Job Title: Producer
Hours: 1.5 days a week freelance contract / 6 month fixed term contract
Salary: £185 per day
Reports to: Artistic Director
The Producer is responsible for overseeing the delivery of creative projects, managing finances and logistics, co-ordinating collaboration and communication between Body Politic and external partners/venues, liaising with artists and collaborators.
The role requires experience, exceptional organisational skills and an appetite for detail. This role is pivotal to the delivery of Body Politics forthcoming productions and future strategy.
Working closely with Artistic Director Emma Jane Greig you will develop a strategy for Body Politic projects including current creations of their new work THEM, the growth of artist development strands such as The Writer’s Toolkit and scoping digital facing opportunities; that respond to contemporary and future ways of connecting dance (and Hip Hop dance) to broad audiences.
To develop and maintain strong partnerships and to attract key investors and stakeholders from the arts sector and beyond. Be responsible for the day-to-day management of Body Politic budgets and support Emma Jane Greig’s fundraising activities.
To lead on the co-ordination of projects, negotiate financial contracts with creatives and manage freelance creatives employed for such projects. Together with the Artistic Director act as a senior advocate for the organisation within the locality, the sector and on the national.
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CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
This is a part-time position. Normal office hours are Monday – Friday, 9.00am – 6pm. Flexibility over working hours and days will be required.
This post is offered as a 6 month fixed-term contract. This is offered under a freelance basis.
This post carries a probationary period of three months, during which time the notice period required by either party is two weeks. Subsequent to a satisfactory review, the notice period becomes two months.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send CV and cover letter before the closing date to: Emma-Jane Greig
at email: Emma-Jane.Greig@bodypoliticdance.com
Closing date and time for applications: 30th September 2021
Interviews will be held in the weeks of 18th October 2021
Start Date of appointment: 1st November 2021
Body Politic encourages people from any background to apply for this post. We are committed to creating a workforce which is representative of our society, and to bringing together those with a variety of skills and experiences to help shape what we do and how we work.
Body Politic is funded by Arts Council England, Access Sport, Public Health England, Youth Ambition and supported by Dancin’ Oxford, Oxford City Council
GET INVOLVED WITH THE COMPANY
We’re always looking for passionate people who would like to get more involved in the work that we’re doing. If you’re interested in marketing, media or you’re an artist looking for work, we’d love to hear from you!