POSTED 25 MAY 2012: An experienced Production Manager is required by Accentuate to work on a new outdoor commission for the Paralympic Torch Relay Event on 28th August 2012.
Accentuate is the London 2012 Legacy Programme for the South East and is based within Screen South. Taking inspiration from the spirit and vision of Paralympic Athletes and celebrating Stoke Mandeville as the birth place of the Paralympic Games, Starting Line builds a dynamic universal performance collaboration between disabled and non disabled young people from around the globe, including spinally injured young people from Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
The work is being created by a team of artistic collaborators and the resulting performance, which includes dance, live art and film, and will be performed by a group of emerging young British dancers. Rehearsals will take place on 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th and 17th July, as well as additional dates between1st-4th August and from 20th August through until the performance. The appointed Production Manager will need to be available throughout this creation period, and for site visits and meetings prior to the rehearsal period. Successful applicants will need to be available to start work immediately, and be available for key dates mentioned.
Accentuate is looking for submissions from experienced Production Managers with a proven track record in managing large scale productions within budget and on time, including procurement of services, staff and materials. Applicants must have sound knowledge of all current Health & Safety policies and procedures, and prior experience of working on large-scale, outdoor productions. The fee for this work will be up to £5,000. (minimum of 20 days work expected). This fee is inclusive of travel. Some days will need to be spent in London, or Aylesbury.
The deadline for all applications is midday on Monday 11th June 2012.
For more details, or to request a full brief and an application form please contact email@example.com or call 01303 259777.
POSTED 2 APRIL 2012 Exhibitions Organiser £25,000 pa Full-time (flexible terms and conditions)
MK Gallery offers a dynamic programme of contemporary culture.Situated 30 minutes north of London, it is recognised as one of the UK’s key arts venues.
We're currently seeking an ambitious and capable person to join the Gallery team and work closely with the Director on the organisation and delivery of the exhibitions programme. The successful candidate will have a strong interest in contemporary visual arts practice, prior experience of exhibitions production, publications and be a dynamic and effective team player and project manager.
For more info see website http://www.mkgallery.org/information/jobs/
POSTED 11 FEB 2012: Watford Palace Theatre is a 21st Century Producing Theatre – open to ideas, collaborative in approach, imaginative with resources.
They are currently recruiting for a Participation Projects Manager, who will be committed to organising high quality Participation projects and supporting exciting developments in the Theatre.Other opportunities include: Daytime cafe supervisor and volunteers for their Youth Board (you'll need to be 16+)
For more info, see the website: http://www.watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk/page/recruitment
POSTED 11 DEC 2011: Harrow Arts Centre is an arts venue committed to providing the journey of a lifetime enjoying the arts, for people from every background. They are a major community facility whose purpose is to enhance the quality of life in the borough by enabling access to and participation in the arts for everyone.
Harrow Arts Centre are seeking practitioners from all creative backgrounds to add to their freelance pool for future participatory projects. You should be able to inspire others to engage with and take ownership of the creative process.
To apply, please send in a CV and covering letter detailing your interest firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTED 15 NOV 2011: The Royal Academy of Dance is advertising a part time, home based administrative position assisting the Regional Manager with the organisation, marketing and running of student and teacher courses and activities, primarily in the South East of England.
For more information: http://www.rad.org.uk/article.asp?id=483
POSTED 6 NOV 2011: UK Centre for Carnival Arts, Luton
Head of Communications and Marketing: Enhancing recognition of the UKCCA’s brand, our influence and of the carnival sector generally across the wide range of stakeholders, including carnival communities, opinion formers and diverse audiences. (age, spatial and BAME) Developing and delivering communications strategies to support the successful delivery of UKCCA’s business strategy at both programme and project levels, with a strong emphasis on digital communications underpinning print collateral and effective distribution campaigns. Working in partnership within the diverse strands of the carnival, arts and cultural sector to realize new income streams, sponsorship and fundraising opportunities. Ensuring the organisation’s communication strategy becomes embedded with Board, staff and stakeholders, that is effective and relevant.
Professional Development Coordinator: Identifying and developing new and existing UKCCA community groups in the structuring of annual plans to augment the centres community programme Strengthen, support, manage and grow UKCCA’s community groups to sustain activities at the centre Develop a comprehensive range of Carnival Arts projects and programmes culminating in the participation in the Carnival one day event and other key events at the centre. Manage the ‘Arts Award Project Connecting communities, cultures and activities to the work of the UKCCA, such as the carnival, Mela and other events.
Personal Assistant: This is a new role and we are seeking an efficient, professional and intelligent PA who thrives on working under pressure and has excellent organisation and communication skills. Your role will be to work with the Chief Executive and Creative Director providing a high level of support in all areas of their work, ensuring that their workloads and diaries are effectively managed and prioritised. You will also be required to offer detailed administration support.
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