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Communication and Events Assistant

Reference: DEC20216168

Location: Lochwinnoch

Salary: £18,100.00 - £20,080.00 Pro Rata

Hours: Part-Time

Benefits: Pension, 26 days Annual Leave (pro-rata), Life Assurance

Duration: Until September 2022

The Garnock Connections Landscape Partnership is a National Lottery Heritage Fund backed programme of integrated projects.

As Garnock Connections enters the final phase of delivery we are looking to recruit two Communications and Events Assistants to work within the Garnock Connections team. These roles will involve helping to engage the local community with the varied outputs and accomplishments of the Garnock Connections programme, helping them connect with the impressive cultural and natural heritage of the area.

As part of this engagement the Communications and Events Assistants will help plan and deliver a program of events across the Garnock Connections Landscape that will celebrate and enable people to share in the project’s achievements. These roles will also involve the creation and posting associated original online content across our digital platforms.

These roles will initially be based at home but may involve working in the Garnock Connections office at the RSPB Nature Reserve, Lochwinnoch, as and when the responsibilities of the roles require.

They will also involve considerable travel around the varied landscape within the Garnock Connections project area.

These roles involve community engagement and event delivery therefore a certain amount of evening and weekend working is to be expected.

Responsibilities

  • Organise and deliver a programme of events
  • Engage with partners to enhance the scope and reach of events
  • Engage with individuals, community groups and schools to promote the events and the wider GC programme across the project landscape
  • Work with colleagues to create and manage content for social media, e.g. Facebook, Twitter
  • Assist in running virtual events over Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Facebook Live, etc
  • Contribute to regular reports, newsletters, press releases, etc
  • Visit Garnock Connections project sites

What we need from you:

  • Some knowledge of the theory and practice of delivering a project
  • Some knowledge of community engagement and event planning
  • Competent IT user e.g. familiar with Microsoft Office packages
  • Experience with social media in the heritage/community sector
  • The ability to communicate about the project in a passionate manner
  • An ability to produce written communications
  • Ability to work well as part of a team, as well as on your own initiative
  • A driving licence or other means of visiting sites

Closing: 01 February 2022

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Closing Date: 01/02/2022  Location: Lochwinnoch

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