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Digital Producer

37.5 hours per week (full time).
Salary: £25,000 per annum

We are seeking a talented Digital Producer to join Wysing at an exciting time; when we will be significantly increasing digital activity. Our 2020 programme will put broadcasting at its centre and we are looking for someone with strong digital skills to join our programme team to help us deliver this work, and to ensure that digital and broadcast activity is fully integrated into the programme into the long term.

In addition, the post-holder will develop and manage Wysing’s social media platforms, generating content, documenting activity, and representing the organisation in the digital sphere.

Wysing is a thriving cultural campus of ten buildings across an 11 acre rural site in south Cambridgeshire which hosts experimental residencies for UK and international artists, and delivers a critically acclaimed public programme of gallery exhibitions and events including conferences, symposia, workshops and music events.

The role is advertised at 37.5 hours a week (full time) and is based at Wysing’s Bourn site.

The deadline for this opportunity has closed. Successful applicants will be contacted by 22 November.  Interviews will take place on 27 November.

To download the recruitment pack for more information, please click here.

Digital Plans

During 2020, Wysing Arts Centre will put broadcasting at the centre of its artistic programme; to connect with remote audiences in a way that enables us to listen, as well as to transmit, ideas using digital and other technologies.  

Through exhibitions, events, residencies, retreats and our annual music festival, we will work with a range of artists and contributors across the year to explore how broadcast technologies, in particular radio, can enable the communication of ideas and create dialogue and understanding.  

Building on the work of our recent programmes, we will focus on connecting a network of ‘many voices’ made up of those often left out of the conversation, whether due to access requirements, location outside of metropolitan centres, or discrimination due to race, gender and/or sexuality. We will be looking to both amplify voices and enable supportive networks and connections to be made. 

Our gallery will become an expanded studio space where ideas are explored, including through exhibitions, commissioned and archival art works, recorded events with live audiences, new collaborations, and through works that are made specifically to be broadcast from Wysing. 

By the end of the year we aim to have a format in place to enable regular broadcasting to continue from Wysing on an ongoing basis.