1st June 2022
Hours: 18.75 hours per week
Term of Contract: Fixed term to March 2024
Salary: £29,995 FTE
Accountable to: BCVS Chief Executive Officer
Closing date is 29th June and interviews will take place w/c 11th July.
This post is available as part of a full time role if combined with another BCVS vacancy currently being advertised.
Through UK Government investment (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports, delivered by Arts Council England), Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service, in collaboration with Junction Arts, Bassetlaw Action Centre, Centre Place, Rhubarb Farm, Inspire Culture, Voluntary Action Doncaster, Mansfield Community and Voluntary Service and South Yorkshire Community Foundation have received funds, which over the next 2 years will support community volunteering opportunities and level up access to the benefits of volunteering.
Via this powerful partnership of nine voluntary and community sector organisations, the Point of View (POV) project aims to build new, strong and lasting relationships between Arts organisations and the wider voluntary community and social enterprise sector to affect change. The project aims to increase cultural engagement of all individuals and organisations participating in the POV project to increase confidence in access to the arts and in employment of multiple disciplines within non-arts organisations to strengthen and share the voice of young people. By working together to achieve this, the nine organisations aim to be able to amplify the voices of young people and develop over 100 volunteer opportunities.
Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service is recruiting a POV Project Manager to lead the POV project on behalf of the partnership. The post will be based at the BCVS Worksop office, however the individual will be expected to work with all partners and within their localities.
As such, the role requires someone with strong project management skills. You will also have excellent inter-personal skills to be able to build and maintain relationships with partners both within the collaborative and other stakeholders eg. arts, VCSE and statutory organisations. The role requires someone who is well organised and capable of operating independently and as part of wider teams.
We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and in particular those that are currently under represented in our workforce.
Please get in touch to discuss if you are interested in more than one half time role. You are welcome to submit one application form to cover more than one role, however please ensure that you address the all items on all person specifications you are applying for within the application.