Virtual Festival Curator
This year the Natural History Consortium is collaborating with the University of Bath’s Public Engagement Unit to host the UK’s first virtual science festival as part of the 2019 Festival of Nature
programme. The Festival will be run through the iVent platform which has previously been used for virtual open days at the University of Bath.
We expect the virtual festival’s digital content to include video, audio, images, live chats and broadcast, immersive applications, social media and other applications as supported by the iVent
We are looking for an experienced, audience-focused, curator who is comfortable working with digital content in a virtual environment. Experience of event planning, management and organisation is essential as is the ability to recognise high quality content that is suitable for the virtual festival. Experience creating or working with digital content including videos, live chats and
social media would also be essential. Confidence and communication skills (both verbal and written) to allow working with a variety of partners including researchers from the University of Bath and other consortium member organisations. Experience of volunteer management to work with the NHC’s team of festival volunteers would also be desirable as well as interest or experience of
environmental or natural history topics.
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