The closing date for applications: 8 May, 1pm
The Director will play the lead role in the delivery of Seacourt’s long term vision and strategies while also being responsible for overseeing the development of Seacourt’s reputation as a source and facility for quality printmaking. The Director will provide the overall administrative structures and source funding streams to enable Seacourt to develop extensive public engagement work including outreach and in-house courses for schools, community and health care groups.
As well as managing governance and accountability issues within the organisation the Director’s role is critical in providing effective leadership for staff, facilitators and volunteers as well as appropriate support for artist members.
With relevant experience in management and administration and a strong track record of fundraising, developing partnerships, networking and marketing the successful candidate will also have experience of managing finance and governance matters and possess excellent presentation and communication skills.
Seacourt Print Workshop is based at the Centre for Contemporary Printmaking, Unit 20, Dunlop Industrial Units, 8 Balloo Drive, Bangor, Co Down, BT19 7QY
Full details and an application pack are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seacourt Print Workshop is committed to equality of opportunity in employment and selection will be on the basis of merit. They welcome applications from suitably qualified applicants irrespective of religious belief, gender, disability, race, political opinion, age.