Working for Watch Africa

Formed in 2013, Watch Africa is a Black-led organisation that started as a film festival and has since grown into a cultural consultancy and agency for diverse talent. We bring to this work our experience in community work, in policy and development work, in curation and heritage, and a strong network with racially minoritised communities across Wales, with diverse talent and with the cultural sector. See https://www.watch-africa.co.uk/ for more information.

Stakeholder Engagement Officer

Fixed term contract up to 31st March 2025, subject to Funding

14 hours per week, based in Cardiff (Working)

Salary: £31,364.00 per annum pro rata (Actual £11,709.23 per annum based on 14hrs per week)

Job Description

Watch-Africa CIC is seeking a Stakeholder Engagement Officer to facilitate, build and maintain relationships with those working in the screen and TV industry as part of the Culture Connect Wales project. We are looking for a highly professional and detail-oriented individual who has a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the screen and TV sector and is a strong relationship builder. The successful candidate will possess exceptional skills in collaboration, engagement, communications, and networking in the screen and TV sector. This role is available in either a fixed-term contract as above or on an independent contractor basis.

How to Apply

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter highlighting how your experience, skills, and personal qualities fit the role to hr@watch-africa.co.uk by the applications closing on Sunday, 23rd June 2024.

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Communication & Marketing Coordinator

Fixed term contract up to 31st March 2025, subject to Funding

14 hours per week, based in Cardiff (Working)

Salary: £31,364.00 per annum pro rata (Actual £11,709.23 per annum based on 14hrs per week)

Job Description

The Marketing and Communications Officer role is an exciting, broad and varied role and you will work across the communications disciplines to ensure our client properly engages with supporters and raises their profile in the national and sectoral media. The Post holder will be responsible for engaging marketing and publicity content across Watch-Africa CIC with key emphasis on using digital and traditional communication channels. You will be responsible for maintaining and developing Watch-Africa CIC's online presence, including the website and social media, and work with our CEO and project leads to support in developing Watch-Africa CIC’s marketing and publicity strategy. The successful candidate will need to have experience working in a communications or marketing role and understanding of brand principles and their application in communications and marketing.

How to Apply

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter highlighting how your experience, skills, and personal qualities fit the role to hr@watch-africa.co.uk by the applications closing on Sunday, 23rd June 2024.

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