Applications for both posts are now closed
It’s an exciting time to join the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust as we embark on a new three-year ‘Forest Look Out’ commissioning programme which will see eight new Forest based-sculpture commissions and a new public events programme that will engage thousands of people over the next three years.
We are looking for two exceptional candidates to fill two roles:
1. Freelance Project Manager £28,750 Pro Rata to 4 days a week, 8 Month contract. Interviews taking place Tuesday 5th September 2017.
An experienced project manager to oversee the production management and evaluation of our world-class sculpture commissioning programme.
How to apply: Send a covering letter describing why you are suitable for the role with an up to date C.V. to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note interviews will be taking place on Tuesday 5th September at the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail.
2. Freelance Audience Development and Participation Producer £25,000 pro rata to two days a week 2.5 year contract.
An innovative producer to coordinate the development of a far-reaching public and community engagement events programme.
Interviews taking place on Thursday 7th September 2017.
Download job description and information document: FODST Job Description- Audience Development & Participation Producer Information document- Audience and Participation
To apply: Send a covering letter describing why you are suitable for the role with an up to date C.V. to email@example.com. Please note interviews will be taking place on Thursday 7th September at the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail.
Deadline for both posts is 29th August 2017.
Contact Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust Director, Cathy Mager, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries about either role.
The Forest Look Out programme has been made possible with the support of Arts Council England, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Ernest Cook Trust, The Summerfield Trust, European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and Forest and Tewkesbury Borough Leader and Forestry Commission England.