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Riverside Arts Strategy Consultant

Impact Arts are working with McTaggart Construction and the Link Group to create an Arts Strategy for their new Riverside Dalmarnock Development in East End of Glasgow.

Impact Arts have been delivering a series of community consultation projects over the past seven months, engaging children and young people across Glasgow’s East End to develop evidence for key themes to flow through the 5 year Art Strategy for the development.

We're looking to recruit a consultant to help bring together the existing research and evidence, together with new findings to support the creation of the five year art strategy.

 

Job title: Consultant
Salary: £2,700 flat fee – please note this fee will change if the successful candidate does not have self-employed status
Based at: Impact Arts Glasgow
Travel: You will be expected to cover travel costs as part of the overall fee
Reporting to: Head of Delivery
Duration of contract: Deadline for final report is the 17th of May 2019
Working Hours: Desk space will be available at Impact Arts during office hours, it is expected the consultant will also have to work out with this time to lead on community consultations.
Experience: Minimum of two years experience delivering consultation work preferable linked to Arts Development/Strategy
Other Essentials: Competent IT skills including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, Subject to PVG check.

 

Full role description (PDF)

 

Please send an up to date to CV along with a statement on how you will meet the outcomes laid out in the brief (no longer than two sides of A4 paper). Please include two referees relevant to the application who we can contact.

All completed applications should be sent to jobs@impactarts.co.uk for Monday the 18th of March by 12pm

Interviews: w/c 25th March 2019 Expected Start Date: 1st of April 2019

Programme Manager, East Coast

Impact Arts has a long history across Edinburgh and the Lothians, delivering high quality youth engagement, creative ageing and community-based work. We are delighted to be recruiting a Programme Manager for our work on the East Coast to reflect the increased focus we are giving to growing our work in Edinburgh and surrounding areas.

We are looking for someone who is dynamic, and will bring considerable experience, creativity, energy and passion to the role - helping us with our mission in tackling inequalities across Scotland.

This is a wide-ranging role, with responsibility for delivery of projects focused on youth employability and attainment, community regeneration and creative programmes for older people. We do not expect the successful candidate to have experience in all of these areas, but they must be able to demonstrate adaptability and excellence in co-ordination and programme management.

 

Job title: East Coast Programme Manager
Salary: £26,000 - £30,000 per annum
Based at: TBC (will be Edinburgh City)
Travel: Across the local authorities in which Impact Arts delivers – e.g. West Lothian, Glasgow, Ayrshire, Renfrewshire, Dundee
Reporting to:
Head of Delivery
Responsible for: Core East Coast delivery team and sessional workers
Duration of contract: Permanent
Working Hours: 37.5 hours per week over 5 days: Monday - Friday
Qualifications & Experience: Qualified to SCQF Level 9 or above
Other Essentials: Subject to PVG | Disclosure Scotland check

 

 

All completed applications should be sent to jobs@impactarts.co.uk by 12noon on Monday 25th March 2019. Interviews are scheduled to take place during w/c 1st April 2019.

Interview Panel: Fiona Doring, Director, Impact Arts; Natalie McFadyen White and Head of Delivery, Impact Arts

Expected Start Date: April 2019

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