Category: Job Vacancies


Job Vacancy | Human Resources Manager at IFI, Dublin 2

Deadline: Friday 31 March 2017, 5pm
Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Working closely with the CEO and Management team, the Human Resources Manager will be responsible for HR projects and support services, including HR policies, training, recruitment, and positive staff engagement activities. If you are a self-starter, enthusiastic and organised, this is a great opportunity to work within a fantastic and diverse cultural workplace.

For full job specification and application process please visit:  ifi.ie/about/jobs/


Job Vacancy | Development Officer at IFI, DUblin 2

Wednesday 29 March 2017, 5pm
Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin

The IFI Development Officer is a new post created within the Development team at IFI, currently comprising Head of Development and Membership Officer, and underpins the development of both commercial and philanthropic opportunities and relationships for the IFI. There will be an emphasis on developing patron schemes, researching and engaging trusts, foundations and other grant making bodies, and driving sales (including venue hire).
This is a fantastic opportunity for a dynamic, motivated, commercially-minded individual with a passion for arts and culture, a sales or fundraising background, with a highly organised and professional approach to their work.

For full job specification and application process please visit:  ifi.ie/about/jobs/


Job Vacancy | Development + Marketing Manager at Galway Community Circus

Deadline: Thursday 6 April 2017

The role of Development and Marketing Manager is a new role in the company and an opportunity for the position holder to contribute to the development of youth and social circus in Ireland and internationally. The Development and Marketing Manager will lead in the creation and implementation of Galway Community Circus’ fundraising and marketing strategies. As Development and Marketing Manager of Galway Community Circus, you will be a key member of our team. Your job will be strategic, social and will put into practice your strong beliefs about philanthropy and the importance of a strongly linked connection between marketing and fundraising activity. Your work will greatly influence the well-being of the organisation and will be integral in enabling Galway Community Circus to achieve ambitious artistic and community objectives.

Salary: €36,200 per annum pro rata | Location: Galway City
Post: This is a part-time role (30 hrs per week)
Hours: Standard hours are Monday to Friday. This post requires flexibility and availability to work daytime, evenings or weekends occasionally
For more information on how to apply please visit: www.galwaycommunitycircus.com/news/item/1607-we-re-hiring-development-and-marketing-manager


Job Vacancy | Project Coordinator at Galway Community Circus

Deadline: Thursday 6 April 2017

The role of Project Coordinator is a new role in the company and an opportunity for the position holder to contribute to the development of youth and social circus in Ireland and internationally. The role is designed to support with the delivery of an ambitious and exciting programme of activities by Galway Community Circus. The Project Coordinator will coordinate various Galway Community Circus projects including social circus and school programmes, European Erasmus+ projects and various youth arts projects. She/he will be in charge of the administrative tasks behind these projects including logistics, managing a project budget, event and volunteer management and project monitoring and evaluation. The successful candidate will report to the Executive Creative Director and will work with our team to deliver and manage work of the highest standards.

Salary: €23,050 per annum pro rata
Post: This is a part-time role (30 hrs per week) | Location: Galway City
Hours: Standard hours are Monday to Friday. This post requires flexibility and availability to work daytime, evenings or weekends occasionally
For more infomration on how to apply please visit: www.galwaycommunitycircus.com/news/item/1606-we-re-hiring-project-coordinator


Job Vacancy | Education Manager at Design + Crafts Council of Ireland

Deadline: Wednesday 5 April 2017, 5pm

The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI) is currently recruiting for an Education Manager, responsible for managing, developing and implementing innovative and progressive education related programmes to cultivate creative partnership links between education and industry sectors. This position is for a contract period of two years and will involve working from the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland’s headquarters in Kilkenny and this position will involve travel in Ireland and internationally.

Cover Letter and Curriculum Vitae by e-mail to recruitment@dccoi.ie.

Contact: Nuala McGrath, HR & Corporate Services Manager

www.dccoi.ie/craftspeople/opportunities/dccoi-education-manager-position-available


Job Vacancy | Technician/Driver Needed for Irish Art Services

Deadline: 14 April 2017

Irish Art Services is growing and need a part time technician/driver to join our great team. Our services include transportation, installation, crating, shipping and storage of art.
Primarily based in Dublin, our work takes us country wide and occasionally overseas. Work is very varied and interesting. Some travel would be involved. Office is based in Limerick but the business is based out of Dublin.
Experience is essential and a full driving licence would be an advantage. Please forward cover letter and C.V. to info@irishartservices.com

For more information please contact  info@irishartservices.com
irishartcourier.com | www.irishartservices.com (new website on the way)


Director Needed | The Ulysses Centre, Dublin

Deadline: 31 March 2017

The Ulysses Centre at Newman House, Dublin.

With four Nobel prize winners in literature, Ireland’s worldwide creative reputation is well established. Today, you have the opportunity to preserve this unique literary past while celebrating contemporary writers and inspiring future creativity.

University College Dublin (UCD) and The National Library of Ireland (NLI) will create a landmark public venue, tracing Ireland’s incredible literary journey. The Ulysses Centre @ Newman House, on St Stephen’s Green, is a unique opportunity for public and scholarly engagement with the heritage and literature synonymous with Ireland.

The Director will oversee the founding phase, bring the project to launch in the autumn of 2018 and establish it in the Irish tourist and cultural landscape. You will lead the centre’s artistic, cultural, marketing and financial operations and create a sustainable business model for the future.

A track record in building, leading and sustaining innovative enterprises, with a deep commitment to arts and culture, is essential. This landmark initiative requires ambition, passion and vision along with high levels of public engagement.

Proven strategic leadership, communication and negotiation skills are essential, as is financial oversight and project & change management experience. Fundraising for arts/cultural initiatives, creating marketing campaigns and an in-depth knowledge of Ireland’s literary culture will ensure you are key to the centre’s success. Salary package: €100,000

For full details and application information, visit: www.creativecareers.ie/job/director/


Job Vacancy | Event Manager for Culture Night Belfast 2017

The deadline for submission is 5:00pm on Thursday 30 March

The Cathedral Quarter Trust invites submissions for a fixed-term six-month contract for event management services to begin as soon as possible. The Event Manager will work as part of a team to deliver Culture Night Belfast on 22 September 2017. The fee for 6 months is £15,000 with the possibility of extension. Services are to be provided on a freelance basis and the candidate is responsible for their own taxes and insurance. Contract will be dependent on the availability of funding.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent experience of producing and managing events, strong general management and administration skills, experience in programming and production, marketing and managing finances.

Interested candidates should submit a CV and cover letter demonstrating their experience in relation to the scope of work below and specifically addressing the essential and desirable criteria. Candidates should include details of two contracts which demonstrate ability to successfully manage contracts of similar size, scale, content and complexity to this event that have been completed in the last three years.

All submissions should be emailed to p.freedman@cqtrust.com

For full job description and requirements see: www.capartscentre.com/Event-Management-job-description.pdf


Job Vacancy | Lecturer in Arts and Cultural Management, King’s College London

Application deadline: 31 March

The Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries (CMCI) at King’s College London seeks to appoint an outstanding candidate at lecturer level who is able to perform teaching, supervision and assessment duties on our successful MAs (primarily the MA Arts and Cultural Management), provide PhD supervision, and conduct high quality original research.

Applicants with expertise in all relevant areas of arts and cultural management are invited. The appointed candidate will be an excellent teacher who can develop and deliver teaching for our core modules on the MA Arts and Cultural Management, and the Department’s suite of options. A likely feature of the role is to establish, manage and sustain partnerships with professionals and organizations in the arts and cultural sector.

Evidence of working in or with the sector will therefore be an advantage. As CMCI is committed to research-led teaching, the appointee must be able to demonstrate an established or growing profile of excellent research. Finally, the appointee is expected to have the commitment and necessary competences to actively participate in the Department’s everyday administrative functions.

Salary scale: Grade 6, £32,958 – £39,324 per annum

For further details on this role and the application process see: www.irishmuseums.org/career-post/654


Job Vacancy | Coordination and Development Services for Culture Night 2017

Tuesday, 4 April 2017, 5.00pm

Joint Request for Tender by the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs and Dublin City Council for Coordination and Development Services for Culture Night 2017

Culture Night is an initiative led by the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs and is a unique and special occasion that gives people the chance to visit venues and experience culture that may not normally be on offer.

Requirements
The services sought include, but are not necessarily limited to the following elements:

  • Coordinate with local organisers of Culture Night events, particularly Arts Officers and Local Authorities;
  • Ensure that participating regions, including the Dublin region, in conjunction with their designated contact persons, collate material, for the design and publication of
  • their programmes in hard copy and online;
  • Register participating groups and activities online;
  • Propose and deliver programming that adds value to the programming of participating institutions/venues, as agreed with the awarding bodies;
  • Collate promotional material, design, publish and distribute a programme in hard copy and online;
  • Develop a Communications Strategy including marketing and PR, Advertising, Social Media and other online outlets;
  • Coordinate with and report to the Department of Art, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs;
  • Maintain quality control of the Culture Night brand;
  • Develop and maximise existing and new sponsorship opportunities;
  • Liaise with the production of a flagship event(s)/projects for Culture Night 2017 (details to be agreed / finalised);
  • Work within budgets and deadlines;
  • Maintain the Culture Night website;
  • Prepare a review of the 2017 event, to include recommendations on the delivery of Culture Night in future years, no later than 2 months post the 2017 event.

Timeframe
The timeframe for the return of tenders for the services sought is up to 5.30pm on Monday 10th April 2017.

In order to view the tender, you need to register at www.etenders.gov.ie. Then visit this link: https://goo.gl/MIdH25


Job Vacancy | Marketing and Communications Manager at Young at Art, Belfast

Application deadline: Monday 20 March, 4pm

Young at Art is Northern Ireland’s leading children’s arts provider. The successful candidate will work as part of a core staff team, reporting directly to the Director. S/he will undertake general management duties for this small but busy arts charity, with a social economy trading arm and a creative writing charitable company (approximate turnover £500,000).

The postholder will be responsible for the general and operational management and fundraising needs of Young at Art and its companies. S/he will cover policy and procedure oversight, operational delivery of all projects including the annual international festival in March, and a range of engagement activities.

Location: Company offices (Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter) with off-site activity (meetings, etc)
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
Salary: £25,000 – £27,000 (based on experience)
Contract: This is a permanent full-time position. A probationary period will apply.

Young at Art operates a range of policies that respectively promote equality, health and safety and the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults from harm. All candidates for this post must be committed to upholding these policies and additional checks may be required for the successful applicant.

For full job description see: www.artscouncil-ni.org/news/job-opportunities

www.youngatart.co.uk


Job Vacancy | Administration and Operations Assistant at Young at Art, Belfast

Application deadline: Monday 20 March, 4pm
Young at Art is Northern Ireland’s leading children’s arts provider. The successful candidate will work as part of the staff team of Young at Art’s agency, Young at Art Events staff, reporting directly to the Programme Officer. S/he will undertake administration and operational duties for this small but busy social economy trading arm (approximate annual turnover £100,000).

The postholder will be responsible for the smooth and efficient running of Young at Art Events. S/he will co-ordinate bookings, scheduling of artists, casual staff and volunteers, operational delivery of activity and general administration.

Location: Company offices (Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter)
Working Hours: Part-time (20 hours per week)
Salary: £15,600-16,575 pro rata (based on experience)
Contract: This is a permanent part-time position. A probationary period will apply.

Young at Art operates a range of policies that respectively promote equality, health and safety and the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults from harm. All candidates for this post must be committed to upholding these policies and additional checks may be required for the successful applicant.

For full job description see: www.artscouncil-ni.org/news/job-opportunities

www.youngatart.co.uk


Job Vacancy | General Manager at Young at Art, Belfast   Recently updated !

Application deadline: Monday 20 March, 4pm

Young at Art is Northern Ireland’s leading children’s arts provider. The successful candidate will work as part of a core staff team, reporting directly to the Director. S/he will undertake general management duties for this small but busy arts charity, with a social economy trading arm and a creative writing charitable company (approximate turnover £500,000).

The postholder will be responsible for the general and operational management and fundraising needs of Young at Art and its companies. S/he will cover policy and procedure oversight, operational delivery of all projects including the annual international festival in March, and a range of engagement activities.

This is a unique opportunity for the successful candidate to bring organisational and leadership skills to a thriving and exciting creative business. Their work will have a direct effect on the achievement of the companyʼs vision and strategy.

Location: Company offices (Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter) with off-site activity (meetings, etc)
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
Salary: £25,000 – £27,000 (based on experience)
Contract: This is a permanent full-time position. A probationary period will apply.

Young at Art operates a range of policies that respectively promote equality, health and safety and the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults from harm. All candidates for this post must be committed to upholding these policies and additional checks may be required for the successful applicant.

For full job description see: www.artscouncil-ni.org/news/job-opportunities

www.youngatart.co.uk


Job Vacancy | Executive Assistant/Administrator at National Print Museum

Application deadline: Friday 17 March, 5pm

The National Print Museum is seeking to appoint a Museum Executive Assistant/Administrator, responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Museum.

The National Print Museum collects, documents, preserves, exhibits, interprets and makes accessible the material evidence of printing craft and fosters associated skills of the craft in Ireland. The Museum wishes to recruit an experienced Museum Administrator.

Essential Skills:

– At least three years administration experience (museum or arts administration preferable)
– Communication
– Customer service
– IT literacy, excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office (all packages)
– Bookkeeping
– Organisation
– Multi-tasking
– Ability to work alone or as part of a team
– Punctuality and reliability

Desired skills

– A relevant third level qualification
– Interest and experience in the arts, heritage and museum sector

Contract
This is a 12 month contract subject to the successful completion of a three-month probationary period. This is a part-time position requiring the successful candidate to work 3 days per week.
Payment will be €10 per hour.

For full job description see: www.irishmuseums.org/career-post

Application
Please forward a covering letter and CV, containing names and contact information for two referees, marked Museum Administrator Post to:

HR
National Print Museum
Garrison Chapel
Beggars Bush
Haddington Road
Dublin 4

Or by email to carlamarrinan@nationalprintmuseum.ie

Interviews will be held the week of 27 March.


Job Vacancy | Administration Manager at Wexford Arts Centre   Recently updated !

Deadline for applications: Monday 20 March, 5pm.

Wexford Arts Centre, CLG (WAC) is a vibrant arts centre delivering a muti-arts programme for all in the heart of Wexford County as Ireland’s oldest regional arts centre since 1974.

Wexford Arts Centre currently have an opportunity for an experienced, confident and meticulous Administration Manager to join our team during an exciting transformational period when significant capital upgrades are due to take place which will revitalise the centre for sustaining and enhancing creative development and cultural engagement.

Reporting to: Executive Director/CEO
Salary: €20,000 approx.
Length of Contract: 12 months (renewal subject to review). 3/6 months probation.
Hours: Full time, No overtime paid but approved time off in lieu may be taken as appropriate.
Leave: 20 days annual leave.
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Job Vacancy | Marketing and Communications Officer at The Irish Association of Youth Orchestras

Application Deadline: Monday 27 March, 10am

The Irish Association of Youth Orchestras is recruiting for a Marketing and Communications Officer to work at their office in Cork City. This is a new role in the company and an opportunity for the position-holder to contribute to the development of youth orchestras and youth music throughout Ireland with a wide, but manageable, portfolio of activity to a variety of stakeholders and the general public.

Location: Civic Trust House, 50 Pope’s Quay, Cork.

Contract: Permanent full-time (37.5 hours per week). There is a 6-month probationary period. Annual leave of 25 days per annum. Some weekend work may be required for which time-off-in-lieu will be given as per the IAYO Employee Handbook. There is currently no pension scheme operated by IAYO – employees will be facilitated in a PRSA.

Salary: €28k-€30k depending on skills and experience.
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Job Vacancy | Senior Exhibitions Officer at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum

Application deadline: 26 March

Rugby Art Gallery and Museum has an exciting opportunity to welcome a person with curatorial experience to our small and friendly team. Your role would include continuing to develop the exhibition programme and working with the team to create complementing interpretation programmes.

As a Cultural Hub, we have expanded our team to reflect a focus on visitor economy and whilst strengthening our programme to improve the wellbeing of our residents and visitors. We have a reputation for high quality contemporary art exhibitions with strong national partnerships, alongside a nationally significant British Art Collection, which this post holder would be responsible for. We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and committed individual to continue developing this work.

Salary: £27,668 – £31,601

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Nikki Grange, Arts, Heritage and Visitor Services Manager on 01788 533208.

You can view full details of this job via the website, where you can also apply online. Please visit www.rugby.gov.uk.


Job Vacancy | Marketing Manager at Belfast International Arts Festival

Closing Date for applications: Monday 13 March, 12 noon

Belfast International Arts Festival wishes to appoint an outstanding Marketing Manager to lead the on-going development of our brand, reputation, reach and sales.

This is a pivotal role within a small, high performing team. The Marketing Manager is responsible for the management and delivery of the marketing and communications function of the organisation.

We actively encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds and value the positive impact difference has on our team.
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Job Vacancy | Operations Director at Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, Canada

Application deadline: Friday 10 March, 5pm

Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre is seeking a motivated and organized individual for the full-time position of Operations Director at the Centre, to start at the beginning of April 2017.

A catalyst for cultural activity in Kingston, Ontario, Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre is in its 40th year of operations. Modern Fuel is a not-for-profit artist-run centre facilitating the presentation, interpretation, and production of contemporary visual, time-based and interdisciplinary arts. Modern Fuel supports innovation and experimentation, and is committed to the education of interested publics and the diversification of its audiences. (more…)


Job Vacancy | Director of Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival 2018

Application deadline: Monday 20 March, 12 noon

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council invites applications for the role of Director of Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival 2018.

The fee for the 2018 Festival is €35,000 inclusive of VAT. The Director will be engaged initially for the 2018 Festival.

We are seeking a creative enthusiastic person with a strong arts/literary background and significant experience in programming events or festivals. Production experience is also a requirement. The Director will be responsible for creating an artistic vision for the festival and for leading the implementation of this vision.

For full details visit: www.creativecareers.ie/job/festival-director/