Creative Engagement Coordinator

Creative Engagement Coordinator

Monday, 22 April 2024, 11.55pm

Dublin City Council Culture Company is seeking a Creative Engagement Coordinator to help achieve their ambitious aims to connect the people of Dublin through culture and conversation.

Through Creative Engagement programmes, The Culture Company invites people to ‘try out’ culture and creates ways for people to see and make culture together, based on their stories, wishes and experiences.

As one of the Creative Engagement team, your focus will be on delivering high quality and engaging projects, activations and events across the cultural buildings and programmes operated by Dublin City Council Culture Company.

You will be responsible for ensuring that these are run professionally, efficiently and effectively so that the conditions are created to activate and empower people through their participation.

Some of the key programmes and projects you will work on are:

Dublin City Historians in Residence:

Established in Spring 2017 under Dublin City Council’s Decade of Commemorations programme, the Historians in Residence work in communities across the city to bring history to life and make history and historical documents accessible, engaging and enjoyable for all.

Historian in Residence for Children:

The Historian-in-Residence for Children programme empowers children and young people’s own personal journey through history, capturing their curiosity, facilitating the learning of skills which allow them to research, explore and discover their chosen areas of historical interest.

Responsive Programming 14 Henrietta Street and Richmond Barracks:

You will work on coordinating and administering responsive programmes within our buildings, including Teatime Talks at 14 Henrietta Street and Talks at the Mess at Richmond Barracks, and assist across all of our programme activities as required.

The main areas of responsibility for the Creative Engagement Coordinator includes:

- Programme administration and event coordination
- Engagement with participants, communities and colleagues
- Providing curatorial and artistic support.

The full time annual salary for this role is €34,811. Applicants must have a minimum of two years' experience in a similar role within the cultural, creative or community. Previous experience of event management, cultural programming or engagement work would also be desirable.

For a full role specification, details of salary and generous employee benefits and application process, please visit our website. The closing date for this position is Monday April 22, 2024.

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