Job opportunity: Programmes Manager

LADA seeks a new part-time Programmes Manager.

Following Megan Vaughan’s imminent departure to pursue her PhD and publishing committments, this is an opportunity for a dynamic individual with experience of working with Live Art practices, strong production and/or administrative coordination skills and understandings to join LADA and contribute to its future.

Live Art Development Agency

LADA is the leading development organisation for Live Art in the UK, offering resources, schemes, projects and publishing for the support and development of Live Art practices and critical discourses in London, the UK and internationally.

Programmes Manager – 3 days per week

The Programmes Manager will work as part of LADA’s team to support and develop LADA’s artist opportunities, networks, and programmes. This is an opportunity for a dynamic individual with experience of working with Live Art practices, strong production and/or administrative coordination skills and understandings to join LADA and contribute to its future.

The Programmes Manager will be employed on a part-time basis for three days per week. The post will be offered at an annual gross salary between £15,000-£18,000 (full-time equivalent rate: £25,000-£30,000), depending on experience.

Application deadline: 12 noon, Wednesday 28 February 2018

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