We are currently recruiting for a DC Programme & Membership Coordinator, 30 hours per week with a salary of £20,000 per annum (pro rata equivalent to £25,000 p.a.).

The DC Programme & Membership Coordinator will help to deliver the work of an exciting new arts organisation for Eastbourne.

This is a great opportunity for a self-starter with at least two years of experience working in the visual and/or performing arts with strong fundraising, marketing, event management, and partnership development skills.

You will ideally be interested in working in the community through an arts context and inspired by the power of creativity to transform and improve lives.

You will enjoy new creative challenges and opportunities and will be benefited by working alongside a great community through the DC members, wider artist network and local residents and businesses.

Deadline: Friday 15 June 2018 by 5pm.

Interviews: Wednesday 27 June 2018

Apply for this post

To apply for this post, please send a completed application form and equal opportunity monitoring form to Lucinda Murphy, Facilities Coordinator on facilities@devonshirecollective.co.ukor by post to DC1 Cafe & Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road, Eastbourne BN21 3PL. CVs will not be accepted.

Please get in touch if you have any access needs or require different format application. All our venues are fully accessible.

If you have any questions about the post or would like to have an informal chat, please contact info@devonshirecollective.co.ukand we will get back to you.

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About the role

The DC Programme & Membership Coordinator will help to deliver the work of an exciting new arts organisation for Eastbourne.

As a social enterprise whose long-term aim is to become self-sustaining, you will be responsible for creating revenue opportunities through fundraising and partnerships, as well as creating and delivering our innovative arts programmes with artists, volunteers and the local community.

You will also support our dynamic and creative DC membership, which boasts 90 artist members to date – growing! – facilitating and supporting them in their own practice, as well as creating opportunities for them to get involved with DC’s work.

You will be responsible for overseeing marketing and communications for the organisation and will have a strong grasp of digital and print marketing techniques and tactics (on a budget), and in particular supporting volunteers to help ensure consistent messaging and approach.

Last but not least, you will work closely with the Board of Directors to support the development of the organisation and business plan to ensure that DC is a thriving and robust arts organisation with a strong governance structure.

 

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