World Weather Network (WWN) Co-ordinator

  • Job title – World Weather Network (WWN) Co-ordinator
  • Role type – Part-time, 2 days per week
  • Contract type – Fixed-term for 12 months
  • Based – In our office in Clerkenwell, London (please see our office access statement)
  • Reporting to – WWN Commissioning Editor 
  • Salary – £32,500 (pro-rata)

Application Dates

Deadline for applications – 10:00 GMT, Monday 28 March 2022

Interviews will be held 2-weeks following the application deadline 

About Artangel

Artangel has been producing exceptional art experiences in unusual places for over three decades, find out more about what we do here.

The team that makes these projects happen is small, creative, and driven. We all meet regularly and every opinion is heard and valued. Our roles are clearly delineated, but collaboration, respect, and mutual support are essential for the success of the extraordinary projects we produce.

We are receptive to tailoring roles to the working styles and strengths of different people and supporting our employees as their career develops at Artangel. As an organisation, we learn from our team's perspectives and experience and we work to recruit people from diverse backgrounds to maintain this valuable insight.

Image: Marina Doritis (standing) at a meeting with charity shop workers and Miranda July for the artist's project Artangel & Miranda July present Norwood Jewish Charity Shop, London Buddhist Centre Charity Shop & Spitalfields Crypt Trust Charity Shop in solidarity with Islamic Relief Charity Shop at Selfridges (2017). Photograph: Hugo Glendinning


Purpose of the role

The WWN Co-ordinator will work closely with our WWN Commissioning Editor, Tony Guillan, and Artangel Associate Directors, James Lingwood, and Michael Morris. You will be based at Artangel’s office in London EC1 and line managed by Tony Guillan.

You will play a key role within the core team at the heart of a worldwide network of 28 arts organisations and artists producing new artwork to be experienced on the platform of the WWN, a new global partnership instigated by Artangel in 2021.     

The World Weather platform will go live on 21 June 2022.  All 28 partners in the network are commissioning content for the platform for delivery between June 2022 and June 2023.

Specific responsibilities 

  • Co-ordinate delivery of digital content and assets for the platform produced by 28 WWN partner organisations to a schedule agreed with the WWN Commissioning Editor
  • Support WWN Commissioning Editor in gathering artist and network partner assets/bios ready for the launch of the WW platform
  • Support WWN Commissioning Editor and Artangel in ensuring assets for a series of special events and programmes on the platform are delivered in a timely fashion so as to maximise marketing and press plans
  • Work with WWN Commissioning Editor to set up email marketing, GDPR and manage email newsletters
  • Be the first point of contact for general and network partner CMS issues
  • Manage WWN social media channels within overall digital marketing strategy agreed with WWN Commissioning Editor
  • Co-ordinate meetings of working groups comprising individuals from WWN (currently Steering Group, Platform Group, Programme Group and Artists’ Group)
  • Support WWM Commissioning Editor and WWN advisor Jesse Ringham with press and advocacy marketing on ecology and climate change

Skills and Experience 

  • Strong organisational skills
  • Ability to work under time pressure
  • Experience of video and sound editing
  • Experience of producing short content and posting on social media applications
  • Experience of managing social media channels and social management software (e.g Hootsuite and Later)
  • A flair for social media marketing and community building across different social platforms
  • An understanding of tone of voice and the best use of visuals and other creative media in order to cut-through
  • An understanding of the principles of SEO, sharing and linking for traffic management across multiple channels
  • Experience in using Google Analytics to monitor, evaluate and report on performance and engagement on socials

How to Apply

To apply for this role, please share your CV and a cover letter illustrating how your experiences match the job description, to with the subject line 'World Weather Network (WWN) Co-ordinator: Application'. 


Please see our office access statement and contact us at to discuss any adjustments you might need as part of the application process. We are happy to reimburse your travel costs for attending an interview at our office. Artangel collects and processes your personal information in order to assess your application and to provide aggregated, anonymous monitoring data to our main funder, Arts Council England.

You can see our full privacy notice at for details on what personal information we collect, how we process it and how it is stored and deleted securely.