Relationship Manager – Arts Council, National, Manchester/Leeds

Deadline: Monday 12 October 2015 (midnight). Full time.

Ref: RM -3

Arts Council England is looking for 2-3 enthusiastic and knowledgeable individuals from the Music and Education sectors to fill three vacancies based in its Manchester and Leeds office.

Post reference: NM18
Relationship Manager, Children , Young People and Learning
Manchester office
Salary £30,218 to £35,369 per annum (pro-rata) plus excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent
Working pattern: Job share working 3 days, 21 hours per week.

Post reference: NM9-1
Relationship Manager, Music including Education Hubs
Manchester office
Salary £30,218 to £35,369 per annum (pro-rata) plus excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent
Working pattern: Job share working 2 days, 14 hours per week with an extra day (21 hours) for the first 12 months.

Post reference: ND9
Relationship Manager, Music including Education Hubs
Leeds office
Salary £30,218 to £35,369 per annum plus excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent, working 35 hours per week

We are particularly interested in applications from one individual with a background both in Music and Education to cover both the job share posts in Manchester on a full time basis (5 days, 35 hours per week).

Within all the relationship manager posts you’ll have a focus on building empowering and enduring relationships with a portfolio of funded organisations from the arts and music education sectors as appropriate. This will include awareness of their performance against their business plan, their funding agreement with Arts Council England, and of their artistic work to identify their investment needs. You will provide advice and support in applications for funding programmes and play a developmental role in achieving the Arts Council’s mission as a member of the North team.

You will have specific expertise in Music, Music Education and Children young people and learning as appropriate to the role combined with a good understanding of the cultural sector in England and of the current challenges and opportunities facing it. You will also be able to demonstrate excellent skills in collaboration, influencing and advocacy.

1st stage interview: 19 October 2015 in either Manchester or Leeds

Closing date: Monday, 12 October 2015 (midnight).

For further details, visit the website.

 

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