Membership Lead

The Mem­ber­ship Lead will pro­vide admin­is­tra­tive and mar­ket­ing sup­port for the Asso­ciate and Cre­ative Peo­ple Mem­ber­ship at CAS.

00:00 04/03/24
£25,000 pro rata 1 day a week (5,000)
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The key responsibilities set out here are a guide to the main activities expected to be delivered during working time. As with all organisations, duties may vary and priorities change to fulfil the needs and ambitions of the organisation. Job Descriptions are reviewed and updated annually as part of the staff appraisal process, but we encourage a culture of open dialogue with the Leadership Team as a matter of course. Training needs and opportunities are reviewed regularly.
The role of the Membership Lead includes a range of responsibilities:
● Administration of both membership schemes (Associate Artists and Creative People), i.e. keeping membership records up-to-date, making sure people have paid their membership.
● Marketing and Communications: working in close collaboration with the Curator and the Creative Communities Programme Lead who oversee both membership pogrammes:
○ Maintaining all communications channels with latest news, events and opportunities, i.e. Facebook groups, Instagram and WhatsApp group
○ Assisting in writing annual reports on activities and Marketing material for future programmes and membership promotions.
○ Assisting in organising events which are part of the annual membership programme
You will take responsibility for our two membership programmes: The Associate Membership consisting of professional artists and our Creative People Membership consisting of those who wish to engage more closely in creative activities.
This role will require good administration and marketing skills. You will work in close collaboration with your colleagues, support the team.

Essential Skills and Experience Desirable Skills and Experience

● Excellent project manager, multi-tasker
● Experience in membership organisations and membership management
● Marketing, communications and promotion
● Good administration skills
● Excellent communication skills
● IT literate (Google, Microsoft)
● Social Media and
● Ability to work independently and part of a team
● Friendly and engaging
● Sense of humour