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Digital Producer
Digital Producer
V&A
Post Date: 27 Feb 2021

JOB OVERVIEW

Digital Producer
Reference:FEB20212914
Expiry date:23:59, 19 March 2021
Location:South Kensington
Salary:£28,500.00 – £33,500.00 Per Annum
Benefits:Group Personal Pension, Life Assurance Scheme, and other great benefits
Attachments:DigitalProducerJobdescription(1).pdf
The post holder will support the Digital Senior Producers in both the Learning team and the V&A Academy team to produce courses, workshops and drop-in events, online and face-to-face, with a focus on digital art-making and digital skills. This will include both producing video and static resources and delivering activities, working with audiences across the full portfolio of Learning and National Programmes (formal, informal and adult learning) and connecting with practitioners across the digital design community. They will support the Digital Senior Producers in commissioning interactive projects, organising digital design drop-in events and supporting the delivery of special projects. 
 
While the post holder reports to the Digital Senior Producer in the Learning and Digital team, they will also provide support to the Digital Senior Producer and other Senior Producers across V&A Academy, particularly with content development. 

Closing date for receipt of applications is 19 March 2021 at midnight.

Please note, preference will be given to any applications from employees currently at risk of redundancy.

JOB DETAILS

Location
London, UK

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