Federation Job Vacancy: Membership Insights Support Officer
Creative England and the Creative Industries Federation have joined forces in 2020 and are now part of the Creative UK group. We are the network for the Creative Industries and we know that connection changes everything. Our overarching mission is to leverage the economic, social and cultural value of the UK’s creative economy. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills.
Our Membership Insights Support Officer will play a pivotal role at the heart of our activity and engagement with a wide network of members across the creative sector. Our data is our intelligence base for our network - this role will help feed our data systems enabling us to build real-time insights which will directly inform, shape and improve our services to members. You will also support our team of experts to deliver a broad range of services to members, giving you the opportunity to develop relationships with some of the most influential organisations and individuals working across the UK’s arts and creative sector.
We are looking for someone with a genuine interest in data and its use to drive growth. You will be diligent in approach and be comfortable with multi-tasking, rolling your sleeves up and supporting delivery of services. This is an exciting time to join our team in a role that offers you the opportunity make a real impact growing and supporting our members during a challenging time.
LOCATION: Central London, Greater Manchester or Bristol*
SALARY: up to £24,000 subject to experience
CONTRACT: Full time 1-year fixed term renewable
TO APPLY: Email your CV, cover letter and/or 1-2-minute video link** to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 11th January midday. Interviews will take place by video conference w/c 18th January 2020, immediate appointment preferred.
*video link optional
*offices currently in MediacityUK, Bristol city centre and will have a space in London from April 2021 subject to Covid. All employees are currently working remotely from home with the option to use an office. Full time office working will not be expected post-Covid but staff will be contracted to an office base, and therefore expected to use the space where required.