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Work with us: 
Digital Marketing and Comms Strategy Manager
We're looking for a creative individual to help us reach new audiences with a range of exciting projects throughout 2022

Read the full job description and how to apply here

2022 will see Lepus realise a number of substantial projects including a series for BBC Radio 4, an audio drama with The Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh and development of new filmed and live work.


We are now seeking a Digital Manager to help us ensure we are staying connected with, and building audiences.


This is a highly creative role with the chance to input personality into developing content and engaging with audiences before, during and after releases and performances.


You’ll have the opportunity to work with a range of artists to develop material. We are looking for someone with strong skills in:

- Video and audio editing
- Photo editing
- Writing interesting and arresting copy

​- Build and develop effective data driven strategies to best engage audiences


You will be working as part of the skilled and encouraging team at Lepus. It’s a happy place.

See below for full details and deadlines.

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"I feel like I might open a cupboard in their office and find, say, an ice cream
van, or a clog dancer, and
not bat an eyelid."

Script editor, Kate leys, on working with Lepus

Photograph: Mihaela Bodlovic

Deadline: 3 January 2022. Interviews will be done remotely on Zoom from 10 January 2022. 

This is a freelance position, starting at one day a week and increasing in hours as we approach each project. This role can be carried out remotely.


Please see full job spec, fees and break down of the role here.

Please email if you have any further questions about the role

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