Talent and Events Producer
We are looking for a highly skilled and experienced Freelance Talent & Events Producer to work with us for 100 days from March 2017.
The successful candidate will work within a small but busy team of Talent and Events Producers focused on increasing the impact of the Amnesty movement. You will contribute to human rights change through maximising relationships with artists, creative partners and events. Your specific role will concentrate on:
- Supporting the newly formed Amnesty UK Ambassador Programme alongside another Talent Producer
- Creating and developing an artist cultivation plan for a flagship event linked to the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in 2018 alongside another Talent and Events Producer.
You will have demonstrable experience of working directly with celebrities/high profile artists, their managers, agents and publicists to deliver media coverage, campaigning, lobbying, growth and awareness objectives for an organisation(s). Alongside this, you’ll have significant experience of working on high-profile projects and events, and of working with data and admin systems.
Download a full brief and person specification below.
How to apply
Please submit an application in response to the brief below. It should include:
- A CV
- A covering letter outlining your suitability for the consultancy
Applications should be emailed to our Events and Artist Relations Managers Sarah.Ben-Tovim@amnesty.org.uk and Aikta.Hancock@amnesty.org.uk by midday on Friday 20 January. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 1 February.
Please contact Sarah and Aikta if you would like to discuss the brief in more detail.
- Freelance Talent and Events Producer - Brief and Person Specification