International Projects Officer
Reports to: Special Projects Manager
£370-390 per week depending on experience
Festivals Edinburgh was created and is driven by Edinburgh's 12 Festivals to lead on their joint strategic development and sustain Edinburgh as the world's leading festival city.
Momentum is a delegate programme that runs for the month of August. It provides a platform for key cultural players from across the world to engage and build relationships with the world’s leading Festival City, the wider Scottish cultural sector, and the international community that flocks to Edinburgh during the peak Festival season. It is delivered by Festivals Edinburgh on behalf of Edinburgh’s Festivals, British Council Scotland, and Creative Scotland.
The role will support the development of Momentum 2014, provide liaison with key partners and contribute to the development of programmes for international delegations. The job will also be to support the recruitment of a wider team and facilitate the smooth running of operations providing support to delegates and the Festivals Edinburgh team.
For a full job description and person specification click here.
This is a temporary fixed-term contract 2 days a week until end June 2014, then full time June-Mid Sept. The start date is negotiable but at latest 26 May. The position will require weekend and evening working.
To apply, please email a CV and covering letter to Sarah Begg, Sarah.Begg@festivalsedinburgh.com.
Sunday 20 April at 5pm
Organisational Review Consultant
Imaginate is seeking to recruit an independent consultant/consultancy to conduct an organisational review and support the development of its new business plan to cover the period from April 2015 – March 2018.
Imaginate is seeking to evaluate the nature of the organisation; its objectives and resources. Led by the successful candidate; the whole organisation, as well as the wider sector, will be involved in the process of improving the service we provide as a Festival and Development Agency to ensure that Imaginate's role is as effective as possible in meeting the needs and aspirations of the sector.
Timescale: The work will be carried out between 1 May and 30 June 2014.
The consultancy is funded through Creative Scotland's Cultural Economy Programme.
For more information and to make an application click here.