ChalleNGe is Nottingham’s Cultural Education Partnership, hosted by NTU and supported by a steering group comprising representatives from art, culture, community and business
The Arts Council’s Cultural Education Challenge challenged ‘all cultural learning stakeholders to find new ways to partner one another to ensure that every child and young person has access to arts and culture.’ They aim for a world where every child and young person has the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts, museums and libraries. Where local partnerships galvanise and facilitate Music Hubs, Museums and arts organisations to co-author and co-ordinate high-quality cultural experiences for children and young people in and out of school.
Nottingham responded and in summer 2017 ChalleNGe was formed and in 2018 the city launched its new Cultural Framework in which education is a key strand. The Framework underpinned the ambition integral to the city’s European Capital of Culture bid in which cultural democracy was the driver.
This thinking and ambition is reflected in how we propose to take ChalleNGe forward and is integral to the new ChalleNGe Strategic Plan 2019-2021 which was arrived at following extensive consultation with cultural organisations, agencies, teachers and individuals. It also reflects findings from Nottingham Youth Trends published by Nonesuch in 2018.
A copy of the ChalleNGe Strategy will accompany the application pack.
The Manager of ChalleNGe will drive the strategic development of ChalleNGe 2019-2021; cultivating exemplar collaborations across the cultural learning sector; promoting ChalleNGe to new audiences, participants and partners; and ensuring the sustainability of high quality cultural education experiences beyond 2021.
Working closely with partner universities, s/he will establish evaluation procedures and measure progress against agreed targets, putting in place key metrics where required.
S/he will provide regular strategic planning and financial reports, making recommendations for consideration of the Steering Group.
S/he will lead the development and dissemination of a cohesive communications strategy, and be an advocate for ChalleNGe at all times
ChalleNGe’s 2019 – 2021 plan is attached for information.
Closing date – Monday 17 December 2018
Interview date – Monday 7 January 2019
If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please contact Lucy Phillips, Strategic Partnership Manager for Culture, on +44 (0)115 848 2068 or via email email@example.com, or Barbara Matthews, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Culture) via email Barbara.firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful applicants will usually be appointed to the base of the advertised salary grade, except in justifiable circumstances.
This role does not meet the minimum requirements set by UK Visas & Immigration to enable sponsorship of migrant workers. Therefore we cannot progress applications from candidates who require sponsorship to work in the UK.
Start Date23rd November 2018
Closing Date17th December 2018