Are you an experienced manager with partnership and income-generation skills in the Cultural sector?
We need an expert to lead and direct Exeter Cultural Partnership's work by developing, managing and evaluating strategic and sector-specific programmes, initiatives, partnerships and research that contribute to Exeter's cultural development. This work is in partnership with Exeter City Council and is co-funded by the stakeholders Exeter City Council, Exeter Business Improvement District, Exeter College and the University of Exeter. It is funded in part by Arts Council England.
You will work with stakeholders and the cultural sector in the city to make sure that the Partnership promotes the city's culture offer, grows the cluster of creative businesses and strengthens the position of the cultural sector, as well as supporting the sector to build the quality of cultural opportunities for residents and visitors.
This part-time post is available immediately until March 2020.
Salary: Grade F £34,520-£42,418 pa pro rata for 3 days pw (0.6 FTE)
The post is hosted in the Innovation, Impact and Business (IIB) Directorate in the University of Exeter. Ranked among the top 100 universities in the world, the University of Exeter is investing in this new directorate to drive forward its relationships with organisations, grow its potential for impact and drive regional innovation. IIB aims to bring a new focus to partnerships and collaborative working with external, non-university partners and to drive place-based innovation. This programme will link with the University of Exeter's portfolio of Cultural Impact & Innovation work. For further information, please contact Brigid Howarth, Senior Impact and Partnership Development Manager (Culture), email email@example.com, or telephone (01392) 724315.
Application deadline: 4 January 2018.
To view the Job Description and Person Specification, visit: http://admin.exeter.ac.uk/personnel/jobs/P59829x.pdf.
Apply online via the website, using the job reference: P59829.
Interviews will take place at the end of January 2018.
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