Full time Administrator working across Cultivator and other Creative Kernow projects
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Deadline Monday 18 September 2017
Hours 37.5 hrs per week
Interview Date 28/09/2017
This post is part funded by European Structural and Investment Funds
Creative Kernow runs a number of projects in Cornwall, with the key ones being Krowji, the creative workspace cluster in Redruth; the Carn to Cove rural touring scheme; the Cornwall 365 cultural tourism project; Cornwall Open Studios and the FEAST community arts programme. It also runs Cultivator, a European funded project providing an integrated programme of skills and business development support for Small to Medium Enterprises in Cornwall’s creative industries, delivered by Creative Kernow’s long-established Creative Skills initiative. This is funded by the European Social Fund, the European Regional Development Fund, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council.
The administrator will provide support to the Cultivator Senior Administrator across many aspects of the Cultivator project.
The administrator will provide support to other Creative Kernow projects as required. In particular this will involve regular work with the small FEAST team for about 10-15 hours per week. The FEAST scheme invests in a wide range of amazing community arts projects across Cornwall every year and so the team need support with the administrative tasks that come with such a varied portfolio of projects.
Other Creative Kernow project strands such as Cornwall Open Studios, Cornwall 365, Krowji and Carn to Cove will also need administrative support in varying degrees across the year, so the post-holder will get the opportunity to work across our entire field of operations.
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