We’re hiring! Could you be our Head of Cross-Sector Programme?

Coney is looking for a dynamic and imaginative individual to strategically oversee the company’s cross sector programme – bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to further expand the company’s breadth of work, influence and impact.

This role represents an exciting opportunity to manage Coney’s thriving cross-sector programme and further advance the company’s work in this area – taking responsibility for the management, delivery and strategic direction of the programme.

The Head of Cross-Sector Programme is an integral role, working across the company to strengthen Coney’s profile, positioning, networks and financial resilience.  The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker working to build meaningful partnerships and projects, wherever Coney can impact most, and cultivating relationships with artists and key stakeholders to enable Coney to grow and thrive.

You’ll have a proven track record in leading programmes of work in either the arts or voluntary sector, with producer and/or project management experience. You’ll enjoy working in a multi-stakeholder environment, nurturing close working relationships with, and between, internal and external partners.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who can seek out opportunities, manage complex projects, has strong leadership skills, and believes passionately in the value of cross-sector collaboration to achieve outcomes and impacts.

If you think that could be you, download a Job Application pack here and EASIER READ version here, apply by the deadline 3 January 2021.

 

We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities, and we especially welcome applicants from backgrounds currently underrepresented in the arts.

If you need the application pack in a different format or would like to request a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process – or for any questions not answered in the application pack – just give us a knock.

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