Website and Content Assistant – Part-Time, 12 month Fixed Term contract

Website and Content Assistant – Part-Time, 12 month Fixed Term contract

We are seeking to appoint a Website and Content Assistant who will assist in the updating, developing and monitoring of the National Theatre of Scotland website and assist with the implementation of the content strategy. This varied and exciting role will suit someone with an interest in content and digital marketing and excellent organisational skills, who is open to new learning and development experiences.



Annual salary: £18,000 per annum (pro rata)
Status: 12 months, fixed term contract
Holiday entitlement: 34 days per annum (including public holidays) pro rata
Probationary period: 3 months
Notice period: 1 month
Hours of work: 14 hours (2 days) per week and as necessary to fulfil the scope of responsibilities within the post.
Additional Hours: To be agreed in advance including attendance at National Theatre of Scotland performances, rehearsals and meetings out with office hours.
Place of work: Based in our office in Glasgow but will be expected to attend events, performances and briefings wherever there is or expected to be a Company presence.
Pension: The Company makes an 8% contribution into the company’s group personal pension plan on condition that the employee makes a minimum contribution of 4%.


To apply for the role please refer to the Job Pack:

Website and Content Assistant | Covering Letter for applicants (Opens PDF, 74KB)
Website and Content Assistant | Job Description (Opens PDF, 72KB)
About National Theatre of Scotland (PDF, 109KB)
Diversity Monitoring Form (Opens a link)


Once you have read the Job Pack, please send your application to:

Fiona Hanrahan at


Fiona Hanrahan
National Theatre of Scotland
125 Craighall Road
G4 9TL


The closing date for applications is 12noon on Friday 31 January 2020.

Interviews will be held in Glasgow on Tuesday 11 February.


The National Theatre of Scotland acknowledges the need and right of everyone connected with the organisation to be treated with respect and dignity in an environment in which a diversity of backgrounds and experience is valued.

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