If you’re someone who enjoys supporting artists to realise their ambitions, is skilled at cultivating relationships, gets a kick out of connecting people with opportunities, and takes pride in
being organised and adaptable then this is the role for you.
The role would suit someone who has excellent communication and administrative skills and is able to help maintain and develop the communities in these workspaces and enhance the studio holder experience. Alongside the customer-facing parts of the role, a large part of this position includes working with the team to secure business rates and utility accounts which is vital to the smooth running of the project.
The East Street Arts space for artists programme supports over 300 artists and arts organisations and manages over 100 properties in 33 different local authorities across the UK. You will support the team by working nationally to build relationships with artists who occupy these spaces, coordinate systems that underpin the smooth running of the project, process account applications and research new locations for the team to work in.
You’ll spend your days meeting with artists, viewing buildings, processing documents, signposting opportunities, building relationships in the sector, and supporting the team to keep the database up to date and complete applications for business rates and utility accounts.
If you are interested in the role and would like to ask any questions or discuss the role further, we would love to hear from you, please contact: Liz Ainge (Space and Place Lead), firstname.lastname@example.org or 0113 248 0040.
The role is offered as a full-time permanent position.
Deadline: 10 am, Tuesday 6 April 2021