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Jerwood Arts is the leading independent funder dedicated to supporting UK artists, curators and producers to develop and thrive. We know the impact of Covid-19 on their livelihoods and the arts and cultural sector has been profound and it will be a struggle for some time. Over the next year and beyond we are committed to continuing to offer transformative opportunities.

We are currently looking for a Project Manager (Visual Arts) and Digital and Engagement Manager to join us as we embark on an ambitious programme of work in 2022, supporting artists from all backgrounds and across the UK through a variety of opportunities.

Project Manager (Visual Arts)

Full Time, Fixed Term Contract (18 months), £27k per annum

We are looking for a motivated individual to join the team as Project Manager with a focus on the visual arts. This new role will be responsible for managing the administration and delivery of several projects and programmes with an emphasis on managing relationships with partners, supporting delivery of funding opportunities and working with artists and curators funded by us.

Deadline to apply: 10am, Monday 29 November 2021

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Digital and Engagement Manager

Full Time, Fixed Term Contract (18 months), £27k per annum

We are looking for a highly skilled communicator to join the team as Digital and Engagement Manager. This new role will be responsible for coordinating our voice and messaging across our social media and website to support all of our funding and exhibitions activities. It will be focused on engaging with our existing artist and arts audiences and reaching out to new ones to support our mission.

Deadline to apply: 10am, Monday 29 November 2021

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How to apply

You can apply using the online portal at the bottom of this page.

  • Please read the job pack carefully before completing your application.
  • There is no save and continue function in the online application portal. We strongly recommend you draft your responses offline in the word version of the application form below and then paste them into the online form when you are ready. We also recommend that you save the word document of your completed application for your records.
  • You will have the option of submitting either a written or a video/audio application. We do not have any preference for the format of the application and the recorded version should have the same content as if it were written.

Application Documents

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Support with making your application

Please contact us at info@jerwoodarts.org or 07947 906445 if you have any questions about this role or if you have any technical issues with our form. We will respond to email enquiries within three working days.

If you are from a background that is under-represented in the arts and funding sectors (for example those from African, Caribbean, LatinX or South and East Asian heritage, those with disabilities or long-term health conditions and those from low socio-economic backgrounds), and you would like support to articulate how your experience is transferable to this role, you can book a ten-minute call with one of our team.

To request this, please email info@jerwoodarts.org with your name, phone number, what you would like to talk through and your preferred slot from the following options: Tuesday 23 November 11am – 12pm and Wednesday 24 November 9:30am – 10:30am and 4pm – 5:30pm. Slots are limited and will be booked on a first come first served basis.

Access

We are committed to ensuring you feel as comfortable as possible throughout the process of applying to us, so if you do have any access requirements please contact Clíona Malin, Team Assistant on 07947 906445 / info@jerwoodarts.org. We will be happy to make any reasonable adjustments for you to apply or attend an interview.

If you would prefer to submit your application as an audio or video recording, the online application portal provides the opportunity for you to do this. You can upload one audio or video file with a recording outlining your experience and supporting statement. We will ask you to complete contact details and an equal opportunities monitoring form in written form to assist the processing of your application. No assessment of the production quality of audio or video recordings will be made.

If you are successful, we will design an inclusive induction process with you to ensure you are comfortable working with us, and have the right equipment and software to do the role.

 

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