Back to Ours – Community Producer – Salary: £28-£38k – Closing date 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017

Creative People and Places (CPP) Programme – Back to Ours


This is an outstanding opportunity for a capable and ambitious producer seeking to play a key role in the delivery of Back to Ours, the newest of 21 projects in the Arts Council England’s national Creative People and Places (CPP) programme.

Community Producer

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £28-£38k. Negotiable / subject to experience.

Fixed Term until 31st December 2019 with potential for renewal


The main purpose of this role is to establish and maintain a strong creative vision for Hull CPP. You will work closely with the Director to plan and deliver an outstanding arts programme, establishing it as a national exemplar both in the excellence of the arts it delivers and in the numbers and depth of audience engagement and participation it achieves. You will do this by:


  • Work with the Director, partners and the rest of the team to create, commission and deliver an ambitious portfolio of projects in line with Back to Ours creative vision and objectives
  • Develop a network of community hubs across the city that will influence and challenge the Back to Ours artistic programme.
  • Work with the team and partners to develop community-led commissioning opportunities in Hull.
  • Work with artists and communities to develop participation opportunities
  • Ensure that all new projects have a strong community involvement
  • Recruit, manage and support artists, other freelancers and casual staff and volunteers to deliver individual projects, ensuring adequate supervision, support and training
  • Provide creative support and guidance to external partner organisations, community groups and artists to ensure high quality artistic delivery across the programme.
  • Provide detailed project information, budgets and related information as needed to support fundraising bid and tenders.

The post holder will have a passion and knowledge about the arts and creative sector. They will also have experience of working alongside communities in the commissioning, planning and management of projects. Established regional and national networks and contacts in the arts and cultural sectors would be an advantage but are not essential. A detailed job description and job specification is available on request. To apply for this role your application should comprise:

  • A short covering letter including full daytime and evening contact details (maximum 1 page).
  • A written statement setting our why you are applying and summarising your experience, interests and qualifications for the job. (Maximum 4 pages A4).
  • Please include contact details for at least 2 employment referees.
  • Your CV (maximum 4 pages long)
  • The attached Equal Opportunities form


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This post is subject to a Standard Disclosure & Barring Service Check and Satisfactory References.


Applications should be returned to no later than 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017. Interviews will take place between Wednesday 8th-Friday 10th November 2017.  If you haven’t heard from us by this date, please accept that on this occasion your

application has not been successful

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