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Cambridgeshire County Council

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Title of position advertised
The Library Presents Coordinator (Fixed Term)

Salary/Fee
£25,951-£27,668

Deadline
22/01/2018

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The Library Presents Coordinator (Arts Events and Activities in Libraries)

Passionate about the arts and reaching out to new audiences to widen interest in the arts?
Great communication, project management and relationship building skills?

This is the job for you!

‘The Library Presents’ is about delivering high quality professional arts experiences selected by the community and delivered in libraries across Cambridgeshire.

As the lead co-ordinator, the success of the project depends on you. You’ll work with project partners to deliver inspiring activities and develop the skills of Friends Groups, library staff and volunteers. Our ambition is for these activities to continue beyond the life of the project through your work and that of other project partners, in engaging new volunteers and developing their confidence to continue the work of the project.

With a degree in Community Development, Culture and the Arts or Libraries Management you’ll be experienced in community development and working with rural communities. You have great interpersonal skills and are skilled in communication as you’ll have a key role in promoting the programme, developing publicity materials and media messages; using print and social media.

You’re also methodical with excellent organisational and project management skills, skilled at juggling priorities and working autonomously. Your experience of budget management will help you deliver the project to time and cost and your strong IT skills, with the ability to use advanced functionality in MS office products, will allow you to produce regular progress reports to the Project steering group.

If this opportunity excites you and you can be flexible in terms of travel and time with some evening and weekend working, we’d love to hear from you.

As one of only six library services in the country to receive funding from the Arts Council to achieve excellence and diversity in our arts programme, we can offer this role on a fixed term basis for four years.

To view the job description and make an application, click here.

Posted by CAN network on 11th January 2018.