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Senior Officer, Collaborative Funding (Capital), Arts Council England

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Arts Council England

Senior Officer, Collaborative Funding (Capital)

Contract: Permanent, working 35 hours

Salary: £32,615 per annum

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

Arts Council England is seeking an inclusive full-time Senior Officer, Collaborative Funding (Capital).

As Senior Officer in our new Collaborative Funding (Capital) team, you will provide advice and support for the various programmes the Arts Council delivers. The team will manage 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. 

In your first few weeks as Senior Officer, Collaborative Funding (Capital) you will be working in these areas:

Managing and monitoring capital grants provided to organisations for purchasing equipment, furniture, vehicles, constructing or refurbishing new buildings

Working closely with colleagues in other Investment Centre teams, particularly the Capital team, Arts Council Area and Policy colleagues and with external partners and stakeholders (including DCMS)

Providing specialist knowledge and expertise internally and externally

To apply for this Senior Officer, Collaborative Funding (Capital) role, you should have relevant experience, perhaps as a collaborative funding officer.

If you would like to have a chat about the role, please contact Emma Foxall (Senior Manager, Collaborative Funding (Capital): We are currently operating from home due to the pandemic restrictions: we will return when it is safe to do so and anticipate a mix of office and home working. Interviews may be held remotely.

Disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent people, those from Black, Asian and Ethnically Diverse backgrounds and under 30 are under-represented in our workforce, so we particularly encourage applications from people in these groups.

To view the job description please click here

To view the recruitment pack please click here

Post Reference: IC100

Closing dates for applications: 12 Noon, Monday 21 June 2021

1st Interviews: 29 June 2021