JOB OPPORTUNITY: Administrator @ The Big Draw

Kate Mason, Director of The Campaign for Drawing and The Big Draw, sent us an email this morning asking to circulate a job opportunity that has arisen.

Now, I know this won’t be suitable for all our readers, heck, it’s not even suitable for most of us (they require at least degree level educated candidates), I know it will be of interest and applicable to some of you.

See details below. And if you apply…good luck!

‘The Campaign for Drawing and The Big Draw are seeking an Administrator to support a small but very busy and dynamic team. The successful applicant is likely to have been educated to degree level, must be highly computer literate, able to work within a team as well as on their own initiative and work to tight deadlines.

A minimum of one year’s experience of working in a cultural or arts education organisation or environment is essential. This experience may have been gained through either employment or placement/volunteering opportunities.

We are at an exciting time in our development and are keen to recruit an individual who is flexible, forward thinking and is able to remain calm under pressure. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual keen to develop a career in arts administration working for a national organisation with opportunities for learning across all aspects of arts management.’

The role is for an 18mth period offered on a temporary fixed term contract: £20,000pa. pro rata 2 days per week ( 0.4 fte post) on a freelance basis.

We are looking for someone able to start as soon as possible.

Deadline for receipt of applications is 9am on Sat 18 July 2015.

The full application pack can be downloaded through the link below:


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