OPPORTUNITIES

Project Manager: C-Care

Organisation Plymouth Culture CIO

Role Project Manager (C-Care), based in Plymouth

Salary £32,000pa (pro rata), fixed term until March 2023

Hours 18.5 hours a week

Background

Multiple partners have joined forces to drive forward an exciting programme of regeneration in Plymouth’s City Centre. We believe the high street needs a rethink and that culture and creativity can play a central role in reimagining it’s purpose. 

We are looking for a skilled and motivated individual to help realise our ambition and support transformational change in the city.

As well as managing the practical elements of an Interreg funded project, such as reporting, budgeting and marketing, you will be responsible for delivering public facing initiatives on the high street and supporting business development in a post-Covid world.

You must have a passion for partnership working and believe in the power of culture and creativity to transform people and place. 

You may not have worked in the arts or cultural sector before and you may not have experience as a project manager. That’s not a problem. We think people from all sectors and backgrounds have transferable skills and can be a valuable asset to our organisation.

We are looking for individuals who are personally passionate about culture and understand the transformative impact it can have on peoples lives. We are particularly interested to hear from people who have experience in regeneration, place-making, partnership management, business development or sector support, regardless of the context in which you have worked.

The role

The Project Manager will be responsible for the successful design and delivery of the Plymouth Culture C-Care contract in order to reimagine the high street through creative and cultural activities. The role and initiatives will align with the wider, strategic city-centre regeneration work to ensure culture is a core strand of our future high streets work.

The role will focus on supporting the creative and cultural sector to develop new business models and services fit for a post-Covid world which can be piloted on the high street to support transformational social and economic impact. The work will culminate in a Future Cities Blueprint which outlines a model and best practice for other cities to adopt.

HOW TO APPLY

You can choose to apply by sending a copy of your current CV or the link to your Linkedin page, and a covering letter or alternatively you may provide a 3 minute video as your application.

Your letter/video should outline your suitability for the post, why you wish to work on this project and highlight any significant skills and experience. You may include any other information to support your application.

Please submit your application via email to Hannah Harris, hannah@plymouthculture.co.uk. Applications must be received by 5pm Friday 19th November 2021.

Full details can be found in the Job Pack, click below to view.