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Marketing Manager

£21,432 - £24,568 per annum dependant on experience

Sherman Cymru is seeking a dynamic Marketing Manager with excellent communication skills who will deliver imaginative marketing campaigns and maximise and create PR and media opportunities for all areas of Sherman Cymru activity. The successful candidate will plan and implement all campaigns and oversee the day-to-day running of Sherman Cymru's marketing team.

Welsh speaking candidates are particularly welcome to apply.

Closing date: 12pm, Friday 12 June 2015
Interviews: Thursday 25 or Friday 26 June 2015


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Trustees

Sherman Cymru Cardiff’s producing and presenting theatre is seeking Trustees to join their Board.

We are looking for Trustees who will see the beyond the horizon as well as the detail; who will provoke, encourage and facilitate staff in a way that helps nurture and nourish the on-going and developing governance needs of the charity.

We are looking to add to the diversity of our Trustees with experience/knowledge and skills in the following areas:   Fundraising, Commercial Trading, Income Generation, Playwriting, Arts Marketing/Audience Development, Finance, Creative Learning/Teaching/Youth Theatre.

The company is also looking for Trustees who would have an interest in developing their role over the next year to that of Chair and Vice Chair of the company.

Our building is fully accessible both FOH and backstage and we would particularly welcome interest from prospective Trustees from diverse backgrounds, and Welsh speaking people. 

In the first instance, prospective Trustees are offered the opportunity to speak informally to our current Chair with expressions of interest and queries (see information pack).

For further information please contact recruitment@shermancymru.co.uk

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