Category: Job Vacancies

Job Vacancy | Bookkeeper at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

Closing date for applications: Thursday 23 February, 5pm.

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is currently seeking to recruit an experienced Bookkeeper to manage daily accounts.

Approximately 1 day/8 hrs per week
2 years with 6-month probationary period

● Managing the daily financial operations of the company involving: payments to artists and suppliers, control of creditors, debtors and purchase order system, management of monthly accounts, coordination of the company audit, staff weekly and monthly payroll and tax, company tax and registration
● Preparation of financial documents for the Annual General Meeting and board meetings, as required
● Preparation of financial documents to support annual applications to Arts Council and Dublin City Council
● Assistance with financial documents for audit
● Other ancillary duties that may arise

● Managing maintenance and service contracts for the building
● Other duties that may arise

Send CV and specify availability and start date Clíodhna Shaffrey at

Download the Job Description here:

Job Vacancy | Administrator/Book-Keeper at Dance Ireland   Recently updated !

Deadline: Friday 10 March

Dance Ireland are looking for an Administrator/Book-Keeper to join their team.

As the representative body for dance, Dance Ireland operate on a local, national and international level. A membership organisation, they celebrate, develop and promote all forms of dance through training and development programmes, special events, partnerships and commissioning. They operate DanceHouse (on licence from Dublin City Council) as a national centre of excellence, and it is a working base for all forms of dance and is a hub for the wider dance community.

As a member of a busy team, you will carry out a multi-faceted role which includes book keeping, administrative support and venue assistance.

Full job description and person specification can be found at

Interviews: Shortlisted applicants will be called for interview on Tuesday March 21.

Applications: Please submit your CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for this role and why you are applying to with Administrator/Book Keeper in the subject line.

Job Vacancy | Chief Executive Officer of Craft Northern Ireland

Deadline: Monday 20 February, 4pm

Craft NI is seeking to appoint a Chief Executive Officer. This is an exciting opportunity to lead an established organisation that defines and supports the development of the crafts sector in Northern Ireland. The Board of Craft Northern Ireland is looking for a candidate of outstanding commitment and ability, able to enhance and develop a dynamic organisation. Apply by 4pm, Monday 20 February.

Craft Northern Ireland is the sector lead agency for the development of the contemporary craft sector in Northern Ireland. Established in 2005, the organisation’s primary funder is the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

The Job Description, Application and Monitoring Form, and our current strategy Innovative Craft can be downloaded from this page:
Alternatively, you can email or phone 028 9032 3059.

Job Vacancy | Assistant Digital Editor at Frieze Magazine

Deadline for applications: Friday 17 February, 4pm
Requirement: Full time, 6 months fixed-term
Location: London
Salary: Dependent on experience and available upon application

Frieze is seeking an Assistant Digital Editor to work closely with our Digital Editor and Publishing Team, to assist in commissioning reviews and online content, sourcing imagery, generating social media coverage and writing for The role will also oversee maintenance of the web archive, including standardizing styles, images and sorting content using tags, and will work closely with other departments to ensure that all digital content adheres to the brand guidelines. It will also involve regularly visiting exhibitions and events, distilling these experiences to generate ideas for website content.

Excellent writing, copyediting and proofing skills, and an extensive knowledge of contemporary art and related fields, are essential for the position. Experience using CMS systems and of AV production would also be an advantage. The successful candidate will also be highly organized and capable of juggling a busy workload.

Application: To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter to with ‘Assistant Digital Editor’ in the subject line.

For a more detailed job description see:

Job Vacancy | Subeditor at Frieze Magazine

Deadline for application: Friday 17 February 4pm
Requirement: Permanent and full time
Location: London office
Salary: Dependent on experience and available upon application

Frieze is searching for an experienced Subeditor to work within our Publishing team, assisting with the production, copy-editing, fact-checking and proofing of frieze and, ensuring that the magazine’s high editorial standards are maintained

The successful applicant will have at least three years’ experience as a subeditor, excellent copy-editing and proofreading skills, a demonstrable knowledge of contemporary art, and an ability to produce work quickly and effectively under pressure. Knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Microsoft Office is essential.

Frieze Magazine was set up in 1991 and is the leading magazine of contemporary art and culture. Frieze includes essays, reviews and columns by today’s most forward-thinking writers, artists and curators.

Application: To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter to with ‘Subeditor’ in the subject line.

For a more detailed job description see:

Job Vacancy | General Manager at Ballet Ireland

Deadline: Friday 17 February, 5pm

The General Manager will be responsible for specific aspects of the day-to-day administration and management of the organisation. The GM will report directly to the Director with whom he /she will work closely. The job will be part-time or full-time subject to the candidate’s suitability. Flexibility would be an asset around busier periods of the company’s schedule. Salary will reflect experience. Initial one year contract with a three month and six month review.

Requirements include: a minimum of 5 years professional experience in arts administration. Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal). Strong working relationships and networks in Dublin and across Ireland in the cultural sector and beyond. Hands-on financial management experience with a proven track record of managing large budgets and negotiating spends. Experience of negotiating, drafting and issuing contracts. Proven knowledge in the arts/dance/theatre. Outstanding attention to detail plus an ability to see the big picture. Strong proofing skills. Advanced skills in MS Office Applications, particularly MS Excel, and QuickBooks.

Full full job description and applications, see:

Emergent Events | Festival Producer Needed, Dublin

Deadline: 22 February 2017

Emergent Events (owners and producers of City Spectacular festival) are now recruiting a newly created position to lead the Company into its exciting future. Reporting to the Festival Board, this experienced producer will take lead responsibility for producing festival programmes.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate an exceptional experience of producing and managing events; strong general management and financial skills; sales, marketing and publicity expertise; experience at generating and managing sponsorship and partnership relationships; experience in grant writing/submissions and liaising with public funding bodies; and the ability to collaborate, negotiate and influence at multiple levels.

Candidates should be available from March 2017 for an initial fixed-term contract to take lead on a new festival concept that has been developed by emergent events. Emergent events want this new event to run in 2017.

If successful on establishing and running this new event, the candidate will be considered for the role of Festival Producer for City Spectacular and for running the organisation. This would be a multiple year position, so only candidates with long term interest should apply. Successful candidates would need to be based/have easy access to Dublin city and must be fluent in English.

Salary dependent upon experience.

Please submit applications through the following link:

Job Vacancy | Manager of The Grainstore, Cabinteely

Deadline for applications: 1 March

The Grainstore, DLR’s Youth Arts Facility, is based in the heart of Cabinteely Park, Cabinteely, Dublin 18, and welcomes over 30,000 children and young people who engage with the Arts each year.

We are now seeking to appoint a Grainstore Manager who will have the vision to lead the next phase of development to ensure that the Grainstore is the best Youth Arts Facility in Ireland.

The successful candidate must have initiative, be a self-starter and a good team player. They will have the ability to manage the day-to-day administration, operations and income generation needs of the Grainstore, and the creative knowledge to develop and programme for the Centre’s Youth Arts Development strand.

This full-time position is substantially funded from the Young Peoples Facilities and Services Fund, with additional support from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.

Salary: Remuneration is on a 3 point scale: €39,166, €40,761 and €42,311.

It is a 3-year fixed term contract (subject to funding) with flexible working hours required, including evenings and weekends. The role is a 35-hour week.

Please apply for this role through the following link:

Job Vacancy | Artist in Schools Scheme 2017/18, Leitrim County Council

The closing date for applications: Monday 27 February

Leitrim County Council Arts Office seeks four artists from any arts discipline to take part in the Artist in Schools Scheme for 2017 and 2018. We are looking for artists who have significant experience in delivering high quality arts experiences for children and young people and who are interested in working collaboratively with a primary school in the county.

The Artists in Schools Scheme funds an artist to work in a Leitrim primary school for 50 hours – 10 hrs development time, 35 hours contact time and 10 hours evaluation and documentation time at a rate of €40/hr. The total fee is €2,200.

From the applications received, a shortlist of artists will be invited to attend interview so we can match artists’ skills to schools needs. Schools are invited separately to register their interest in the scheme and once selected are paired with the selected artists by the Arts Office.

A facilitated planning session designed to enhance the project planning process and share experience between all participating artists and schools will take place on Thursday 18th May between 2pm and 5pm. Further project development sessions will be scheduled between each artist and teacher at their respective school to further develop the project around the ideas, skills and ambitions of the artist, teacher and children.

Important Dates
• Shortlisted candidates must be available to interview in Carrick on Shannon on Friday March 24th.
• Selected artists must be available to attend the joint artists/schools half-day planning session in Carrick on Shannon on Thursday May 18th.

For further information please read the project information sheet here:
Or contact Christine Kelly, on 07196 21694 or email

Job Vacancy | Marketing and Communications Manager with Fidget Feet

Application Deadline: 24 February, 2pm

Fidget Feet Aerial Dance is Ireland’s foremost aerial dance company. It began its journey in the UK in 2004 and just three years later in 2007 the company moved back home to Ireland. In just ten years Fidget Feet has performed across five continents and to audiences of hundreds of thousands of people. In addition to creating work Fidget Feet is a strong advocate for the development of aerial work in Ireland. The company was not only the first to teach aerial dance in Ireland, but founded the Irish Aerial Dance Fest in 2009- one of the largest aerial festivals in Europe, and The Irish Aerial Creation Centre in Limerick in 2014, where Fidget Feet are now company in residence.

This year Fidget Feet Aerial Dance celebrates its 10th Anniversary at home in Ireland. Fidget Feet wish to engage a creative and dynamic individual to develop, manage and implement their marketing and communication strategy.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Development of a strategic plan for marketing and audience development and appropriate communication strategies
• Preparation of printed marketing materials, such as all Fidget Feet’s show posters, brochures, flyers, and development of creative promotions and advertising for same
• Management of press and publicity, in conjunction with the General Manager
• Maintenance of website (CMS systems e.g. word press) and development and implementation of a digital marketing campaign
• Management of an allocated marketing budget
• Identification of potential sponsorship opportunities

Essential experience required:

• Direct marketing campaigns: E-marketing (mailchimp) development
• Organisation and execution of digital marketing strategies: social media marketing e.g. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Snapchat: Experience with writing copy and social media content.
• Website editing/content management skills: search engine optimization marketing, Knowledge of Google analytics and graphics using, for example, Photoshop
• Building public relations: Press releases, video clips, sponsorship campaigns -charity/corporate social responsibility.

Person specification:

• Third level qualification, a marketing qualification is desirable but not essential
• Computer literate with excellent written and communication skills
• Track record of successful marketing campaigns
• Demonstrated interest in the arts and or experience of marketing within an arts organisation

How to apply: Please send an email with cover letter and CV listing two references (pref with their email addresses) to

Interviews: Thursday 16th March

Salary: Approx. €1,300 per month

Terms and Conditions of Employment:
This is a part time freelance position of approximately 20 hours per week. It is your responsibility to comply with revenue as an independent freelance worker. The position includes a 3-month probationary period.

Primary location would be at the Irish Aerial Creation Centre in Limerick City but some travel would be required as necessary along with opportunity to work remotely from time-to-time.

Job Opportunities at The Arts + Disability Forum (ADF)

Deadline: Monday 20 February 2017, 12 noon

Staff Opportunities at ADF
The Arts & Disability Forum (ADF) is the leading disabled-led development charity working towards cultural equity for disabled/deaf people in Northern Ireland. It is a crucial catalyst for the empowerment of disabled/deaf people in the arts.

Following the development of a new organisational strategy, strengthened of its governance and a restructure of the organisation, the Board of ADF has decided to recruit to two key full-time posts:

An Arts Development Officer who will take forward ADF’s work in enabling those with a disability to access and develop careers in the arts. The person will have a track record of at least 3 years effective and efficient delivery of arts programmes.

An Operations Manager who will ensure that all aspects of the organisations’ work are well planned and effectively and efficiently carried out. The person will have good financial skills, but will also ensure compliance with the requirements of funders and the various regulators.

Both post-holders will report directly to the CEO. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals with the relevant experience and passion for the mission of the organisation.

For more information please visit:


Visitor Service Assistants Positions Available at Lismore Castle Arts, Co. Waterford

Deadline: 16 February 2017, 9am
Interviews: 28 February 2017
Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Co. Waterford

Lismore Castle Arts is seeking a number of Visitor Service Assistants for 2017. Suitable candidates will be responsible for invigilation, sales, education facilitation and gallery administration. The role is temporary part-time with the contract running from March 18th to mid October 2016. This is primarily a weekend position with occasional evening hours. Successful candidates will have related experience, a good knowledge of contemporary art and excellent administration and customer service skills. Please note that all interested candidates should have access to their own transport.
Salary: €9.60 per hour (€19,200 pro rata).

Interested candidates should submit CV and cover letter to

Job Vacancy | Administrator/ Bookkeeper at Highlanes Gallery

Deadline: 6 February, 5pm

Highlanes Gallery is an exciting state-of-the-art facility that aims to be one of Ireland’s most important visual art spaces presenting a dynamic and diverse programme of temporary exhibitions and exhibitions drawn from the Drogheda Municipal Art Collection. The Collection dates from the middle of the eighteenth century and is housed at the former Franciscan Friary Church in St. Laurence Street in the heart Drogheda, Co. Louth.

The gallery is now seeking a dynamic and experienced individual to work as an Administrator/ Bookkeeper. Reporting to the Director the post-holder will have responsibility for gallery administration and finance.

For job description and further information see: or contact Aoife Ruane on or telephone 041- 9803311.

Salary Scale: To be paid at an hourly rate of €12 per hour.
This is a permanent full-time position, following a nine-month probation period.

Candidates should submit full Curriculum Vitae to include the names and contact details of 2 referees together with a cover letter. Applications will be accepted by hard copy to Aoife Ruane, Director to the gallery address below, or by email to

Interview Date: Monday 13 February.

Highlanes Gallery
St Laurence St, Drogheda, Co. Louth
T: +353 (0) 41 9803311

Job Vacancy | The Wheel European Programme Officer (Part-Time)

Deadline: Monday 30 January, 9am

The Wheel is Ireland’s largest representative and support body for the community and voluntary sector. A thriving organisation, they have almost 1,300 members located in every county of Ireland, ranging from the very smallest voluntary or community groups to some of the largest, most well established national charities.

The Wheel has over 15 years’ experience of delivering information and training supports to Irish civil society. By listening to and understanding the needs of our members, The Wheel represents their shared cross-cutting interests to government and other decision-makers. In 2017 the organisation will launch its new strategic plan, an exciting milestone for the organisation.

The Wheel’s European Programme aims to increase members’ engagement with the EU. A talented European Programme Officer is required to work on a part-time basis for one year. This new role will require a high level of self-motivation, an ability to build relationships and an enthusiasm to meet targets.

Main responsibilities:

  • Support the delivery of a European Programme of activities within The Wheel, aiming to increase members’ understanding of opportunities available and specifically build their capacity to secure EU funding.
  • Be The Wheel’s researcher on EU programmes suited to Irish voluntary and charitable organisations by regularly researching EU websites, calls, programmes and work programmes.
  • Build and maintain positive relationships with a core group of organisations, understanding their needs and helping them to access EU funding.
  • Review draft EU funding applications and offer structured and timely feedback, supporting organisations to align their proposals to the call.
  • Research EU funding information a deliver a monthly e-newsletter.
  • Contribute to the coordination of a programme of events (specialist 1-day trainings, information meetings) that will inform and train organisations on EU funding.
  • Build positive relationships with technical assistance leads, programme managers and project officers at national and EU level in order to gain programme insights.
  • Support organisations to identify EU project partners for national and transnational project roll-out.
  • Create and disseminate capacity building resources (factsheets, tools) for sharing online.
  • Write progress reports for donors and management as required.

For full job description and application form see:

Application only on The Wheel’s official application form to Lauren Carroll:

Job Vacancy | Manager at South Tipperary Arts Centre

Application deadline: 8 February, 5pm

South Tipperary Arts Centre seeks to appoint a part-time Manager on a one-year, renewable contract, to work with the Board of Directors to develop and implement a programme of activities and manage the operations of the Centre. The successful candidate will have an arts qualification and/or relevant experience of working in arts fields in practice: demonstrate a broad knowledge across arts disciplines, including the financial support environment; demonstrate experience of leadership, problem-solving, programme promotion, communication, negotiating and social skills, knowledge of computer applications and financial control software.

Further information is available on the STAC website

Applications should comprise a letter of application, a current CV and the names and contact details of three independent referees sent to

Late applications not accepted. Applicants required to attend for interview. STAC is an equal opportunities employer.

South Tipperary Arts Centre,
25 Gladstone Street
Co. Tipperary
T: 052 61 27877

Job Vacancy | Acting Assistant Arts Director, Waterford Healing Arts Trust

Deadline for applications: Friday 17 February, 2pm

WHAT (Waterford Healing Arts Trust) wishes to appoint an Acting Assistant Arts Director for a period of up to 2 years to assist in all aspects of planning, delivering and promoting the programme of the Trust and managing the organisation.

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) is one of Ireland’s leading arts and health organisations. Our programme comprises contemporary art exhibitions, live music performances in wards, artist-in-residence programmes, art and music making workshops for health service users via a mobile Art Kart, Artist on Call service, Iontas Arts and Mental Health Settings and a range of other programmes. We have built up a large collection of contemporary art which is on view throughout University Hospital Waterford and we commission artworks for specific sites within the hospital. We also connect with the wider community through our weekly Open Studio and the annual Well festival of arts and wellbeing. See for more information.

The Acting Assistant Arts Director will:

  • Work with the Acting Arts Director on developing and delivering a multi-disciplinary arts programme of the Waterford Healing Arts Trust in co-operation with the Board of Directors and staff members.
  • Liaise with HSE departments, artists, and other organisations on planning, delivering and evaluating the programme of the Trust.
  • Project manage WHAT’s visual art programme i.e. curate exhibition programme, oversee installations, manage the mediation and maintenance of the art collection, co-ordinate commissions, loans, donations and requests for artworks
  • Co-ordinate the WHAT Iontas arts and mental health programme and Well festival of arts and wellbeing in collaboration with partner organisations and artists
  • Co-ordinate the Artist in Residence programme i.e. support the artists, liaise with HSE departments where necessary and monitor, evaluate and promote the programme
  • Support WHAT’s national programme i.e. co-ordinate Continuous Professional Development training for artists and healthcare professionals, support the WHAT Artists Network, deal with national and international queries, host visits and advocate for WHAT
  • Work within assigned budgets
  • Write and co-ordinate the design and production of mediation and promotional materials – press releases, catalogues, fliers, invitations – and organise the dissemination of these
  • Seek and secure funding for the arts programme through public and private sources
  • Work in compliance with the Health and Safety and Infection Control standards of the HSE and all relevant policies of the Waterford Healing Arts Trust
  • Line manage and support WHAT staff, freelance artists and volunteers when necessary
  • Deputise for the Acting Arts Director in her absence
  • The Acting Assistant Arts Director will report directly to the Acting Arts Director of the Waterford Healing Arts Trust and will be based in the WHAT Centre for Arts and Health.

This post is for five days per week. Salary scale €28614 – €30940 per annum, depending on experience.

How to apply:
Please submit the following to Claire Meaney, Acting Arts Director, Waterford Healing Arts Trust, WHAT Centre for Arts and Health, University Hospital Waterford, Dunmore Road, Waterford.

  • Letter of application stating your interest in the position and why you consider you are suitable.
  • Detailed Curriculum Vitae
  • Names, addresses, e-mail addresses and phone numbers of two referees with whom you have had a working relationship
  • 2 examples of your professional writing – e.g. press releases, documentation, catalogues, articles, evaluation reports, funding proposals, sponsorship proposals

Candidates must be available for interview the week of 6 March 2017.


Telephone: 051 842664

For full job description see:

Job Vacancy | Communications and Information Officer at ISACS Network

Application Deadline: Thursday 26 January

The Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Network are seeking applications for the position of Communications and Information Officer (part-time). We are looking for a media happy, tech savvy individual who can combine excellent communication skills with a high level of technical expertise and shares a love and knowledge of the street arts, circus and spectacle art forms.

Reporting to: The CEO of the ISACS Network.

Time frame: From start date till 31st December 2017 (approx. 20 hours per week)

Location: The role can be carried out from a home office or from the Wexford based office, however a minimum of 2 days per month must be completed in Wexford.

Interviews to take place the week beginning 30th January 2017.

How to apply: Please send an email with cover letter and CV listing two references (pref with their email addresses) to . Your application will be treated with strictest confidence.

Salary: Approx €1000 per month

Responsible for:
• Devising and implementing ISACS marketing and communication strategies and methods to reach ISACS members, stakeholders, industry, media and the general public
• Initiating, gathering and distributing information on Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle sector across a broad range of topics.

What the Job entails:

Marketing, Communications, Social Media

  • Devise, develop and implement a strategic marketing and communications plan for the ISACS Network
  • Communicate regularly with our members about upcoming opportunities, deadlines, training etc; Maintain and manage databases
  • Manage the development and implementation of ISACS Social Media, digital platforms and online content including but not limited to the ISACS website, SEO marketing, analytics & social media platforms
  • Write and execute email based marketing campaigns and improve results by utilising testing and analytics insights.
  • Manage the end-to-end production of cost-effective high quality ISACS print materials including posters, flyers, reports etc and their distribution
  • Liaise with ISACS members to gather marketing information and materials for showcasing

Research and Data Gathering

  • Research and distribute information, best practice documents of practical use to the sector in their daily practice ie: Tech specs, Contracts, Health and safety policies, Insurance statistics etc in ISACS communications
  • Provide admin, technical and research support to ISACS and the CEO
  • Manage and maintain databases and online platforms, specifically ISACS website (Joomla CMS)

Any other reasonable duties that may be required.

For more information please go to:

Job Vacancy | Assistant Education Officer at Millennium Court Arts Centre

Deadline: Monday 30 January, 5pm

The Millennium Court Arts Centre is a purpose-built arts facility dedicated to offering high-level creative experiences in the Visual and Educational Arts, funded by ACNI and ACBC Council. To continue the development of our highly specialised and innovative Arts Programmes, we are now recruiting for the following position in our organisation.

Assistant Education Officer (F/T) £15,600

The role requires the organisation, delivery and monitoring of the Education and Outreach Programme in association with the Exhibition and Education Officers, in the facilitation of MCAC workshops and classes. Applicants must be able to demonstrate:

• Relevant third-level qualification to degree level and 1 year experience in an educational or administration role preferably arts related.
• Experience of working toward an Arts Education programme
• Experience of facilitation with groups working with individuals of varying ages.
• Knowledge of computerised office administration systems.
• Proven organised problem solver with outstanding team-working skills essential.
• General knowledge of contemporary art practice and commitment to the arts in a local, national and international context.

Normal Hours of work: Tues – Sat, 9:30- 5:30 pm
Non Sociable Hours/Evenings will be required

Candidates will be informed regarding interview dates. Portadown 2000 is an equal opportunities employer.

Application forms are available on request from: Lisa Finnegan, Administrator, Millennium Court Arts Centre, William Street, PORTADOWN BT62 3NX
TEL: 028 38394415

Job Vacancy | Director of National College of Art and Design, Dublin

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 28 February

The National College of Art and Design is Ireland’s leading provider of art and design education. It is ranked 40th Art and Design College in the world as measured by academic reputation by QS World University Rankings. NCAD is based on the site of the Power’s Whiskey Distillery in the heart of the Liberties in Dublin’s city centre. The College has a community of 1,900 undergraduate, postgraduate and part-time students engaged in a wide range of study and research across the disciplines of Design, Education, Fine Art and Visual Culture. NCAD plays a key role in shaping the visual identity of the nation. NCAD is a recognised college of University College Dublin.

The College is looking for a committed and dynamic Director to lead Ireland’s premier art and design college for the next seven years. The Director will develop and direct the implementation of a forward-looking vision for the Institution and its aspiration to be one of the top art and design colleges in the world. The position calls for a person with a passion for art and design education, experience of leadership and governance and, ideally, academic credentials at doctoral level. Significant engagement with art, design and culture in society will be a strong recommendation. The successful candidate will be an ambassador for the College nationally and internationally.

The post is for a fixed-term contract period of seven years.

Further information and application procedures are available here:

The National College of Art and Design is an equal opportunities employer. NCAD celebrates diversity by having an inclusive ethos and distinctive access policy, providing equality of opportunity, encouraging, supporting and helping all staff and students to reach their full potential.

Job Vacancies | Administration Positions at Dance Theatre of Ireland

Deadline: 28 January

Dance Theatre of Ireland is currently recruiting for key positions in the Company.

Dance Theatre of Ireland is a professional dance company based in a purpose-built Centre for Dance in Dún Laoghaire, with extensive Arts and Health, Community and Educational Outreach programs, transforming people’s lives through dance. DTI creates a welcoming atmosphere, producing a variety of dance programs which engage the public of all ages and bring a lot of joy into people’s lives.

  • Marketing and Finance Administrator
    A dynamic and varied position in a busy arts organisation, delivering the marketing for all of our programs and performances, including e-mailers, website updates, social media and PR contact with press and print media. It also involves financial aspects: keeping the day- to-day accounts, bank reconciliations, database and office management systems up to date as well as client-facing aspects: answering enquiries for our classes and programs. This is an ideal role for a person who likes variety and producing programs and events – with a visual as well as technical flair and a passion for engaging people in the arts.
  • Centre and Outreach Coordinator
    The Centre & Outreach Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to manage DTI’s busy Centre for Dance programs; its classes and also its nation-wide Educational Outreach program of workshops. The position involves managing the enrollment / attendance/ financial tracking of these activities, interfacing with class participants and Outreach clients/teachers, liaising with DTI teachers, and managing a wide range of key relationships in conjunction with the Artsitic Directors. A key role for an enthusiastic communicator, involving both a financial and client facing aspects, with a passion for people and the arts.
  • Receptionist Part-Time
    DTI requires a friendly, computer-savvy Receptionist to support the Centre for Dance’s programme of classes and workshops: Reception 2 evenings per week from 6:15pm (Friday and one other night) and all day Saturday when we are in Term (about 20 Saturdays, January-through July) Approx 11-14 hrs per week. Fluency in Microsoft Excel and Word and excellent keyboard and numeracy skills essential.

For further information please visit

Please send Application Letter and CV to
The Artistic Directors
T: 0872231455