Friday, 14 October 2022, 5.00pm

The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre seeks to recruit a new Director.

The Organisation
The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre (SEAC), which is named in honour of one of Ireland’s most renowned traditional musicians and folklorists, has established itself, over the past twenty one years, as a centre of excellence for the traditional arts and culture as well as a focal point and social hub for local communities.

The Director will report directly to the Board of Management of SEAC and the County Arts Officer of Fingal Co. Council on a functional basis.

The position involves the management of all aspects of SEAC and will include overseeing planning and programming, managing budgets, finances and all matters relating to staff. It will also involve the development of future plans and ideas and identifying new funding sources for the future development of SEAC. In addition, the new director will be encouraged to develop SEAC's capacity to embrace other roles and uses, in keeping with the overall ethos of SEAC.

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre is owned and funded by Fingal County Council with additional funding from the Arts Council of Ireland.
For the purposes of this position the Arts include: drama, music, theatre, cinema, concerts, poetry, literature, visual arts, crafts, educational outreach, cultural events, and festivals with an emphasis on the Traditional Arts

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