Project Co-Ordinator (Events)
London, Manchester or Nottingham
Salary: £26,593 per annum (pro rata £13,296 per annum)
London weighting £28,707 per annum (pro rata £14,353), plus excellent benefits
Contract: Fixed term for 23 months, working2.5 days/17.5 hours per week, Starting August 2019- June 2021 (tbc)
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to be a part of a brand-new partnership between Arts Council England and Google Arts and Culture. The project Co-ordinator will plan, co-ordinate and manage the delivery of several training events with Arts Council England's brand-new Digital Culture Network and Google Arts and Culture across the country over the next two years to support sector digital skills development.
Working closely with the wider Digital Culture Network team, including Senior Manager, nine Tech Champions, and the Network Project Co-ordinator, it will offer a great opportunity to work in a national capacity in an exciting and varied role.
You will be a self-motivated, highly skilled event manager and organised team player with excellent multi-tasking and communication skills.
Ref No. ARTCF131
Closing date: Midnight on Tuesday 2nd July 2019
Tentative interview date: Friday 12th July 2019 in London
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.