Salary: £27,830 to £33,199 per annum pro rata
Closing Date: Thursday, 30 May 2019
This role is part time/part year, 18 hours per week, fixed term until December 2019.
Building on the success and learnings from 2017 the University aims to continue its programme of new, high quality work that celebrates the interdisciplinary nature and academic expertise within the University, while providing a platform for students and staff to showcase their talents and research.
Working across different schools, departments and faculties, Culture Campus brings together the creative capacity at the University of Hull with the aim to curate an engaging and impactful cultural programme.
Connecting academics, students, research and our venues with artists, communities, practitioners and established arts organisations, Culture Campus enables the creation of new innovative work that has research and academic expertise at its heart.
Culture Campus creates opportunities to welcome, speak to and learn from audiences from all walks of life. Our aim is to integrate the University’s cultural programme into the fabric of the city and to make the campus another cultural destination in the city, supporting it as a place of cultural exchange, creation and opportunity. As part of the legacy of City of Culture, we will continue to strengthen and develop the University’s contribution to culture on a local, national and international stage supporting the University’s objectives of excellence, being an anchor institution and a great place to work.
The University’s programme is diverse and wide-ranging and the role holder is expected to have a deep understanding and knowledge of the different art forms, from visual, performance, music to outdoor arts. Ideally the applicant will have at least 3 years’ experience creating an exciting programme of events and working collaboratively across different areas. The responsibilities include but are not limited to supporting the Head of Culture Campus in the curation and coordination of the overall Culture Campus University Programme, organise a regular series of on campus ideas laboratories in partnership with organisations in the city, organise a series of talks in collaboration with the Business School, support the delivery and implementation of the audience development plan, support the evaluation of the cultural programme and to develop an artist residency programme.
To discuss this role informally, please contact Marianne Lewsley-Stier, Head of Culture Campus, Culture Campus Office, T 01482 465620 , E email@example.com
For information about the cultural programme on campus visit www.culturenet.co.uk and check out our twitter account @culturenethull