The Dublin Book Festival which runs from the 12th – 15th November 2015 is looking for an Online Marketing Assistant to join their team.
The successful candidate will work alongside the Dublin Book Festival’s in-house web content manager to develop relevant online content in advance, during and post festival. The candidate will be responsible for publishing all content on the festival website and relevant social media platforms.
Content will include:
- Conducting interviews with participating authors and publishers
- News about literary festivals and other news. Blogging up to and during the festival managing social media competitions and PR exercises.
Marketing experience, as well as a working knowledge of the publishing industry would be desirable.
This is a contract position. Working hours are flexible so long as all set deliverables are achieved.
To apply, please send a current CV and covering letter to email@example.com.
Deadline: 11am, Monday, 17 August
Marketing and Administrative Assistant
We are looking for an administrative assistant to help in organising this year’s festival. The assistant will work closely with the Programme Director in liaising with authors, booksellers and publishers in order to make sure that the structure of the festival runs smoothly, as well as marketing for the festival. Candidates must be proficient in MS Office programmes, have fluent English and a knowledge of the publishing industry would be desirable, but not essential. We are looking for people with excellent communication skills as well as the ability to work as part of a team.
*The internship offered is unpaid, however, travel expenses and a small fee at the end of the festival will be covered. Days worked are flexible and will be 2 days per week. Applicants must have the facility to work from home. To apply for this internship, send a current CV and Covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing Date: 24th July, 2015
The time has come once again, and preparations for Dublin Book Festival 2015 have begun. Books are being read, ideas hatched and a programme is in the making. We love hearing about new books, authors and ideas, so we are asking publishers, authors and readers to get in touch with any ideas or suggestions for this year’s festival programme.
We are delighted to announce this year’s festival dates – Thursday 12 November – Sunday 15 November 2015.
I look forward to hearing from you and seeing you all in November!
Julianne Mooney, Programme Director