Subject to National Lottery Heritage Funding, the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust (in partnership with Birmingham City Council) is seeking to appoint a new post, based in the JQ, to lead the implementation of the second stage of the exciting JQ Cemeteries Project.
BCC received National Lottery Heritage Funding to develop the project around the key historic cemeteries in this unique manufacturing district, the JQDT will now help in the implementation of the project by delivering the Activities Programme. This is a fantastic opportunity for a driven, self-starter and all suitably experienced persons are invited to apply for the post below:
ACTIVITIES PROGRAMME MANAGER – Full-Time Post – Job Description
(interviews Wednesday 4th September 2019 in Birmingham)
Salary: £29,000 per annum from September 2019 (provisional date).
Role: running a programme of public engagement activities alongside the capital works, managing volunteers, freelance professionals, leading on research/interpretation/audience development; managing the Activity Plan budget.
2 year fixed term contract, employed status.
For any questions email Luke Crane, Executive Director, JQDT CIC – email@example.com
To apply email a covering letter to Luke Crane (plus CV) outlining your suitability for/interest in the post relevant to the job profile and person specification, by 12.00pm (mid-day) Tuesday 27th August.