Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is looking for an inspired and ambitious Creative Producer to lead the organisation’s new vision and direction. This is a part-time, freelance, fixed-term contract.
The successful candidate will build on the outcomes of our rigorous 12 month period of review and research, developing, overseeing and rolling out a fresh creative programme and operational plan. They will also, with the support of the Board, be responsible for continuing fundraising and the development of strategic partnership working.
The successful candidate will be dedicated to the co-creation of distinctive work with communities and artists, and will demonstrate significant leadership skills. We particularly welcome applications from people who identify as being from groups that are under-represented in the arts.
Contract type: Freelance, Fixed Term
Contract period: 9 Months
Hours: 2 Days Per Week
Fee: £14,000 (+ £500 Expense Allowance)
Deadline for applications:
Friday 1st October (midnight)
Week Beginning 18th October
How to Apply?
Download the Recruitment Pack below where you will find details of the role and the selection process to assist you in completing and tailoring your application. To apply please send us a CV and an application letter of no more than two sides of A4 (Video accepted as an alternative to writing) to: Hebden Bridge Arts Festival, PO Box 134, Hebden Bridge, HX7 9BU, or email us at email@example.com.
Your application should indicate your reasons for wanting this role and what particular skills and approaches you would bring to HBAF. It will highlight your relevant skills and experience and give us a sense of you as an individual.
Download the Recruitment Pack:
What Is Drum CIC is a not for profit organisation based in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.
They are the community branch of the performing band Drum Machine. They create inspiring rhythm and music based projects and workshops for the full spectrum of people in our community to join together and thrive; something that is so needed after the repeated lockdowns caused by the response to covid-19.
The formerly derelict Callis Mill, Halifax Road, Hebden Bridge is to be their new home which will be ready Sept 2021 and they are fundraising to help them get through Year 1.
Please visit their website for more details.