West Midlands, UK
We are looking to recruit a dynamic and enthusiastic marketeer to our communications workstream. You will be ahead of the game with all things digital, and know your reel from your grid post. You will be as comfortable engaging in a local Facebook group, as you are creating Tiktok content for one of our summer festivals.
Creating content to engage with our audiences will excite you, and being amazing at writing marketing copy is a must. Being quick off the mark with replies to our varied audiences will be your bread and butter, while the ability to communicate with enthusiasm for our work will be second nature.
You will get to work with a team of comms professionals who work creatively in an ever changing marketing landscape. Our team works across both the arts/cultural and event/festivals sector, meaning there is never a dull moment. Some days we are engaging influencers and creating social media ads, other days writing emails to share our sustainable aims and objectives with stakeholders.
Enjoying nature is a must! You will be working from our rural workspace in Cheshire, and weekly onsite meetings will be part of your role. If you fear a composting toilet, this isn’t the role for you. But if you have a passion for connecting with audiences via digital channels, and want to join a creative team where connection with nature is always on the agenda, then we would love to hear from you!
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Wild Rumpus deepen nature connectedness through a programme of projects including festivals, large-scale events, creative interventions, meaningful partnerships and sector development work. Wild Rumpus work Internationally from their exploratory creation space in an English Woodland. We make and support work, most often in green places, that surprises, inspires and stirs people. From large moments of collective wonder to intimate digital experiences, we invite people to be curious and to look at their relationship with nature with clear eyes and open hearts.
We make and support work that reconnects people with their place in nature. We explore how arts and culture can create meaningful change in how we see our place in the world, rewrite narratives and inspire behaviour change, fuelling hope in the face of climate crisis.
Permission to Play
We create the conditions where people feel free to play. We explore the barriers that prevent people from playing together, and the environments, invitations and provocations that can open the door to free, expressive, wild and joyous play.
We create moments where people can gather in collective wonder. We explore how visceral collective experiences, however fleeting, can impact on attitudes and behaviour.
We create worlds where people are transported out of their everyday lives. We explore how an altered and coherent physical landscape can immerse people in a place, story or experience, and how that can influence them to think and respond differently to their world.
We anticipate a mix of working from home and in person at our rural workspace in Scholar Green, Cheshire. We ask part time staff to be in every Tuesday for an in person full team meeting, as well as for key meetings where required. During our live events all staff are expected to work full time both before and after the event.
We work mainly from a woodland and workshops near Scholar Green in Cheshire, ST7 3QJ. The nearest station is Kidsgrove, 10 minutes by bike or 30 minutes walk.