You will have experience in developing cultural programmes gained from either cinema, theatre, live music, museum events & exhibitions, commercial events, indoor and outdoor performance and events. You will understand how to improve and create a sustainable cultural offer – either in terms of site development and/or quality of offer. You’ll understand and be responsive to audiences needs and help to shape audience development to drive visitors as well as extend our engagement to reach Gloucester’s diverse communities.
Leading a multi-disciplinary team across sites and types of venue – you’ll be a great communicator and able to inspire and lead change across our cultural venues. You will be able to manage staff and volunteers and see them implement effective change.
Your success in understanding the cultural funding landscape means that you will be quick to identify, prioritise and develop relationships with stakeholders to lever funding to support the vision for culture in Gloucester. You’ll have a keen eye on the budget and able to seize and develop new commercial opportunities. Whilst your focus will be on the city’s venues, you’ll also work with Gloucester Culture Trust and others in the city and beyond to ensure Gloucester meets the ambitions of its Cultural Strategy.
In return, you’ll be offered a positive, supportive and flexible working environment and conditions. We’re fully committed to equality, diversity and inclusion for our employees as they’re at the heart of delivering our aims. We welcome applications from all sectors of our community. As an employer we strive to be more representative of our communities in our workforce and celebrate diversity.
Closing date: 30 September