Join our team
4 days a week, £30,689 (FTE 37,849)
Closing date: 2nd September 2019, 5pm
We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to deliver and measure the impact of a number of National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) projects. The post holder will be responsible for supporting the development of an ambitious new research programme (Inspiring Futures) that aims to enable more people within the criminal justice system to participate in arts interventions that help them on their journeys away from crime.
Key aspects of the role include:
- On behalf of the NCJAA Director, manage the overall delivery of the NCJAA flagship Inspiring Futures project. This will include managing the programme budget, ensuring project activities are delivered on time, to performance targets and on budget. This will include liaison with other project partners, carrying out funded activity to ensure timely delivery across all aspects of the project.
- Manage and support a range of ongoing additional projects as required by the NCJAA Director in line with our role as an Arts Council England Sector Support Organisation, ensuring we effectively capture and measure our impact as the national arts and criminal justice network.
We are particularly interested in applications from individuals with experience or knowledge of arts in the justice system, prison, probation and people with protected characteristics under the Equality Act (2010) in the criminal justice system.
The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance is managed by Clinks, the national charity supporting the voluntary sector working in the criminal justice system.
Clinks is an equal opportunities employer and individuals with direct experience of the criminal justice system and/or protected under the Equality Act (2010) are actively encouraged to apply.
The job description and application form may be downloaded below:
Job Description (.doc)
Application Form (.doc)
Enquiries regarding the position should be directed to email@example.com
Closing date: Applications should be emailed (not posted please) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Monday 2nd September 2019. Also note that CVs will not be accepted.
Interview date: Wednesday 11th September 2019
With regret we are unable to notify non-shortlisted applicants. If you do not hear from us by the interview date, please assume that you were unsuccessful on this occasion.
Image: NCJAA annual conference 2019, credit Elijah Thompson