Seacourt Print Workshop is a creative hub in Bangor, North Down providing a unique space for engaging in creativity whatever your training or life circumstances. Their workshop is a place where people can come to make art, develop their skills and talents and connect with others who love printmaking.
They have been delivering print based programmes to improve well-being, mental health and inclusion for a number of years. Now, having secured funding through the Foyle Foundation they wish to employ a Print for Well Being Development Officer who will lead their current projects and devise and implement new programmes.
They are looking for a dynamic, creative professional with experience of designing and delivering projects for impact.
To request an application pack please contact Director, Emma Drury on 02891460595 or email@example.com
NJC Point 28 pro rata £15,470 (FTE £25,400); One Year Fixed Term Contract.
You can find out more about Seacourt Print Workshop by visiting www.seacourt-ni.org.uk Their principal Funder is the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and this post has been made possible by The Foyle Foundation.
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, marital status, sexual orientation or whether or not they have dependants.