The River Tamar Project is a major cultural project, connecting local and international communities with the river. Funded by the Arts Council of England in partnership with Plymouth University.

Two positions available:
Producer, Ref: A3438, Full-time, fixed term £23352 to £27047 pa- Grade 5
Marketing Coordinator, Ref: A3440, Full-time, fixed term £18005 to £19606 pa-Grade 3

Location: Plymouth, UK
Closing date: 04/09/2013
Apply to Plymouth University www.plymouth.ac.uk/jobs
The River Tamar Project is seeking two new dynamic team members to produce and communicate the programme. Based at Plymouth University they will work with the Artistic Director on a major International River Film Festival. Experience of commissioning and developing new audiences in contemporary art is desirable.

The River Tamar Project is a major cultural project, connecting local and international communities with the river. Funded by the Arts Council of England in partnership with Plymouth University. www.tamarproject.org.uk

Job descriptions:
Ref: A3438
River Tamar Project Producer
Salary: £23,352 to £27,047 pa- Grade 5
The River Tamar Project is a major new cultural project that will explore the rich heritage and potential future uses of one of the country’s most
diverse waterways.
Supported by Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University and the Arts Council England, this project is looking for a dynamic producer who will be responsible for the delivery and production of this exciting 12 month programme which culminates in a major international film festival in September 2014. You will be responsible to the Artistic Director and work with a small dedicated team in building the profile of the project and developing a new audience. They will manage a Marketing Coordinator and work alongside the University’s External Relations department and Peninsula Arts.
With experience in curating public projects and working with artists from early research and concept development through to delivery, the Producer will help shape the future artistic programme of River Tamar Project, devise and deliver specific projects and articulate the ideas and issues that inform contemporary practice in the public realm.
They will have the proven ability to respond creatively to the demands of public space, to liaise with non-arts partners and stakeholders, to fundraise and manage budgets, and to collaborate with and manage technical teams, fabricators, graphic designers, and associated contractors and suppliers.
You will also be an exceptional communicator with a proven interest in broadening the reach and impact of the work of contemporary artists.
For an informal discussion, please contact Paula Orrell, paula -at- tamarproject.org.uk, or telephone 01752 584980. To apply for this post, please visit http://www.plymouth.ac.uk
This is a full-time position working 37 hours per week and is fixed term for 14 months.
Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service will be required for this position.

Ref: A3440
River Tamar Project Marketing Coordinator
Salary: £18,005 to £19,606 pa-Grade 3
The River Tamar Project is a major new cultural project that will explore the rich heritage and potential future uses of one of the country’s most
diverse waterways.
Supported by Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University and the Arts Council England, this project is looking for a dynamic producer who will be responsible for the delivery and production of this exciting 12 month programme which culminates in a major international film festival in September 2014.
You will provide effective administrative and tactical marketing support, delivering to deadlines for the implementation of the River Tamar Project. Reporting directly to the River Tamar Project Producer, the coordinator will work alongside the University’s External Relations team and Peninsula Arts. With excellent customer-facing skills you will also particularly focus on new audience development for the programme.
It will involve assisting on campaigns and producing marketing material aligned with digital and social media resources for the promotion of the
project. There will be a strong interface with partners and stakeholders, as well as coordinating and attending internal and external events.
For an informal discussion, please contact Paula Orrell, paula -at- tamarproject.org.uk, or telephone 01752 584980. To apply for this post, please visit http://www.plymouth.ac.uk
Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service will be required for this position.
This is a full time position working 37 hours per week and is fixed term for 12 months.

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