JOB OPPORTUNITY: PROJECT COORDINATOR – POSITION CLOSED
Alchemy Film & Arts seek an experienced Project Coordinator to lead on the delivery of Hawick In Common, an ambitious two-year project funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and exploring the histories, cultures and heritages of Hawick through the creative lens of film.
Working with Alchemy’s Directors, Engagement Coordinator, creative practitioners, project partners and wider stakeholders, the Project Coordinator will have skills and experience in project management and partnership development. They will lead on the overall coordination of project plans and programmed activities, milestones tracking, evaluation, sustainability, safeguarding, and legacy.
They will uphold Alchemy’s values, policies and frameworks in the delivery of a positive and meaningful film and heritage project.
£25,000 per annum
Four days or 32 hours within a five-day week.
Flexibility is required for event-based work, to which TOIL is applied.
24 months, fixed term contract
Alchemy Film & Arts, Hawick, Scottish Borders
23 days holiday per year
For full details of the role’s responsibilities and how to apply, please download and read our Job Description.
Deadline for application
Thursday 17 August, 5pm
Notification of interview
Monday 21 August
Friday 25 August
Interviews for this role will take place in person in Hawick. We will provide interview questions in advance and will inform interviewees of who will be present on the panel. We can support travel costs related to the interview, and can provide additional support in terms of access provision – please notify us of access measures you require.
About The National Lottery Heritage Fund
Using money raised by the National Lottery, we inspire, lead and resource the UK’s heritage to create positive and lasting change for people and communities, now and in the future. www.HeritageFund.org.uk.
Each week, National Lottery players raise £30 million for good causes across the UK.
Image: ‘Cultivate!’ exhibition at Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival 2023, taken by Sanne Gault