Fee: Equivalent to salary of £27,500 per annum (pro rata)
Hours: 22.2 hours
Contract: Fixed term (November 2021 – June 2022)
Location: South East Northumberland
Deadline: 9am, 4th October 2021
Interviews: Friday 15th October
We are looking for an experienced Creative Producer with visual arts expertise and experience of working collaboratively with communities and artists.
Working as part of a small team across South East Northumberland, the part time maternity cover will start early November 2021 for a minimum of eight months.
Museums Northumberland bait is one of thirty Creative People and Places programmes in England. Our consortium is led by Museums Northumberland in partnership with Northumberland CVA, Northumberland College, Queen’s Hall Arts, and Northumberland County Council Public Health and Culture. The current programme funders are Arts Council England and Northumberland County Council Public Health.
We are working in South East Northumberland, an area made up of small towns and villages (including Ashington, Blyth and Bedlington), with a total population of 145,000.
Our ten-year mission (2013-23) includes four elements of change: more people included in arts and culture, more people making decisions and shaping the programme; positive impact on wellbeing, and legacy of increased skills and capacity with groups and organisations running their own projects.
The fee for this work is £12,000 (November 2021 – June 2022), which equates to the salary level for a fixed term employment contract is £27,500 per annum (pro rata) at 22.2 hours per week. The holiday entitlement is 23 days a year (pro rata) plus bank holidays.
To find our more about the organisation and about the brief, download the recruitment pack.
We will assess applications via the following criteria:
- Knowledge, skills and experience that demonstrate the best fit with the brief
- Clarity of approach for delivering the contract
- Value for money
Please email your application (up to four pages A4 including CV) to Rachel Adam and Jemma Herring by Monday 4 October 2021 (9am deadline).
If you have any questions about the brief, please contact Rachel via the email above. We look forward to receiving your application.