Wasps is excited to announce this opportunity to join our team, to support the delivery of our newest project – the Inverness Creative Academy. The project represents an investment of £5.71m in the communities of the Highlands, and will create the region’s first dedicated creative hub to foster creativity, growth and collaboration.
The project, which is part-funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, will bring two historic buildings with strong links to the people of the Highlands back into community use. A vital part of achieving this goal is through our engagement with the community – using arts and the building’s heritage to engage, excite and educate.
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic creative practitioner, passionate about working with the community, to help us plan and deliver a varied programme of events and activities during the redevelopment.
About the Heritage Activity Officer role
The post of Heritage Activity Officer is an exciting role for someone with an interest in community development, arts and heritage to engage with the wider communities across the Highlands in the transformation of these historic former school buildings to deliver the first major creative hub in the Highlands, building a central home for collaboration, production and opportunity.
The Heritage Activity Officer role at Inverness Creative Academy is a temporary (18 months) part-time opportunity, which is part-funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The post involves the planning, coordination and delivery of an exciting and engaging programme of activity, designed to educate and involve the local community in the building’s past, present and future.
The post will be based at the Inverness Creative Academy, reporting directly to Wasps’ Head of Projects (based in Glasgow), and has a salary of £23,500 FT pa pro rata dependant on experience.
Please download the Job Information Pack from the side bar on the right for full Job Description and Person Specification, providing more details on the responsibilities and requirements of the role. Our intended programme of activity is also included.
To apply please send a copy of your CV along with a covering letter outlining why you consider yourself suitable for this position. Please include contact names, phone numbers and email addresses for 2 referees, one of whom should be your current or most recent employer.
Applications should be submitted by no later than Friday 14 February 2020, by email to:
Stuart McCue-Dick (Executive Director – Corporate Services) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions should be titled: Private and Confidential - Job Application
For initial discussions regarding the role please call Chris Cowie (Head of Projects), on 0141 553 5890.
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