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Salary: Starting from £26,243, rising to £32,236 Pro rata (per annum)
Closing date: Sunday 28 July 2019
Interview date: Monday 12 August 2019
Thank you for your interest in becoming our new Associate Music Producer. Please read the below information carefully before applying.
This new role will act to broker and organise opportunities for students, working with music, to express and showcase their talents. It will also work alongside those interested to develop their practice, organising professional mentorship and innovative events.
Working to the instruction of the University Arts Development Manager, you will support in planning and producing all aspects of music programming for the Office for the Arts. Activities are expected to take place in the city of Bath and at our cultural centre The Edge on campus, working alongside colleagues to ensure impactful realisation, liaising effectively with other partners across the city and departments at the University of Bath as necessary in order to contribute positively to arts provision objectives.
Salary: £9.17p/h & Holiday Pay = £10.28
Closing date: Friday 11th October 2019, 5pm
Thank you for your interest in becoming one of two EAC Supervisors. Please read the below information carefully before applying.
The Edge Arts Community (EAC) is a thriving, creative network run by and for University of Bath students. It is free to join and open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students studying at Bath. The EAC aims to inspire creativity across campus and encourage more students to get involved in arts activities.
The EAC is led by 2 Supervisors, a Marketing Coordinator, 3 Event Coordinators and a Postgraduate Coordinator who are employed on a casual basis alongside a voluntary Steering Group who make important decisions about the future direction of the EAC.
The Steering Group meets, once a semester and is open to all EAC members.
The EAC Supervisors guide the coordinators and co-chair the Steering Group acting as leaders to ensure meaningful outcomes for EAC members and students arts in general. They gain valuable professional development experience working closely with the University’s arts team. They also make decisions about the EAC events programme allowing them to pursue their own creative interests.
Please note: All applications should be submitted through University of Bath’s online application form, unless stated otherwise. If you are unable to apply online please email email@example.com or call the ad-line on 01225 386924.