Acting Woodend Barn Director

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Deadline  13.00 on Wednesday 12 February 2014 Salary to be agreed
Nine to 12 months’ maternity cover, 2 to 3 days per week plus some evening/weekend working at Barn events.

The Woodend Barn is seeking maternity cover for the Barn Director who is expected to take maternity leave from 21 March for nine to 12 months. The interim Barn Director will manage and supervise Woodend Barn staff (2 full-time, 5 part-time) in the operation of the Barn and the delivery of the Barn’s diverse programme.

During the maternity leave, the roles of some staff and volunteers will be extended to provide staff development opportunities and support the Acting Director in covering the role in 2 to 3 days a week. (The Barn Director post is a full-time post.)

Closing date for receipt of completed applications is 13.00 on 12 February 2014.

Interviews are expected to be held between 17 and 25 February 2014.

You can download an information pack and application form from Creative Scotland.

This opportunity is available in: Woodendbarn, Banchory, AB31 5QA

For further information, please visit the Woodend Barn website or contact Mark Hope ( or Tony Brown (

Brilliant opportunity to contribute to an outstanding organisation – Woodend Barn has a very distinctive operating model, very rooted in its community, very volunteer led, with an exciting cross art form programme and a deep engagement with environmental issues. EcoArtScotland highly recommends anyone interested in models for the future to apply for this.

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