Staff Vacancies: We are recruiting!
We’re looking for an experienced Learning and Participation Programme Manager with excellent administrative skills to be the strategic lead across our programme of transformative participation activities. You will be part of a small, passionate team who aim big, transforming and improving people’s lives through aerial and artistic experiences.
Learning and Participation Programme Manager
Salary: £30,000-32,000 (pro-rata)
Contract: Initially 12 months, with a probationary period of 3 months. Full time or 4 days a week for the right candidate.
Location: London – flexible with office and remote working.
Hours: 10am-6pm with an hour lunch.
The closing date for applications: Monday 29th of January, 2024
Interview dates: From Monday 5th of February 2023
Board Vacancies: We are recruiting!
Join our vibrant team and help provide leadership and strategic direction to a pioneering aerial arts charity. We’re looking to expand our board of trustees and are seeking to add to the skills and experience of the current board. If you enjoy working as part of a supportive and rigorous team and are passionate about the work we create, then we would love to hear from you.
We are ideally looking for individuals who have expertise in the following areas:
- Law or HR
- Venue or festival programming or leadership
- Knowledge of voluntary and community sector in Islington
- Local authority: Islington Council
- Performers, producers and artists
We welcome applications from anyone who feels they have the drive and skills to make them an asset to the company. We strongly encourage applications from individuals from the Global Majority and from the LGBTQ+ community, as we are keen to ensure our board reflects the communities we work with and provides a platform for those underrepresented in the field.
This is a voluntary role and reasonable travel expenses from outside of London and access costs can be covered.
For full details of the position please download the full Role Description and Person Specification. For more information or to apply please contact our Technical Director, Søren Nielsen: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer
We’re a small, passionate team that believes in the power of art and culture to transform lives.
We’re committed to providing employees with a work environment free from discrimination and harassment. We care about your work ethic, your experience and your personality.
We welcome and encourage applications from candidates who are underrepresented in the creative industries. If you are enthusiastic about our work and think you’d be a great fit, we want to hear from you!
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