Contract: Permanent. Subject to a 12 months review period.
Full-time – 40 hours per week (5 days).
We acknowledge the changes that have occurred as a result of the Covid19 pandemic and support a healthy work/life balance. Flexible working is available except for Mondays which are an in-office day for the team
Annual Leave: 25 days (plus 8 statutory bank holidays)
Reports to: Creative Director and Executive Producer
Working with: FutureEverything Senior Management Team, Associate Artist, Comms Manager, Finance & Admin Manager, Administrator, freelance artists
Office location: Manchester city centre & working remotely. However, this role will require travel across Greater Manchester, other UK based locations, and internationally.
As we enter into an exciting growth period, we are looking for a new Producer to join our team, playing a key role in supporting the team delivering projects across our three programme strands and working closely with stakeholders and funders.
The Producer will be responsible for two key elements of FutureEverything’s portfolio: the delivery of projects and events, and the development of relationships and projects with cross sector industry partners.
The Producer will be responsible for the successful delivery (and, where applicable, development) of projects / events presented by FutureEverything as well as existing year-round activity related to our core programme strands: Public Artworks, Cross Sector Innovation, and Digital Debates & Knowledge Exchange. Recent projects include this place [of mine], You & AI, Future Focus and Unintended Consequences.
The Producer will also lead on identifying and developing relationships with cross sector partners as part of the income generation strategy and develop a core model and processes to lead the introduction and importance of arts and culture values with the business and academic industries. Recent cross sector projects that FutureEverything has developed, curated and delivered including Innovate Manchester, GROW and Cisco.
For both key elements the Producer will deliver from small-scale creative events to larger scale public events, exhibitions and projects working collaboratively with the FE team. They will ensure that FE’s principles and approach (art-led, practice-driven, interdisciplinary, collaborative) are embedded in the way they work. They will be responsible for managing related budgets, and strategically planning resource allocation on all projects, in consultation with the Creative Director and Executive Producer.
Application information and a full job description (complete with a list of role responsibilities, and skills and experience requirements) can be found in the download link below. If you’re interested in working with our exciting, talented, and supportive team and want to know more about the Producer role, then click the link below for more information.
The deadline for applications is 9.00am, Monday 21st March, with interviews to take place Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th April. Candidates will be informed of the outcome by w/c 11 April.
We particularly welcome applications from those with disabilities (both seen and unseen), LGBTQ, and Black and Minority Ethnic candidates, as they are under-represented across the arts and culture sector.