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Cockpit Arts is home to the most exciting community of makers in London. Be part of our story
£45k per year, pro rata
Fixed term contract April – December 2021
Deadline for applications: 9am Monday 22nd March
Cockpit Arts, London’s leading studios for contemporary crafts, is hiring an experienced digital producer and project manager to lead our digital transformation. This exciting new role will oversee the development of a new, content rich website for Cockpit Arts. Our vision is to build a fresh digital presence to connect with audiences and seize the opportunity for sales, training and digital storytelling.
About Cockpit Arts
Cockpit Arts is the UK’s largest cluster of contemporary craftspeople and the only business incubator for makers. Home to over 150 independent creative businesses, we’re recognised on the NatWest SE100 2020 as one of the UK’s top 100 social enterprises. With an international reputation for excellence, we are proud to have launched the careers of many of the leading names in contemporary craft.
About the role
Digital has transformed how craft is made, communicated, sold and enjoyed. At Cockpit we want to harness the power of digital to share the stories of the brilliant makers based at our studios and bring their work to new audiences.
To achieve this, we are hiring an experienced Head of Digital with a proven track record of delivering high-quality, creative digital projects on time and to budget. A highly organised person with digital expertise and a can-do approach, you’ll be ambitious about the possibilities that digital can offer Cockpit Arts and enthused about the prospect of leading our digital transformation.
This is a fixed-term role to December 2021.
To apply, send a CV and covering letter outlining why you want the role and how you fulfil the brief to [email protected]
On submission of your application please also complete our equal opportunities monitoring questionnaire
Diversity and Inclusion
Cockpit is committed to inclusion, diversity and equality in governance and in all our activities, recognising that diversity improves performance and fuels creativity and innovation. We foster an inclusive culture where all aspects of diversity are seen as key to our success. We are dedicated to learning and continually evolving our understanding and work on inclusion.
Cockpit Arts is proud to be an accredited London Living Wage employer.