Radstock Town Council have an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to coordinate and shape the delivery of a programme of arts, heritage and cultural events and activities for the Radstock community. Funding has already been achieved from the UK government’s Shared Prosperity Fund to deliver a programme specifically for Radstock.
The ideal candidate for this post will be educated to degree level or have relevant experience in the cultural, arts or heritage sector. Excellent organisational skills, attention to detail and enthusiasm for building Radstock’s cultural offer will also be key, as will the ability to communicate and collaborate with a wide range of people, community groups and local organisations. Local knowledge of Radstock would also be an advantage.
Full details of the role are detailed within the Job Description but key areas of work will include:
Oversight, coordination and monitoring of the Radstock Cultural Programme, funded by the UK Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund;
Effective community engagement and liaison with cultural partners and key project stakeholders (including local businesses);
Planning and management of community events and activities within the Cultural Programme;
Effective planning and delivery of the communications, press and marketing strategies for the Cultural Programme (including the development of a strong brand identity for Radstock) working with Radstock Town Council and Bath & North East Somerset Council press office;
Coordination and delivery of Arts, Heritage and Cultural Interpretation within the Cultural Programme.
Please read the full Job Description before applying for this role. In order to submit an application for the Radstock Cultural Programme Coordinator position, please fill in the attached Application Form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like an informal discussion about the role, feel free to contact George Clutten (Town Clerk, George.email@example.com) and Beth Whalley (Development Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Interviews: 27-28 July 2023
Radstock Cultural Programme Coordinator
Approx 15 hrs per week
Part Time / Fixed Term
Flexible hybrid working, including potential for homeworking and office working from Radstock Community Hub, with options to work from various Bath & North East Somerset Council Office locations
Friday, 21 July 2023