Manchester Jewish Museum

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Current Vacancies

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Creative Producer – Adults (Parental Leave Cover)

Do you have a passion for arts and culture, supporting artists and engaging diverse cultural communities? We are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic and pro-active team player to lead the production of bold, ambitious and innovative creative work for adults that reflects our museum’s values and programming themes.

You will be a vital part of the development of our innovative scratch programme, so that all programming explores our themes of journeys, communities and identities, past and present; and that collaborative, creative working processes are embedded across the organisation.

  • Salary: £25,000
  • Contract Type: Fixed term – 12 months Parental Leave Cover
  • Hours: 35 hours per week plus some unsociable hours
  • Deadline: 9am, Monday 5 July 2021

Download the job description and specification (word)
Download the job description and specification (PDF)
Download the Equal Opportunities monitoring form (word)

If you feel excited to work in a welcoming and inclusive cultural venue, work with diverse artists and communities and to develop and establish an innovative scratch programme then please send a CV, Cover Letter and completed Equal Opportunities monitoring form to gareth@manchesterjewishmuseum.com. Any questions can be sent to the same contact (Gareth Redston, Head of Programmes).

 

You belong with us

Are you interested in joining an inclusive and ambitious creative organisation? Do you want to help us bring people together to connect and share our stories?

We pride ourselves on being a welcoming and inclusive organisation, actively celebrating diversity and promoting acceptance and inclusivity. We value the benefits that diverse perspectives bring to our team and practise. We recognise we currently under-represent black people, people of colour, people with disabilities and those with intersecting identities in our team. We also seek to include self-identifying Jewish representation across our team. We are actively working to address this and encourage applicants from these identities and are committed to positive policies to promote equal opportunity in the development and growth of the museum industry.

While the successful candidate will be selected purely on merit, in the event of a tie between two candidates with equal experience, we may select a candidate who helps us better represent the communities the museum serves.