The North Wall is looking for an outstanding and talented individual who will lead the arts centre to new levels of artistic achievement with passion, invention and dedication. The Director will report to the North Wall Trustees and will be responsible for managing the venue’s resources, artistic programming and marketing and for working with St Edward’s School and other educational/vocational establishments to seek opportunities for young people to be involved in the arts. The School has recently built a new Music School with a 120 seat recital room and there will be scope for the Director to work with School staff to explore opportunities to expand and diversify the North Wall’s programme to include this new hall.
The successful candidate will be a confident and persuasive leader with excellent communication skills, able to inspire and motivate pupils, staff, audience, artists, donors and other stakeholders. He/she will have proven ability to collaborate and work in partnership with others, experience of setting an artistic vision and programming, and a track record of generating income from a variety of sources.
This role will afford the new Director an exciting opportunity to consolidate the art centre’s great success and to further develop the diversity of the North Wall’s programme, making it a proud element of St Edward’s and Oxford’s identity.
Closing date for applications for the Director post will be 9am on Tuesday 30th May
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How to apply
Please visit St Edward’s School’s website and download an application form:
Completed application forms should be returned to: Recruitment, St Edward’s School, Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 7NN (or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org). Please note that we cannot accept CVs alone. If you send a CV we will only consider it as supplementary information to a fully completed application form.
St Edward’s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we aim to create and maintain a safe environment for our pupils, where they feel respected and supported. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to become familiar with our policies and procedures for child protection and security. All staff are required to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
- If you’re an emerging artist aged 18-25, we offer professional development opportunities through our ArtsLab programme
- Want to volunteer with us? Our front of house team is always looking for volunteer stewards and bar staff.
- We offer work experience for secondary school pupils, both through Oxfordshire County Council’s Local Enterprise Partnership, and for students organising their own work placement. Contact Amy Walters on email@example.com to apply, stating your preferred dates.