Second Hand Dance seeks Company & Projects Manager

Closing Date: 5 July 2021

Second Hand Dance

Location: Home/remote working (SHD is based in Surrey)

Remuneration: £150 per day, freelance

Description

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Joining the company at an exciting time in its development the role of Company & Projects Manager is a pivotal one in delivering the company’s mission and vision of the Company. As we enter the second year of Elevate funding from Arts Council England we are delighted to be recruiting this key member of the SHD team. The role offers the right candidate the opportunity to manage and deliver our award winning dance projects as well as shaping the day to day operations of the company.

Second Hand Dance is a disabled-led dance company driven by Artistic Director Rosie Heafford and Executive Producer Claire Summerfield. Established in 2013, we create touring shows and digital dance experiences for children and adults. Based in England our work has a growing international profile as well as local and regional impact.
www.secondhanddance.co.uk

The Company and Projects Manager will work alongside Rosie Heafford, Artistic Director and Claire Summerfield, Executive Producer to support the strategic direction, projects and partnerships, and administrative operations of Second Hand Dance.

To apply
Candidates are required to complete a 500 word written or audio statement outlining your relevant experience and what it is that excites you about the position. Please respond to the Job Description and the Essential Attributes in the Person Specification in your statement, along with confirmation you are available on the interview dates. Please submit applications along with an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to Claire Summerfield admin@secondhanddance.co.uk
For a full job description in written or audio format and equal opportunities form please email Olive Kane, Producer via producer@secondhanddance.co.uk

Second Hand Dance actively encourage people from a variety of backgrounds with different experiences, skills, and stories to join us and influence and develop our working practice. If you have any access requirements to apply or work with us, please let us know and we will work with you to meet these. We also welcome discussions about flexible working.