Head of Programme

This new role has been cre­at­ed to lead on the devis­ing and deliv­ery of all aspects of the Bricks programme.

10:00 02/01/24
£36,000 FTE pro rata
Contact Name
Jack Gibbon
Applications Open: Monday, 13th November 2023
Deadline for Applications: (10am) Tuesday, 2nd January 2024
Interviews: Wednesday, 10th January 2024

Position: Head of Programme
Responsible to: CEO
Responsible for: All programming team including:
● SAH Programme Producer
● Public Art Producer
● Youth Programme Producer
● Communications Producer
● MA Curating Placement (UWE)
Hours: 32 hours per week (part time)- We are open to discussion around
more/ less hours.
Salary: £36,000 FTE pro rata
Pension: Nest Pension after probation period
Annual Leave: 20 days, plus statutory bank holidays, pro rata
Probation Period: 3 months
Contract: Salaried, PAYE
Location: St Anne’s House, Bristol, BS4 4AB, with some hybrid/home working possible.
Organisation: Bricks (Charity No: 1183118) & Bricks Trading Limited (Company No: 12359038)

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Who are we?
Bricks is a Bristol based social enterprise and charity that works with local
communities and creative communities to programme collaborative
activities and secure the spaces our communities need to thrive in the long

We formed in 2019 as a charity, and took on the lease of
St Anne’s House in 2021.

Main purpose of the job:

Head of Programme is a new role for Bricks. The core of the role is to lead in
the strategic planning and delivery of high quality, community-responsive
programmes of activity that support the delivery of Bricks’ mission.

The Head of Programme will lead the programming and communications
team on the projects that Bricks programmes directly, including Public Art
and St Anne’s House, while impacts we deliver through space hire are
delivered via our operations team.

Building on work done to date, you will agree on a creative direction for these programmes in partnership with the CEO, team and board, then lead on its delivery, finding a balance between projects that have a longer lead in along with more responsive programming.

You will bring a consistency of approach, setting a clear path for our creative
and social impact work, and line management of our programming team.
This is an exciting time to join Bricks; now over two years in to our time at St
Anne’s House and three years in to Public Art, we can continue to refine our
processes, raise artistic quality, plan longer in to the future and, crucially,
deliver on our remit to bring high quality creative projects to the heart of
communities, led by the ambition of local people.

We have delivered a strong community-responsive programme over the last
three years, and now want to build on our contemporary art remit, taking on
larger more ambitious projects, giving artists space to create, working with
communities in more long-form ways, building on our cross artform/ cross
sector collaborative working and supporting the creation of new creative
spaces in the West of England.

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