Charity registered in Scotland SC009405
As Marketing and Communications Manager you will lead work across digital, social media, print and advertising to continue to grow engagement with Collective’s unique offering, and to build our reputation and profile as a platform for artists and a meeting place for ideas, working alongside, and managing our Communications Coordinator. The full job description can be accessed here.
As Development and Enterprise Manager, you will join us at a crucial and exciting time, as we look forward to a return to more normal operations, and work to re-engage with audiences, stakeholders and supporters across the city and beyond, to raise the profile of Collective and our new home in the City Observatory.
Following the success of our initial capital redevelopment fundraising campaign from 2013 to 2018, we have now entered a new phase, where ongoing support from trusts and foundations, donations and individual giving will be key to our sustainability. A recent report by Cause 4 indicated that we have significant potential to grow in this area, and the Development and Enterprise Manager will play a key role in supporting this ambition.
The new role will work closely with the Director to generate new income streams for Collective, with an emphasis on growing support from Trusts and Foundations, corporate sponsors, individual giving, and maximising the potential of our trading enterprises.
Since 1984, Collective has been fundamental to the cultural vitality of Scotland. Collective is an innovative contemporary art centre; we work with artists to produce new art focusing on artist research, engagement and collaboration. Our mission is to bring people together around new art and we have a vision of a thriving creative society, where the artists of our time inspire new ways of looking, questioning and thinking through art.
This role offers an opportunity to be part of our front of house team dedicated to the visitor experience and every day running of Collective; located in the fully restored City Observatory on Calton Hill.
Would you like to contribute to the success of an innovative and ambitious contemporary art charity? Collective has re-opened its doors and now welcomes applications for two new board members. As a volunteer trustee, you will contribute your time and skills to help us achieve our goals and shape our strategic direction. In return, you will receive a warm welcome from a committed board with a shared interest in helping Collective flourish, along with a diverse range of social and professional opportunities.
Could you help us generate and implement our artistic programme, particularly our Satellites Programme for emerging practitioners and blended digital activity? The Producer will also support the programme of City Dome exhibitions and will play a central role in the Programme team. Download the Job Description below.
Do you have a background in retail and are you looking to contribute to a conscientious brand which seeks to promote artists, makers, and independent labels? If you love meeting people and selling great products in a beautiful environment we'd like to hear from you. Download the Job Description below.