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Re: Arts/Community Administartion



I am looking for any paid Arts/Community Administartion
Opportunities. I completed my Foundation degree in Public Sector management and would relish the opportunity of working full time within a challenging Arts/Youth worker role.I have been taken on Part time by Bridgend council as a Youth worker and have a current CRB. I am enroled in Trinity college taking my MBA(Business Administration/Arts Management) I also attend Team Days at National Theatre Wales.



I have completed my ILM Level 3 Management including project management and team building. I have an excellent grounding in the areas of planning and organising. I






I have over 15 year’s experience of managing projects and people in a various different fields. I am conscientious, professional with good organisational skills. I have a current IOSH Safety qualification. I also speak Welsh fluently.



I would enjoy discussing with you the opportunity of working for your organisation and how my skills are suited for the position.

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What I do:Re: Arts/Community Administration & Events Management

Do you need someone to look after a project for a couple of days or do you need someone once a week to come in and run a theatre office then look no further.

I have worked with

Big Foot Schools production ( Bi lingual )

Bridgend Youth Theatre

Man Mela Project with the renowned Dominic Rai (Bi Lingual)

The Passion as a Project Associate (Dawn Dance)

Battle of the Bands…

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Posted on August 17, 2015 at 18:03

Carnegie House Bridgend Arts Hub

There is now are fantastic new Arts space within the town centre. Here is the programme of events pop along and show your support for the centre

Date



Event

11th May

7.30pm 

Artist Gathering

Artist Gatherings are regular free…

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Posted on May 13, 2015 at 14:32

Arts/Community Administration

Re: Arts/Community Administartion

 

I am looking for any paid Arts/Community Administartion

Opportunities. I completed my Foundation degree in Public Sector management and would relish the opportunity of working full time within a challenging Arts/Youth worker role. I am enroled in Trinity college taking my MBA(Business Administration/Arts Management) I also attend Team Days at National Theatre Wales.

 

I have completed my ILM Level 3 Management and HNC…

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Posted on October 26, 2011 at 15:51

Sue Manley Youth Work Opportunites

Sue Manley Re: Youth Work Opportunites



I am looking for any paid Youth Work Opporrtunities. I completed my Foundation degree in Public Sector management and would relish the opportunity of working full time within a challenging Arts/Youth worker role.I have been taken on Part time by Bridgend council as…
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Posted on August 31, 2010 at 17:14

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At 12:35 on December 6, 2011, terry chinn said…

Hi Sue

this project is run by my mate Eirwen Hopkins,she is a theatre director and this project based in Swansea uses drama and the arts to engage young people.this is the post as admin support but there are other posts about to be advertised.

At 12:22 on December 6, 2011, terry chinn said…

Hi Sue this is an arts job that you may want to look at,Terry

Administrative, Professional & Managerial

Current vacancies available at Swansea University. Please click on the post that interests you for further details.

Fixed Term Project Support Assistant

College of Science

Post Reference: 6037
Salary scale: £19,822 to £21,021 per annum (pro-rata if part time).

Closing Date: 16 Dec 2011

Description:

Applicants are invited for the position of Fixed Term Project Support Assistant in the College of Science, reference 6037.  The post is fixed term between 9th January 2012 until 30 November 2012.

The role of the Project Support Assistant is to provide support for the day to day administration of the First Choice 12 project activities. The Project Support Assistant will be appointed by and report to the Project Director.

Candidates should be educated to A level standard or demonstrate equivalent experience working within a financial environment.  Excellent communication and IT skills are essential for this role as well as an ability to interpret University and financial rules and regulations to ensure compliance with funding regulations.

Informal enquiries may be made to Eirwen Hopkins via email at e.hopkins@swansea.ac.uk

 

 
 
 

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