Strategic Producer: Festivals & Events
Fixed term contract for 22 months
Fee: £44,000 (freelance)
As part of Gloucester’s Cultural Strategy and its aspiration to be a UK City of Culture, Gloucester Culture Trust is seeking a freelance Producer to lead the strategic development of Gloucester’s Festivals & Events and ensure they meet the city’s long-term objectives.
Gloucester Culture Trust (GCT) was set up in 2016 to deliver the city’s ten-year Cultural Vision & Strategy. We have recently become an independent charity which aims to be a spark and catalyst, linking up our creative and cultural sector and supporting it to make things happen. We work in partnership – locally, regionally and nationally – to create, test and deliver projects which will make Gloucester a city full of culture.
You will be an exceptional leader and highly skilled at inspiring and enabling people to engage in ambitious, new activity.
GCT is delivering a three-year, £3.1million project called Great Place, a programme of cultural development devised by GCT on behalf of Gloucester City Council and funded through the National Lottery. More information about GCT, the Great Place project and the full Culture Strategy can be found on the Trust’s website at gloucesterculture.org.uk
This role offers an exciting opportunity to work with our city’s diverse, talented Festivals & Events producers to provide support for their continued growth and development, both in the short- and long-term, and to facilitate creative collaboration across the city.
You will be an exceptional leader, share our passion for Gloucester’s arts & culture and highly skilled at inspiring and enabling people to engage in ambitious, new activity.
You can find the full details about the role and how to apply here.
Closing date: 9am, Tuesday 8th May 2018
Interviews: Thursday 17th and Friday 18th May
We actively welcome applications from anyone who is keen to contribute to our vision as outlined above and add their specific and personal experience and knowledge to GCT’s team, our work and practice.