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Finance & Operations Manager (Programme Manager – Super Slow Way), Canal & River Trust

Finance & Operations Manager (Programme Manager- Super Slow Way), Canal & River Trust

  • 16th November 2016
  • Burnley
  • Full time
  • Paid (£30k-40k)
  • Laurie Peake

We are looking for an experienced Finance and Operations Manager for Super Slow Way, to play a crucial role in the delivery and development of our activity in Pennine Lancashire.

Super Slow Way is one of Arts Council England funded Creative People and Places projects, an action research programme that supports new approaches to engagement with the arts in areas where people’s involvement has been identified as significantly below the national average. It seeks to support people to experience and be inspired by the arts, irrespective of where they live and their social, educational or financial circumstances.

Using its great industrial heritage, dramatic landscapes and cultural diversity as inspiration and material, Super Slow Way is sparking a creative revolution on the banks of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal in Pennine Lancashire; one that inspires new types of productivity and offers opportunities to spend our time more imaginatively, supporting existing cultural activity and encouraging new forms.

We are looking for a well organised, self-motivated and experienced Finance and Operations Manager to work with the Director and team to sustain and build on the success ofSuper Slow Way to date.

Contributing to the development of this bold and ambitious programme, the Finance and Operations Manager will be responsible for the delivery and direction of the Operations, Finance and Business Development elements of the programme; keeping the programme on track, providing regular monitoring and reporting to funders and partners and creating a positive and viable operational environment which will enable the programme to flourish.

The successful candidate will be an experienced administrator with a track record of working successfully with creative people as well as having sound financial acumen, strategic planning, operational management and excellent collaborative and interpersonal skills.

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