Storythings is looking for a Brighton-based Operations Coordinator to start as soon as possible supporting the Head of Production in running our day-to-day operations. This is a new role at Storythings and will be an initial six-month contract with the potential to extend.
Salary: £27,000 pro rata
Hours: Part-time, 2.5 days a week/ 17.5 hours per week. These hours can be spread over a minimum of three days or across a full five day working week.
The role will suit someone who likes to work across multiple projects and tasks, and also takes pride in knowing their work helps support a busy company and colleagues.
They will work across a number of areas including finance, HR, project admin and social media, handling invoice processing, developing contracts for new clients, helping to set up project folders and documents, creating freelancer contracts, and posting on our Twitter and LinkedIn accounts. You don’t need lots of experience in all of these areas – we will happily provide support and training where you need and would like it. The most important thing is that you have worked for a couple of years in an office environment, and are keen to learn.
At the moment, our team is mainly working from home due to Covid-19, but we would ideally like to spend some time together in person in our Brighton office to introduce you to the role and so you can get to know us.
Contact details and how to apply
Please send us your CV detailing your working experience so far, and a cover letter telling us about you and why you’d like to work with us to email@example.com by Thursday 8th July 2021.
We will acknowledge receipt of your email and be in touch directly to talk further if we feel your skills and experience are right for us. This will be through Zoom or similar.
Please note we’re not interested in working with agencies or recruiters.
Storythings is a strategy and content company with a simple mission: We help good people tell important stories in fascinating ways. We’re deep thinkers and multi-disciplinary storytellers – we make films, podcasts, animation, illustration. We obsess over formats and story structure. We’re fascinated by attention and behaviours. We believe in turning comms into culture. Our team of strategists and makers have cabinets filled with Baftas, Emmys and Webbys. We work with a global network of talent located across India, Latin America, Europe and the USA.
We’re a company that’s serious about its commitment to diversity and inclusion, and the responsibility of being an ally to under-represented minorities. We represent diverse people in our projects, and always look to hire people and talent from a wide variety of backgrounds across race (particularly Black communities), age, gender, ethnicity and social class. We believe that by creating an honest, bias-free and open work environment for all of our employees and freelance talent, we’ll build happier, stronger and more productive teams.