Project Coordinator – closing 31 Oct

Drake Music Project Northern Ireland is a leading and unique arts organisation who work with people with different abilities to afford access, empowerment and equality in arts and performance, using unique and state of the art assistive tech.

The successful candidate will oversee the day to day delivery of the artistic programme of the Project, handling the operations and logistics of workshop provision, from recruitment of participants, to scheduling transport, assignment of associates, budgeting, negotiating income from participants, timetabling, logistics, setting, tracking and reviewing objectives and collating and summarising all reports and incoming evaluations of activities.

The successful candidate will market the activities and programmes of the Drake Music Project Northern Ireland, and will meet set targets on recruitment of groups and individuals to the Project activities and artistic programme objectives and targets.

The Project Coordinator will work with tutor team members to meet goals by an assigned deadline, assigning tutors, and managing their expectations and delivery of workshops, plans and objectives.

Essential Criteria

  1. Recognised professional qualification in a relevant field (Relevant fields include Business, Recruitment, Arts Administration or equivalent) and a proven track record of two years or more experience of managing or coordinating projects and staff
    A proven track record of three years or more experience of managing or coordinating projects and staff.
  2. Experience of effectively coordinating the day to day management of a programme and team to ensure the smooth delivery of quality services and performance, tracking performance, tracking budgeting and resources, designing and gathering evaluations and reports, and summarising the same for delivery to management for funding generation resources.
  3. Experience of building effective partnerships, networking and managing stakeholder relationships to build the Project’s reputation as an accessible arts provider and research project.
  4. Experience and good knowledge of I.T and database systems; ability to use MS office (Word, Excel) Internet and Email; ability to demonstrate knowledge of IT skills (this will be tested during the recruitment process).
  5. Proven ability to produce and present financial, progress and monitoring reports on time and identify key recommendations.
  6. Flexibility in work patterns to fulfil occasional evening and weekend duties.
  7. Access to a vehicle and full driving licence and have use of a car for business purposes. Candidates, who because of a disability, cannot hold a driving license must have access to a mode of transport that allows them to meet requirements.

To apply

Go to the download link below (at and download the recruitment pack document.

Project Coordinator

Deadline for applications is 5:00pm on Thursday, 31 October 2019

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New Belfast Community Arts Initiative trading as Community Arts Partnership is a registered charity (XR 36570) and a company limited by guarantee (Northern Ireland NI 37645).Registered with The Charity Commission as New Belfast Community Arts Initiative - NIC105169.