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Arts Council England Programme Lead
This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious organisation working at the intersection of culture and climate. We are looking for a proactive individual who is excited to lead and shape the Arts Council’s Environmental Programme for Julie’s Bicycle and who will enjoy the combination of strategy (helping to identify environmental and sector priorities), management (i.e., project and people) and delivery (e.g. content development, training, consultancy).
The Arts Council England Programme Lead manages the planning and delivery of Julie’s Bicycle’s partnership with the Arts Council. The post-holder will work alongside the Director and Managing Director of Julie’s Bicycle on the strategic planning of the programme. They will manage a small team and all activities within the programme as well as deliver key elements.
The Programme Lead is the key point of liaison with colleagues at Arts Council England, managing relationships across the organisation and ensuring the programme meets its KPIs and communications objectives.
Job title: Arts Council England Programme Lead
Contract: Full-time contract, initially until March 2023, with potential to extend (*)
Location: Somerset House, London (**)
Salary: £40,000 p.a.
Reporting to: Managing Director
Start date: ASAP after 1st June 2021 (however, we will allow for the successful candidate’s notice period)
Normal hours: Working hours are 9.30am – 5.30pm, Monday – Friday (requests for flexible working hours will be considered)
Other: Annual leave is 25 days plus standard bank holidays
Cultural entitlement of £250 to spend on arts/ cultural events
All employees are also able to claim 1 hour a week for personal wellbeing
(*) This role manages Julie’s Bicycle’s partnership with Arts Council England (ACE). Continuation of the role beyond March 2023 is subject to receipt of funding within a new funding cycle.
(**) Due to COVID-19 the Julie’s Bicycle team are currently working from home with the intention to return to increased office-based working as our sector re-opens.
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If you’d like to apply, please fill out the two forms below:
Please email these forms to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight Sunday 9th May 2021.
Interviews will take place virtually on w/c 17th May 2021 (date tbc).
We endeavour to get back to all applicants to let you know if you will be invited to the next stage of the application process, however due to the volume of enquiries we expect, this will take some weeks to process, so please bear this in mind.
We are committed to being an Equal Opportunities Employer; we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, gender, disability, culture, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
Julie’s Bicycle supports flexible working and this post will be considered for flexible and job share arrangements.
Please note, this post is open to people who already have the right to live and work in the UK, as Julie’s Bicycle is not currently in a position to sponsor a work visa.
Thank you for your interest in working at Julie’s Bicycle.