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Creative Programme Manager - Creative Youth Network

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Salary: £32,230 per annum

Grade: 3.4

Hours: 40 hours per week

This is a fixed term post for nine months (maternity cover)

Application deadline: 30th July, 09:00

The purpose of this role will be to cover the roles and responsibility of the Creative Programme Manager within the organisation whilst they are on maternity leave for up to nine months.

The role is to develop, manage and deliver a programme of creative courses and projects within the Developing Talent strand of work within CYN. This strand of the programme is for those aged 11 through to 25 and is in place to develop creative skills and talents in a variety of artforms, whilst overcoming barriers to accessing creativity. From providing accessible and inclusive programmes of courses within communities for 11 – 19-year olds, to supporting emerging creative professionals aged 16 – 25.

The Creative Programme Manager manages the engagement of the young people and programme offered to them to support their journey and progression. Overall, the programme provided is accessible and supports those who otherwise wouldn’t have access to creativity or support. The role is a fundamental part of the Creative Department and supports a one-team approach between Creative and Youth Services, managing staff and delivery that sits within both departments.

Creative Youth Network is a successful charity that supports young people to reach their potential and lead fulfilling lives by building secure and positive relationships with them based on their individual unique needs. We offer young people safe spaces to express themselves with creative courses, youth clubs and practical advice and support. We take pride in our relaxed working culture and environment. We’ve opted in ato the Bristol City Council Equality Charter and are dedicated to promoting equality and diversity within the organisation. In return we can offer 33 days’ annual leave (including bank holidays, pro rata for part time) per year, generous pension scheme, a cycle to work scheme, opportunities for flexible working, paid breaks and fantastic development opportunities.

We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to ensuring that underrepresented communities are represented in our organisation. We particularly welcome applications from the BAME community.