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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 through our work.

To help us deliver these and several new initiatives at this critical time, we are looking for two new team members: a Team Assistant and a Project Manager.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 5 October 2020. 

The Team Assistant will provide core support to our team, providing a wide range of organisational assistance and enabling us to deliver our funding opportunities and programmes effectively.

  • Full time, fixed term to March 2022
  • £23k per annum
  • Interviews will take place on 14 October 2020 by video call.

Please see the Job Pack here

The Project Manager will be responsible for managing the administration and delivery of a number of projects and programmes with an emphasis on working with individuals funded by us, making the most of our website, managing data and supporting our organisational learning.

  • Full time, fixed term to March 2022
  • £26k per annum
  • Interviews will take place on 12 October 2020 by video call.

Please see the Job Pack here

Jerwood Arts core values are imaginative, responsible and independent, and we are keen to support two new voices to join our team that will bring different perspectives and lived experiences to how we manifest these.

We works across most artforms, and our staff team currently represent a good spread of arts and cultural interests. We are well served with visual arts specialists and are seeking to increase the team’s knowledge around performing arts, in particular music and dance.

We are known for advocating for better conditions for artists through our work, including more inclusive recruitment practices. Over the past two years, our funding has been reaching increasingly diverse artists, curators and producers, and as our team grows, we want to ensure it better represents those we work with to best inform our work.

We had to abandon a round of recruitment in March due to the impact of Covid-19, and we are excited to have this opportunity to appoint now. We welcome previous applicants to apply again if they can see themselves fulfilling one of these new roles.

Our staff are supported through a combination of line management, personal professional development and team training, most recently in coaching skills. We offer flexible working, cycle to work scheme and a discount at the Gentleman Baristas’ School House cafe.

We are already looking forward to inducting our new team members to feel comfortable working with us and understand Jerwood Arts’ approach, and we can provide role-specific training to develop your skills in areas where you may have less experience and/or feel less confident. Supporting our staff means not asking them to represent any particular group and ensuring they can fulfil their potential regardless of their background, identity or situation.

Please contact us at info@jerwoodarts.org or 020 7261 0279 if you have any questions about this role, if you have any technical issues with our form or if you have any access requirements that we can support you with during the application process. We will respond to email enquiries within three working days.

 

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Our application portal has a save and continue function to help you make your application. You can also download a Word version of the form here to work on your application offline. All applications must be completed and submitted by 5pm on 5 October 2020 online to be considered. Please contact us if you experience any technical difficulties with making an application.