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Job Opportunity: Project Manager for Good Stuff in St Leonards

Job Opportunity: Project Manager for Good Stuff in St Leonards

Fee: £18,200 (£175.00 per day for 104 days)
Job type: Freelance, fixed-term, part-time contract.
Project duration: Approx 12 months from 1 March 2022
Project Location: Hastings
Deadline for applications: Friday 11th February 2022 (12noon)

Are you passionate about arts engagement? Do you want to empower local residents to achieve positive change for their communities through collaboration?

Good Stuff in St Leonards is looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and highly organised individual to manage this ground-breaking community-led project into its final year.

This is a unique opportunity for a skilled Project Manager who is interested in enabling communities to use creativity to make change, and to help drive this experimental funding programme forward at a crucial and exciting time in its development.

Good Stuff in St Leonards is a programme of creative activities led by St Leonards residents and facilitated by local arts charity Home Live Art. The project aims to uphold the values and principles of cooperation, community action and empowerment to develop and deliver creative, community-led outcomes.

The Project Manager will work closely with Katy Baird, Artistic Director of Home Live Art, along with Good Stuff group leaders, participants, volunteers, freelance artists, funders, mentors and partners to ensure the final year of this project is delivered to plan and on time.

As well as project management and supporting individual activities, the Project Managers role will be focused on co-developing a community leadership strategy for the project.

To view the full Job Description and Person Specification, please download the Job Information Document.

Application process and interviews

  • Deadline for applications is 12noon on Friday 11 February 2022
  • Interviews will be held on week beginning Monday 21 February 2022 via Zoom

Please fill in the Online Application Form to apply

If you have any questions about the role, the wider organisation or the application process you can email katy@homeliveart.com.

Creative Civic Change is funded by the Local Trust, National Lottery Community Fund, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.



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