(35 hours per week. Permanent contract. Salary from £23k p.a. Office location is Belfast)
Are you someone who is excited about the prospect of working in an innovative company where creativity and partnership is at the heart of everything that we do?
Arts & Business NI (A&B NI) prides itself on building a culture where our people bring the gift of their creativity and passion to the organisation and where innovation is the work of everybody.
We work with almost 200 cultural and private sector members. Our fresh thinking and unique insight helps our members thrive. We find new ways for businesses to grow and arts organisations to flourish.
We are looking for a highly organised and enthusiastic individual to join our team.The Arts Programme Co-ordinator role will provide pro-active support to the Head of Arts on sector development, arts membership, projects and programme delivery. This role will report directly to the Head of Arts.
You will have at least 2 years experience in an arts or cultural organisation in an administrative or operations role. The role requires a high degree of project management and organisational skills, initiative, accuracy and professionalism.
Applicant Pack (downloadable below) includes:
Please send your completed application form and monitoring form by hard copy or via email to Sarah Mackey at firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 30 January 2020 12noon. Postal address: FAO: Sarah Mackey, Arts & Business NI, Bridge House, 2 Paulett Avenue, Belfast, BT5 4HD.
Please note: shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview on Wednesday 12 February 2020. Following Round 1 interviews there will be a further shortlist selected who will be invited to attend a second interview on Tuesday 18 February 2020.
Arts & Business NI is an equal opportunities employer.
Arts & Business NI’s Principal Funder is the Arts Council of Northern Ireland
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Arts & Business is generously supported by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.