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Apply for a Senior Officer, Peer Learning Role with Arts Council England

Updated: 03 July 2024

Are you a great programmer, with a commitment to communities and supporting more people to engage with arts, culture, and creativity? Arts Council England is looking for a professional with excellent communication, programming, and negotiation skills to co-ordinate two key programmes: Place-Based Peer Learning and the new Creative Ageing Peer Learning Programme. This external-facing, hands-on Senior Officer, Peer Learning (Placed Based and Creative Ageing) role comes with a favourable contract rate.

Eligibility: To apply for this role, your soft skills, expertise, and experience should include excellent communication, programming, and negotiation skills; a commitment to communities and supporting more people to engage with arts, culture, and creativity; ability to work in partnership and support and facilitate others; and interest in how arts and cultural programmes learn from one another.

What you get: £35,225 per annum plus benefits including a final salary pension scheme, generous annual leave, and flexible and hybrid working. Fixed Term until 30 September 2025, working 35 hours per week.

Deadline 19 July 2024

Arts Council England, England
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