The post of Managing Director is based in Druid’s Galway home but will involve work in various locations. The person appointed will be an exceptional leader with key experience in national and international theatre production. S/he will report to the Artistic Director and to the Board of Druid to produce work of the highest quality for national and international audiences. It requires a track record of successful production at home and abroad, proven ability as a leader, passion for excellence, agility and imagination and a commitment to Druid’s Vision and Mission.
Full details including job responsibilities can be found from the weblink above.
Applications, including a comprehensive CV and cover letter, should be submitted on-line and no later than close of business on Friday 23rd September 2016 to above email. Any request for further information may be submitted in writing and before Monday 19th September addressed to the Chair at the same email address.
Technical Manager, Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre, Armagh
The Technical Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the technical and operational management across all activities in The Market Place Theatre and Arts Centre. The Market Place is a thriving, demanding and challenging venue with a diverse program of arts events with very different requirements and tight deadlines for turnaround.
The post holder will manage, develop and be responsible for the delivery of all aspects of the technical requirements of individual artists and groups using The Market Place, across the whole venue.
The Technical Manager will be the designated Health and Safety Advisor for the building and will play an active role in developing health and safety policies and procedures for both staff and users as well as venue-based training for staff and volunteers and must keep abreast of all relevant legislation that would affect the theatre’s operations.
The Technical Manager will be responsible for the maintenance of venue as a whole, including mechanical and electrical plant and equipment. The post holder will report to the Theatre Director and will be a key member of the core management team of The Market Place, Theatre and Arts Centre.
The National Museum of Ireland is seeking applications from suitable candidates to fill the post of Marketing Executive in the Museum of Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. This is a full time position.
Brief description of position:
The purpose of the Marketing Executive role is to assist in the overall promotion of the National Museum of Ireland and specifically to promote the Museum of Country Life as part of the National Museum of Ireland.
Please download documents including application form from the link above.
Applications should be typed and returned with a signed letter of application and a current up-to-date CV relevant to the position, expressing interest in the position of “Marketing Executive”. Please provide a valid monitored email address on the application form and CV. This will be used to acknowledge receipt of the application and as the main form of contact to liaise with applicants.
Three copies of the letter of application, the application form and CV should be submitted by post to: Corporate Affairs Executive, National Museum of Ireland, Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co Mayo. Envelopes should be clearly marked “Marketing Executive”.
South Dublin Arts Centre Company is seeking an exceptional individual to inspire and lead the dynamic RUA RED team, curate a comprehensive programme of creative activity and to oversee the organisation’s strategic and business planning.
The successful candidate will have the skills and experience required to motivate the team towards delivering the potential of South Dublin’s hub for creative activity. The Executive Director will also oversee the organisation’s goals, relationship building and company health. This is a unique opportunity for someone with clear, focused and ambitious vision to direct the future development and growth of RUA RED, an established multidisciplinary arts venue, as one of Ireland’s most important and vibrant cultural organisations.
Please download the pdf job description & application information for full details, and terms & conditions from above weblink.
Project Assistant, National Sculpture Factory, Cork
The National Sculpture Factory is currently recruiting a Projects Assistant. This position is only open to people who are eligible for Community Employment Scheme, i.e. over 25 years of age and in receipt of a Dept. of Social Protection payment for 12 months or more.
The project assistant will support and assist the Director generally and the Programme Manager specifically in delivering and promoting the NSF programme of events, lectures, workshops, specific art projects, residencies and more.
Assisting in the planning and delivery of NSF projects
Working on NSF project promotional materials
Promoting and integrating NSF projects on the website, face book, twitter etc and other digital platforms
Preparation of print materials
The Projects Assistant will also be called upon to complete general office duties such as answering the telephone, photocopying, and mail out assistance and general office administration
The Participant will be given the opportunity to work with artists and other art professionals, and gain knowledge of the wider visual arts communities at a national and international level. This is an ideal position for someone heading in the direction of arts administration/project management
Experience in using Mac and PC desirable or, if not, a willingness to learn on the job
Some experience of the arts sector desirable but not essential
Flexibility may be required as person may be required to work outside of office hours during project delivery times and in terms of the variety of tasks that may need to be done
Design skills /Photoshop/Illustrator/InDesign programme knowledge desirable but not essential
Social networking skills/ Facebook / Linked In / Twitter
To apply for this position please email your CV to above email address.
Assistant Editor – Features for The Visual Artists’ News Sheet, Visual Artists Ireland
Visual Artists Ireland is looking to recruit an Assistant Editor – Features. The position is for a 3 year contract.
The Visual Artists’ News Sheet is a core service offered by Visual Artists Ireland. Building on a very strong history of quality provision that gives great insight into the visual arts and the lives of visual artists in Ireland, the position will continue VAI’s work in this area and develop a strategy that the VAN remains relevant to all generations of visual artists in Ireland.
Job duties and further details can be found at above weblink.
Applicants should forward a current professional résumé with a one page letter that provides their vision statement for the future of The Visual Artists’ News Sheet and specific ideas of what their first two editions of The Visual Artists’ News Sheet might look like.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before 5:50pmMonday, October 3rd 2016. Interviews will take place mid-October with a starting date of January 3rd 2017.
Museum Director, National Coal Mining Museum for England
The National Coal Mining Museum for England is seeking to appoint a Director to lead the organisation as it works to develop a sustainable strategy for its future success and development.
The Museum is entering an exciting time as it looks to meet its potential and the Director will lead through this period of change and development into the future. To be able to do this, the Museum requires a highly-experienced museum professional with the vision, capability and inter-personal skills to lead the change.
The Museum welcomes 138,000 visitors (2015/2016) each year, employs 110 staff and has 30 regular volunteers. Funded by DCMS, the Museum offers free admission to visitors and runs a wide-range of activities, programmes, research and events – details of these can be found at www.ncm.org.uk . With nationally-important collections and buildings and the underground tour led by ex-miner guides, the Museum offers visitors the chance to engage with the story of coal and with the people that lived and worked in coal mining communities.
Salary for the post is £75,000 pa. Benefits include a contributory final-salary pension scheme and excellent holiday entitlement.
For an application pack, please email email@example.com . If you wish to discuss details of the post before applying, please ring, Katharine Morley on 01924 844580 to arrange to speak to a member of the Board of Trustees.
Application is by CV stating relevant experience and a letter detailing why you are interested in the role. CV and letters should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date of Thursday 6 October 2016 at 10am (late applications will not be accepted). Interviews will take place w/c 24.10.2016.
Reel Art is an Arts Council scheme designed to provide film artists with a unique opportunity to make highly creative, imaginative and experimental documentaries on an artistic theme. Operated in association with Filmbase and the Dublin International Film Festival, Reel Art will support two films with a grant of €70-80,000 per project. Reel Art films will be premiered at the Dublin International Film Festival in 2018.
Film artists interested in applying for Reel Art are invited to attend an information session on the scheme on Tuesday 6 September at 3pm in Filmbase, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, which will outline the purpose and priorities of the award and answer questions on the scheme. Anyone interested in attending is required to register their interest by sending an email to email@example.com