Culture Campus is a new organisation formed as a partnership between Tate
Liverpool, the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, Foundation for Art
and Creative Technology, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John
Culture Campus is envisaged as an international centre providing an
environment for learning, incubation, research, development, participation
and expression in contemporary visual, media and popular culture forms.
The appointment of a Director provides an exciting opportunity for the right
candidate to drive the project forward. We are looking for a highly
experienced arts professional with a passion for contemporary culture to
work in partnership, developing links between the sector and HE.
The Director will bring a mix of academic and sector specific experience,
will be a leader in the field of contemporary culture with excellent
strategic and managerial skills and a proven record as a good communicator.
You will have the ability to develop a strategy for taking forward this
innovative partnership and co-ordinate its activities with key regional,
local and national partners. You will represent the partnership at local and
international meetings and will be an effective fundraiser able to attract
additional funding for the project.
This is a full time post on a two year contract in the first instance.
Job share applicants will be considered.
For more information please contact: Sheindal Cohen.
Email email@example.com Tel: 0151 707 4444. Website http://www.fact.co.uk/ .
Deadline for applications: October 17 2005.
Culture Campus welcomes applications from any individual regardless of
ethnic origin, gender, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation and
age. All applications will be considered on merit.