Funded by Qatar Foundation International (QFI) and Arts Council England Cultural Recovery Fund.
Annual Salary: £14,286.
Working hours: 20 hours per week.
Location: Based at the office at Bluecoat in Liverpool and remotely. Outreach work will take place across the Liverpool City Region when possible.
Contract duration: The post is initially funded for 12 months.
Liverpool Arab Arts Festival is looking to appoint a creative and experienced Cultural Education Producer to lead on the development of our arts and cultural projects in schools.
The successful candidate will be experienced in brokering relationships with schools and communities, including collaborating with freelance artists. They will devise, plan and support the artistic delivery of these creative projects from scratch. As we emerge from lockdown, they will be a creative planner who is able to creatively adapt plans if required.
We are looking for someone to make a significant impact in driving forward our community work in the future.
Visit our website for the full job description: www.arabartsfestival.com/work-with-us-two-new-producer-posts/
LAAF is committed to widening access in the arts. We warmly welcome applications from those currently underrepresented in the creative industries. This includes candidates who are Black, Asian or from other ethnic backgrounds, Deaf and disabled people, and candidates from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
Closing date: 10am, Monday 10 May 2021.