PEOPLE’S PALACE PROJECTS (PPP)
People’s Palace Projects is looking for an exceptional and talented individual with passion, skill and a strategic mindset. Working with Artistic Director Paul Heritage, you will deliver collaborative, multi-faceted arts projects that respond to urgent contemporary issues, and produce a programme that integrates art, enquiry and debate.
You will play a key role in the local, national and international partnerships that are key to PPP’s success, including the implementation of a three-year programme in the UK with the Brazilian cultural warriors AfroReggae.
Based at Queen Mary, University of London – one of the UK’s leading academic institutions – PPP has an excellent record of innovative research and advocacy for art that advances social justice.
You will therefore be able to bring your strategic, management and conceptual skills to academic, arts and social policy contexts.
Salary: c £40,000pa negotiable according to experience.
Deadline for applications: 18th June 2009
For application pack email: Rachel Sanger on firstname.lastname@example.org`