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We are looking for an Editor and a Marketing and Communications specialist to work on our Covid-19 research project

The Centre for Cultural Value has been leading a 15 month national research programme into the impact of Covid-19 on the cultural sector and the implications for policy. We are looking for  experienced freelancers to work on this project. We are issuing these as two separate pieces of work but they could be delivered by the same person if they had the right set of skills to deliver both.

Editor – download brief

We are seeking a highly organised and fast-paced editor to manage the shaping, editing and design of the executive summary and final report from our Covid-19 research programme (approx 48pp).

You will have experience of shaping and editing engaging reports for publication, including:

  • Briefing and working with multiple writers to produce a consistent style and tone
  • Briefing and working with designers to create accessible and engaging reports, including visuals and simple infographics
  • Applying a house style and proofreading
  • Producing a high quality, accurate and engaging final report to publication standard
  • Manage production of any alternative formats

Budget: £3,400 inc VAT
Closing date: 4 October 2021, 9am

Marketing and Communications specialist – download brief

We are looking for an experienced marketing/communications practitioner, to:

  • Devise and deliver a marketing and communications campaign to promote our Covid-19: Changing Culture? conference (which takes place on 17/18 November)
  • Plan and deliver delegate communications before during and after the conference
  • Plan the dissemination of a report sharing findings from the research, including commissioning supporting content

Budget: £4,200 inc VAT
Closing date: 4 October 2021, 9am

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