Collaboration: Place: Change Project Assistant

A Cultural Leadership Programme for Norfolk and Suffolk

Project Assistant 0.4fte (2 days a week) fixed term contract until 31 March 2022
Salary £18,000 (pro rata for 0.4fte)
Based at the National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, King St, Norwich, NR1 1QE

Collaboration: Place: Change (CPC) is a professional development programme designed to develop current and next generation leaders’ skills and capacity in the arts and cultural sector across Norfolk and Suffolk. The project is being managed by the National Centre for Writing on behalf of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Culture Board and regional cultural partners.

About the role
The Project Assistant will provide high level administrative support to the Project Manager, Director of Strategy and CEO in the management, delivery and evaluation of the Collaboration: Place: Change programme.

About you
You will have at least one year’s experience of administrative support, preferably in the arts or wider cultural sector and possess excellent communication, writing, IT and data management skills and experience of managing events logistics.

Recruitment timetable
Application deadline:                            9am Monday 13 July 2020
Short-list confirmed:                             6pm Thursday 16 July 2020 by email
Selection interviews:                             Tuesday 21 July 2020 (virtually or face-to-face tbc)

When you submit your application, please ensure that you are available to participate on the selection day.

How to apply
You can find further information and the job pack at National Centre for Writing website: nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/get-involved/join-the-team

Send your application form, CV, equal opportunities monitoring form and personal statement, by email to Amanda Salmon, Head of Operations at amanda@nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk

If you would like to have a confidential discussion about the role with the Director of Strategy, Alison McFarlane, please email her at alison@nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk to arrange a convenient time to speak on the phone.