We are currently recruiting for a Creative Producer: Visual Art to join our team.
This role will act as organisational lead for key creative projects including festivals and exhibitions, bringing together curatorial and artistic voices from inside and outside the organisation for maximum impact. This role will also work on other cross organisational projects as a member of teams.
The Creative Producer: Visual Art will act as lead producer for the core visual arts programme at HOME, including the exhibitions taking place in the Gallery spaces, ensuring HOME meets its artistic objectives as laid out in its Business Plan and delivers on its KPIs for visitors and the artists engaged. This role necessitates strong partnership working and collaboration both nationally and internationally.
HOME Programme Team
The Programme Team at HOME work together to develop art, artists and projects that benefit the local and national artistic ecology. The team develops programmes to engage new audiences with the arts, incubates and develops talent and generates exciting projects that add something new to the arts landscape.
For the full job description and Person Specification, see our Creative Producer: Visual Art Job Pack here.
Salary: £37,137 per annum
Contract: Permanent Full Time
Hours of work: 40 hours per week including lunch breaks
Holidays: 25 days initially rising to 30 days after 5 year’s service plus bank holidays
How to apply
Please complete the HOME application form telling us how you meet the Person Specification for this role and return with a completed Equal Opportunities questionnaire (accessed via a link in the application form).
Please email a PDF copy of your application to: email@example.com
The deadline for applications is Mon 29 Nov 2021 at 12pm
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview on Thu 9 Dec 2021
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HOME strives to be an equality opportunity employer, committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
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