Recruiting: Digital Programmes Manager and Digital Programmes Coordinator

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Overview

Culture24 is looking for two digitally literate, forward-thinking individuals to help us deliver our highly successful and innovative range of sector-facing programmes, services and products. Our ideal candidates will share our commitment to nurturing a thriving and relevant cultural sector able to connect meaningfully with audiences of today.

Based in our friendly office located in the heart of Brighton’s North Laine, this is a brilliant opportunity to join our entrepreneurial non-profit organisation at an exciting moment.

Both posts are focussed on our programmes of work building digital confidence, literacies, skills and capacity with and for museums, galleries, heritage sites and other cultural sector partners.

The first post is a full time managerial role on a permanent contract; the second is a part time support role on a one year contract (with potential to renew).

Digital Programmes Manager (FT)

Application Reference no: MAN19
Salary: £29,000 to £32,000 per annum depending on experience
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Term of contract: Permanent
Location: Culture24 offices, Brighton

We are looking for a full-time Digital Programmes Manager to manage and deliver a highly successful and innovative range of sector-facing programmes, services and products. You will be looking after our flagship Let’s Get Real action research programme, managing our AHRC funded One-by-One digital literacy in museums project and delivering the range of projects under our sector support contract with Arts Council. You will be diving straight in to a busy schedule of programmes, working with a fantastic mix of partners across the UK and internationally from the cultural, academic and commercial sectors. This is a crucial role working closely with the leadership team Jane Finnis and Anra Kennedy and is part of the senior management team.

You will need to be highly digitally confident, self-motivated and collaborative, with experience in delivering and producing resources, tools and workshops that support professional development. You will be a clear communicator, with an empathetic style of working, who believes in the social value of museums and the work they do.

Ideally, you will be able to start as soon as possible in May.

Deadline to apply: 10am Wednesday 24th April
Applicants notified: Thursday 25th April
Digital Programme Manager interviews: Monday 29th April

 

Digital Programmes Coordinator (PT)

Application Reference no: SUPP19
Salary: £21,000 to £24,000 (pro rata) depending on experience
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
Term of contract: One year
Location: Culture24 offices, Brighton

We are looking for a part-time Digital Programmes Coordinator to support us in the delivery of a highly successful and innovative range of sector-facing programmes, services and products. This is a new role designed to support the Digital Programmes Manager and will involve working closely with the wider Culture24 leadership team and partners.

You will be supporting the delivery and coordination of a busy schedule of programmes, working with a fantastic mix of partners across the UK from the cultural, academic and commercial sectors. You will need to be digitally confident, well-organised and collaborative, with experience in project coordination, ideally with experience balancing multiple stakeholders. You will share our values around the social value of museums and be interested to learn more about our work and its impact on the cultural sector. Ideally, you will be able to start as soon as possible in May.

Deadline to apply: 10am Wednesday 24th April
Applicants notified: Thursday 25th April
Digital Programmes Coordinator interviews: Tuesday 30th April

How to Apply

Before you apply, please ensure you download and read the relevant job description, person specification and supporting information carefully:

Digital Programmes Manager MAN19 job pack (PDF)

Digital Programmes Coordinator SUPP19 job pack (PDF)

Please write a letter to us explaining why you want the job and setting out in detail how your own personal experience matches each of the criteria listed in the ‘essential knowledge & experience’ part of the job description you wish to apply for.

Please state clearly which job you are applying for, using the reference number provided.

Please send your letter with a copy of your CV via email to Judith@culture24.org.uk by 10am on Wednesday 24th April.