Bristol Cultural Development Partnership (BCDP) is seeking to appoint a full-time deputy director to provide effective management of all aspects of the organisation’s operations and to support the director in taking forward BCDP to the next phase of its development.
A summary job description and details of the application procedure are below.
Note that applications will be submitted to Business West, one of the key partners in BCDP.
Download the complete application pack from the Business West website by clicking on the Job Opportunities link.
Alternatively click on links below for downloadable full job description (including objectives, responsibilities and essential requirements), application form and equal opportunities monitoring form:
BCDP is a partnership of Bristol City Council, Business West, University of Bristol and University of the West of England. It aims to build a better Bristol by making an outstanding city of ideas that bridge arts and sciences; to create and celebrate great art by supporting artistic creation, excellence, ambition, learning and innovation through a year-round programme of commissions, events, festivals and wider programmes of commemoration and celebration; to ensure that artists, culture and the city itself contribute to the great issues of our time; and to ensure that everyone has a chance to contribute to and benefit from all work through the widest possible partnership working – bringing together artists, organisations, businesses and the public .
BCDP is marking its 25th anniversary in 2018. You can read an overview of the BCDP approach and philosophy, and highlights from some of the many projects it has initiated and led since 1993 in articles on the BCDP25 blog.
Deputy Director Role/
The deputy director of BCDP will provide effective management of all aspects of the organisation’s operations; support the director in taking forward BCDP to the next phase of its development; and have specific responsibility for the implementation of fundraising and income generation strategies.
In addition to a range of management and administrative duties, the deputy director will work on all BCDP projects, including Festival of Ideas, Festival of Economics and Festival of the Future City; help deliver the Bristol cultural strategy; and help develop and deliver future projects planned for 2019, 2020 and 2023.
See BCDP Deputy Director – Job Description for full details of objectives, responsibilities and essential requirements for this role.
Salary circa £45,000 pa (depending on experience)
Place of Work BCDP has no central office and staff work from home. The deputy director will be expected to follow this and to reside in Bristol/ West of England.
Hours of Work The normal working week is 37 hours although extra hours will be required on occasion, including for events held at evenings and weekends. There is no overtime allowance, but reasonable time in lieu (at a time agreeable with the director) will be granted for excess hours worked. Permanent employees receive 25 days of paid holiday per annum.
Application Procedure and Schedule/
Completed application and equal opportunities monitoring forms are to be submitted by noon on Monday 25 June 2018. No forms received after this deadline will be considered.
Signed hard copies can be sent to: Andrea Crombleholme, Head of Human Resources, Business West, Leigh Court, Abbots Leigh, Bristol BS8 3RA
Do not send CVs.
Applicants shortlisted for interview will be informed by email on Wednesday 4 July 2018.
Interviews will take place on Friday 27 July 2018 and the interviewees will be informed on or shortly after this date of the final decision of the interview panel.
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