East Street Arts is looking for a hard working and motivated research and development assistant to help lead on developing our new Guild project.
This is an important role within the new Guild team, working directly with and reporting to the Guild project manager. The research and development assistant will research, develop and collate relevant data for a range of support initiatives within the Guild programme. The role will be responsible for the provision and update of content for a digital platform. The research and data assistant will assist the key partners from Stockholm Environment Institute in the evaluation and monitoring of the programme.
East Street Arts is an organisation which focuses on contemporary artists. Our aims are to offer space, opportunities, services and resources to artists and those working with artists, supporting the development of a strong visual arts infrastructure locally and nationally.
East Street Arts is a company limited by guarantee (Company No 35986120 and is a registered charity no 1077401).
Find out more and apply here.
Contact NameGaynor Seville
Start Date7th September 2018
Closing Date28th September 2018