Project Arts Centre is seeking a Co-ordinator for its Project Potential Programme (p/t). Project Potential is the new home for access and engagement work at Project. We are looking for someone with energy, experience, commitment and enthusiasm to support the growth of this area of work in the organisation, and to manage the daily operations involved.
This work crosses all other areas of work in Project but the successful candidate will work particularly closely with the Marketing and Communications team.
At this time of restrictions due to the global pandemic, we are keen to seize the opportunity to make time and space to prioritise diversity and equality. We are aware that there is no quick fix so, alongside the management of existing programmes, we would like the successful candidate to play an active role in contributing to and rolling out our next five-year plan.
Project Arts Centre is more than a venue. Built around a community of artists, audiences, members, staff, board members and other stakeholders, it is:
- A home for contemporary arts
- An artist resource
- A critical hub.
The Project Potential Coordinator will be an important member of the Project Arts Centre team who will report to directly to General Manager.
Project is an artist-led organisation. Applications are welcome from artists and all candidates with relevant experience. We would like to encourage applications by candidates from a diversity of national, ethnic or cultural groups (including, but not limited to, Asian, Black, Traveller and minority ethnic, refugees, people with disabilities, and from working-class and LGBTQI+ communities).
- Applications should be sent to Orla Moloney, General Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on Thursday 3rd September – please include the reference Project Potential Coordinator on your application.
- Applicants should supply their CV and a cover letter outlining their interest in the position and relevant experience.
- Interviews will take place on Wednesday 9th September.