We are recruiting – An Administrator (part time)

THE DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR THIS ROLE HAS NOW PASSED.

We are recruiting a new role within our team, a permanent part time Administrator aiming to bring together the various general and financial administration tasks relating to the day-to-day running of Devonshire Collective’s three venues, with an exciting opportunity for this role to support: an exciting year-round arts programme; a growing pool of members and volunteers; increasing and developing new income streams/ commercial uses for its spaces.

Job Role

This is a new role created within the organisation and aims to bring together the various general and financial administration tasks relating to the day-to-day running of Devonshire Collective’s three venues, with an exciting opportunity for this role to support: an exciting year-round arts programme; a growing pool of members and volunteers; increasing and developing new income streams/ commercial uses for its spaces.

The role encompasses the general and financial administration of our three venues including:

  • DC1 – a gallery/community café space, working with the arts programmer, the public, DC members, hirers and volunteers
  • DC2 – artist workspace studios, working with tenants, user groups and members
  • DC3 – artist workshop and studio space, working with the arts programmer, DC members and key user groups

Devonshire Collective CIC is a creative and cultural hub in Devonshire Ward, Eastbourne with artist studios, makerspaces, workshops, gallery and café for the benefit of artists, community members and the wider public. We were established in October 2016.

DC venues are located at DC1 Cafe & Gallery (67-69 Seaside Rd), DC2 Artist Studios & Makerspaces (137-139 Seaside Rd) and DC3 Workshop Space (1-5 Seaside), plus two associate venues, Royal Hippodrome & Leaf Hall Community Arts Centre.

We support a thriving artist membership scheme, deliver a high quality arts programme and develop emerging, mid-career and established artists across the visual and performance spectrum. Through our work as an independent social enterprise, we provide opportunities for community engagement, nurturing social cohesion and supporting cultural and economic regeneration.

The Devonshire Collective’s guiding principles are to:

  • Become an artistic resource
  • Support and develop emerging, mid-career and established artists across the visual and performance spectrum
  • Promote socially engaged creative practice
  • Create opportunities for community engagement
  • Offer training and professional development
  • Encourage, promote and practice wider social benefits

Devonshire Collective is a registered Community Interest Company (10423887).

Apply for this post

To apply for this post, please send a completed application form and equal opportunity monitoring form to info@devonshirecollective.co.uk or by post to DC1 Cafe & Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road, Eastbourne BN21 3PL.

Deadline: Thursday 10th October 2019 by 5pm

Interviews: Week commencing Mon 21st October 2019

If you have any questions about the post or would like to have an informal chat, please contact Harry Farmer, Programme Manager, on programmer@devonshirecollective.co.uk or 07809 443 02

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