Job vacancy – Creative Marketing Coordinator:

Poet in the City is looking for a talented Creative Marketing Coordinator to produce digital content and communications that inspires and engages Poet in the City’s key audiences. If you are the sort of person who loves creative writing, is technologically savvy, extremely organised and up for getting stuck-in, we’d love to welcome you to our small and dynamic team!

This post is offered as part of the Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries Programme, aimed specifically at recent graduates from low-income backgrounds looking to start a career in the arts.

The placement includes training, mentoring and the opportunity to go to Europe along with other people taking part in the programme.

In order to be eligible applicants must:

  • Have graduated from a first degree (BA or equivalent) within the past two years (i.e. in 2015, 2016 or 2017. No minimum grade required AND
  • Have received a full maintenance grant during the full period of their course and be able to verify it with the necessary paperwork AND
  • Be a full-time UK resident. 

For more information about us, details about the role, eligibility and how you can apply click here

To download the application form click here.

Complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form here.

Deadline for all applications is MIDNIGHT 30th November 2017

Please email if you have any questions.

About Poet in the City

Poet in the City brings poetry to life beyond books, producing classic and contemporary poetry performances taking on major ideas, issues and people. We showcase biopics, use poetry to animate moments of cultural and social change, and create dramatic poetry experiences in major arts venues and unusual spaces. We want to make live poetry a popular art form, and are bringing large and diverse audiences to events everywhere from the British Museum and the Barbican, to Richmix, St Pauls’ Cathedral and hotels across the city. Our programme is supported by a thriving community of volunteers, and we are training a talented group of 16-25s to be the next generation of poetry producers.