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Job Opportunity: Project Manager for Rural Touring Dance Initiative

The National Rural Touring Forum is seeking an experienced Project Manager for its Rural Touring Dance Initiative.

Hours: 27.75 hours per week/0.75 FTE (initial one year contract)
Salary/Contract: up to £26,750 pro rata (£20,000 per annum) based on experience or £20,000 annual fee inclusive of VAT.
A minimum of 3 years project management experience is essential.
 Location: South Petherton, Somerset for a minimum of 2 days per week with some home working negotiable.

The National Rural Touring Forum has joined forces with The Place, Take Art and China Plate to launch a brand new 3 year initiative for touring and making dance to and for rural areas and are seeking an experienced Project Manager to underpin the project.

This is a key role and an ability to communicate enthusiasm for the chosen dance companies to programmers unfamiliar with dance is essential.

Other principal duties include brokering relationships between rural touring schemes, local volunteer village hall promoters, dance 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.

Deadline for applications: Noon Monday 2nd November 2015
 
Interview in Somerset: Friday 27th November 2015

To learn more about this role, and to download an application pack, please click here >>>  or email admin@nrtf.org.uk

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