Young People'’s Programmer, Nottingham Contemporary


Job Title: Young People’s Programmer

Responsible to: Head of Learning

Hours: 3 days (21 hours) per week. Can be worked flexibly with some evening and weekend work required

Salary: £23,934 full time equivalent, which equates to £14,360

Term: Fixed term until March 2023

Nottingham Contemporary, one of the UK’s leading and largest centres for contemporary art, is looking for a programmer to develop our acclaimed work alongside and in response to young people.

The post holder will be work with a collective of young people, and in partnership with youth and voluntary sector groups, colleges, universities and the local arts community, to develop relevant themes, ways of working and skills development opportunities.

We are keen to hear from people who are collaborative and organised, who are self-motivated and can motivate others, and who are committed to the arts, participation and social justice work with young people.

To apply, please visit our website 

Information about our access statement and facilities can be found here.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss access requirements, both as part of the recruitment process and in relation to the role. Please contact for more information and to discuss your access requirements. We welcome applications as video or audio statements (of up to 4 minutes) and are happy to advise.

Application deadline is Monday 31 Jan 2022

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