Arts Officer - 7.5 hrs per week – FT equivalent from £24,000

Work­ing with the Green Hill cura­tor to devel­op and man­age the work of Green Hill Arts, so that it con­tin­ues as an artis­tic success.

17:00 15/03/23
FT equivalent £24,000 - role 7.5 hrs pw
Contact Name
Rachel Kelly
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This job description is a guide to the nature of the work. It is not wholly comprehensive or restrictive and may be reviewed as required; other responsibilities may be added depending on experience and need. • Overseeing the Programming of the gallery space with the curator (and with guidance from the Arts Group) and ensuring deadlines are met • Engaging with the Arts Group and sharing your own knowledge and raising aspiration and inspiration • Communication with artists (along with the curator), handling contracts/deliveries etc and working with curator on relations • Running the Friends, Patrons and Sponsors Scheme – developing and promoting this incentive – joining up with other local businesses and seeking out opportunities to promote and develop the gallery • Developing effective business relations and sponsorship links for exhibitions and related outreach • Assisting/guiding office manager on shop/stock/new work for gallery shop and creating ‘pinterest’ of potential new lines / artists to support • Organising new workshops/courses/programme of events for Green Hill Arts • Promoting the art studios within the building • Produce marketing content for Green Hill exhibitions • Oversee the design and printing of exhibition posters and banners, private view invitations, and other materials • PR; writing press releases for each show with the curator and Arts Group, developing, and maintaining active media relations. • Working with the development manager on the marketing and communications strategy • Creating content for the website and ensuring uploaded and updated and managing the updating of social platforms • Developing Green Hill Arts ‘aspirations’ list with Arts Group • Working with trust development manager on potential funding submissions for projects formulated by the post-holder, curator and Arts Group