Making Space seeks Administration and Operations Coordinator (maternity cover)
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Deadline Thursday 16 November 2017
Salary £7,029-£7,857 (£17,340-19,380 pro rata)
Hours 15 hours per week (Monday evenings, Tuesday and Thursday day times)
Interview Date Monday 4 December 2017
Making Space, a craft centre with studios and learning spaces based in Leigh Park, is looking to appoint a self-motivated and skilled arts administrator. Potential start in late January 2018.
Part-time, maternity cover.
15 hours a week (Monday evenings, Tuesday and Thursday day-times. Occasional weekend working required.
You should have good organisational and IT skills and be able to prioritise and meet deadlines. Written and oral communication skills are essential as this role involves working as part of a small team, with the public, contractors, trustees and artists. Knowledge of the visual arts and experience of working in an arts venue would be an advantage.
The application pack can be downloaded from:
http://makingspace.org/job-op-admin-mat-cover/ from 26 October 2017.
Alternatively, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 023 9247 2491.
Deadline: 4pm Thursday 16 November 2017
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