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Voluntary Arts ScotlandVoluntary Arts Scotland seeks new Chair

Area: Scotland
: 31 January 2020

Are you passionate about sustaining and strengthening opportunities for creative participation across Scotland?

Do you have a good network of strategic contacts in policy and funding?

Do you enjoy nurturing leadership in others?

And do you have the time to commit to four Board meetings a year, plus one-to-one guidance and support as required to our Scotland Director?

If yes, then we would love to hear from you!

Read more about this exciting voluntary role here.

Voluntary Arts Scotland

Voluntary Arts Scotland: Digital Officer

Area: Edinburgh
Deadline: 5pm, Friday 14 February 2020

For the role of Voluntary Arts Scotland Digital Officer, we are looking for a creative professional who has the skills, experience and approach to produce and edit high-quality digital content, including audio, video and graphic design.

As the national strategic development agency for all creative, cultural activity, everything we do at Voluntary Arts is about communicating stories, stories to policy-makers about the well-being benefits of active participation, stories that inspire new participants to try a creative activity at the Get Creative Festival each May and stories that celebrate innovation and imagination at our annual Epic Awards.

The Voluntary Arts Scotland Digital Officer will work across our different projects and campaigns in Scotland with a mix of desk-based work from our office at Custom Lane, Leith and on fieldwork assignments collecting stories.

The post holder will report to the Voluntary Arts Scotland Director but also work closely with the Voluntary Arts Communications and Partnerships Director (UK and Republic of Ireland) providing support to the Voluntary Arts website administration and other cross-national communications work.

Salary: £10,102 (based on £25,256 per annum pro rata)
Location: Based within the Voluntary Arts Scotland Office, Leith, Edinburgh.
Hours: 15 hours per week. Hours can be flexible to take account of personal circumstances. There might be occasional evening and weekend work for which time off in lieu will be given.
Period: This is a fixed-term post from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2022.

If you are interested in this position, please see the full job ad here.

Voluntary Arts Ireland

Voluntary Arts Ireland: #LovetoDraw Freelance Facilitator

Area: Ireland
Deadline: Friday 31 January 2020

Following a successful application to the Arts Council of Ireland, Voluntary Arts Ireland is now recruiting a Freelance Facilitator to coordinate the #LoveToDraw Ireland project. #LoveToDraw Ireland is modelled in part on elements of the successful Drawn Together project led by Voluntary Arts Wales and Coast Lines (see the Drawn Together website).

The project will involve recruiting artists, organising drawing workshops across three counties of Ireland in May 2020 and celebrating the outcomes of the workshops in an exhibition at the Glucksman Gallery Cork during November 2020.

We will be offering a fixed fee of €6,000 based on €250 per day (24 days between January - December 2020) plus any agreed travel related expenses.

The Freelance Facilitator will report directly to the Chief Executive of Voluntary Arts.

If you are interested in this position, please see the full job ad here.

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