Senior Manager, Collaborative Funding (Projects), Arts Council England

Senior Manager, Collaborative Funding (Projects)

Contract: 0.5 FTE (17.5 hours per week) – Job share

Salary: £43,604 per annum (full time equivalent)

Based at one of the Arts Council’s regional offices in Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, Nottingham, Cambridge, Brighton or Bristol

Two new Collaborative Funding teams are being established in the Investment Centre. They will provide advice and support on programmes that the Arts Council delivers on behalf of, and/or in collaboration with, external partners. It will also manage the process of designing programmes from end to end, including all processes, guidance for applicants and decision making. Funding for these programmes is usually provided from external sources (including Government departments) for specific purposes.

Arts Council England will manage and administer significant elements of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) Cultural Investment Fund. Those elements that will fall within the Arts Council’s remit are:

  • Cultural Development Fund (2)
  • Museum Maintenance, Estate and Development Fund (MEND)
  • Libraries Transformation Fund (LiT)

If you would like to have a chat about the role, please contact Jane Dawson (Director, Funding Programmes): jane.dawson@artscouncil.org.uk/07872 416660.

Disabled people, those from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds and people under 30 are under-represented in our workforce, so we particularly encourage applications from people in these groups.

If candidates apply and are shortlisted for both this post and the Senior Manager, Collaborative Funding (Capital) advertised at the same time, they will only be required to attend one combined interview.  

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Post Reference: IC93-1

Closing dates for applications: Midnight Sunday 11 October 2020

Date of Interviews:  1st Interviews – 27 October 2020