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The Craftology Project was born in August 2022 after our shop “Craftology” had been running around 10 months. We run free creative workshops at the shop twice a week and we wanted to grow this into ...

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Social Media Assistant

Organisation role · Flexible hours
GL5 2HE, Stroud, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
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The Craftology Project
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Summary

We are looking for volunteers to help with our social media platforms. Sharing posts, answering messages and promoting our project.

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We are a non profit organisation with 3 sections to our business.


The Craftology Shop

The Craftology Project

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This role would be prefect for someone who has an interest in social media, has time to spare to schedule posts and answer comments or messages.


Its a flexible role that can be done at times to suit the applicant.


We have Facebook, Twitter and Instagram active accounts but we would also like to restart our TikTok account.


We ideally would like one person for each account.

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About The Craftology Project

The Craftology Project was born in August 2022 after our shop “Craftology” had been running around 10 months. We run free creative workshops at the shop twice a week and we wanted to grow this into something more.

The project is located in the beautiful market town of Nailsworth which is in the heart of the Cotswolds and we are very lucky to have our location in a very beautiful old building.

We currently offer 2 days a week of home education, which is sustainable and project based. You can also book your birthday parties, workshops and creative retreats with us.

The founder of Craftology has been running creative businesses since 2015, selling with Theo Paphitis, Wayfair, The Craft Store and also in her own shop in Stroud. Previous to this she was a psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist for the Youth Justice Team and she has also worked for CAMHS, The Special Education Service, Wotton Lawn, managed two residential homes for adults with autism and has home educated her own sons with SEND.