Assistant Commissioning Editor: Digital Content, Tate, London

Assistant Commissioning Editor: Digital Content
Fixed-term, 1 year Part-time, 2 days (14.4 hours) per week (Job Share)
Tate Media, Tate Britain, Millbank, London

The Tate Media department is responsible for conceiving, commissioning and producing high quality editorial content across a range of digital media, in order to connect broad audiences with art and to extend Tate’s reach and reputation.

This fantastic opportunity assists in the planning and delivery of digital editorial texts around Tate’s programmes for Tate’s digital channels, assisting the Commissioning Editor in creating, editing and commissioning content that connects a broad audience with art.

You will have excellent writing, editorial and proof-reading skills with demonstrable experience of writing for the web and planning schedules and keeping to deadlines. You should also have experience of digital image editing (preferably using Photoshop) and an understanding of image copyright specifically as relates to artists and artworks. Proven understanding of and interest in engaging content for online audiences is essential.

For more information and to apply please visit: http://workingat.tate.org.uk/pages/job_search_view.aspx?jobId=1843

Closing date: 26 September 2014 at midnight BST
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About kirstieb

I am currently Commissioning Editor: Digital Content at Tate in the UK. I've been at Tate for 10 years in various roles, from interpretation to digital interaction, and now focus on commissioning and writing feature articles about art and artists in Tate's programme.

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