Sum seeks Social Media Guru

rachel@sumjournal.com
www.sumjournal.com

Deadline Sunday 30 September 2018

Hours 4 per week

Sum is a quarterly online journal dedicated to showcasing creative and thought-provoking work of all disciplines. The journal was established in 2018 as an antidote to the divide between theoretical knowledge and artistic realisation. Sum aims to platform and support the development of emerging art works that offer creative responses to traditionally academic theory, and assist in bridging the gap between big ideas and the everyday lived experience.

Our Social Media Guru will act as the voice of Sum: enthusiastically championing the work of contributors, as well as the values and brand of the journal across social media platforms. This role will be responsible for the development and delivery of regular engaging content to ensure the widest audience possible for the journal, and be responsible for driving and engaging both readers and submissions. 

You will be joining our small team of volunteers. We are based primarily in Southampton, UK, though all roles are carried out remotely with occasional meets for those living locally.

For more information on how to apply, and to download the full role overview, please visit our website: www.sumjournal.com/joinourteam

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