We are delighted to receive funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for this position as part of our Reflections and Revelations: Our People – Our Place – Our Future 50th Anniversary program. In this role, you will be responsible for bringing this program to life through a number of projects and events, including an oral history project, an organized ‘living museum’ and a heritage theater performance. This program crosses the boundaries of arts and heritage, bringing them together in the most creative ways.
In this Program Engagement Manager role We are looking for someone who has experience managing inclusive arts and heritage projects and who has direct experience working with children, youth and families from diverse communities. You will have strong communication skills and be able to work with a range of people, from freelance artists to local volunteers. You will also be responsible for securing additional revenue corresponding to the program. No two days are the same Burnley Youth Theaterit is a dynamic and exciting place to work and during your time with us you will be supported to develop your career and next steps.
If you are passionate about heritage and work with children and young people, we want to hear from you!
Through this recruitment process, we are especially keen to hear from candidates who have had an experience of marginalization and we value experiences that can help us break down barriers to engagement within our organization. We will warmly welcome you and support you in your role with a comprehensive integration program.
To learn more about this role, please visit our website and download the recruitment pack:
Program Engagement Manager Recruitment Pack
Deadline: June 21, 2022