Senior Relationship Manager

Recruiter
ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND.
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
45802.00 GBP Annual + )
Posted
21 Oct 2021
Closes
23 Oct 2021
Hours
Part Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Senior Relationship Manager London (LL11-1)

Contract: Fixed Term until 31 st December 2022, working 17.5 hours per week

Salary: GBP45,802 per annum, (pro rata GBP22,901 per annum)

Location: London

Want to be part of a team of creative, exciting, diverse leaders who are on a mission to change the way the cultural sector works? As a Senior Relationship Manager at Arts Council England you will manage partnerships, investments and development programmes across London, and lead a team of experienced Relationship Managers.

You will have a good understanding of the role of arts and culture in contemporary society, and of the partnerships and policies that support it. As one of nine Senior Relationship Managers within the London Area Management Team, you'll be skilled at leading and motivating teams, and capable of creating strong partnerships with local stakeholders at a senior level. Working with your job-share, you'll co-ordinate work for the London Area in Combined Arts, Dance and Engagement & Audiences, including Creative People and Places.

About You

As the ideal candidate, you will have

  • Experience of relationship management at all levels
  • Good leadership skills
  • Strong experience of people and project management
  • Good understanding of the challenges and opportunities faced by cultural organisations
  • Experience of managing change
  • Strong understanding of business planning and financial reporting

About Us

We believe that great art and culture make life better. We champion, develop and invest in experiences that enrich people's lives by supporting activities across the arts, museums and libraries. A key priority for Arts Council England is diversity, inclusivity and relevance. Within this country, there are places and people who have been disadvantaged by historic patterns of public funding, including within culture. Arts Councils new strategy, Lets Create, takes into account those historic imbalances, with a particular focus on the needs of those from lower socio-economic backgrounds, D/deaf or disabled people, and those from black and minority ethnic backgrounds, who have traditionally had least access to culture.

Disabled, D/deaf and/or neurodivergent people, those from Black, Asian and Ethnically Diverse backgrounds and people under 30 are under-represented in our workforce so we particularly encourage applications from people in these groups.

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Post Reference: LL11-1

Closing date: Midnight on Friday 5 th November 2021

1 st Interviews: 11 th & 12 th November 2021

2 nd Interviews: 19 th November 2021