WHO: Min 2 years experience of curating / programming in an arts environment. Proven track record of successful project planning and delivery at a strategic level. Experience of financial management and budgetary control. Experience of managing and developing staff. Experience of fundraising and sponsorship, preferably within an arts environment
Liaising with the Director and General Manager, the postholder will be responsible for all general organisation of CCA programme and supported events. This is a senior position which will help shape the artistic programme, devise specific exhibitions, projects and publications and articulate through public talks and writings, the ideas and issues that inform contemporary practice. The postholder will provide editorial guidance for CCA interpretation, publicity texts and publications.
The post holder will line manage a Programme Coordinator who will work primarily on the delivery of CCA partner programme, a Gallery Manager and a Programme Admin Assistant.
The postholder will have responsibility for the programme, working with the team on the realisation of projects with artists, lenders and art institutions.
The postholder will work alongside all members of the programme team, internal departments and with the professional art world to ensure an efficient running of the exhibitions programme. They will also contribute to enhancing the CCA’s reputation as a centre for artistic excellence and intellectual rigour.
They will also have responsibility for the overall management and relationship with the CCA’s partner programmes, liaising with partner organisations, co-ordinating and ensuring their events run smoothly. They will also administer financial budgets, support fundraising approaches, be involved in advocacy.
PAYMENTS: Salary - £24,000
Deadline: 7 August 2012 ** Deadline expired**
Organiser/employer: CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts
[ Added on 23 July 2012 ]
- Pays salary
- No charges
- Experience required:
- Students eligible:
- UK - Glasgow