Details on vacancies, volunteering and placement opportunities available within the cultural sector within the Liverpool City Region are detailed on these pages. Full details on vacancies can be found on the external website links provided.
Front of House Manager
Bluecoat: The team at Bluecoat are seeking to appoint an experienced Front of House Manager to play a vital role in the delivery of Bluecoat’s visitor experience.
The post holder will be operational lead on all aspects of the front of house management of Bluecoat. As well as delivering visitor facing aspects of their day to offer (primarily the Tickets and Information desk, Gallery and Bluecoats performance and live art events).
Events Sales Executive
Bluecoat: The team are are seeking an exceptional Events Sales Executive to maximise sales and income generation from third party hires, conferences, weddings, functions and other private events at Bluecoat.
You will play a key role in driving revenue for Bluecoat and ensuring that their events are managed to the high standards their clients expect from Bluecoat. You will create a pipeline of new business, establish and build excellent relationships with clients, and liaise closely with staff across Bluecoat to ensure an exceptional and memorable experience for the people who hire our spaces.
Head of National Partnerships
TATE Liverpool: An exciting opportunity has arisen for a new Head of National Partnerships role based at Tate Liverpool. In this role you will devise the strategy for, and oversee the implementation of, Tate’s strategy for engaging with partners across the UK. You will have oversight of and deliver the development of partnerships for national initiatives including Plus Tate, the British Art Network and the Turner Prize when it is not in London.
Head of Development
FACT: FACT’s mission is to enrich lives and shape the future through Film, Art and Creative Technology.
Join FACT at an exciting time in the organisation’s development as you: coordinate their upcoming Band 3 Arts Council England National Portfolio application; lead on their capital fundraising campaign; and support the team to commission contemporary art, film, and creative technology projects.
Liverpool Philharmonic: The Liverpool Philharmonic are excited to welcome applications for an Assistant Accountant. The role is primarily focused on the processing of cash for banking and into the accounting system whilst fully investigating and resolving all discrepancies. The postholder will also process weekly payroll and manage all payroll deductions ensuring that they are paid over on time.
Business Support Apprentice
Culture Liverpool: Liverpool City Council are seeking a Business Support Apprentice to work within Culture Liverpool. Do you have a desire to learn and develop? The successful applicant will support Culture Liverpool with the provision of effective administration while learning key technical knowledge through the apprenticeship training provider.
If you have a desire and ambition to undertake a varied role and achieve a Level 3 Business Administration apprenticeship we would like to hear from you.
AND Festival: Abandon Normal Devices (AND) produces and presents one of the biggest and critically respected new media arts festivals in the UK. This year, AND Festival takes to the water, resurfacing along the global trade gateway of the Manchester Ship Canal and River Mersey. Emerging at unexpected locations across Merseyside and Cheshire (UK), AND Festival will transform waterways, ports and docklands with 4 days of site-specific installations and events.
The Festival are seeking friendly and enthusiastic volunteers to join them for this year’s Festival, taking place 14th- 17th May. Volunteers are crucial members of the AND team and they would love to have you join them for this unique and special event.