Are you someone who has two years’ experience (or equivalent) in access, training and research? Do you have strong administrative skills, commitment to the arts and cultural sector, including experience supporting audiences with disabilities and access provision, knowledge of arts participation, and an understanding of the social model of disability ?

Arts & Disability Ireland’s role and remit as the national development and resource organisation for arts and disability has changed and grown substantially over recent years, with the result that ADI is now hiring a series of new positions to meet its current and future needs.

The Access and Training Officer within Arts & Disability Ireland (ADI) will work with and report to the Programme Manager and be responsible for the effective implementation and delivery of ADI’s Access Services (such as audio description and captioning) and Disability Equality Training (DET) programme, as well as researching and responding to relevant information enquiries.

The role is suited to someone who has an understanding of the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion, particularly within an arts context, can work well as part of a team, whilst also working on their own initiative to deliver the role’s requirements.

For a complete job description and details of the application process, please contact John Deely at Pinpoint.

Email: recruit@pinpoint.ie
Telephone: (01) 642 5721

Closing Date: Wednesday, 7th December 2022 at 5pm.
First Interview Date: Via Zoom, Tuesday 13th December.
Second Interview Date: In person, Monday 19th December.

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Date Posted: 18 November 2022
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