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.
National Theatre Wales (NTW) is seeking to appoint an Artistic Director following Kully Thiarai’s appointment as Creative Director for Leeds 2023.
The Artistic Director will lead NTW artistically and organisationally - creating, communicating and delivering an innovative artistic programme that extends the company’s reach in Wales and beyond.
They are looking for a theatre practitioner who is ambitious to make powerful and high impact theatre created in Wales and in collaboration with a wide range of artists, companies and communities, especially from Wales.
Deadline for applications: 6pm on Sunday 8th September 2019
Big Telly Theatre Company is a Partner Organisations with the national Fun Palaces campaign. They are recruiting a part-time Fun Palaces Ambassador to co-ordinate activity in Northern Ireland. This exciting new post will engage, inspire and support volunteers, grassroots communities, new and established organisations and practitioners across NI to make Fun Palaces - free, local events using arts, craft, science, tech, digital, heritage and sport, as a catalyst to celebrate each unique community and the skills and interests of those who live there.
They are keen to hear from a diverse range of candidates from all backgrounds with different skills and interests. They will always want different perspectives, experience and knowledge impacting on how Fun Palaces grows and develops.
This is a one-year freelance workers contract with potential to extend.
Fee: £14,040 per year for 2 days per week or equivalent (104 days per annum)
The Fun Palaces Ambassador programme is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.
Visit http://www.big-telly.com/were-recruiting-for-a-fun-palaces-ambassador/ for more info and to download an application pack.
Or call Linda at Big Telly on 02870 836 473 to request an application pack
Deadline: Thursday 15th August 2019
Stage Beyond would like to invite applications for the position of part-time Arts Administrator. Stage Beyond is a theatre company for adults and young people with learning difficulties. They wish to recruit a part-time Arts Administrator to manage and promote the activities of the organization.
Duties and responsibilities
- Day to day financial management of the group including payroll, accounts receivable and payable, banking and assisting the company accountant in keeping and presenting financial records
- Developing and managing budgets for individual project
- Conducting grant/funding research, applying for grants and disbursing acquired funding.
- Assisting the Artistic Manager with managing projects, including budget management, record keeping and project evaluation.
- Maintaining a database of members and ensuring that all records and payments are up-to-date.
- Assisting the company in planning events and performances
- Assisting facilitators and Artistic Manager with company performances
- Maintaining and developing office systems, including computer and paper files, and ordering all office supplies.
- In consultation with the Artistic Director, undertaking project related marketing including collating material for current show programmes and liaising with local media to promote Stage Beyond
- Contacting relevant organisations and making follow-up phone calls to build an audience for productions.
Potential candidates must:
- Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Administration or Education
- Have experience in book-keeping
- Excellent financial Skills
- Have at least 2 years experience working in an administrative role.
- Experience working with people with a learning disability.
- Proven record of involvement in the Arts, specifically theatre.
- Excellent written and communication skills
- Ability to manage multiple tasks
To apply, candidates should send a cv and covering letter to the Artistic Manager, Mrs Dee Conaghan at Millennium Forum Theatre and Conference Centre, Newmarket Street, Derry / Londonderry, BT48 6EB by Friday 2nd August 2019.
The Playhouse, Derry-Londonderry is seeking Screenwriters to work on a number of upcoming short educational films that explore justice issues, which will be made with and for young people.
The Playhouse produces emotionally powerful short films (approx. 6 – 15 minutes), and previous themes have included para-militarism, one punch can kill, dangerous driving and cyber-crime. Their short-films are used as an educational resource by artist facilitators, teachers, youth workers, police officers, and youth justice agency officers to explore issues around criminality and justice issues with young people. They will be making at least one short film to be completed by March 2020, and one by March 2021. Both will be approx. 10 mins in length.
The budgets for our films are approx. £16 - £20k including screenwriter’s fee, actor’s fees, locations, props, filming and production costs.
They are seeking Screenwriters who have proven ability to write hard-hitting, meaningful films which dramatize the reality of social / political issues. If you are interested in writing screenplays for The Playhouse’s short educational film programme, please submit:
- Your CV
- At least two relevant examples of your previous work. These can either be links to films that have been made of your screenplays, or copies of screenplays.
- Your fee
To Max Beer, The Playhouse, 5-7 Artillery Street, Derry, Northern Ireland, BT48 6RG. email@example.com
Deadline for applications is Monday 29th July at 12 noon.
Verbal Arts Centre is inviting applications for the position of Volunteer Coordinator for the Listen Share Change, PEACE IV project.
The Listen Share Change Volunteer Co-ordinator will be responsible for the development, management, and implementation of a volunteer training programme. The programme is volunteer-led and delivered at community level. The focus of the programme is on using quality literature to engage with older people and young people at community level.
The Listen Share Change Volunteer Co-ordinator will work as part of a team of project workers and oversee the quality, training and volunteer management of the project. The ideal candidate will:
- Support the Listen Share Change team in delivering a community cohesion programme
- Engaging with volunteers to develop and enhance the future development of the Listen Share Change Programme.
For more information and to download an application form, visit www.theverbal.co/listen-share-change-recruitment-opportunity
Closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 24 July 2019.
Fixed term, part-time contract for 9 months (3 month probation period)
Beginning September 2019 – end May 2020 (3 days per week)
Dumbworld are recruiting a maternity cover Company Manager to oversee the day to day running of the company along with project management of company productions. The successful candidate will have an understanding of arts and event management, be highly motivated and take initiative to complete a variety of work.
Verbal and written communication skills are essential.
To request a full application pack please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: Wednesday 17th July 2019
QUEER ARTS DEVELOPMENT LEADER
Part time, three year contract
Outburst is looking for a part time Queer Arts Development Leader who will get people excited about queer art, film and queer creative thinking, past and present, and support the professional development of queer and LGBTQ+ artists in Northern Ireland. Working closely with our Artistic Director and team at our Belfast office, you will lead on the development and delivery of a year-round programme to support sharing, thinking, talking and creating around queer art, performance & film.
IDEAL CANDIDATE PROFILE
The Queer Arts Development Leader will be passionate about getting all kinds of people excited about queer art, queer cinema and queer ideas. You’ll really need to know your stuff around art, film, performance, theatre, writing, music and pop culture so you can come up with engaging ways to explore queer creative ideas. You might have a specialist interest in one or two areas but will love art in general and have excellent knowledge and understanding of queer arts history, thinking and practice across all disciplines.
We’re looking for a reliable self-starter who has fresh, exciting ideas and a strong commitment to Outburst’s aims and bold queer ethos; someone who’ll enjoy the being part of a small team with big notions and who is excited to support the growth of queer art and artists here in Northern Ireland.
Great. Want to know more?
Email email@example.com for a full info and application pack.
All requests for packs and all applications will be treated confidentially.
Closing date for completed applications is Friday 19th July 2019.
Ards and North Down Borough Council is seeking twelve members to sit on its Arts and Heritage Advisory Panel to guide, to endorse and advocate for arts and heritage in the Borough. Applications are sought from people with specialties or demonstrable experience in the areas of: museum and heritage; visual arts and crafts; literature; performance based arts, such as music, dance and drama; and community arts.
Panel members will sit alongside five elected representatives of Ards and North Down Borough Council. They must be able to attend up to six meetings per year and be willing to discuss all aspects of arts and heritage in the Borough. The positions on the panel are of a voluntary nature and no payments will be made in relation to attendance at meetings.
Application form and guidance notes can be downloaded at https://www.ardsandnorthdown.gov.uk/resident/arts-and-heritage/arts-and-heritage-advisory-panel-recruitment.
The deadline for completed applications is Friday 19 July 2019 at 12 noon.
Should it be deemed necessary, brief interviews will be held on Friday 26 July 2019.
CCA works with artists to realise new artworks and to create different environments in the gallery spaces. They are looking to widen their pool of technicians to call upon, including people with skills in AV and multi-media, carpentry, painting and decorating and other technical specialisms.
- please send your CV,
- completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form available to download from cca-derry-londonderry.org/opportunities, and
a one-page covering letter listing your skills, competencies, and achievements and names and contact details of two referees
Applications can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line TECHNICIAN APPLICATION or by post to:
10–12 Artillery Street
CCA is looking for Ad Hoc Volunteers to get involved with various areas of CCA’s work including exhibition installation and research. Ad Hoc Volunteers are sometimes a one-off extra pair of hands for an event, or a few days or weeks, depending on the needs of the project and the circumstances of the volunteer. As a volunteer you will receive instruction and guidance from CCA staff and will be trained to museum standards in whatever the task requires.
They are looking for keen individuals with a passion for contemporary art and willingness to get involved; a desire to learn; professionalism; approachability and a positive attitude; a polite and patient demeanour; and good communication skills with a broad range of people from the general public to arts specialists.
To apply, please download and complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form available from cca-derry-londonderry.org/opportunities along with your current CV by post to:
10–12 Artillery Street
Or by email to email@example.com with the subject line AD HOC VOLUNTEER APPLICATION