Project Manager for Crisis, Recovery, Reflection and Commemoration
A national arts programme for NHS hospital staff in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is seeking an experienced arts project manager.
The Arts, Heritage and Design in Hospitals National Performance Advisory Group is developing a national arts programme to mark the COVID-19 pandemic and support NHS staff in their continued work, wellbeing and future recovery. The programme aims to acknowledge and celebrate the enormous courage and sacrifice of hospital staff through the creation of socially engaged commemorative artworks, created through listening and responding to their words and experiences.
The Group is seeking an experienced arts project manager to work with it on the Research and Development phase of this exciting programme. The role will entail liaising with the 20 participating Trusts to gather staff voices, appointing a Lead Artist, developing a detailed implement and communications plan for the main project, and raising funds to support it.
Interested applicants should email their CV and Expression of Interest to Guy Noble (guy.noble[at]nhs.net)
DEADLINE: Monday 16 November 2020.
The post is dependent on funding from an ACE Project Grant. If funding is successful a shortlist of applicants will be invited for online interview on Monday 30 November.
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