Are you a passionate, creative arts professional with strong project management, facilitation and interpersonal skills?
Are you looking for a role where you can make a real difference?
If so, we could have the perfect opportunity for you.
We are looking for a Programme Manager to join our team at Tanio (formerly Valley and Vale Community Arts).
Working in a small team based in Bettws, you will be pivotal in our mission; to offer a range of community arts-based activities to help a diverse range of people develop new skills, confidence and self-esteem through creative self-expression.
At Tanio, we strive for all community members to have access to inspiring, aspirational and high-quality arts experiences in safe environments.
Could you join us and help us achieve our mission?
You’ll be experienced in programme and project management, preferably in a community-based setting, and have plenty of experience working in a facilitative capacity.
Knowledge of the Welsh arts environment and the ability to lead and inspire facilitators, mentors and trainees are must-haves for this role.
In return we offer the chance to work with a dedicated and passionate team, a competitive salary, flexible hours, and an attractive benefits package including a stakeholder pension scheme.
The core skills we are looking for:
• Experience of programme and project management, preferably in a community-based setting
• Experience of working in a facilitative capacity
• Knowledge of the Welsh arts environment, with regard to funding, delivery and practicing artists
• Ability to lead and inspire facilitators, mentors and trainees
• Ability to plan and manage projects
• Ability to be creative when problems arise
• Sympathy with the organisation’s mission and an understanding of and empathy with the needs of our clients
• Good interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with people at all levels
• Numeracy and ability to create and manage budgets
• Good verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Self-motivated and able to manage own work programme and time effectively
Highly desirable (extra) skills:
• Degree, or relevant qualification applicable to the skills required in this role i.e. arts/ community
• Experience of designing, developing and delivering relevant training programmes that are high quality and relevant to today’s learners
• Qualified in Forest Arts delivery
• Established Networks in Voluntary and Public Sectors in Wales and beyond
• Good presentation skills
• Experience of partnership/ collaborative working
• Able to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing through the medium of Welsh
To apply for this role please send a CV and covering letter by Friday 14th August 2020 at 5pm explaining why you believe you are suitable for this role.
Good luck and we look forward to hearing from you.
• Please submit an up to date CV and a letter outlining why you are suitable for the role.
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