WheelWorks youth arts charity seeks an experienced Project Manager to manage, promote, coordinate and deliver a range of inspiring and creative projects and workshop activities for children, young people and their communities across Northern Ireland.
This is an amazing opportunity for a highly motivated, self-starter, passionate individual who will share their vision to forge new creative and inclusive spaces that inspire and empower individuals to express what matters to them.
The applicant will be responsible for Managing and overseeing a number of WheelWorks (WW) newly secured projects. This involves managing team members, coordinating/ artists/facilitators/trainers to deliver project workshops and sessions; securing future funding for new projects; developing relationships with stakeholders, youth groups, and community organisations. The successful candidate will contribute to marketing, publicity, report writing, evaluation, achieving targets, maintaining budgets and operational tasks as appropriate.
Applicants must have excellent written, verbal and presentation skills, be detail-oriented, self-motivated, creative, social media proficient, confident and outgoing, with a can do attitude.
The position is on a freelance basis, 34 hours per week (Monday to Friday with some weekends and evening work as per project requirements), pay £24,000 pro rota from July 2019 to March 2020. The application process requires the submission of application form by the 3rd of June 2019, followed by selection for interview and if successful then appointment to the position.
Extended Deadline for Receiving Applications: Monday 10th June 2019 by 5.00 p.m.
Interviews are likely to be held W/C 17th of June 2019.
For an application pack, please email email@example.com, call 028 90 244063 or send a large SAE to Farah Chowdhury, CEO, WheelWorks, 4c Weavers Court Business Park, Linfield Road, Belfast, BT12 5GH.