Job Opportunity
Programme Manager

Could you manage our regional networks and develop our learning and events programme?

We’re looking for a brilliant Programme Manager with an excellent understanding of the UK cultural sector. If you’re a self-motivated individual with fantastic interpersonal skills and experience of project management, this could be the role for you.

Programme Manager

Salary £33,000 (full time, although we can consider options for part time 0.8 role, on a pro-rata basis)
Location: Remote working (can be based anywhere in the UK)
Apply by 10am, Wednesday 12 April 2023

Interview date: Friday 28 April 2023
Start date ASAP

About Family Arts Campaign

The Family Arts Campaign is a national initiative to raise the level of families engaging with arts and culture. The Campaign focuses on three main areas of work:

    • Increasing the amount and range of quality artistic work for families
    • Increasing the quality of experience for family members of all ages in attending cultural activities
    • Increase marketing to reach a greater number, and more diverse families

The Family Arts Campaign is at an exciting time of development where, from April 2023, it will begin operating as an independent company, as one of Arts Council England’s national portfolio organisations.

About the role

At a critical moment for our creative industries, this post will focus on leading some of our key programmes and initiatives, ensuring they are delivered effectively and create positive impact and change.

The Programme Manager will support the development and delivery of Campaign activity including:

  • Managing the National Family Arts Network programme
  • Developing Family Arts Campaign’s learning and events programme, including national conferences and leadership symposia
  • Developing content, research and case studies for shared learning and engagement
  • Project-managing the National Fantastic for Families awards to celebrate best practice and excellence across the cultural sector

Full details on responsibilities and requirements can be found in the Programme Manager Recruitment Pack.

Hiring Policy

We aim to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths and we want our team to represent the same diversity of audiences and families we support. We are keen to hear from a diverse range of candidates from all backgrounds drawing on different perspectives, experience and knowledge. We particularly want to encourage people who have lived experience of the Black and ethnically diverse communities we serve.

We will offer an interview to anyone who identifies as a D/deaf or disabled person who meets the essential criteria.

How to apply

The Family Arts Campaign gains extra HR and recruitment support from The Albany. To apply for the role, please complete an online application form on The Albany’s portal here.

If you have any questions regarding the role please contact Anna Dever, Executive Director at Family Arts Campaign by emailing