So, what do the wonderful staff at unity actually do?
April 7, 2011, 12:04 pm
Filed under: Staff

Paul Dunbar – Marketing & Distribution Officer

So Paul, what are your day-to-day tasks at unity?

My usual day-to-day tasks at unity are to design and send the weekly E-Bulletin to all 3000+ unity mailing listers, update print in front of house, update website listings and general maintenance of the site, ‘facebooking’ and ‘tweeting’, liaise with distribution companies and carry out distribution across the city, cover box office and liaise with companies who are bringing their show to us regarding print, video content for the web and photos.

How long have you worked at unity?

I’ve been in this position now since October 2009, doesn’t seem that long?! It’s flew by! But I was on an apprenticeship scheme in 2008 called ‘Creative Apprenticeships’ and studied Community Arts Management here at unity for a year, so technically I’ve been here since 2008.

What have you enjoyed since working at unity?

The many different opportunities it throws up and the exciting things that you can get involved with. The unity is a very ‘open-arms’ and ‘broad-minded’ organisation which again, can throw opportunities your way. For example, I had the pleasure of being a part of ‘Upside Down, Wrong Way Round’ in which I lead on creating the music along side ‘Hope Street Ltd Apprentices’ Jen Cattrell and Matthew Groves. This was an amazing opportunity and I’m so proud of what was created and would definately take part in a project like that again at unity.

Is there anything you would change about unity or your job?

To be honest, there have been so many changes at unity already for the better and there are going to be so many more, so there’s nothing I would change about unity or my job. It’s just exciting to see unity flourish again and rapidly get back to where it deserves to be.

Check back soon where we’ll have another unity staff member talking about what they do at unity and what it means to them.


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