Executive Producer (full-time)

Executive Producer (full-time)

Friday, 10 December 2021, 12.00pm

Carlow Arts Festival is hiring for three roles:

  • Executive Producer (full-time)
  • Creative Producer (part-time)
  • Communications and Development Manager (part-time, maternity cover)

See details below.

Executive Producer (full-time)
The Executive Producer is a senior management role within the organisation and will work closely with the Artistic Director/CEO to support the delivery of the festivals  strategic and artistic goals and ambitions. We’re looking for someone who believes in the role of transformative art, diverse perspectives and inclusion, seeks out virtuosic artists to resonate, inspire and collaborate with our local community, and who has strong organisational and entrepreneurial skills. You will be adept at working with and mobilising small teams, local people, funders and other vital stakeholders.

Creative Producer (part-time)
The Creative Producer is a new role within the organisation and is a core member of the festival team. He/She/They will work closely with the Artistic Director/CEO and Executive Producer to support the delivery of Carlow Arts Festival’s five key strategic properties for 2021-23 with a key focus on building inclusion and participation within our festival programme. The Creative Producer will be supported by the festival’s Artist Liaison and Outreach Coordinator to deliver this.

Communications and Development Manager (part-time, maternity cover)
Carlow Arts Festival (CAF) is seeking an experienced, energetic and creative Communications and Development Manager to undertake the delivery of our ambitious communications and development strategy on a part-time maternity cover basis. We’re looking for someone who is passionate about the arts and is an avid consumer of it across all forms and expressions, someone who is meticulously organised, administratively strong, and who has experience working in the arts. The Communications and Development Manager is a key member of the CAF team. The role will include the management of institutional marketing, press and publicity, and the development of strategies for audience development, income generation and can join the dots between sector role players and funders.

See full details on all three roles at the link below.

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