Noctis Chamber ChoirArea: South West
Deadline: Tuesday 31 October 2017

Founded and directed by the renowned Francis Faux, Noctis consists of musicians from around the South West and has performed at a wide range of venues both locally and nationally, including Bath Abbey, the Holburne Museum, Bath International Music Festival and the Michael Tippett Centre.

Noctis’s repertoire includes traditional choral music as well as contemporary arrangements of popular songs, film scores and jazz standards, and their reputation as the chamber choir that delivers “angelic choral harmonies” continues to go from strength to strength.

Noctis Chamber Choir is looking for a Social Media Volunteer to regularly update its Twitter, Facebook and YouTube feeds, promoting Noctis to new and existing audiences.

  • Are you a ‘digital native’ with a flair for online communications and creative copywriting?
  • Are you social media savvy, confident with Twitter, Facebook and YouTube?
  • Are you passionate about music and the arts?

You will have strong online writing and editing skills, a keen eye for detail, and experience of producing and managing social media content in a personal, professional or educational setting. Experience or interest in music and the arts would be an advantage. You’ll be working remotely, so you’ll need to have access to a computer and the internet. It’s expected the role will take a few hours per week, and can be delivered flexibly to suit you.
If you are looking to gain valuable experience in digital communications and arts marketing - or put the skills you already have to good use - Noctis would love to hear from you!


  • Regularly updating and monitoring Noctis’ social media channels - Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
  • Planning and scheduling tweets and posts.
  • Encouraging others to share and comment on tweets and posts.
  • Replying promptly to online comments and messages.
  • Liaising with Noctis management team regarding social media objectives.
  • Being a positive ambassador for Noctis in all digital communications.


  • Excellent online writing skills.
  • Experience of producing and managing social media content in a personal, professional or educational setting.
  • Reliability, accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work remotely and independently within a small team.

To apply, please email with a copy of your CV and a covering letter explaining how your skills and experience make you a great fit for this role. For shortlisted candidates, interviews will be via Skype and you will be asked to provide two character references.