We’re hiring! Social Media Producer

The Art NewspaperThe Art Newspaper

Key responsibilities

• Responsible for creating and publishing content across The Art Newspaper‘s core social media channels (Facebook, X, Instagram, Threads, LinkedIn & TikTok)
• Work with the editorial and commercial teams to develop and implement a social media strategy with the aim of increasing brand awareness and audience engagement
• Create tailored video content based on The Art Newspaper‘s editorial output as well as live events such as major art fairs, exhibitions and biennials in collaboration with the editorial team
• Provide insights on the performance of social media posts and offering reports to management to inform future campaigns
• Occasional travel involved to attend art fairs and major art world events

Key skills and experience

• Experience of managing and setting schedules for professional social media accounts in the publishing industry
• Experience of producing engaging and impactful written copy, social media graphics and video/audio content
• Excellent writing skills with accurate grammar
• Proficiency in photography and video editing software
• Knowledge and understanding of the art world would be a bonus

How to apply

This is a full-time, London-based position. Interested candidates should send a CV with a cover letter to j.michalska@theartnewspaper.com by Wednesday 21 February.

The Art Newspaper is an equal opportunity employer committed to building an equitable workforce and promoting qualified persons regardless of race, gender, colour, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, veteran status and others who are under-represented in the cultural sector. Our application period will be open until we have a diverse and qualified pool of candidates.

About The Art Newspaper

For more than 30 years, The Art Newspaper has been covering the world of art—and the world in which art happens. We write about all the latest developments, but also analyse the most significant events and trends, looking at how the international landscape of art and culture shapes—and is shaped by—politics, society, the economy, technology and the environment.

We serve an international audience, offering multichannel access to breaking news, agenda-setting investigations and stimulating insights and opinion from around the globe.

With correspondents working in more than 30 countries, our expert, independent reporting makes us the most trusted resource for the art industry as well as for collectors, art advisers, policymakers, artists, museum professionals and those who enjoy visiting art fairs and exhibitions. The Art Newspaper benefits from being part of an international network of titles in London, New York, Paris and Turin.

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