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Freelance Programme Assistant, ARTLIFT

  • 17th July 2020
  • South West
  • Part time
  • Paid (£15k-20k pro rata)
  • visual arts
  • Cath Wilkins - Executive Director cath@artlift.org

Description

We are seeking a highly organised, IT literate and social media savvy freelance Programme Assistant to join Artlift – a small, Gloucestershire-based charity nationally recognised for its delivery and evaluation of Arts on Prescription services.

You will bring proven experience of developing and maintaining efficient systems, processing data and supporting marketing and communications.

The role comprises assisting in set up, promotion and delivery of our programmes, managing referrals, data processing and organisational administration. 

Terms of Contract

Freelance 8-month contract, ideally starting end of July 2020 (potential for extension of contract beyond March 2021 subject to funding).

Fee: £6,400 for an average of 10 days per month, plus expenses reimbursement.

You must be able to evidence your right to work in the UK and hold (or be prepared to obtain) a current, enhanced DBS check.

You will work mainly from your own home.

How to Apply

To find out more about Artlift and to download the full role description and an application form, go to: http://artlift.org/  

Contact Executive Director Cath Wilkins (cath@artlift.org / 07917 796 959) with any queries or if you need to apply in an alternative format.

Application deadline: 5pm on Friday 17 July 2020

Interview days: between 21 and 23 July 2020

Artlift is committed to diversity and equal opportunities. We are working to broaden our workforce talent pool and participant reach to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. We would welcome applications from candidates with lived experience of disability.

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