Type: Fixed Term (12 Months). 4 days a week (flexitime)
Salary: £32k pro rata
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom
Application Deadline: 5pm, Friday 7 February 2020
Established in Manchester since 1995, FutureEverything is a non-profit creative media organisation who initiate, curate and deliver critical artistic projects – in Greater Manchester, the UK and internationally – exploring digital culture and the impact of technology in society and culture.
Through a curated programme of events, art commissions, critical conversations, collaborative projects and prototyping, FutureEverything pushes creative boundaries and stimulates new ways of thinking, across a diverse range of sectors, disciplines and audiences. Taking an action-research, artist-led and human-centred approach, FutureEverything is passionate about bringing people together to discover, share and experience new ideas for the future, creating opportunities to question and reflect on the world around us. Our work is international from US, Qatar, Singapore to Europe, Russia and Taiwan, and we have worked with prestigious and exciting partners including British Council, Ars Electronica Linz, Sonar, CTM and many more.
As we progress through an exciting growth period, we are looking for a dynamic, inspirational and creative producer who will be responsible for delivering high quality artistic projects, engagement programmes and events in accordance to our curatorial strategy. You will play a key role in supporting the team delivering artist commissions and working closely with stakeholders and funders, ranging from commercial organisations to government. You will be responsible for successful delivery of projects and events presented to FutureEverything as well as existing year-round activity related to core programmes/strands. You will contribute to ensuring we remain responsive and flexible to a rapidly changing funding environment, helping secure future resources and opportunities from a variety of sources and ensure our future resilience.
You will have the insight and ability to deliver from small-scale to ambitious work – such as conferences and festivals, large scale art installations, exhibitions, participatory design and innovation events. You will be curious, creative, well-networked and intellectually excited by this space.
The role will be mostly based in our central Manchester office with some national (and possibly) international travel. Full details on the role can be found below.
How to apply:
Please submit your CV, Equal Opportunities Form* and a short covering letter (500 words max) detailing why you are interested in the role, and relevant skills and experience to: email@example.com by 5pm Friday 7 February 2020.
*All information provided in the Equal Opportunities Form will be treated in the strictest confidence and held separately for reporting purposes. This information does not form part of the selection process.
Deadline for applications is by 5pm on Friday 7 February. Interviews will be held between 12 and 14 February 2020.