Head of Dance

Head of Dance

Tuesday, 5 May 2020, 12.00pm

The Arts Council is seeking a Head of Dance.

In this role, the Head of Dance will collaborate with the Arts Director, the arts teams and the Strategic Development Director and team, to ensure that the Arts Council’s commitment to Dance is appropriately incorporated into strategic decision-making and planning.

As a manager, the Head of Dance is expected to effectively contribute to the delivery of the organisation’s strategic goals.

Essential Knowledge, Experience and Skills
 Significant relevant experience in the arts of which at least three years should be at management level;
 A demonstrable commitment and interest in the development of Dance;
 An understanding of the policy environment for arts development, in particular for Dance and its related areas;
 An understanding of the key strategic issues relevant to arts development in the current environment;
 An ability to think analytically and communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively;
 Good interpersonal skills, including an ability to listen and negotiate;
 Evidence of experience/ability in strategy development and implementation;
 Evidence of experience/ability in managing funding and other client relationships;
 Excellent standards of written and oral communication;
 A commitment to high standards of public service;
 A proven ability and experience in management and administration.
 Strong team management and project management skills.

See link below for further details.



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