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Public Events Programmer

Employer
Charity People Ltd
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
15 Oct 2021

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Sector
Marketing & PR
Contract Type
Permanent
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Charity People are delighted to be working with a national membership organisation which is at the forefront of significant social impact, driving change process, research and innovative ideas to deliver solutions for lasting change. Job title: Public Events ProgrammerPay: £18.50 per hour plus £2.23 holiday pay (equivalent to £33,677 per annum)Working hours: 9am-5pm, 35 hours per weekLocation: the team is currently working to a hybrid office-and-remote working model, with a minimum expectation of 2 days a week of office-based working (WC2)Duration: 12 weeksImmediate start essential As part of a busy, ambitious team, you will take immediate responsibility for the end-to-end production of a series of events in the public programme. This is currently operating primarily as a digital-first programme but is in a continual process of adaptation and innovation to take advantage of new hybrid formats and opportunities in the fast-moving public events and ideas landscape.???You will independently generate and deliver events as part of a popular?weekly lunchtime series of topical talks and panel discussions,?as well as ad hoc additional events to support and promote?the latest research insights, policy reports and?project?launches from the organisations Research & Impact programme teams. This is a busy time for the organisation with major campaign and report launches contributing to global public debates on climate emergency, inequality and economic insecurity, good work and a just transition to a net-zero future. You will also contribute to social media support?across the Events?channels, ensuring dynamic and inclusive public engagement with events content pre, during and post event broadcasts. Programme compelling and innovative events for the organisation's public programmeExecute independent end-to-end event production, from idea generation to each aspect of event delivery, including:Researching and inviting high-profile and engaging public speakersWriting clean, eye-catching original event copyCreating comprehensive agendas and?speaker briefingsScripting chair's introductory remarks and talking pointsHosting speakers on-site at the event?Ensuring appropriate instruction is delivered to each member of the?production?support team?Supporting?the delivery of innovative and effective events social media marketing and communications, ensuring maximum publicity pre and post event,?and quality live audience?engagement via Twitter, YT Livestream and Zoom Webinar Chat. You will be a self-starter able to hit the ground running with strong proven event production skills in live on-site and online events, and a creative approach to programming for public audiences.?You will have a keen interest in the latest?public and policy debate across?a broad range of topics. Excellent proven written, research and editorial skills, with an ability to adapt complex material into accessible and engaging public formats is essential. You will have awareness of key influencers in current affairs, politics and ideas, across contemporary publishing, academe, print, broadcast, digital and social media. You will have a keen eye for speaker talent, fresh and diverse voices, new thinking and emerging debates. You will have experience of social media campaign communications planning and delivery, online content publishing, promotion, and audience engagement (video/audio).? We are looking to move quickly with this role, immediate start is essential. Please share your CV as soon as possible. Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
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