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4 February 2020

Work with us on Season for Change

people sat around a table in a tent discussing

Summer Lab led by Artsadmin, 2018. Photo by Rob Harris.

Interested in climate action and collaboration? We are recruiting for two roles to support us to deliver the Season for Change.

Season for Change Communications Manager
Based at Artsadmin, Toynbee Studios, E1 6AB
Salary: £28,000 per annum
Contract: fixed term, full time, 10-month contract

Led by Artsadmin and Julie’s Bicycle, Season for Change 2020 will be the first major nationwide festival of artistic work celebrating the environment and inspiring urgent action on the future of our planet.

The Communications Manager provides marketing and communications support across all of Season for Change’s activities, working closely with the team at Artsadmin and the Season’s co-delivery partner, Julie’s Bicycle. The role is focused on digital communications and collaborative activity with commissioning partners, participating artists and arts organisations, and external agencies and suppliers (content creators, PR agency, digital agency) to raise the profile of Season for Change nationally and internationally. The role is based at Artsadmin.

We welcome applications from people from marginalised groups, including people of colour and disabled people in line with the focus of Season for Change’s commissions.

The deadline for applications was Monday 17 February 2020.

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Season for Change Programme Manager
Based at Julie’s Bicycle, Somerset House, WC2R 1LA

Salary: £28,000 per annum
Contract: fixed term, full time, 10-month contract

The Programme Manager will project manage the Season for Change national programme of launch events, campaign activity, artistic commissions, partnerships and sector-led activities. They will plan, coordinate, deliver and evaluate Season for Change activities, alongside the Producer and Communications Manager, working within the host organisation’s (Julie’s Bicycle) guidelines and policies, and their partnership agreement with Artsadmin.

We encourage people from any background to apply for this post. We are committed to creating a workforce which is representative of our society, and to bringing together those with a variety of skills and experiences to help shape what we do and how we work. We are particularly keen to hear from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and disabled candidates.

The deadline for applications was Monday 10 February 2020.

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