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Nottingham, Nottingham (On-site)
Up to £26,400 (pro rata of £33,000)
Part-time (0.8FTE - 30 hours per week)
Job description

Role: Community and Participation Manager

Contract Type: Permanent, 0.8FTE - 30 hours per week

Salary: Up to £26,400 (pro rata of £33,000), 20 days per annum plus bank holidays (pro rata), 4% employer pension contribution

Reporting to: Head of Neighbourhoods Responsible for: Freelance staff and Volunteers (subject to projects and programmes)

New Art Exchange (NAE) is a pioneering creative space in Hyson Green, Nottingham. We’re the UK’s largest gallery dedicated to contemporary visual arts from the Global Ethnic Majority. We set out to reshape the contemporary art narrative by championing diversity and inclusivity and by providing a platform for underrepresented voices in the art world. 

Purpose of the role

The Community and Participation Manager will be a key member of NAE’s Neighbourhood’s team, responsible for ensuring the effective planning, coordination, and delivery of a wide range of community projects and events that engage and inspire our local communities (predominantly from the Global Ethnic Majority). Based from within NAE’s purpose built creative space, in the heart of one of Nottingham’s most diverse areas - Hyson Green, the post holder will work with local community partners, schools and other key stakeholders to ensure the community programme is representative of the diverse voices from our local communities and has their involvement through all that we do.

Main duties of the role

With strategic oversight from the Head of Neighbourhood develop and deliver a diverse range of activity with and for the community including (but not limited to) workshops, festivals, conferences, and functions, ensuring they are aligned with NAE’s overall vision, goals and budget.

Supporting the Head of Neighbourhoods to identify and secure external funding opportunities, sponsorships, and partnerships to support the events when required.

Act as lead contact with key stakeholders, including community groups, schools, partners, citizen panels, artists, vendors, and local authorities, to ensure smooth collaboration and communication.

Support the Comms team to develop and implement marketing and promotional strategies to raise awareness of projects and events with a focus on attracting diverse audiences.

Manage budgets and financial reporting for community projects, ensuring that expenses are within budget and that financial records are accurate and up to date. In line with the overarching Neighbourhoods strategy, develop project plans, budgets, and timelines and maintain accurate records.

Ensure compliance with relevant health and safety regulations and obtain necessary permits and licenses.

Lead project staff (including contracting and acting as project manager and day to day contact for them) which will consist of freelancers, contractors, and volunteers.

Track progress, address issues, and produce reports and evaluations for internal and external stakeholders, including NAE’s Senior Management Team and local community leaders.

Employee Benefits: 

20 days per annum plus bank holidays (pro rata), 4% employer pension contribution

For further information please refer to the job description attached below.

How to apply

Please submit a 2-page covering letter & a CV (of no more than 2 pages) outlining why you are interested in the role and working for NAE and how you feel your experience meets the criteria. Applications should be sent via 'Quick Apply' by 5pm on Wednesday 19 June 2024.

Application resources
Application Instructions

As outlined in the job pack attached, if you self-identify as being from a Global Ethnic Majority background and
have demonstrable experience of programming or creating work for community groups, please state so clearly on your supporting statement.

If you would like an informal conversation about this role, Vicki Grace at Achates Recruits, who are supporting us in the recruitment of this role would be pleased to speak to you. Please contact Vicki on vicki(at)achates(dot)org(dot)uk to arrange a suitable time to speak. These conversations will not form part of our selection process.

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New Art Exchange View profile Company size Size: 21 - 50

NAE is the UK’s largest gallery dedicated to contemporary visual arts from the Global Ethnic Majority.

Posted on: 17 May 2024
Closing date: 16 June 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Campaigning,Communications, PR,Finance,Social Care/Development,Marketing,Management,Project Management,Volunteer Management,Operations

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