Cove Park’s residencies support the development of new work by national and international artists, groups and organisations, working in all art forms. Cove Park also creates a wealth of programmes and events for children, young people, families, community groups and schools.
Cove Park’s new Chief Executive Officer will demonstrate high levels of ambition and enthusiasm in establishing and delivering Cove Park’s strategic goals and objectives for developing the organisation further as an international cultural organisation. The new Chief Executive Officer will create innovative models of operation for Cove Park, and all its creative and participative activities, by developing business plans for Cove Park’s sustainable cultural and financial future.
Please visit our website to access the Job Description and Recruitment Pack. To receive this information in hard copy or large print format, please contact Kerrie MacQueen: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to apply for the post of Chief Executive Officer with Cove Park, please send your CV and a covering letter, detailing why you are the right person for this position to Kerrie MacQueen: email@example.com
Application Accessibility and EDI Statement
We will accept submissions in audio or video formats if this is preferable to a written application. If you consider yourself to have a disability please tell us if there are any reasonable adjustments that we can make to assist in your application.
Cove Park believes that the arts are for everyone and that equality, diversity and inclusion help to support creativity. We are committed to community engagement and encouraging wider access and participation in our work as a centre of excellence. We actively encourage and support applicants from under-represented communities and those with protected characteristics.
Cove Park is committed to safeguarding privacy and related data within recruitment processes and abides by all appropriate General Data Protection Regulations.