We are on the search for a dynamic individual to play a key role in our growing Development Team and to:
We are looking for a fantastic communicator, as well as an enthusiastic and experienced team member who can bring a proven track record of securing large grants/tenders and/or who has a wealth of relationships with a wide range of Scotland’s stakeholders, (including Local and National Government, public bodies, housing associations and 3rd sector organisations), across the themes on which Impact Arts delivers (namely Employability, Education, Housing Health, Regeneration, Culture and Youth Work). A confident and capable individual they will support our Leadership team to be a public face for Impact Arts.
Our current Development Team is strong and has a wealth of combined experience, skills and consistently achieves significant results and income targets. We are now looking for an individual that can complement these and help us fulfil the needs that arise out of our new ambitious and goals. It may be that you are able to support us with all of our development needs – but we also recognise that you may have significant experience & proven results by being more of a specialist. It is important to us that we recruit an individual with vitality and who can hit the ground running straight away. Work is fast paced, demanding but also fun and comes with significant benefits,
Impact Arts is a forward-thinking community arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change. We consider the arts as a positive tool for change – helping people to build confidence and attain new skills, get back into work or education, source work in the creative arts and enjoy better health or improve quality of life.
We currently have 10 Trustees on our Board from a range of different backgrounds and are recruiting for one more Trustee. You will contribute to the overall governance of the charity and bring specialist knowledge in any of the following areas –
The overall time commitment for this position is four quarterly meetings held in the evening, a half-day of strategy and the AGM. There may be ad-hoc duties throughout the year. Our Head Office is based in Glasgow, but we are keen to speak to individuals across Scotland.
To help Impact Arts’ achieve its aim of developing the life chances of young people by engaging suitable referrals to a range of our youth facing projects.
To proactively develop strong relations with third sector organisations, youth delivery partners and statutory services and across the geographies in which Impact Arts delivers to ensure project engagement targets are met.
To bring a strong knowledge of relevant sectors including youth employability, homelessness and education to the Impact Arts team.
To find out more about the role, please download the Job Pack below.