Social Media Content Creator

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Role: Social Media Content Creator

Salary: Approximately £120.00 per day, negotiable depending on experience.

Dates: A fixed term contract from 18 June – 28 June 2022 (11 days).


We are looking for a Social Media Content Creator to lead the social media platforms for Little Amal’s walk through the UK in June 2022, New Steps New Friends.

In this full time short term role (18 June – 29 June 2022) you will be on the ground touring full time with Little Amal and the travelling crew. You will seek out interesting stories and voices from the communities that are welcoming Amal across the UK as well as the behind-the-scenes team creating her walk. You will be filming and fast-editing short pieces of social media content specifically for Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, with a focus on content that does not need to feel polished but instead gives audiences a sense of the atmosphere of Amal’s walks and the communities she meets. 

If you have any availability between now and 18 June 2022 we would like to employ you for an additional few days, to be allocated around your availability, when you will help The Walk’s Executive Producer, Artistic Director and partners across the UK to pre-plan and pre-design dynamic varied pieces of social content that will land during Amal’s walk.

You will be an excellent storyteller and people person, an engaging speaker with good interviewing skills, have a great eye for interesting stories and care deeply about bringing forward voices that are often not given the opportunity to tell their story.

You will be working alongside a videographer who will also be on the ground full time from 18 – 28 June 2022. They will be creating more polished short films which should complement the direct-to-platform pieces of content that you will be creating.

We are looking for someone able work at a fast pace and high capacity. We encourage you to make the role your own and to be curious about how it could be shaped.

We aim to create environments where all team members have the means, the confidence, the available channels to suggest, criticise and enhance our work – to add to collective thinking and practice their particular experience, skill and vision.

You can also download the Job Description by clicking the button below. If you would like to ask us anything about the role please contact us.

Thank you for your interest in this role. We look forward to receiving your application or discussing any questions or accessibility needs you may have.

How to apply

Applications should be made immediately but no later than 8pm on Monday 13 June 2022. Please send a short email to describing why you are interested in the role, confirming your availability and giving a few examples of your past work that achieved similar results to what we are looking for.

Please attach a short CV or show reel to your email.

Equality and Diversity

Our current team at The Walk Productions could better reflect the diverse communities with whom we work.  Our recruitment strategy places diversity as a core priority.

We are particularly interested in hearing from people who are under-represented in the arts sector due to their socio-economic status, ethnic background or disability.   We are particularly interested in applicants with lived or close experience of migration.

We aim to create environments where all team members have the means, the confidence, the available channels to suggest, criticise and enhance our work – to add collective thinking and practice their particular experience, skill and vision.

If you need this information in a different format or have any access requirements for interview, please contact us by email on or call 07540 433546.

Data Protection

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If you are the successful candidate, your application form will be retained and form the basis of your personnel record. Information provided by you on the equal opportunities monitoring form will be used to monitor The Walk Productions Limited’s equal opportunities practices. This information will be securely stored separately to your personal details. By submitting your completed application you are giving your consent to your data being stored and processed for the purpose of the recruitment process, equal opportunities monitoring, and, if you are the successful candidate, your personnel record. Please email if you would like a copy of The Walk Productions Limited’s Privacy Notice or to exercise any of your rights to access, change or request deletion of your data.