Operations & Development Director - deadline 23 February
Babylon ARTS (ADEC) is the lead organisation of a regional Consortium that develops and delivers a national Creative People and Places project. Funded by Arts Council England, Market Place is an innovative, ambitious programme of artistic commissions and community led projects designed to develop new ways of engaging more people in great arts experiences in areas of least engagement.
We are seeking a dynamic Operations & Development Director (£35k pro rata 4 days per week) to lead Babylon ARTS and deliver the next phase of Market Place across Fenland and Forest Heath districts until October 2021. This is a fixed term contract based in Ely.
More information on Market Place, job description and personnel spec is available at: www.cppmarketplace.co.uk/vacancies
For further information, or an informal chat about the post, please contact: Linda Holland, Babylon ARTS Trustee: email@example.com Tel: 07933 769511
To apply: Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date:12 noon Friday 23rd February 2018, Interviews w/c 5 March 2018.
Head of Project Delivery - deadline 16 March
Salary in the region of £28,000 per annum (37.5 hours per week), depending on experience.
We are seeking to appoint a full-time Head of Project Delivery to develop and manage the creative portfolio delivered by Babylon ARTS. The successful candidate will work alongside the Babylon ARTS Operations & Development Director and the Babylon Gallery & Cinema Director in the creation, planning, development, delivery and facilitation of our diverse and imaginative programme.
We have a proud legacy of projects that have established a number of well supported and much enjoyed groups central to the local community arts scene including the Isle of Ely Festival and Ely Folk Festival. More recently we have delivered several successful Heritage projects and are involved in an ongoing programme of live work across Cambridgeshire Libraries. This is a full-time permanent role based in Ely.
More information on previous projects is available at www.babylonarts.org.uk/projects
For further information, or an informal chat about the post please contact: Brian Watson, Interim Chair, Babylon ARTS at email@example.com Tel: 07939 567 838
To apply: Please send a CV and covering letter setting out how you meet the criteria in the application pack with a completed equal opportunities form to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Head of Project Delivery’ by 12 noon, Friday 16 March 2018. Interviews will take place week beginning 28 March 2018 in Ely.
Freelance Fundraiser - deadline 12 March
Babylon ARTS (ADEC) is looking for a self-motivated and organised freelance fundraiser whose can cultivate and manage charitable donations from individuals and business prospects. Using your fundraising knowledge, experience and organisational skills in the cultural or not for profit sector you will refresh and implement our charity’s fundraising strategy, cultivate new members, patrons, individual donors and sponsors and support the organisation in raising and promoting our profile in the community.
send with a completed equal opportunities monitoring form.
This is a fixed term freelance contract based on an average of 1.5 days a week for 50 weeks with flexibility on days, times and location. Office base is in Ely, but home working is an option.
Fee: £21,000k (including VAT and expenses) Based on 1.5 days per week for 50 weeks. Ideal start date April 2018
For further information, or an informal chat about the post please contact: Pamela Johnson, Babylon ARTS Trustee at email@example.com Tel: 07787 376900
To apply: please send a CV (no longer than two pages) and covering letter outlining your experience and suitability for the role as specified in the application with examples of recent fundraising successes and two relevant referees to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Freelance Fundraiser’ by 12 noon, Monday 12 March 2018.
Babylon ARTS is a charity committed to inspiring, developing and delivering quality arts events and activities to engage communities in Ely and beyond
One of Babylon ARTS' gallery sponsors Tindalls are looking for keen artists to demonstrate their skills in their Ely Shop between 10am - 4pm on Saturdays. If you work in any of the following disciplines: watercolour, acrylic, oils, pastels, sketching, silk painting, glass painting, porcelain painting, manga painting and are interested please ask in store at 4 Market Place, Ely CB7 4NP.
Get involved! If you are interested in helping out at Babylon ARTS we have regular volunteer opportunities including stewarding at Ely Cinema, Children’s Theatre, Concerts and Gallery exhibition events as well as helping in the office with tasks such as photocopying and marketing and helping out the box office. We develop and train our volunteers, offering people the chance to ‘shadow’ more experienced volunteers. You will need to attend an informal interview before being accepted.
My story: Pamela Johnson, Trustee
'As a volunteer trustee I've had the chance to share the passion of all the team and help to increase resources so that they can carry on doing what they love. This has built a real sense of achievement for Babylon Arts and has had a positive affect on audiences and local stakeholders in general. Meeting new people has also made me feel part of something outside of work, friends and family and while it has been hard work and involved challenge, its also been fun and I've had a great time doing it!
See our Jobs page for more information on current opportunities.
Volunteer Form available here
Work experience placements:
We have very limited opportunities for work experience placements, if you are interested an approach should be made through your school, college or university to email@example.com. Minimum age 16 years, we have no maximum age.