Join the Word Factory: Social Media Manager Opportunity
Here’s your chance to be part of a dynamic and exciting literary organisation, The Word Factory: “A national organisation supporting excellence in short fiction,” according to The Guardian.
The Word Factory was founded by poet and journalist Cathy Galvin, co-founder of the Sunday Times Short Story Award.
We’re looking for a social media manager to run a small team to cover the Word Factory’s thriving social media output across all platforms. That person would be tasked with planning strategy, responsible for the team publishing a diverse range of content and liaising with the director and associate director. We expect it to take around five hours a week (those hours can be flexible and may include weekends). This is a voluntary role and would suit a writer looking to get experience in the arts or someone starting out in a digital marketing career. You’d be fully trained and improve your digital and social skills. Our previous manager landed a top position at the Society of Authors and others have gone to found London Short Story Festival and to publish award-winning novels.
On top of that, you’re invited, for free, to all live events and masterclasses (in London and across the UK – with guests including Neil Gaiman, Tobias Wolff, Anne Enright and Tessa Hadley), which has a value in excess of £500 a year, plus you’d be supported by a community of like-minded writers – in the past, those in this team have gone to to work for high-profile literary organisations including Society of Authors, London Short Story Festival and published award-winning novels.
Dynamic members of the team include multiple award-winning authors such as Paul McVeigh and Zoe Gilbert as well as writers mentored by the Word Factory like the 2019 Desmond Elliott Prize winner Claire Adam and Melissa Fu.
Please send a CV and short covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org