Freelance Project Manager Vacancy, Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust
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Deadline Tuesday 29 August 2017
Salary £28,750 Pro Rata to 4 Days a Week, 8 month contract
Interview Date Tuesday 4th September, 2017
Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust is Recruiting!
It’s an exciting time to join the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust as we embark on a new three-year ‘Forest Look Out’ commissioning programme which will see eight new Forest based-sculpture commissions and a new public events programme that will engage thousands of people over the next three years. The Trust works in partnership with Forestry Commission England, to commission sculpture for a 4.5 mile forest trail based at Beechenhurst in the Forest of Dean. The trail is free-entry and attracts over 300,000 visitors annually. All of its sculptures are inspired by the unique heritage and biodiversity of the Cannop Valley. In 2016, FODST celebrated 30 years of commissioning pioneering art in a forest environment including seminal works by Cornelia Parker, David Nash and Peter Randall-Page.
We are looking for an exceptional candidate to join us as Freelance Project Manager £28,750 Pro Rata to 4 days a week, 8 month contract.
You will be an experienced project manager with the skills and experience to oversee the production management and evaluation of our world-class sculpture commissioning programme.
Interviews are taking place Tuesday 5th September 2017 at the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail.
Deadline to apply: Tuesday 29th August 2017.
To download job descriptions and information sheets and find out how to apply please visit: www.forestofdean-sculpture.org.uk/news
Contact Projects Director, Cathy Mager, firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries about either role.
The Forest Look Out programme has been made possible with the support of funding from Arts Council England, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, The Summerfield Trust, Ernest Cook Foundation and is delivered in partnership with Forest Art Works the national arts programme for Forestry Commission England.
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