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Communications & Audiences Manager, Cement Fields

  • 13th September 2019
  • South East, North Kent
  • Part time
  • Paid (£25k-30k pro rata)
  • visual arts
  • Catherine Herbert info@cementfields.org

Description

Salary of £25,000-£27,000 pro rata dependent on experience.

About Cement Fields

Cement Fields is a new and distinctive arts organisation based in North Kent, growing out of Whitstable Biennale. We work collaboratively with artists, and communities, to create outstanding new art, along the Thames Estuary from Dartford to Whitstable.

See our new holding site at www.cementfields.com, full website coming Autumn 2019; and our Whitstable Biennale project site at www.whitstablebiennale.com


About this Role 

We are seeking someone for this key new post who is passionate about contemporary visual art and enthusiastic about finding creative ways to reach and engage with a wide range of current and new participants and audiences.

You will develop strategic Communications and Audiences plans, and take a lead in achieving ambitious business plan targets. You will work closely with colleagues to ensure that our company is creating accessible routes to new and challenging contemporary art in North Kent, and fostering connections and networks between grassroots organisations, local groups, council initiatives and artist collectives. 

This role is a great opportunity for someone who can communicate with grace and authenticity with a very wide range of people, and can write beautifully in plain English, without losing complexity.

You will be highly organised, self-motivated and proactive. You will be able to operate effectively under pressure with excellent communication skills, good humour and energy and work generously with a wide range of communities.

Download the full job description here: www.artsprofessional.co.uk/jobs

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