Work with us: Family Arts Campaign Manager required
Managed by the Albany in Southeast London, the Family Arts Campaign is a national, collaborative audience development initiative to raise the level of families of all ages engaging with arts and culture. Supported by Arts Council England, and led by a consortium of 10 partner organisations, the Campaign works to:
- Increase the amount and range of artistic work available for families
- Improve the quality of experience for families of all ages engaging in cultural activities
- Increase marketing to reach more, and a broader range of families
Family Arts Campaign Manager
This central role will manage all aspects of the Campaign’s delivery, ensuring every effort is made to meet KPIs set out in the Business Plan. It is an exciting time for the Campaign as it moves into a new period of its development as one of Arts Council England’s Sector Support Organisations from 2018-22. This will be an opportunity for the ideal candidate to gain experience delivering one of the UK’s largest and most successful audience development initiatives.
We are seeking a dynamic and resourceful individual, with a strong track record in project and budget management as well as project-based fundraising and income generation. Excellent communications skills and an ability to manage relationships with a wide range of stakeholders are essential to the role.
Contract 12 months fixed term, with potential renewal
Hours Full time
Salary £32,000 per annum (plus work-related travel expenses and
homeworking contribution of £18 per month)
Closing date Monday 12th February 2018, 9am
Interview date Week commencing 19th February 2018
Feel free to contact us if you require the application pack in a different format.
Please note that CVs will not be accepted.
The Family Arts Campaign is managed by The Albany who aims to be an equal opportunities employer and embraces diversity in all its areas of activity. The Albany will offer an interview to anyone with a disability* who meets the criteria. Registered charity 1112521.
* a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on a person’s ability to do normal daily activities
23 January 2018