Details on vacancies, volunteering and placement opportunities available within the cultural sector within the Liverpool City Region are detailed below. Full details on vacancies can be found on the external website links provided.

Project Producers: The Shakespeare North Playhouse

The Shakespeare North Playhouse is a unique new arts venue, opening in the summer of 2022. It will present a vibrant contemporary cultural and learning programme featuring home co-produced and visiting performances, as well as comedy, music, community work, hire and events and a range of education and training activities.

We are looking for two individuals with least 2 years producing and/or delivery experience of creative learning opportunities to support the Learning Programme for this inspiring new venture, focussing on delivering a programme of events, social engagement and out-reach programmes and delivering opportunities for learning.

The jobholders will report directly to Evonne Bixter, Head of Engagement for Shakespeare North Trust and be a key member of the Culture and Learning team at Shakespeare North Playhouse, led by Laura Collier, Creative Director and Programmer.

The full-time contracted hours of work are 40 per week.  However, due to the nature of this role, flexibility will be required particularly around the event programme. Shakespeare North is committed to achieving a happy and effective workforce and will give consideration to any flexible working arrangement, providing that the requirements of the role can be delivered to a high standard.

The full-time salary for this role is circa £23,000 based on relevant skills and experience.

Find out more about these vacancies at The Shakespeare North here.

Senior Curators: Tate Liverpool

We are currently recruiting for Senior Curator, Learning and Senior Curator, Exhibitions. We are advertising these roles at the same time as we seek to appoint two leads for the programme team.

The aim of Tate is to increase public awareness, understanding and enjoyment of British art from the 16th century to the present day, and of international modern and contemporary art.

Located on the Albert Dock since 1988, Tate Liverpool is one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside of London, showing the Tate Collection of modern and contemporary art in new and innovative ways alongside ambitious temporary exhibitions.

The focus of Tate Liverpool’s vision is on connecting with our audience and promoting the civic role of a gallery, and in particular the new possibilities for the role of co-creation and partnership between artists, art and audiences in the twenty first century. The Exhibitions and Displays department works closely with the Learning department to devise a programme in line with these principles.

Find out more about these vacancies at Tate Liverpool here.

Project Manager

Between 29 October – 06 November 2022, the city of Liverpool is to host the World Gymnastics Championships.  Delivered by Liverpool City Council in partnership UK Sport and British Gymnastics, over 550 gymnasts from 75 countries are expected to compete at the M&S Bank Arena, making it one of the largest international sporting events ever to be held in the city.

WGC2022 and Culture Liverpool are seeking a Project Manager to develop and deliver a crosscurricular, creative education online resource linked to the WGC2022 and the city of Liverpool. The resource content needs to be innovative in its approach, using various methods, suggested activities and cross-curricular creative lesson ideas to engage children and young people in schools.

Find out more information on this vacancy for a Project Manager here

Artist Opportunity

National Museums Liverpool are currently inviting artists working in the Northwest of England to submit their proposals to create a pop-up exhibition focusing on Liverpool and its role in historic slavery hosted at the Martin Luther King Jr. building.

During 2022 and 2023 the International Slavery Museum will host a series of pop-up exhibitions exploring the many profound and import stories of the transatlantic slave trade and its legacies. These interventions will help build momentum towards an ambitious transformation plans for the Liverpool Waterfront, and the newly reimagined International Slavery Museum.

NML want to provide a platform for multiple voices in developing their vision, influencing, and shaping the transformation of the museum,  its storytelling and the wider historic waterfront. With this in mind, the team want to open their doors and welcome exciting new ideas and experimental approaches to how we interpret our past and look forward to the future.

Find our more about this Artist Opportunity with National Museums Liverpool.

Sponsorship Sales Manager

Sound City are currently looking for a Sponsorship Sales Manager with a proven track record to join this fast-growing business working within the music and entertainment sector (live music, conferences, records, publishing and management).

You will be selling across their portfolio of services and products that are both B2B and B2C related in both the UK and internationally. Sound City are looking for a commercially driven candidate with an entrepreneurial mindset who is looking to make the next step in their career into an autonomous role with large amounts of responsibility. The team are dynamic, innovative and young which gives you unrivalled opportunities for development, personal growth, travel and succession. As a fast-growing company there is lots of scope to grow within the business and your voice will be heard from day 1.

Find out more on this vacancy here

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