Artist Development Officer with Improvised Music Company

Artist Development Officer with Improvised Music Company

Sunday, 15 May 2022, 5.00pm

IMC is committed to developing career opportunities for Irish jazz and creative improvising musicians both in Ireland and abroad. We are looking for a part-time Artist Development Officer to engage with the various arts communities to deliver and expand on our development programmes. This role is most suited to persons with excellent communication skills and experience in different areas of the arts, with a passion for building and maintaining artist-focused initiatives.

This is a part-time position, 2 days per week and may require additional days/weekends based on IMC's events output. IMC currently works in a hybrid capacity, with a number of days per week working from home, frequent on-site live events (largely in Dublin), and other meetings in our Dublin office space. Candidates will need to be resident in Ireland, as IMC remains based in Dublin.

There is also the possibility of a position combining this Artist Development Officer role with Communications Officer or Production Coordinator roles for candidates with the relevant skills and experience - please see the relevant Role Descriptions.
One CV and cover letter may be submitted for multiple roles and should specify which role or roles are the subject of the application.

Fuller details, role description, and how to apply at the link below.

IMC is a not-for-profit resource and promotions company for jazz and creative improvised music in Ireland. We operate across a wide range of areas, from locally-based artist development programmes to major pan-European festivals, with public-facing and artist-facing programmes of activity, including many events which are key dates in the Irish and European arts calendars. Working with peers including Europe Jazz Network, Music Alliance Ireland, and Irish Jazz Forum, we are at the forefront of creative improvised music in Ireland, working with artists in genres from cutting-edge contemporary jazz to rich traditions of world music, and including community and youth-focused arts.

A role with IMC is ideal for persons with a passion for music, strong practical skills and a willingness to develop and learn in a variety of circumstances. Working with us currently involves both regular remote work and on-site work at a variety of dynamic events. As part of a small team, you will have the opportunity to work closely with experienced colleagues and peers, and to lead on a variety of projects. Working with IMC is an opportunity to engage with and support a dynamic area of the Irish arts scene into its best possible future.

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