Relationship Manager, Museums, Arts Council EnglandReference No.SWB13 Location:Bristol Salary: £32,615 Benefits:25 days annual leave plus Bank holidays and 3 days extra leave for Christmas, plus scheme to buy/sell annual leave Flexible working, including compressed or part time hours, job shares Pension and life assurance scheme Shopping discounts and ticket fund Main duties:
If you were currently doing this customer relationship manager job, here are some of the areas you would have been working in this week:
Working within the South West area team as well as the national Museums and Cultural Property team
Contributing to the shaping and delivery of Arts Council strategy across the South West
Being a crucial part of the NPO investment process assessment team
Managing a portfolio of organisations from across the South West
Advising on and assessing funding applications from individuals and organisationsInterview date:21/05/2021 Closing date:10/05/2021 Job Description:
Arts Council England is looking for an enthusiastic advocate of culture and creativity to fill the Relationship Manager position, Museums, on a fixed-term contract basis until 31st March 2022. At present, staff are working from home as a result of Covid-19 but will eventually move to office-based working from our Bristol office.
As a Relationship Manager, you will be part of an inclusive and highly skilled team in the South West, working closely with other Relationship Managers who cut across multiple art forms and represent cross-cutting agendas. In this business relationship manager role, you will also contribute to Area cultural placemaking work.
To apply, you will require previous Relationship Management experience and good knowledge and experience of working in or with museums. You will also need an ability to support the development of the museums’ sector in the South West. Excellent communication skills are also essential, as is an ability to work well across the industry and within ACE across various teams.
Disabled people, those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds and people under 30 are under-represented in our workforce so we particularly encourage applications from people in these groups.Full details [external link]