Title: Creative Producer
Salary: NJC £30,451 per annum
Reporting to: Festival Director, Festival Board of Trustees
Contract term: Permanent
As Creative Producer, you will be instrumental in shaping the future of a dynamic and ambitious organisation. The Creative Producer will work closely with the Festival Director to create, manage, deliver and review our two annual festivals.
Your job will be to deliver a high quality festival experience that appeals to both the city’s population and tourists alike while promoting our existing cultural assets and the talents of our theatre, music, literature, film and visual art communities.
Reporting to the Festival Director and accountable to our Chair and Board of Trustees, you will be a senior member of our small core team working closely with our existing programming, marketing and production teams.
- Do you have a creative and practical production background able to both formulate and deliver on ideas?
- Are you confident leading on delivering high-quality events alongside managing finances and strategy?
- Do you have experience at the planning and on-site delivery stages of producing large-scale festivals and events that deliver an exceptional and safe visitor experiences for a broad range of audiences?
- Have you programmed and produced events across venues that combine live music, performance, technology and visual arts?
- Do you thrive working with artists, suppliers, and public bodies to meet challenging deadlines whilst upholding high standards?
- Do you have experience identifying and securing both public funding and generating event income?
- Are you an effective team player with the ability to develop positive working relationships within and beyond the cultural sector?
Then apply to this new exciting role developing and delivering The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival’s work in 2022.
You will have excellent programming, event management and communication skills, champion diversity and creativity to find workable solutions, and have with exceptional attention to detail.
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The job requires site visits, close working with stakeholders across the arts, tourism and hospitality sectors in the city. Although the role will primarily be based in our Belfast office, we will make allowances for working from home, following the easement current government guidelines.
Deadline for receipt of full application is 4.00pm, Monday 6 December.