The Scottish Music Industry Association is looking for a campaign producer to lead its flagship project the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award. With the SAY Award entering its seventh year, it is looking to recruit a dedicated campaign producer to oversee the project, run the campaign and the Award Ceremony event itself.
The SAY Award has historically been split into the following stages
The campaign producer will be responsible for planning and delivering The SAY Award Campaign in collaboration with, and under guidance from, the SAY Award Steering Group.
The candidate will be required to:
With guidance from the steering group, the candidate will be expected to:
This candidate will:
There will also be an assistant campaign producer role. We will consult with the campaign producer before appointing the assistant.
Project dates: - Campaign Producer required March—September 2018 - Longlist launch: late July 2018 - Award Ceremony: end of August 2018
Place of work: you will be expected to work from home/hot desk (non recoupable) mostly
Fee: We can offer a fee of £7,000 (based on 35 days at £200 per day) dependent on experience and role suitability - Any additional sponsorship you secure will earn commission - Expenses: reasonable campaign related expenses will be covered
If you fulfill this criteria, please send your CV and a letter detailing your experience and explaining why you are the best person for this job, with at least two relevant references, to the SAY Award Steering Group: email@example.com by 18:00 on Wednesday 28 February 2018. We will interview the strongest candidates in the week commencing 5 March and make a decision shortly afterwards. We will announce the successful applicant on the SMIA website. We regret that we may be unable to respond to everyone individually.