Arts Development Project Manager
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Deadline Wednesday 31 January 2018
Salary £5000 inc. plus travel expenses
Hours A minimum of 40 days during Feb 2018-Jan 2019
Interview Date week commencing 5th February
We are seeking a talented, enthusiastic and experienced Project Manager who has experience of socially engaged arts practice and events management on both large and small scales, for our forthcoming Arts Development commissioned work in Foxhill, Bath.
Creativity Works is part of a consortium alongside Kilter and Bath Dance who have successfully won the contract to deliver arts development activities in the Foxhill area of Bath. The successful candidate will become part of the team, aiming to inspire participants and residents in the area through a high-quality array of socially engaged arts activities. There will be two large-scale events as part of the programme, as well as a number of other workshops, courses and projects.
To project manage the arts activity in Foxhill on behalf of the consortium
Main tasks and duties:
To co-ordinate the arts activity including liaising with artists, participants and venues, booking rooms and other activity spaces
To lead on co-ordination and management of the 2 large-scale events
To attend planning, stakeholder and co-producer meetings as and when necessary and to take minutes of the meetings
To lead on the creation and production of any marketing materials in collaboration with CW Admin and Comms Coordinator
To collate all monitoring and feedback and produce appropriate evaluation reports
To work alongside the Cultural Producers to identify potential participants, audiences and stakeholders
Contract type: Freelance
Post Title: Arts Development Project Manager
Responsible to: Creativity Works Director and other consortium partner leads
Based at: Flexible: we anticipate a mix of home working, CW office in Radstock, and sites in Foxhill, Bath
Hours of Work: To be discussed with consortium
Please send a CV and covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4, outlining your relevant experience and your reasons for applying for this particular role to: Oliver Jones - email@example.com
Deadline: 12pm Wed 31st January
Interviews to be held in the week of Feb 5th
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