Fixed-term for 14 months due to limited funding
37 hours per week
£30,000 per annum
As Community Engagement Manager for us, you will be responsible for developing and delivering an exciting and extensive Heritage participatory interpretation Programme, connecting new and diverse audiences with the rich heritage of our building through activities that interpret this history. This will involve working in collaboration with colleagues at the Royal Pavilion & Museums and with other external partners.
Ideally you will already have worked in the Heritage or Arts sector and be familiar with a busy venue/museum type setting with a high turnover of events – however we can offer support to induct you into our world if this is new for you e.g if you’ve worked in the youth, community or other sectors we can support you to transfer your skills. This is a role where you will hit the ground running with a full year of exciting activities already planned but with room for you to shape and develop them.
We are looking for someone with:
• Substantial knowledge and experience gained in engaging communities in heritage, education, outreach or arts activities.
• A demonstrable commitment to equality of opportunity in their past work.
• Proven ability to realise a strategy.
• Experience of delivering outreach programmes and/or working with a range of community groups, of all age ranges and backgrounds.
• Experience of using a variety of methods to evaluate the success of projects and activities.
For an informal conversation about the role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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For further information visit our website here: https://brightondome.org/about/jobs/
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 22nd October 2021
Interviews will be held on: week beginning 1st November 2021
Brighton Dome and Festival Ltd is a registered charity and pursues a policy of equal opportunities. Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival values diversity promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from all backgrounds and all parts of the community, particularly disabled people and people who are ethnically diverse, who are currently under-represented in our organisation. All applications are judged on merit.