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Digital Programme Manager 

Salary: £32-35k per annum, depending on experience.

Full time (37.5 hours per week over 5 days). Some evening work may be required (for example when an event is taking place). 

Contract: 9 months fixed term contract  

Bluecoat is seeking a Digital Programme Manager to collaborate with our existing team to design, direct and produce a coherent and consistent digital programme to match the quality of our physical programme. This comes at an important moment in our ambition to become an audience focused organisation.

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Blue Room Facilitator & Studio Facilitator 

We are recruiting the roles together and the Person Specifications are very similar. If you would like to be considered for both roles you can do so by completing one application form. You will be asked to indicate on the form which role(s) you are applying for.

Blue Room Facilitator (Liverpool)

Salary: £21,000 pro rata

30 hours per week

You will be responsible for planning and delivery of our core Blue Room programme at Bluecoat, working with 30+ regular members each week. Using Bluecoat's contemporary arts and heritage programmes as inspiration you will devise and facilitate inclusive hands on arts experiences for three days every week, supported by a small team. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to build on their existing experience of visual arts workshop facilitation in a unique and nurturing environment. 

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Studio Facilitator

Salary: £21,000 pro rata

22.5 hours per week 

Building on a successful pilot project, we are seeking a Studio Facilitator to contribute to our new inclusive artist development programme, Studio Me. You will support individual Blue Room members to develop their artistic practice, enabling them to identify and purposefully pursue their creative interests, developing new skills and networks. You will also engage and support a small network of artists to input into the programme through skills sharing and mentoring. This is a great opportunity for someone with existing experience to make an impact on accessibility of careers for learning disabled and neurodivergent artists.

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