Collaboration: Place: Change
0.5fte fixed term contract from Dec 2019 – until 31 March 2022
Collaboration: Place: Change is a 30-month 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 programme will engage 40 participants – two cohorts of 20 – and will involve a mixed virtual and physical programme of activity.
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. The programme of work will be delivered through a partnership between Clore Leadership, Achates Philanthropy and the University of East Anglia. The project will be evaluated by BOP Consulting. The project will be overseen by a Steering Group made up of representatives of the partnership.
The project is supported by the Arts Council England through their Transforming Leadership programme as well as Norfolk County Council, Suffolk County Council and Norwich City Council.
We are looking to appoint a 0.5 fte Project Manager (fixed term) based at the National Centre for Writing’s offices in Dragon Hall in Norwich to lead on the management and delivery of the project.
Find out more by downloading the job pack below.
Application deadline: 9am Thursday 28 November 2019
Short-list confirmed: 6pm Friday 29 November 2019
Selection interviews: Wednesday 4 December 2019 at Dragon Hall
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 below:
Send your application form, CV and equal opportunities monitoring form and personal statement, by email to Alison McFarlane, Executive Director on Alison@nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk
Or by post to:
Alison McFarlane, Executive Director, National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall, 115-123 King St., Norwich, NR1 1QE.
If you would like to have a confidential discussion about the role with the Alison McFarlane, Executive Director please email her on the email address above to arrange a convenient time to speak.