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Director of Enterprise and Operations

Communications Manager

Shared Training and Employment Programme (STEP)

Project Manager 

Artist Educator Trainee Programme

Director of Enterprise and Operations

Bow Arts is known for an innovative approach to developing new and interesting workspace for London’s creative community.

We are recruiting somebody to head up the organisations’ Enterprise and Operations and take a strategic lead in the organisation as we embark on further expansion, including moving into new areas of both activity and geography.  This is an exciting period of growth and expansion for Bow Arts, and we need a talented and ambitious individual with the skills to help us achieve our goals.

Suitable candidates should have proven experience in a similar role with excellent leadership skills.  You must be able to balance the needs of operating at a strategic level with the willingness to be hands-on when required; you will need to be able to lead with an enterprise mindset and a flexible approach. Excellent communication skills with exceptional interpersonal skills are essential as is your ability to collaborate with colleagues at all levels.

Ideally, you will have worked in a cultural, regeneration or property environment and have breadth of exposure to both social enterprise and charity organisations.

For further information, please read the job description & person specification. To apply, complete and return an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form no later than 9am, Monday 11th September 2017. 

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th September.

Job Description & Person Specification 
Equal Opportunities Form
Application Form 

Communications Manager

Bow Arts is known for an innovative approach to developing new and interesting workspace for London’s creative community.

We are looking to recruit an individual with proven communications management experience, with the ambition to drive forward the business of the charity and deliver our strategy for growth. The role will suit a creative self-starter who can demonstrate initiative and an ability to work effectively across a wide spectrum of people, and who is looking to broaden their knowledge and expertise.

For further information, please read the job description & person specification. To apply, complete and return an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Form no later than 9am, Tuesday 29th August 2017. Interviews will take place in September 2017.

Job Description & Person Specification 
Equal Opportunities Form
Application Form 

 

Shared Training and Employment Programme (STEP)

STEP is a twelve month paid internship where interns are paired with two fantastic east London creative organisations to gain experience in diverse areas of the industry.

Successful candidates will undergo two internships, one after another, with two fantastic creative organisations including Bow Arts, Sadler's Wells and UAL's London College of fashion, paid at the London Living Wage (£9.75 per hour). 

Positions will be offered in: production and events; programming and curation, community and youth engagement; digital content production.

STEP is aimed at residents of Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham and Waltham Forest who are aged between 18 and 30 years old.

The deadline for applications is 31st August 2017, placements start in October 2017.

For more information, and to apply, please visit https://www.anewdirection.org.uk/step 

Any enquiries should be made to A New Direction, please do not contact Bow Arts directly in regards to this opportunity. 

 

Project Manager: Raw Materials Textiles

Bow Arts has received funding to run Raw Materials: Textiles, a community and arts project focusing on the industry of textiles in the River Lea Valley.

We are looking for a dedicated and creative Project Manager to oversee the delivery of Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) funded project Raw Materials: Textiles, a unique and community driven activity. The role will suit an individual with an interest in heritage and / or textiles, excellent organisational and liaison skills and the ability to work within a local community or experience of working with community groups / local residents.

For further information, please read the job description & person specification. 

Job Description & Person Specification 
Application: by CV and covering letter to Sophie Hill, Gallery Co-Director on shill@bowarts.com

Please indicate the earliest date you could start in your covering letter. The deadline for applications is Monday 4 September 2017, 5pm

 

Bow Arts is an equal opportunities employer, a London Living Wage employer, and Registered Charity no. 1046958