Development and Marketing Manager, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art

Development and Marketing Manager, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art

  • 15th July 2019
  • Part time
  • Paid (£25k-30k pro rata)
  • Zoe Dunbar zoe@cfcca.org.uk

Development and Marketing Manager

3 days / 22.5 hours per week

Permanent

Manager Grade £25,500 – £28,500

The Development and Marketing Manager is a new management role which will work closely with the CFCCA Director on innovating and leading successful fundraising and commercial income initiatives. This vital and innovative position comes at an exciting time for CFCCA to lever new funding and support as Greater Manchester leads the field in a growing market of trade and investment between UK and China, alongside an increased public appetite to learn more about this important area of the world.

Managing the Development and Marketing team, to include a Marketing & Communications Coordinator and Business Development Co-ordinator, the role will also oversee the marketing and communications strategy to support audience development, drive increased visits, promote stakeholder engagement and raise the profile of the organisation and its reach locally, nationally and internationally. An externally facing role, it will support the Director in developing stakeholders whilst raising CFCCA’s profile.

CFCCA is the leading authority on Chinese contemporary art in the UK, through our work we encourage conversation, spark debate and promote global exchange on contemporary world issues. We create meaningful encounters between artists and audiences through a lively public programme of exhibitions, artist residencies, engagement projects and events both on site and in partnership with other cultural institutions.

CFCCA is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

For more information and to apply, please visit: www.cfcca.org.uk/work-with-us/

The deadline for applications is Monday 15th July at 12pm

Interviews will take place at Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art on Thursday 25th July