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VACANCY - Totnes Arts Project Officer

 Totnes is a town which values the role of arts, culture and heritage and is working to increase its profile in all aspects of our community life.

We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic project manager to be responsible for delivering an Arts and Cultural Plan for Totnes. You will have community development skills and demonstrable experience of managing arts and culture projects. A proven track record of successful fundraising is also a must.

This is a fixed term contract for 6 months with an option to extend subject to funding.

Please send us a covering letter, current CV, and a personal statement detailing your interest in the position, your relevant skills and experience and any other information that is pertinent to your application - email to

For an informal chat about the post please call 01803 862147 to speak to Helen.

The Arts Project Officer’s duties are to:

  • Develop and support a network of local practitioners in Arts and Culture
  • Work with the Arts and Culture network to devise and implement an Arts and Cultural Plan for Totnes
  • Submit an expression of interest to the Great Place Scheme by 6th October 2016 and, if this is successful, oversee and be responsible as a specialist for delivering the full grant application
  • Act as a central point for information and briefings as the plan progresses
  • Engage the local community with the development of the plan
  • Identify any other relevant funding opportunities and prepare grant application

Salary Details: £15 per hour

Job Term: initial 6 month contract

Hours: 10 hours per week - flexibility required

Location: Totnes

Closing Date: midday 22nd September 2016

Interview Date: 23rd September 2016

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