visibility with Current audiences, including:

• Past delegates of UKRC and UKRO.
• New delegates.
• Committee members and programme leads.
• Presidents/Officers of the three societies (BIR, IPEM and SCOR)
• Members of the BIR, IPEM and SCOR.
• Industry/exhibitors.
• Existing press links

– reach and expand into new audiences, such as:

• Other related healthcare societies.
• Health management sector and press
• Scientific and specialist computer applications sector and press
• Medical and scientific researchers
• Healthcare/medical press.
• Healthcare/scientific correspondents of mainstream media.

Scope of work

We envisage the scope of services needed to include:

Press:

• Develop and expand the existing list of journalists in the diagnostic imaging and clinical oncology / radiotherapy sectors (national and international) and nurture relationships.
• Build a list of healthcare/scientific correspondents in the mainstream media and nurture relationships.
• Work with Profile Productions and UKIO leads (president/section leads and marketing group) to identify key stories based on specific programme themes or key speakers.
• Interview key speakers and protagonists.
• Generate press releases (1-2 per month) aimed at different audiences and be responsible for sell-ins to journalists.
• Manage involvement of Congress stakeholders / spokespersons with the press – including writing briefing documents, providing key messages to deliver etc.
• Work with industry/exhibitors to identify and support key stories and major announcements to be made at UKIO.
• Manage press accreditation for Congress – own the media invitations and manage the media guestlist.
• Support a press office onsite at the Congress.
• Generate onsite press materials and stories (including working with the marketing team of exhibitors where appropriate).

Digital and social media:

• Integrate online and other PR activities within the online marketing plan.
• Build online exploitation into all campaign ideas.
• Produce and help deliver a social media strategy.
• Work with key Congress stakeholders (committee, speakers, the three societies, partners, exhibitors) to integrate the Congress into their social media presence.
• Manage Congress social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram).
• Write all social media copy.
• Link press releases to social media stories.
• Manage the Congress social media accounts onsite.

Assets:

• Brief photographer.

Reporting:

• Provide timely reports on PR activities throughout the planning process.
• Produce follow-up press releases post-Congress (e.g. on outcomes of debates, success of the conference etc).
• Gather feedback from journalists on the Congress.
• Produce a post-event report of event coverage for ROC.

 

Other:

• Liaise with the three societies – BIR, IPEM and SCOR – on focused PR for their members.
• Manage all reactive enquiries.

Measurement

• Press releases produced.
• Press coverage generated (in both healthcare/medical press and mainstream press).
• Social media engagement – pre-event and onsite.

Timings

We are looking to secure services ASAP, to run through the planning and marketing period of the conference to onsite in June and post-event reporting in July.

Enquiries and proposals

Proposals should be made in writing and emailed to julie.churchill@profileproductions.co.uk.

For any further information, please contact sue.elcock@profileproductions.co.uk or julie.churchill@profileproductions.co.uk.

 

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[Job][Germany] Max Planck Inst Marine Microbiol, PR person wanted, clos 31 Jan 2019

Max-Planck-Institut für Marine Mikrobiologie
Mitarbeiter in der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology

Public relations employee
Close 31 Jan 2019, salary details unknown

The text below is a Google Translate-derived translation of the actual job advert [note that the link will fade over time] which is in German. This is the link [which will also fade] to the English translation. The text below will last for however long this website lasts 🙂

At the bottom of the original advert the online application button is on the right.

The text below has not been changed from Google Translate’s translation.


The Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology is a research institute of the Max Planck Society. It was founded in 1992 in the state of Bremen and employs around 200 people. In close cooperation with numerous university and non-university research institutions, we explore the diversity and function of microorganisms in the ocean and their interactions with their environment. Researchers from all over the world, engineers, technicians and administrative staff together make an important contribution to global marine and environmental research.

We are looking for the next possible date one

Employee in public relations m / w / d (Full-time)

These are your main areas of activity:

  • They independently and creatively arrange the work and direction of the press and public relations in consultation with their colleagues.
  • Together with the other employees of the press and public relations department they develop new communication strategies and measures.
  • They place our work in the media, answer press inquiries and maintain contacts with journalists and the media.
  • They represent our institute externally and internally, for example in relevant committees and at events.
  • They present our research using visual media, for example, creating science videos and other modern formats of science communication.
  • They look after our website and our presence in the social media.
  • They organize and supervise visits to institutes, events and exhibitions, possibly also on weekends.

Your skills:

  • Prerequisite is a successfully completed study in a natural science and / or communications science subject (preferably biosciences / geosciences, possibly with a doctorate)
  • Several years of professional experience in the field of science communication
  • Good knowledge of the regional and national scientific landscape
  • Good networking in the regional and national media
  • Comprehensive knowledge in the field of video / visual media and photography
  • Very good German and English knowledge in spoken and written
  • Strong teamwork and very good communication skills
  • Intercultural competence as well as customer and service oriented thinking and acting
  • Independent, structured and efficient way of working
  • Safe handling of relevant Apple and MS Office tools, Internet and social media

We offer a responsible and varied work in a growing interdisciplinary and international research institute, a pleasant, collegial working environment and a modern workplace. A wide range of individual training opportunities is also at your disposal. The position is initially limited to two years, a takeover in an indefinite employment relationship is sought. Remuneration is based on the collective agreement of the public service TVöD (federal government).

Have we piqued your interest?
Then we look forward to your meaningful application until 31.01.2019 . Applications to this position are made exclusively through our online application portal accepted.

The Max Planck Society endeavors to employ more severely handicapped people. Applications of severely disabled persons are expressly desired.

We look forward to receiving your application!

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Types of science communication jobs – a list

Cross-posted to my Stuff that occurs to me blog (the version below is the more up to date)

Prospects.ac.uk is a website with a listing of the types of jobs associated with a particular degree / discipline, full list here https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-advice/what-can-i-do-with-my-degree/

Some examples

The biology one does mention ‘science writer‘ as an option but largely focuses on continuing to be a scientist – I didn’t find much on the site promoting jobs in science communication. Pinching the list idea of job types from Prospect and the idea of the range of different scicomm sectors from myself I’ve come up with a starter-list of types of things science communicators might do.

Perhaps you’ll be reading this and going “oh for heaven’s sake she’s forgotten X”, hopefully you’ll tell me 🙂 @JoBrodie


How can I be a science communicator?

People often need or want access to technically precise information without necessarily having the background knowledge to make the most of it. Science communicators can help non-specialists engage with and make sense of complex information. They work in a range of jobs including science or medical writing, museums and science centres, health charities and in government.

There’s a lot of overlap among the different sectors mentioned below – you could also divide jobs into those where you communicate face to face, by written media (blogs, newspapers), or spoken (radio) or on TV…

1. Museums, science centres

  • Museum explainer – someone who supports visitors and answers any questions, or highlights other aspects, as they meander through the exhibits
  • Science show or Planetarium presenter – someone who gives a short talk and possibly answers questions. Astronomers at the Greenwich Planetarium also give themed talks following screenings of sci-fi films there.
  • Blogger (likely to be part of another role though) – someone who shares interesting or even quirky aspects of the centre’s collection, and tweets too.

2. Science or medical journalism

  • (Blogger – unpaid, own time)
    • As anyone can create a free blog this is a low-cost (beyond time) way of getting some writing practice and seeing what works, while building up a portfolio. While it’s highly unlikely that the blog itself would provide an income it may lead to other opportunities. A good place to start is https://wordpress.com/
  • Writer / journalist for newspaper, scientific or medical journal, or a patient charity’s magazine etc – jobs here can include writing for non-specialists as well as more technical writing for people in the field.
  • Editor / Commissioning Editor – chooses what goes into the publication and shepherds it to print
  • Researcher / fact-checker
  • Social media / blogger (as a job) / podcast or other audiovisual content creator, including medical or scientific illustrator or animator
  • For science or medical journals some of these jobs may also be combined with the admin of seeking reviewers for articles submitted, and managing the article submission and publication process.

3. TV or radio presenting, or contributor, editor, producer, researcher

  • (This can also be a subset of science / medical journalism)
  • Might be a helpful idea to create your own YouTube channel so people can see what you’re like on camera, perhaps not just presenting to camera but interacting with an interviewed guest. Or something like a podcast.
  • See also a post of mine from 2011 on How to be a science presenter, from a BBC Science talk at the Cheltenham Science Festival
  • Social media / blogger (as a job) / podcast or other audiovisual content creator for the programme’s website or medical or scientific illustrator or animator – providing content for the programme itself

4. Medical research charities / patient groups (also science research-funding Research Councils)

  • Head of Research / Research Grants Manager / Research Grants administrator
    • all involve the administration of the charity’s research portfolio which includes managing applications and finding reviewers for them. There is also a lot of translating all this science into plain English to tell supporters what they’ve funded and why it’s important, also for fundraising colleagues to be able to use that info to raise funds.
  • (Science) Information Manager / Officer aka Public Information Officer (PIO)
    • this job may be combined with other Comms roles but typically includes helping colleagues, healthcare professionals and the public (eg via a Q&A helpline) make sense of the latest and historical research into the relevant condition and help keep everyone up to date. Often this task overlaps with librarian work.
  • Director of Communications / Head of Press / Press Officer / PR & publicity
    • this can incorporate science communication when writing a press release about research the charity has funded (or commenting on research from elsewhere) but will also involve policy work, and promoting events or news items that might be less scicomm-oriented.
  • Publications editor / writer
    • Some charities have a magazine for members, also a more medical one for healthcare professionals and even without that there’s a high chance that there will be patient information leaflets or info leaflets for medics. These may be written in-house by staff with a biomedical background.
  • Illustrator / animator (see refs to this above also)
    • Most leaflets have illustrative drawings and the charity may well have a YouTube channel or Instagram and will need clear content that explains complex info.

5. Government / Policy

  • Researcher / writer of brief ‘POSTnotes‘ for ministers via the Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology.
  • Department-specific roles eg in BEIS etc. There’s a list of 500+ government departments, agencies and public bodies here

6. Learned societies / professional bodies

  • Head of public events, event manager, officer – some learned societies will have a programme of public events
  • Social media / blogger (as a job) / podcast or other audiovisual content creator – to share info with professional members and the public about events or subject-specific information
  • See also Publications editor / writer in Medical charities section as many societies have their own members magazine.
  • Illustrator / animator (see refs to this above also)

7. Universities

  • Public engagement co-ordinators / managers
    • this role may be attached to a particular department (eg one for the Biology dept, another for chemistry) or attached to a dedicated Engagement department. Individual large research projects may also employ their own to both involve stakeholders in the development of the research and later to support dissemination of the project’s results.
  • Scicomm as a ‘sideline’ to research
    • For people already working as scientists in a university there are plenty of opportunities to share their own research, comment on others’ research in the news media. Also plenty of opportunities to make their work accessible via public lectures, fun events, having school groups visit (or giving talks to schools).

8. Pharmaceutical companies

  • Patient information information – including leaflets (inserted into the pack of medicine with advice on how to use the medicine safely and effectively)
  • Medcomms – medical writing, often in in-house / technical publications
  • See the last part of this page, on science writing, which is about medical comms

 

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[Job] Alzheimer’s Society – three #scicomm-ish jobs, Belfast & London

Alzheimer’s Society
https://alzheimers.livevacancies.co.uk/#/
Media Officer – Belfast – Job Description (PDF) clos 26 Nov, £16.9k
Public Affairs Officer – London – Job Description (PDF) clos 22 Nov, £32.9k
Senior Policy Officer – London – Job Description (PDF) clos 14 Nov, £48.7k


 

Media Officer

Role overview

Reference number:   VAC15750

Area role covers:      Northern Ireland

Contract type:           Fixed Term – 12 months (maternity cover)

Interview date:          Tuesday 18th December

Dementia devastates lives. By 2021, 1 million people will be living with the condition. But dementia won’t win. Until the day we find a cure, Alzheimer’s Society will be here for anyone affected by dementia – wherever they are, whatever they’re going through. Everything we do is informed and inspired by them.

We are the UK’s leading dementia charity. Every day, we work tirelessly to find new treatments and, ultimately, a cure for dementia. We provide expert information, training, and support services to all those who need our help. And we are creating a more dementia-friendly society so people with the condition can live without fear and prejudice.

About the role

This post is key to raising the profile of Alzheimer’s Society and increasing understanding of dementia in the Northern Ireland

Key responsibilities include:

  • Delivering and evaluating regional media relations activity that increases the profile of the charity and the issues associated with dementia
  • Developing effective communication campaigns to increase understanding of dementia, working with important partners.
  • Working alongside the NI management team to publicly communicate about the work of the organisation.
  • Building relationships with people living with dementia and their carers to help inform our work.
  • There is no staff line management required for this role; it will require some travel throughout NI and occasionally to the UK.

About you

We are looking for a tenacious, committed and ambitious media officer, hungry for a challenge.
You will work autonomously and as part of different project groups to increase awareness of dementia in Northern Ireland. You will have an eye for a good news story and be creative in your approach to securing media coverage.

This role will give you a chance to really make a difference to people in Northern Ireland living with dementia who need our support.

Our employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people’s lives. We are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for working agilely. All contributing to a strong work life balance. We also have various learning programmes to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with Alzheimer’s Society.

To find out more about the role, download a job description (which also includes the person specification) from the link below. For further information about the role you can also contact di.keal@alzheimers.org.uk 

You can also visit our Working for Us pages, which give you more information about what it’s like to be an employee at the Society.

Information about the application process: Once you click apply you will be asked to complete the following steps.

  1. Pre-application: Input your details including name and email address to register your interest.  Alzheimer’s Society will use this information to keep in contact with you about your application and to send you future job alerts if you opt to receive them. By submitting this information you are indicating that you agree to this.
  2. Download and complete an application form. An email with the application form will also be sent to you.
  3. Email your completed application form to di.keal@alzheimers.org.uk by noon on Monday 26th November

If you’re experiencing problems applying for this role please contact recruitment@alzheimers.org.uk

Alzheimer’s Society embraces diversity, inclusion and accessibility for all of our people. We are committed to building a diverse organisation that represents the communities we serve and ensuring inclusion in everything we do.

No CVs or agencies please.

Late applications will not be accepted.

Please note: Some of our roles may require a criminal records check. You can find our policy here. 


Department
Marketing & Communications
Contract type
Fixed term
Hours
21 per week
Salary
£16,970 actual per annum

 


 

Public Affairs Officer

Role overview

Reference number:   VAC15733

Office location:         43-44 Crutched Friars, London EC3N 2AE

Interview date:          Monday 10th or Tuesday 11th December

Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.

About the role

The Public Affairs Officer will play a crucial part in raising the profile of dementia in the political arena, among civil servants and among opinion formers working in the health and social care and research fields.

Working as part of our new Policy, Public Affairs and Campaigns Directorate, you will provide specialist knowledge of Parliament and Whitehall to ensure the Alzheimer’s Society maximises its influencing opportunities and you will help us to deliver the Society’s parliamentary strategy.

You will use your expertise to build relationships with Parliamentarians, the Government and Opposition and external partners, and you will advise on tactics for engaging with them. You will work closely with colleagues from different teams across our organisation to ensure a high quality impact for our integrated local and national public affairs and campaigning activity.

About you

You will have excellent knowledge of the UK political system, parliamentary structures and the range of mechanisms for accessing MPs and Peers, and significant experience in a public affairs or parliamentary related role. We are looking for a proactive individual who is able to build excellent internal and external relationships and who is committed to ending the inequity facing people affected by dementia.

Our employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people’s lives. We are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for working agilely. All contributing to a strong work life balance. We also have various learning programmes

to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with Alzheimer’s Society.

To find out more about the role, download a job description (which also includes the person specification) from the link below. For further information about the role you can also contact ewan.russell@alzheimers.org.uk  or telephone 020 7423 3573.

You can also visit our Working for Us pages, which give you more information about what it’s like to be an employee at the Society.

Information about the application process: Once you click apply you will be asked to complete the following steps.

  1. Pre-application: Input your details including name and email address to register your interest.  Alzheimer’s Society will use this information to keep in contact with you about your application and to send you future job alerts if you opt to receive them. By submitting this information you are indicating that you agree to this.
  2. Download and complete an application form. An email with the application form will also be sent to you.
  3. Email your completed application form to ewan.russell@alzheimers.org.uk by 5pm on Thursday 22nd November.

If you’re experiencing problems applying for this role please contact recruitment@alzheimers.org.uk

Alzheimer’s Society embraces diversity, inclusion and accessibility for all of our people. We are committed to building a diverse organisation that represents the communities we serve and ensuring inclusion in everything we do.

No CVs or agencies please

Late applications will not be accepted.

Please note: Some of our roles may require a criminal records check. You can find our policy here. 


Department
Campaigns & Partnerships
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
35 per week
Salary
£32,908 actual per annum

 

Senior Policy Officer

Role overview

Reference number:   VAC15684

Office Location:        43-44 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AE

Interview date:          Week commencing 19th November

Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.

About the role

With dementia firmly on the public policy agenda we have an ambitious programme of work, including making society more inclusive of people with dementia and influencing the government and NHS structures. We are looking to recruit a senior policy officer to play a vital role in this work.
The role involves working independently and proactively, identifying and developing key areas of policy and building relationships with leading policy influencers and briefing colleagues. There will be an expectation to translate complex evidence and material into accessible and persuasive arguments. You will also have line management responsibilities within the policy team.
Each day is different and colleagues are encouraged to work directly with people affected by dementia to inform what they do. The role involves a range of different evidence gathering and analysis techniques as well as opportunities to write and publish reports, lead working groups and specialise in topic areas.
About you

The senior policy officer will report to the policy manager and will be a member of the Policy, Campaigns and Partnerships directorate. You will build relationships at all levels inside the organisation.
With responsibility for managing two policy officers and a wide range of key work areas, in particular across health, regulation and evidence, you will be a skilled policy expert. You will play an integral role in shaping Alzheimer’s Society’s future strategic direction and fuelling our efforts to deliver policy change and influence the external environment to effect lasting change for people affected by dementia. You will need to demonstrate an ability to deliver change and to convey messaging to a range of audiences, with some experience of working with the media preferable.
Significant experience working in a policy related role is essential.  Excellent oral and written communication skills are also vital and you will need to work with internal and external stakeholders at all levels. Line management experience is required. Experience in planning and working strategically is also desirable as is an understanding of influencing channels in the health and care sectors.
Our employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people’s lives. We are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for working agilely. All contributing to a strong work life balance. We also have various learning programmes to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with Alzheimer’s Society.

To find out more about the role, download a job description (which also includes the person specification) from the link below. For further information about the role you can also contact Dominic.carter@alzheimers.org.uk 
You can also visit our Working for Us pages, which give you more information about what it’s like to be an employee at the Society.

Information about the application process: Once you click apply you will be asked to complete the following steps.

  1. Pre-application: Input your details including name and email address to register your interest.  Alzheimer’s Society will use this information to keep in contact with you about your application and to send you future job alerts if you opt to receive them. By submitting this information you are indicating that you agree to this.
  2. Download and complete an application form. An email with the application form will also be sent to you.
  3. Email your completed application form to Dominic.Carter@alzheimers.org.uk by 5pm on Wednesday 14th November.

If you’re experiencing problems applying for this role please contact recruitment@alzheimers.org.uk

Alzheimer’s Society embraces diversity, inclusion and accessibility for all of our people. We are committed to building a diverse organisation that represents the communities we serve and ensuring inclusion in everything we do.

No CVs or agencies please

Late applications will not be accepted.

Please note: Some of our roles may require a criminal records check. You can find our policy here. 


Department
Campaigns & Partnerships
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
35 per week
Salary
£48,732 actual per annum
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[Job, London] @SMASHfestUK, Volunteer Co-ordinator, £28k pro rata, immediate start

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SMASHfestUK
Volunteer Co-ordinator (the post is paid, you’ll be co-ordinating volunteers!)
https://www.facebook.com/SMASHFestivalUK/
Pro Rata salary: £28,000

Volunteer Co-ordinator needed for exciting Science & Arts Festival. Immediate start. 

We are looking for a highly organised and adaptable volunteer co-ordinator to work at multi award-winning festival SMASHfestUK next month. SMASHfestUK is a narrative led arts and science festival based in Deptford, SE London which aims to increase diversity and participation in STEM. The festival runs from 12-16 February half-term 2018 at Deptford Lounge (Mon-Fri) and the Albany Theatre (Thurs & Fri). This role combines support and management of a diverse group of volunteers and assisting with our evaluation.

The volunteer co-ordinator is a hugely important and stimulating role at SMASHfestUK. Our volunteers are group of people from right across our local community and are at the heart of what we do. They include pupils at local schools, artists, scientists and students as well as a diverse group of adults from Deptford and the surrounding area. Ensuring that our volunteers have a positive experience is a priority for us and we are looking for someone who can help us deliver that.

We need someone who can start ASAP. The job is two to three days a week for the next three weeks (flexible working) and then full-time the week of the festival (12-16th February) plus one finishing up day.

We are a small and passionate team at SMASHfestUK. Please contact Sally Spurring sally@smashfestuk.com for more details if you would like to join us.

 

 

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