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Monday 8th February 2016 at 2pm 0 Comments Music & Opera , Drama , Literature , Visual Arts , Building Peace through the Arts: Re-Imaging Communities , Voluntary Arts

The following jobs are being advertised by the Arts Council or on behalf of client organisations. For application packs and further information on external positions please contact the organisations directly

Freelance evaluation consultant - Streetwise Community Circus

Streetwise Community Circus seeking the services of a part-time free-lance consultant to carry out the following services:

• Oversee evaluation of projects in line with funding bodies’ requirements.
• To oversee Streetwise Community Circus input into partner bodies evaluations.
• Carry out evaluation of specific Streetwise Community Circus projects. The number and nature of these will be agreed with the board on an annual basis in line with an agreed evaluation strategy.
• To provide research into new areas for project development
• To provide an annual evaluation strategy to be agreed annually

Fees:

We have a fixed budget of £4,000 per year based on £25 per hour 160 hours. The contract will be for 1 year with the Streetwise Community Circus board having the option of renewing the contract for up to a further 4 years.

Employment will be on a free-lance, Self-employed basis.

Applicants require the following expertise:

• Experience or producing previous evaluation
• Experience of carrying out independent research
• Knowledge of social circus projects

Applicants should provide the following information:

1. Full academic CV (by email)
2. A copy of at least two previous evaluations
3. A written description of how they fit the expertise requirements. (by email)

Email:streetwisecircus@gmail.com

The deadline for these to be received is 4.00pm Thursday 30th June 2016.

 

Project co-ordinator - Arts Care

 

Arts Care and The Pushkin Trust are seeking a dynamic, well organised arts co-ordinator to support the delivery of the innovative ‘Let the Dance Begin’ Arts/Environment Health and Well Being Partnership Project in Strabane, Co Tyrone

Maximum fee for the role (see terms and conditions on the webpage below):£4,000 in 2016/17 (project activity runs from September 2016 to end of March 2017 – estimated 40 days of engagement, 7.5 hours a day)

Base: Arts Care Office, 2 Crescent Gardens, Belfast, BT7 1NS/the Pushkin Trust Office, Baronscourt, Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone BT78 4EZ

Location of project: Derry City & Strabane District Council area

Four copies of your tender proposal should be submitted to our office at 2 Crescent Gardens, Belfast BT7 1NS by Friday 15th July at 4pm

Late submissions will not be considered

Interviews are intended to be on Thursday 28th July 2016 at the Pushkin Trust Headquarters at Baronscourt Estate, Newtownstewart. Successful applicants will be contacted for interview by the 22nd July 2016.

For more information and a full tender specification, please visit www.artscare.co.uk/jobs

 

Project co-ordinator (Here and Now Project) - Arts Care

Arts Care Ltd, Northern Ireland’s leading Arts and Health Charity, invites tenders for one contract as follows:

Tender for highly motivated and experienced, self-employed Project Co-ordinator (7.5 month full-time contract) to deliver an exciting regional Arts Care/Public Health Agency “Here and Now” Older People’s Arts, Health and Wellbeing project.

The duration of the post is a 7.5 months on a full-time self-employed basis from 15th August 2016 – 31st March 2017 (equivalent to 153 days).

Maximum Fee for the Role: £15,300

4 hard-copies of the completed tender should be forwarded to the Arts Care Office, 2 Crescent Gardens, Belfast, BT7 1NS

Closing date for tender submission: Friday 15th July 2016 at 4pm

Late submissions will be not accepted

Arts Care is Northern Ireland’s leading Arts in Health organisation. The organisation is now welcoming tenders for the role of Project Co-ordinator to organise and manage all aspects of a province wide Older People’s Arts in Health Festival, which Arts Care is hosting for the Public Health Agency. The role will commence 15th August 2016 with completion on the 31st March 2017.

For full tender specification and a form, please visit our website at www.artscare.co.uk.

 

Freelance policy consultant - Streetwise Community Circus

Streetwise Community Circus seeking the services of a part-time free-lance consultant to carry out the following services:

• To provide an annual review and development of all our policies and procedures, to keep them in line with current legislation and funding strategies.
• To work with our current administration to review and develop Marketing and Audience Development Plans.
• To work with our current administration to review and up-date business and strategic plans.
• To consult with our current administration and board on all funding applications.

Fees:

We have a fixed budget of £4,500 per year based on £25 per hour 180 hours. The contract will be for 1 year with the Streetwise Community Circus board having the option of renewing the contract for up to a further 4 years.

Employment will be on a free-lance, Self-employed basis.

Applicants require the following expertise:

• We are seeking applicants how have experience of running arts organisations at least to the level of company administrator.
• Must have experience of developing policies and procedures.
• Have experience of working with funding bodies at least locally.
• Have experience of developing marketing, business and audience development plans


Applicants should provide the following information:

1. Full employment CV (by email)
2. A written description of how they fit the expertise requirements. (by emai)l

Email:streetwisecircus@gmail.com

The deadline for these to be received is 4.00pm Thursday 30th June 2016.
 

Chair of Board of Trustees - Grand Opera House

The Grand Opera House Trust is a charitable entity with a trading subsidiary, Grand Opera House Theatre Ltd. The charitable objective of the Trust is to promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of the public of Northern Ireland in the arts at the theatre.

The Grand Opera House is Northern Ireland’s premier presenting theatre, presenting an outstanding programme and showcasing the best in musicals, ballet, opera, drama, comedy, dance, locally created work, family shows and presenting one of the most historic and longest pantomime runs in the UK and Ireland. The mission of the Grand Opera House is to “create and deliver extraordinary experiences for everyone”.   The Trustees and staff of the Grand Opera House are committed to creating and delivering extraordinary experiences for everyone by providing an excellent service.  We act with integrity at all times, respect our stakeholders, customers and employees, are professional in our planning and delivery and work together in partnership with others, both internally and externally, for the good of the public of Northern Ireland.

Purpose of Role

• To lead and direct the Board of Trustees and the organisation through an exciting period of development, restoration and growth
• To ensure the Trustees fulfil their duties and responsibilities for the proper governance of the Grand Opera House
• To ensure that there are appropriate resources in place to effectively deliver the strategic plan of the business

Working with: Chief Executive of the Grand Opera House and members of the Board of Trustees

Contract type: Non-executive, voluntary. Maximum of two terms (a term being 3 years) Approximately 100 hours per year

Further information available here

 

Board Members - Kabosh Theatre

Kabosh Theatre currently have positions available for two new volunteer board members.

Kabosh is looking for individuals with a passion for the arts and who will embrace Kabosh’s artistic aims and company objectives. We are especially looking for individuals who have skills and experience in tourism, digital media or fundraising.

Board members will be required to attend at least four 2-hour board meetings per year, held in Belfast city centre, and to act as an ambassador for the company by supporting Kabosh events and initiatives. Beyond this, the time that you give can be as little or as much as you like.

In order to apply for this position please email your CV to zoe@kabosh.net as well as addressing the following two questions:

1. What would you hope to achieve as a board member of Kabosh Theatre Company - both personally and for the company? (max 300 words)
2. Why Kabosh? (max 300 words)

The deadline for applications is 5pm July 1st. For more information on the company and on the application process please click here.

 

Board Members - Craft NI

The Board of Craft NI is currently seeking to recruit two new members to join their Board of Directors. To ensure a balanced and representative board we are seeking applications from designer/makers currently in professional practice and resident in Northern Ireland. Apply by July 15th 2016.

This is a voluntary position and board commitment includes four quarterly meetings annually which are normally held at our offices in Waring Street, Belfast City Centre, as well as occasional representation at sector events.

Download an application pack here.

If you would like to discuss further what this entails, or require more information please contact alan@craftni.org or call 028 9032 3059. Deadline for completed applications is Friday 15 July 2016.

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