The Community Inclusion Project Manager will play a pivotal role in creating new connections between The Stables, IF: Milton Keynes International Festival and D/deaf and disabled people. He/she will be responsible for creating connections within Milton Keynes and ensuring that The Stables and the Festival are appropriately prepared for these new partnerships.
This role will support the delivery of a new project funded by MK Community Foundation which includes an extensive programme focussing on and enhancing the organisation’s approach to working with D/deaf and disabled people as participants, audience members and performers.
The successful candidate will need to:
- demonstrate an ability to work with a good degree of independence and responsibility whilst maintaining ongoing communication to keep in touch with the team.
- an understanding of accessible arts, inclusion, working with disabled people, project management and ways to engage a wide range of people is central to the role.
- Communication skills are key, along with an ability to maintain the big picture as well as retaining high levels of attention to detail.
- require a flexible yet methodical approach with a ‘can do’ attitude.
- the ability to absorb information quickly, integrate into an existing team and organisational culture, and work with established systems and processes to ensure a joined-up approach is essential.
- it will be important to build relationships with local networks, so a good knowledge of / connection with the Milton Keynes area is desirable.
A more detailed role description can be found here
Who are The Stables?
The Stables in Milton Keynes is one of the UK’s leading music organisations, presenting over 400 concerts across all music genres, and delivering 250 learning and participation projects per annum, including the National Youth Music Camps.
It also produces IF: Milton Keynes International Festival, a biennial multi-artform festival which engages people with extraordinary events in unusual spaces and in unexpected ways. Part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio, The Stables is preparing for its 50th birthday celebrations in 2020 by looking to expand the impact of its work locally, regionally and nationally.
Salary: Up to £20,000 depending on experience and availability
Contract: Freelance, temporary
Term: 1 year
Based: The Stables, Wavendon
Please submit your CV and up to 2-pages of A4 outlining your suitability for the role. Your submission should set out how you would seek to tackle the project and how much time you would commit to ensuring its success.
Alternative formats to written applications are accepted as a reasonable adjustment.
Application Deadline: Monday 23 September, midday (12 noon)