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.
The Reader: The Reader is a growing, fast-paced, demanding and highly rewarding place to work if you are a learner who is open to change and personal development. The team are looking to recruit a dedicated, creative, catering professional with a strong values fit who can help The Reader grow their business so that at Calderstones they become the best park-based café in the world. The team are ready to develop other hospitality offers in other locations when the time is right.
Director’s PA and Office Manager
Biennial: Liverpool Biennial is looking for an experienced Director’s PA and Office Manager to join the team. This role provides an excellent opportunity to be part of an open, proactive and agile team, delivering outstanding contemporary art in one of the world’s most vibrant and illustrious cities.
The ideal candidate is someone who combines brilliant organisational skills with a passion for contemporary art. Liverpool Biennial are looking for someone who is energetic, engaged and adaptable, and who will be comfortable working in a non-conventional yet exciting environment. You should have at least three years’ experience in a similar role, ideally in the arts although this is not essential, providing you are calm under pressure, enjoy being busy and take pride in what you do.
Senior Community Accountant
(Job share and /or part-time hours considered)
LCVS: An exciting opportunity has arisen for an individual with good technical accounting knowledge and skills to take on the role of senior community accountant, responsible for the delivery of the LCVS community accountancy service to our clients.
The successful candidate will have experience of working either in practice or at a senior level within a charity and will be expected to apply up-to-date knowledge in ensuring an efficient, quality and cost effective service to our clients. Work will typically involve managing key client relationships, technical preparation and review of files, managing a small team and controlling the workflow of the team.
Head of Communications and External Affairs
Liverpool Philharmonic: Are excited to welcome applications for a Head of Communications and External Affairs. The role will be developing and implementing their communications strategy, across all areas of the organisation, locally, nationally and internationally, identifying and maximising key opportunities aligned with their strategic plan, in conjunction with key internal and external stakeholders.
Liverpool Irish Festival: Liverpool Irish Festival is proud to work with volunteers. Our volunteers help us talk about the festival, give our audiences a great experience and help our venues in delivering a wide variety of activities and shows, ensuring each is of great quality and enjoyable.