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Liverpool Cultural Collaboration Project Manager, LARC and COoL

  • Closes: 19th April 2021
  • Salary: Paid (£30k-40k pro rata)

In 2019, with support from Arts Council England and Liverpool City Council, LARC and COoL commissioned Augere Consulting to explore potential future ways of collaborative working.

With further support from Arts Council England, we now wish to appoint an individual or team to project manage and deliver the further development and implementation of new business-led operating and tiered membership models, which can be resourced in order to achieve the objectives of improved service delivery and real financial benefit through cost savings or increased income. This new model must help us meet the expectations as expressed in Arts Council England’s Let’s Create strategy, particularly in relation to organisational dynamism, and those of Liverpool City Council in relation both to its Cultural Strategy and to a likely reduction in the extent of its investment in core funding of the sector.


The individual or team will work with members of LARC, COoL and the wider cultural sector to develop and implement a new collaborative framework for the sector.

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Project Timescale

We require this work to be completed before the end of December 2021.


This will be a freelance contract arrangement for services provided, for either one or more individuals or a supplier company. It will be for a fixed period between an agreed date in May 2021 and no later than 31 December 2021.


There is a fixed budget of £35k, inclusive of VAT, for the project. It is expected that this will be sufficient to resource the activities detailed above and deliver the required evidence/outputs in the timescale.

Applicants are invited to provide proposals by 6pm Monday 19 April.  Proposals should be provided in a Word document format and be no more than ten pages in length, and should be submitted via email to:

Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed in the week commencing 27 April, by video conference, by a panel made up of members of the Project Management Board.