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The Digital Content Producer will be a key role within the marketing team and wider Communications and Engagement Directorate, reporting to the Senior Marketing Manager. The producer will work across the entire Institute to enhance the quality of digital content produced, to amplify the Turing's research impact, and build relationships with our various audiences. This position will take ownership of the digital content function and lead on content creation for the brand and engagement activities like AI UK and The Turing Lectures.
The Digital Content Producer plays a key role in creating content that shares the Institute’s story and vision, promoting the brand and makes impact across many different digital platforms. With significant experience in video and audio broadcast solutions, you will be responsible for conceptualising, filming, editing, and producing video and audio content on behalf of the Institute. This role will work across internal and external stakeholders including managing shoots both on and off site often to demanding schedules. You will lead on innovative content that motivates, inspires, informs and educates. You will be responsible for setting the quality standards for digital content, according to the Institute brand identity.
With an extensive background in broadcast production, you will play a key part in a variety of strategic outputs. You will be called on to deliver high-level technical tuition and consultation on the use and production of digital content. This will involve responsibility for oversight of tender processes in external consultation third parties, contractors or freelancers to ensure the Turing acquires optimal products and services when interacting with digital media and production.
The postholder will be an integral part of the Turing's commitment to leading the public conversation. The role holder will oversee various communication channels including the corporate YouTube channel, podcast networks, internal video platforms and delivery to external platforms on request. This includes not only the production and creation of content, but ensuring the success of external platforms. The role-holder is also responsible for creating in-house films for the internal network, such as ‘how to’ webinars and corporate films.
As Digital Content Producer you will be a specialist audio producer, audio engineer and sound designer, with high level of ability in photography, lighting, camera handling, and postproduction of digital images and graphic design.
You will be responsible for producing The Turing Podcast, a popular output designed for the public, as well as the data science and artificial intelligence community. This includes full production, managing the guest lists, show planning, recording, editing and uploading to streaming platforms. In conjunction with this, the role requires liaising with media teams to facilitate the Turing participating in interviews and ensuring broadcasts are of a consistently high broadcast standard.
It is imperative for the role holder to foster a spirit of innovation, by developing new skills and adopting new technologies on a frequent basis in order to provide cutting edge content to the organisation as well as ensuring their knowledge base is always prepared for consultation and management of projects that involve tech.
DUTIES AND AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
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CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Sunday 12th February 2023 at 23:59
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This full time post is offered on a permanent basis. The annual salary is £36,236 plus excellent benefits, including flexible working and family friendly policies, https://www.turing.ac.uk/work-turing/why-work-turing/employee-benefits
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EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
The Alan Turing Institute is committed to creating an environment where diversity is valued and everyone is treated fairly. In accordance with the Equality Act, we welcome applications from anyone who meets the specific criteria of the post regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
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