Holywell Trust invites applications for the position of:
Theatre Peace Building Project Delivery Advisor / Administrator
The Playhouse, Holywell Trust, Thomas D'Arcy Foundation & Queens University Theatre Peace Building Project has received funding from the EU Peace IV programme for a programme of work Jan 2018 - June 2020 that will be delivered in locations throughout Northern Ireland and the Border Counties. The project will programme a range of nationally/ internationally based theatre artists with significant experience of using arts activity in areas of conflict & post conflict / areas of social breakdown to promote understanding, healing and reconciliation within Northern Ireland / Border Counties.
We are seeking applications for the role of a Delivery Advisor / Administrator who will assist with the delivery of the project, with a particular focus on the Armagh, Down, Louth, Monaghan & Cavan areas. The Advisor will be employed by Holywell Trust, and will be managed by the Thomas D'Arcy Foundation who are based in Carlingford, Co Louth, with input from the other project partners.
Salary: £5,250 / 8 hours a week
(Fixed term contract until end June 2020)
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Application Forms are available from email@example.com
To apply complete the Application Form and send it to:
CEO, Holywell Trust, 10-14 Bishop St, Derry Londonderry BT48 6PW
Closing Date for Applications: Friday 11 May at 5pm
Interview Date: Thursday 24th May
Holywell Trust is an Equal Opportunities Employer
A project supported by the European Union's PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
We Are Recruiting New Board Trustees
The Playhouse is one of the island of Ireland's leading Arts centres, and the only theatre venue in Northern Ireland that regularly commissions, produces and tours new theatre is recruiting new Board Trustees. As a charity, The Playhouse is governed by a voluntary Board of Trustees whose role is to provide direction and support to the senior management team with regard to strategy, policy, development and artistic aims as well as monitoring the efficient running of the organisation.
If you share our passion for the arts and want to make a demonstrable commitment to your community then you might want to consider joining our board.
We are especially interested in hearing from people with skills in the following areas:
• Social/Digital Media
We welcome applicants from all sections of the community, and we particularly welcome applicants from young people.
Further information is available HERE
If you would like to apply to join our board, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability.
Board members are expected to attend bi-monthly meetings and play an active role in at least one sub-committee. Places on the board are voluntary positions.
Deadline for applications: 12 noon Tuesday 22 May 2018