Application deadline: 21 May 2012
Following a recent successful bid to Arts Council England (ACE), Photoworks has merged with Brighton Photo Biennial, a move which recognises both organisations’ proven track records in promoting and celebrating excellence in photography.
- Working with the Director and Programme Team to develop and deliver an integrated participation programme for the Brighton Photo Biennial.
- Research and develop fundraising opportunities for all projects.
- Manage project budgets, ensuring they come in within the available resources.
- Develop working relationships with selected schools, FE and HE institutions in the region.
- Develop meaningful and strategic relationships with the wider community, identifying and targeting key groups.
- Deliver a programme of talks and conferences throughout the Biennial.
- Support the Programme Team in the delivery of the Brighton Photo Biennial exhibitions, events and projects.
- Assist the Programme Team in the delivery of our magazine Photoworks.
- Ensure the strategy for developing audiences for all participation projects is implemented and monitored.
- To be responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of all projects and write the required reports to funders and partners.
- Recruit and manage all volunteers for the Biennial.
- Represent the organisation at external meetings and events where appropriate.
- Assist other staff in the efficient day-to-day running of the organisation.
- Significant experience of directly managing participation and education projects.
- Understanding and engagement with current themes, trends and issues in contemporary art and education.
- Strong understanding of partnership and multi-agency working.
- Demonstrable experience of initiating and managing collaborations with a diverse stable of partners.
- Excellent project management and research skills.
- Strong knowledge of contemporary visual arts and photography.
- Ability to communicate effectively and passionately the vision of the organisation to partners, funders, the visual arts sector and the wider community.
- Excellent negotiating skills with the ability to establish partnership opportunities and relationships.
- Understanding of finances, especially preparing and keeping within budgets.
- A proven commitment to equality of opportunity.
Terms & Conditions:
35 hours a week, fixed-term 7 month contract
£25,000 pro rata per annum
How to apply:
Further information and an application pack online on http://www.photoworks.org.uk/news/00000000053.
Completed applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is Monday 21 May 2012.