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Monday 8th February 2016 at 10am 0 Comments

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.

Belfast Photo Festival - Curator

Part-time (4 days, 32 hours per week)

Maternity Cover (1 year contract)

Belfast Photo Festival is a charity with big ambitions, holding a year-round tourable programme, including one of the world’s leading international festivals of photography, and the largest annual festival of photography in the UK / Ireland. This is in addition to a major two-day creative industries festival focusing on the intersection of creativity and technology (RENDR).

The Curator is a key player in the successful delivery of the Belfast Photo Festival. Reporting to the company CEO, they are responsible for the overall artistic direction and development of the annual festival programme.

Application Deadline: Monday 27th February 2023, 5:00pm

Shortlisted Candidates will be notified by: Monday 6th March 2023

Interviews will be held on: Tuesday 14th March 2023

Start Date: 24th May 2023

Job description, person specification and application form from: https://www.belfastphotofestival.com/curator

The MAC Belfast - Box Office and Admin Assistant – PT Fixed Term

Hourly Rate: £9.50 p/h
Contract: PT Fixed Term for 12 Months (maternity cover)
Hours: 30 p/w

Essential Criteria

  • 5 GCSEs or equivalent including English and Maths at grade C or above
  • A minimum of 1 years’ experience working in a customer service role
  • A minimum of 1 years’ experience in a role that includes the meeting and greeting of visitors and taking telephone calls.
  • A minimum of 1 years’ sales experience to include handling cash and taking payments and proactively selling to customers.
  • Experience of data processing, using a computerised database system

Desirable Criteria

  • Experience of working with a ticketing system
  • Experience in a reception and/or admin role

For for further details please visit the careers section of the MAC website for an application pack https://themaclive.com/about-us/careers

The closing date for receipt of applications for the above post is 12 noon on Friday 3 February 2023. Interviews will take place W/C 6 February 2023.

Belfast City Council – Culture Development Officer

Salary details: £38,296 - £41,496 per annum
Department: Place and Economy
Section: Economic Development

Reporting to the Culture Development Manager, the post will be responsible for:

  • Developing, leading and implementing a range of culture, arts and heritage projects in support of the overall delivery of the Cultural Strategy (A City Imagining), in order to enhance the cultural offering and enable the cultural and creative sector to prosper.
  • Developing and maintaining effective partnerships with other organisations in both the public and private sectors to ensure a strategic and coordinated approach to cultural development in the city.
  • Contributing to the development of specific targeted cultural initiatives and ensuring the management and delivery of these, engaging with and working closely with key internal and external stakeholders where appropriate.

Visit https://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/Jobs-and-Training/Current-Vacancies/Culture-Development-Officer-(2) for more information and to apply.

Closing date: 4pm, Monday 6 February 2023

Ulster Orchestra – Principal Horn No.2

The successful candidate will have strong professional orchestral and solo ability, with a commitment to delivering the highest standard of work at all times. In addition to orchestral work, there are many exciting opportunities to be involved in a diverse range of non-platform activities.

Further information on the job requirements, application and selection process along with benefits of working for the Orchestra can be found from https://www.ulsterorchestra.org.uk/who-we-are/current-vacancies/principal-horn-no-2/

Closing date for applications: 6th February 2023

Ulster Orchestra – Principal Trombone No.2

The successful candidate will have exceptional professional orchestral and solo ability, with a commitment to delivering the highest standard of work at all times. Strong communication skills are important, along with the ability to work collaboratively with others, in line with the Ulster Orchestra's Core Values.

In addition to orchestral work, there are many exciting opportunities to be involved in a diverse range of non-platform activities.

Further information on the job requirements, application and selection process along with benefits of working for the Orchestra can be found from https://www.ulsterorchestra.org.uk/who-we-are/current-vacancies/principal-trombone-no-2/

Closing date for applications: 13th February 2023

Ulster Orchestra – Production Co-ordinator (LCE & Operations)

The Ulster Orchestra has an exciting opportunity for someone to join them as a Production Co-ordinator (Learning & Community Engagement & Operations). This is a varied role, providing a unique opportunity to work alongside some of the most accomplished musicians and arts professionals in the business as well as contributing to  Northern Ireland’s cultural scene.

The Learning and Community Engagement (LCE) programme is a key strategic activity within the Artistic Planning & Operations team. It aims to build on the Orchestra’s successful education and outreach activity over the past 30 years while developing new strategic partnerships to enrich the lives of people of all ages from all communities across Northern Ireland.

Reporting to the Deputy Production Manager, the Production Co-ordinator (LCE & Operations) will work primarily on coordinating specific LCE projects and events, and requires strong administrative and organisational skills with excellent attention to detail. You will also require strong written and verbal communication skills for liaising with musicians and external partners. As part of the wider Artistic Planning and Operations team, you will provide support across the function, working alongside other Production Co-ordinators. Weekend and evening work is to be expected, along with travel as required across Northern Ireland.

Further information is available from https://www.ulsterorchestra.org.uk/who-we-are/current-vacancies/production-co-ordinator-(lce-operations)

Closing date for applications: 20th February 2023

Lyric Theatre Belfast - Deputy Costume Supervisor

The Deputy Costume Supervisor will provide support to the Costume Supervisor in all aspects of production within the Costume Department for all in-house productions, visiting productions, education, and community activities. The deputy supervisor will work alongside the supervisor and help manage show budgets and expenditure, casual and fixed term staff. They will also be involved in sourcing and making costumes and offer support front/backstage during technical rehearsals.

The post holder will deputise for the Costume Supervisor in their absence. They will share some of the responsibility for the management of the costume department as well as the supervision of any casual costume staff. The Post holder may also be given the opportunity to design some shows to be agreed with the Executive Producer and Head of Production.

The closing date is Friday 3rd February 2023 at 12pm.

If you are interested in applying for the role Lyric Theatre, Belfast, please send your CV and Cover Letter demonstrating how you meet the criteria to recruitment@lyrictheatre.co.uk.

More information is available from https://lyrictheatre.co.uk/about-us/jobs

ISLAND Arts Centre, Lisburn - Community Arts Officer

The post holder is responsible for the development of a proactive programme of community arts events, training, activities and festivals to enhance community access to the arts to maximise long term active participation in the arts on a community outreach basis targeting all sections of the community.

The post holder also services Lisburn Arts Advisory Committee and Lisburn Historic Quarter Arts Group and assists with the implementation of the Council's Arts Development Strategy and the Council's Community Support Plan.

The post holder will undertake duties relevant to the post allocated by the Arts Service Manager and participate in the interchange of duties to cover for staff breaks, sickness, leave and staff vacancies, and will act as a Duty Officer as required.

For more information and to apply, visit https://www.staffline.ie/job/community-arts-officer

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