Impact Arts are looking for a new Marketing & Communications Co-ordinator committed to raising the profile of a vibrant and energetic organisation. We're looking for someone with excellent communication skills and a minimum of three years' experience in marketing and communications, digital media, journalism or a related discipline.
We currently have a strong online presence with over 12,000 social media followers but are always striving to grow our profile and reach by sharing the work we do with a wide audience including our funders, partners, participants and those who have had limited access to the arts and creativity.
You will plan, develop and manage key marketing activities within the annual marketing and communication strategy to build brand-awareness and support Impact Arts’ position as Scotland’s leading community based arts charity.
& Communications Coordinator
Salary: £22,000 - £26,000 FTE per annum
Based at: The Factory, 319 Craigpark Drive, Glasgow (with potential to work some days from Edinburgh or Irvine). You will be expected to work at other locations as Impact Arts may reasonably require.
Travel: Across central Scotland
Reporting to: Head of Development
Responsible for: Community Jobs Scotland Graphic Designer/ Administrator, Freelance graphic designers/ photographers, occasional social media volunteers
Duration of contract: Permanent
Working hours: 37.5 hours per week
Qualifications & experience: Qualified to SCQF Level 9 or above
Other essentials: Subject to PVG | Disclosure Scotland check
Closing date: 27th May 2019 at 11am Closing date: 4th June 2019
Interview panel: Fiona Doring, Director Impact Arts; Carrie Manning, Head of Development Impact Arts
Expected start date: 1st July 2019
A completed application and equal opportunities form should be sent to email@example.com by 11am on Monday 27th May 2019. Interviews are scheduled to take place on Tuesday 4thJune 2019.
Note: In light of recent staff changes, we have withdrawn the previously advertised Development Manager role and are restructuring our Development team. As such, we are recruiting for the exciting new role of Deputy Director of Development.
We are looking for dynamic, well-networked Deputy Director of Development to join us on a permanent, full-time basis. We're looking for someone who can demonstrate considerable experience in generating income, writing compelling bids and wants to join us in our mission to tackle inequalities across Scotland.
Impact Arts operates in a fast-paced funding environment, with up to 50 funders supporting us to work with 5,000 people each year by contributing towards the 60+ projects and a £1.8m annual turnover. As the organisation continues to grow and support more people and communities, we face increasing challenges in meeting the demand for our work.
This role will involve developing a sustainable and innovative fundraising strategy, promoting Impact Arts' vision and values, representing the organisation across networks in the arts, social enterprise, public, private and voluntary sector. You will lead the development and evaluation of Impact Arts’ fundraising and partnership strategy to ensure, through diverse and sustainable income streams, that the organisation can deliver on its strategic objectives.
Director of Development
Salary: £40,000 - 45,000 FTE per annum
Based at: The Factory, 319 Craigpark Drive, Glasgow (with potential to work from Edinburgh or Irvine)
Travel: Across central Scotland
Reporting to: Director
Responsible for: Development Manager & Communications & Marketing Coordinator
Duration of contract: Permanent, subject to satisfactory 3 month probationary period
Working hours: 37.5 hours per week
Qualifications and experience: Degree educated in relevant discipline.
Other essentials: Subject to Disclosure Scotland check
Closing date: 10th June 2019 at 12noon Interviews: w/c 24th June 2019
Expected start date: We are keen for the successful candidate to start as soon as possible but are happy to discuss a mutually agreeable start date.
All completed applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12noon on Monday 10th June 2019. Interviews are scheduled to take place during the week commencing 24th June 2019.
Make it Your Own is a creative programme run by Impact Arts to help people sustain their tenancies. We are delighted to be bringing Make it Your Own to Glasgow for the first time; thanks to funding from the Life Changes Trust's Home and Belonging programme, we will work with 24 care-experienced young people in the next year.
We are looking for a Co-ordinating Tutor for this project who will deliver one-to-one and group workshops on interior design, decorating and making items for the home. The role will also involve recruiting eligible young people, liaising with key partners and referral agencies, home visits, shopping trips, evaluation and impact measurement, and progressions support for participants.
Salary: £23,000 per annum (£20,700 pro rata for 33.75 hours per week)
Based at: The Factory, 319 Craigpark Drive, Glasgow, G31 2TB
Travel: From time to time travel may be required for home visits and partner visits across Glasgow, and to Impact Arts other offices in Ayrshire/Edinburgh for monthly team meetings.
Reporting to: Nicola Wood, Programme Manager
Duration of contract: 10 months, June 2019 to March 2020 with one month probationary period (NB: This post may be extended until March 2022 subject to funding)
Working Hours: 4.5 days per week (33.75 hours per week).
Qualifications & Experience:
- Educated to degree level in interior design/visual/applied art.
- Experience in working with young people, particular those with care experience
- Experience in co-ordination and partnership development
Closing date: Wednesday
5th June 2019 at 12 noon
Interviews: Expected Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th June 2019
Expected Start Date: July 2019
A completed application and equal opportunities form should be sent to email@example.com by 12noon on Wednesday 5th June 2019.
Impact Arts are looking to recruit two Co-ordinators for our children and young people's projects in Glasgow and North Ayrshire. The successful candidates will be responsible for recruiting participants for programmes, developing a network of referral agencies and partners and working to ensure engagement and outcome targets are met.
Impact Arts run several creative projects for children and young people in Glasgow, including schools outreach, art therapy and employability programmes. You will lead on the recruitment and line management of freelance artists, creative assistants and pastoral staff, oversee the day-to-day running of your portfolio of projects and contribute to the effective evaluation of these projects.
Job title: Co-ordinator
Salary: £22,000 - £26,000 per annum
Based at: One post based at The Factory 319 Craigpark Drive, Glasgow; One post based at Bank Street, Irvine, North Ayrshire
Travel: Glasgow and North Ayrshire based but will be expected to work at other locations as Impact Arts may reasonably require
Reporting to: Programme Manager
Duration of contract: One-year fixed term contract
Working Hours: Glasgow-based Coordinator - 37.5 hours per week over 5 days: Monday – Friday
Ayrshire-based Coordinator – 30 hours per week
Qualifications: SCQF level 9 in related discipline
- Minimum of two years’ experience in project coordination and/or delivering or overseeing delivery of community-based projects in a diverse range of community settings.
- Minimum of two years’ experience in arts or youth work sector.
- Experience of working with children and young people within diverse community settings.
- Experience of coordinating the delivery of accredited qualifications (desirable).
- Knowledge of key national strategies relating to education, attainment and mental health.
- Full driving licence (desirable)
- Subject to PVG check.
Closing date: Monday 3rd June at 12noon
Interviews: Week commencing 10th June 2019
Expected start date: June/July 2019
A completed application and equal opportunities form should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12noon on Monday 3rd June 2019. Interviews are scheduled to take place during the week commencing Monday 10th June 2019.
The team at Impact Arts work hard to secure over £1.5m of funding per year to provide life changing creative experiences for more than 5000 people.
You can help us achieve this target through making a single gift, or a regular donation. Thank you.