Job: Project Manager, Hopper (Early Years Touring Project), Somerset and Surrey

A minimum of 3 years project management experience is essential and knowledge of the Early Years Curriculum and touring is desirable. There is an additional budget for travel and administration.

Location: Principally in Somerset with significant travel to Surrey from a base to be agreed.

Hopper is a brand new project, aiming to take the best of live performance into Early Years settings for under fives and their families. Take Art has joined forces with Surrey Arts and China Plate to make this 20 month initiative possible and are seeking an experienced Project Manager to lead the project. This is a key role and an ability to inspire Early Years practitioners unfamiliar with the brilliance of live performance for Early Years audiences is essential.

Principal duties/tasks include developing an Early Years Settings’ Touring Network in Somerset and Surrey (liaising with their counterpart in Surrey), brokering relationships between local Early Years practitioners, touring companies and artists and ensuring the programme of activity is integrated and delivered to an agreed timeline and on budget. Significant travel will be necessary in carrying out tasks associated with the role in Somerset and Surrey.

Part time 18.5 hours per week up to £25,000 pro rata (£12,500) or £13,000 annual freelance fee inclusive VAT depending on experience), flexible working hours.

More details online.

Deadline for applications: Noon, Tuesday 31st January 2017

Interview in Somerset: Thursday 16th February 2017


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