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Manchester International Festival
£36,000 - £39,000 per year
MIF seek a Senior Learning Manager to develop and deliver engagement programmes with a focus on supporting learning and development.
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Manchester, Greater Manchester
£36,000 - £39,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Manchester International Festival (MIF) invites great artists from across the globe to create extraordinary new work for the Festival, which is staged every two years at venues and found spaces across Manchester. Our future home is The Factory, a world-class cultural space being built in the heart of the city, where we’ll present a year-round programme and artists will be able to develop work of huge ambition and scale that they might not be able to anywhere else, and with it an extraordinary opportunity to shape the future of public engagement at this new national and international cultural space.

The Senior Learning Manager will lead on our learning & development programmes – overseeing our education, talent development, volunteering, placement and work experience programmes. Helping to transform our operations from biennial to year-round, and making sure we leverage our resources, partnerships and influence to create genuine, sustainable impact. 

This is a permanent position with a salary of £36-39k per annum (dependent on experience).

Closing date 31 May 2021

First stage group assessment interviews will take place Tuesday 15 June
With second stage interviews on Monday 21 June

Manchester International Festival operate an online application process. However, if you have any specific accessibility requirements and require the application form and/or job pack in an alternative format, please email the MIF HR team.

We particularly encourage people from Greater Manchester and underrepresented backgrounds to apply.

The role will require the post holder to be based remotely initially in-line with government guidelines, however we expect the post holder to be based in Manchester nearer to the delivery of MIF '21.

Additional documents
Senior Learning Manager Recruitment Pack 2021 (.pdf)
Senior Learning Manager Application Form (Word Document) (.docx)
More about Manchester International Festival
Manchester International Festival

Manchester International Festival (MIF) launched in 2007 as the world’s first festival of original, new work and special events. It is an... Read more

Refreshed on: 19 May 2021
Closing date: 31 May 2021
Tags: Senior Management,Social Care/Development

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