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Project Manager

  • Part time
  • £30,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow*
  • Closing 5th December 2022


  • Advertised from 10th November 2022
  • 28 hours a week, Monday-Fri. At least one evening per week will be required to be worked flexibly in line with the needs of the organisation. Additional evening working may be required, especially in the bedding-in stages of the role. Occasional weekend-working will also be required.
  • Holidays: 28 days plus 8 public holidays, pro-rata. Pension: 3% employer contribution, auto-enrolment to Nest upon start date.

Role

Beatroute Arts seeks an enthusiastic, passionate individual to join their small team in the exciting new role of Project Manager. This role has been created in recognition of the growth of the charity's creative programmes, and of the increasing need for community-based creative provision. Being highly motivated and organised, you will lead a team of salaried/ freelance staff and volunteers to implement a multi-faceted, diverse programme of creative community-led engagement which responds directly to identified need and which directly reflects the overarching mission of Beatroute Arts. You will be responsible for the implementation and management of the organisations Impact Measurement Framework, with an excellent understanding and experience of evaluation practice in a community-based setting, and of working with community groups to embed this practice at membership level. Being a dynamic, positive-thinking self-starter, you will have a strong belief in the transformative power of the arts and music in community settings, and the drive to create a fairer, more equal society for those in marginalised groups and those living in poverty via arts-based provision. Being highly motivated and organised, you will lead a team of salaried/ freelance staff and volunteers to implement a multi-faceted programme of community-led engagement which responds directly to identified need and which directly reflects the overarching mission of Beatroute Arts.

*Work base

The Beatroute Arts Centre

285 Wallacewell Road

Balornock

Glasgow

G21 3RP

Occasional home working where applicable

Application notes

Candidates are asked to download and carefully read through the application information provided, and send an up-to-date C.V and Personal Statement* no longer than two sides of A4 to: recruitment@beatroutearts.com

* Referring to the job description, person spec and the aims, objectives and organisational outcomes of Beatroute Arts, candidates should write a personal statement which tells us how you will bring your knowledge, experience and passion for community work to this new and exciting role. Where possible, candidates should use examples of past work and/or experience to demonstrate their suitability for the role.

The deadline for applications is: 05/12/2022 at 10am

Candidates selected for interview will be informed no later than the: 09/12/2022

The recruitment process will involve:

• a face-to-face interview with a panel consisting of the Director, General Manager and a representative from Beatroute's Board of Trustees

• a presentation delivered to a small group of Beatroute employees, Trustees and members (more information on this will be provided if candidates are selected for interview


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