Creative Scotland: Development Officers x 2

January 26, 2013

Salary range from £23,022 pa plus pension and benefits

We are looking for two Development Officers to work with us across a number of projects and funding programmes. A major focus of the roles will be Youth Arts, Traditional Arts, Dance and International work. The post-holders will be expected to lead on several major projects and to be an active team member across at least one of these programmes.  In addition they will have responsibility for assessing a range of funding applications.

The people appointed will work closely with artists, creative practitioners, cultural organisations, local authorities and other key stakeholders to support the delivery of their projects.

Our ideal candidates will have a successful track record of project management and experience of cultural programming. They will have demonstrable experience in one or more of the following:  Youth Arts, Traditional Arts, Dance and International work.  They will also be able to demonstrate experience in carrying out detailed assessments of proposals, options appraisals and producing clear reports and recommendations. Experience and understanding of the arts and creative industries in Scotland combined with strong interpersonal skills is essential.

To download an information pack and application form visit the jobs page on our website via the link below.

This opportunity is available in: All Scotland

For further information, please contact (Catriona Campbell), or visit The deadline is Friday 08 February 2013 at 12:00.

via Creative Scotland: Development Officers x 2.


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