This job has now closed to applications. Thank you for your interest in this role.
The Arts Programme Assistant role is an exciting opportunity to support a growing Arts Team and Arts Programme within Newcastle Hospitals Charity.
The multidisciplinary Arts Programme is based in one of the largest teaching NHS Trusts in the Country, and this role contributes to applying creativity to enhance the hospital environment and experience and deepen engagement with our local communities.
You will be a motivated self-starter with a passion for creative community engagement and for health and wellbeing. You will support the Arts Programme Manager and growing Arts Team, in delivery of the Arts Programme across the Trust. The programme provides arts and cultural activities for staff, patients and families to enhance the hospital environment; promote health and wellbeing and to engage with the wider community.
Closing date: Thu, 08 Feb 2024
Interview Date: Thu, 07 March 2024
Working pattern: 37 Hours 30 Minutes/Week
Qualifications & Education
- Educated to A Level or equivalent diploma
Knowledge & Experience
- Demonstrable experience of the arts and/or arts in community settings
- Experience of working with data entry and accurate record keeping
- Awareness of best practice for working with artists and arts commissioning
- Specific experience in moving and caring for artworks
- Knowledge of NHS Charities
- Experience of arts in healthcare settings
- Project Management
- Familiarity with NHS Charity fundraising, healthcare or cultural sector arts production and or commissioning
- Have knowledge of Arts best practice, regulation and procedures
- Knowledge of regulatory and legislative guidance to ensure all arts activities are compliant (e.g., health and safety; gambling regulations)
Skills & Abilities
- Excellent organisation and communication skills
- Well-developed IT skills/proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and Outlook
- Ability to develop arts projects and maintain basic budgets
- Diplomacy, negotiating skills/abilities, well developed social skills
- Able to work without direct supervision
For more information about the role, and to apply, please click here to visit the NHS jobs page.