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We’re hiring: Community media co-ordinator (Part time)

Support and train members of the Cable and the wider community to contribute to high quality journalism in a collaborative and accessible manner.

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Support and train members of the Cable and the wider community to contribute to high quality journalism in a collaborative and accessible manner.

Applications are now closed.

Basic information

Title: Media training co-ordinator
Salary: £8.75 per hour (Please note: all Cable co-ordinators are paid on the same rate)
Contract Type: Freelance project based funding for 12 months with the possibility for extension
Hours: 16 hrs per week (flexible and including one evening session a fortnight)
Location: The Bristol Cable, 14 Hillgrove Street, Bristol, BS2 8JT

Background to the role

We are committed to opening up opportunities for a wide range of people to contribute to the Cable’s journalism, including complete beginners.

By working with both the media and membership teams, you will help the Cable build more community journalism skills in Bristol, generate diverse content, and foster a greater sense of community and collaboration among our co-op members.

Application closing date: Monday 19th of March, 10pm

Interviews: 26th and 27th March

Start date: Week commencing 23rd of April

How to Apply: Please complete the application form below.

Please do not include a CV or any attachments other than the standard application form.

Applicants will be shortlisted according to how well they meet the criteria in the person specification (see below) . Please highlight and explain how you meet these using the application form.

If you have been shortlisted for an interview, you will be informed by email by 20th of March.

Community media co-ordinator – Job Description

Community media co-ordinator – Person specification

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