Arts Development Manager

Arts Development Manager

Tuesday, 1 September 2020, 11.55pm

Do you have a passion for programming exciting and aspirational arts events and festivals in both urban and rural locations?

Are you looking for a rewarding and varied role in the arts that delivers real impacts by working in partnership with communities, organisations and local, national and international artists?

North Lincolnshire Council is recruiting an Arts Development Manager to join its innovative Culture and Creative Partnerships team to drive forward its ambitions to make North Lincolnshire a leading area for arts and culture.

The ideal candidate will be a dynamic and entrepreneurial individual with a passion for the arts including dance, film, music, spoken word, theatre, outdoor arts, the visual arts and community co-curation.

You will have a proven track record of successfully applying for funding and then delivering major projects and events. You must be able to advocate for the arts and build positive relationships with diverse communities and stakeholders. You will enjoy working collaboratively and also using your own initiative.

As a talented and focused project manager you will be able to lead high quality programmes in multiple art forms and manage competing deadlines. An excellent working knowledge of health and safety and safeguarding is essential to this post.

North Lincolnshire is a rural area with picturesque villages and an urban centre with a number of award-winning cultural venues including 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, North Lincolnshire Museum and Normanby Hall Country Park. It is within easy reach of the North East and the East Midlands. The motorway network enables easy access to major cities. Information about what North Lincolnshire has to offer is available at http://www.visitnorthlincolnshire.com/

If you are interested in joining us to achieve better outcomes for residents and communities in North Lincolnshire and would like an informal discussion about this role, please call Michelle Lally on 01724 296534.

For further details, visit the link below.

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Published on 29 July 2020

 

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