Project Coordinator Integrated Dance Cork
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Closing date: 12noon, Friday 10 December 2021
The Project Coordinator will implement the artistic programme developed by the artistic project leadership from Firkin Crane, Croi Clan and Suisha Arts: Cope Foundation for Integrated Dance Cork (IDC). IDC is a pilot project supported by an anonymous donor, facilitated through the Community Foundation for Ireland, that is planned as a two-year training (following a Pilot Programme) for professional artists and teachers of dance inclusive of disabled and non-disabled students. The Project Coordinator will work with the Artistic Leadership team to implement and realise the goals for the project, coordinate logistics, and work within Firkin Crane to track budgets and schedules. The Project Coordinator will oversee the various administrative aspects of the project throughout the year.
• Implement the artistic programme of Integrated Dance Cork.
• Track the budget, assist with fundraising, and support the financial health of the project.
• Work with Artistic Directors to execute the annual programme.
• Support partnerships with UCC, Suisha Arts: Cope Foundation, Croi Glan, ETB and other local and national organisations to expand the visibility and impact of the project.
• Work as a scribe for the Artistic Directors, especially for student assessments, to enter evaluations into digital formats.
• Work on project logistics, including transportation, housing and other scheduling needs for both students and faculty.
The Project Coordinator is a part time position, averaging 20 hours a week during the academic year, and will report to the project’s Artistic Directors and to the Executive Artistic Director of Firkin Crane. This will be a limited term in the pilot year (March-August 2022) with potential for expansion in subsequent years (September 2022 – June 2024). This is a contract position with an hourly fee of €17.50.
We are looking for someone whose values align with Firkin Crane and Croi Glan including the following traits: • _Artist-centred: have a good understanding of, and empathy for the needs of artists.
• _Discovery: be curious, seek growth.
• _Connection: build and maintain positive relationships internally and externally.
• _Openness: is willing to work in a generous and inclusive way, enabling those engaging with the project to access the support they need.
They will have strong organisational and communication skills, be flexible, and able to prioritise workloads as well as work on their own initiative. They will have at least three years’ work experience in a role or roles that allowed them to develop the skills and competencies necessary to undertake the responsibilities and tasks required. Firkin Crane and Croi Glan are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications from all sections of the community, particularly those underrepresented in our sector and our organisationJob Description More Info