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Marketing & Communications Assistant - Pot Heads Pottery

Admin, Communications, Marketing & Operations



The Pot Heads are hiring!  We are looking for a dynamic and organised individual who would like to become part of a small, growing team as the Pot Head population expands!



About Pot Heads Pottery …

Founded by community artist Tasha Bee in 2019, The Pot Heads were born out of her love for sharing creative processes and making art accessible to people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.  After realising how playful and tactile clay can be as a material, and developing a method of making pots that could be demonstrated step-by-step, she developed the Pot Head workshops and started running them in the community. 

She is passionate about encouraging social interaction through creativity and enjoys working with a variety of different groups, from community sessions to private bookings like Birthday’s, Hen Parties and Corporate team-building, to working with charities and marginalised groups.  Each and every Pot Head is totally unique, and there have now been over 5,000 Pot Heads created, the community is ever growing… 

Our core values are creativity, inclusivity and accessibility, and our mission is to improve wellbeing and strengthen community through creative play.  We believe that you don’t have to be ‘an artist’ to make art and enjoy creative process. You can find out more about The Pot Heads on the About page.



About You … 

We are looking for a new team member who has great admin and organisational skills to come on board and help manage the day-to-day running of the business as we expand and grow.  You will also need to be passionate and knowledgeable about marketing and able to work with the brand to engage with our current audience as well as reach new customers and build and maintain excellent relationships with other organisations and individuals. If you are successful within the role, there will be an opportunity to grow along with The Pot Heads and we hope to find someone who would like to be a member of the team long-term, with the role turning into a permanent position.


You will need to be Bristol based, as although some of this role can be done remotely, we would like you to be based at our studio in St Werburghs some days. You will need to be able to work with flexibility and manage your own time efficiently as this is a freelance position.


DETAILS

The position will be on a self-employed, freelance contract for an initial period of 12 weeks, if the applicant is successful in their role, there will be the opportunity to expand in hours and responsibilities.


10 - 15 hours per week - Flexible & to be spread out across the week (ie. one hour per day for responding to emails etc, plus one full day working on marketing/admin tasks/other projects) 

(There may also be the option for additional hours to help with general studio duties such as preparing for workshops, assisting with packaging etc)

£12 per hour - You will be responsible for invoicing at the end of each month, and for your own tax and NI contributions as a self-employed contractor. Hourly rate/salary will be reviewed at the end of the 12 week probationary period, with a view to increase to £15 per hour.



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SKILLS:

We are looking for someone who is passionate about using their skills to help a small, creative business to grow and expand and has relevant experience, so please give as much detail about your experience within your application as you can… specifically with the following:










APPLICATIONS WILL CLOSE AS SOON AS WE HAVE ENOUGH SUITABLE APPLICANTS TO INVITE TO INTERVIEW, SO PLEASE APPLY PROMPTLY IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE TEAM!

IDEALLY THE POSITION WOULD START FROM THE BEGINNING OF JUNE.

To apply, please send a short covering letter detailing why you would like to join the Pot Heads team, how you align with our values, your relevant experience and a little about yourself - along with an up to date CV to: tasha@peacefulpots.co.uk