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Programme Manager (Maternity Cover), DanceXchange


DanceXchange (dx) is looking for a motivated and energetic Programme Manager for Performance and Artist Development (Maternity Cover) to help deliver our vision for DanceXchange’s public programmes and Birmingham International Dance Festival 2022.

The Programme Manager will work with the Head of Artistic Programmes on the development, production and delivery of DanceXchange’s public performance programme including events within Birmingham International Dance Festival that will take place in summer of 2022. They will also work on the development and delivery of Artist and Professional Development initiatives both online and live.

We are seeking applications from individuals with a good knowledge of the performing arts, a proven track record in managing and delivering performances and events, and a good understanding of the needs of creative practitioners, performing artists and touring companies. You will need excellent interpersonal and communication skills; highly developed organisational and administration skills; the ability to problem-solve; and a collaborative, proactive, positive and self-motivated approach. If you feel you fit our brief, we’d love to hear from you!

DanceXchange thrives on the passion, creativity, and commitment of all the people we work with and we are committed to celebrating difference in all aspects of our makeup, governance and work output. We strive to be an inclusive organisation. We recognise the positive values of diversity, promote equality and challenge all forms of discrimination. We actively welcome and encourage people of all backgrounds to apply for this role. We are particularly keen to hear from candidates reflecting a broad range of voices, opinions, and experiences across age, class, disability, gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation.

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