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Cultural Education Partnership Co-Ordinator

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Organisation:
Cambridge City Council
Hours:
18.5
Salary:
£25,991 - £29,577
Working
Pattern:
Fixed Term
Location:
Mandela House
Reference:
24461
Closing date:
07 October 2021 at midday
CULTURAL EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP CO-ORDINATOR
(FIXED TERM)

Hours: 18.5 hours per week
Contract: Fixed Term for 1 Year
Starting Salary: £25,991 - £29,577 per annum (City Pay Band 4), pro rata for part time
Location: Mandela House
Closing Date: 12 noon, 7th October 2021
Interviews: TBC

Cambridge City Council has a new and exciting opportunity for a proactive and organised individual to support the development of the My Cambridge Local Cultural Education Partnership.

The partnership brings together representatives from Cambridge’s arts providers, museums, schools, and higher education and has been instrumental in providing experience, networks and knowledge across arts, culture, education, and careers.

This key role will be responsible for co-ordinating meetings, supporting the collaborative development of an action plan along with initiating actions from the group. In addition, we will look to you to co-ordinate wider network events, develop youth engagement and also support awareness raising of activities and the network.

The successful post holder will have experience of working as part of a team and will be able to work upon their own initiative to meet targets and deadlines. The ability to balance a range of priorities is essential as is knowledge of Microsoft Office Systems. With a focus on delivering positive outcomes, our ideal candidate will posses excellent communication skills both written and oral.

This is a brand-new role and will enable My Cambridge to be quicker in identifying and responding to the needs of its locality. With so much to get your teeth into, what are you waiting for?

In return we can give you access to a range of benefits including family friendly policies, generous annual leave allowance, access to the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS), a healthy learning and development programme and a health and wellbeing programme for all staff.

To find out more about the role, please contact Akua Obeng-Frimpong:
Tel: 01223 457085
E-mail: akua.obeng-frimpong@cambridge.gov.uk or download the ‘General Information for Applicants’ PDF document below. This contains:

- The Job Description
- The Person Specification
- Details about the City Council
- Information on our Benefits and Working for Us
- Guidance on the Application Process


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