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Military Wives Choirs – Digital Engagement Co-ordinator

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Reporting to: Music & Performance Manager
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
Salary: £23,500 per annum (pro-rata)   
Location: Working from Home (with occasional office attendance, must be in commuting distance to central London)
Contract: Fixed Term Contract to 31 December 2020

 

Background and role summary:

The Military Wives Choirs (MWCs) bring women in the military community closer together through singing.  We are a unique and special network of 74 choirs across the UK and internationally in which women can come together to sing, share and support each other, wherever they are.

The Choirs Support Team are here to enable the network of MWCs.  We strive to provide the best possible experience for members.  We develop projects that bring women from different choirs together across the network, recognising we are stronger together.  We are an independent subsidiary charity of SSAFA, who provide us with facilities and services.

In this key role you will work with the Music & Performance Manager to ensure our internal and external messaging is appropriate, timely and effective.

You will ensure the protection and promotion of the MWCs brand internally, as well as across all social media platforms, print & radio media.

This is a varied role and it would suit a confident and experienced communicator who relishes being busy and creative.

Download the application pack here.

Closing date is midnight on Sunday 16 August. Applications should be sent to Melanie Nightingale, Director of the Choirs Support Team, on mnightingale@militarywiveschoirs.org

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