Havering Changing is a brand new Creative People and Places (CPP) project trailing radical new ideas to engage local people in arts and culture in the communities of Harold Hill, Romford, Rainham and Orchard Village (all in the London Borough of Havering). The programme is led by a consortium of eight organisations and running through until at least late 2023.

 

Havering Changing Project Director

We are seeking to engage an ambitious person who is passionate about working with communities and supporting local people to make change. The candidate will be responsible for the day to day development and delivery of the Havering Changing project, facilitating the consortium, managing the relationship with Arts Council England and other stakeholders, fundraising, budget control and evaluation.

Full time, salary circa £45,000 per annum

Havering Changing Project Director recruitment pack – January 2020 version

Application Form

Equal Opportunities Form

Queen’s Theatre Advocacy Document 2017

Closing date for applications: Thursday 13 February 2020, 9am

First interviews to be held on Tuesday 18 February in Havering – candidates selected for the second interview will be contacted by the end of the day on Wednesday 19 February

This post holder will be employed by Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch’s, consortium lead.

This project is part of Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places programme

An Equal Opportunities Employer

Reg. Charity 248680

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