Job Opportunity: Project Coordinator, Creative Learning Centre
Nerve Centre is seeking a Project Coordinator to join the Creative Learning Centre team.
Nerve Centre is Northern Ireland’s leading creative media arts centre. We are undertaking a number of exciting, innovative projects and are seeking a Project Coordinator to join the Creative Learning Centre team. If you want to join an ambitious organisation that transforms learning through creative technologies then read on!
- Closing Date: The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 10am Monday 23 August 2021.
- Office Location: Nerve Centre staff are currently working remotely in line with government advice. The role will be required to work from the Nerve Centre office in Derry-Londonderry.
- How to Apply: Email email@example.com to request an application form. Please specify which role you would like an application pack for.
We seek to employ a Project Coordinator to coordinate and direct the delivery of schools programmes within the Creative Learning Centre (CLC), including Into Film Club, Good Relations, and NI Science Festival. This role will be based at the Nerve Centre in Derry-Londonderry and will work closely with other Creative Learning Centre staff to coordinate and facilitate creative learning schools programmes.
The Project Coordinator will join the Creative Learning Centre department, with the purpose of organising and managing school bookings and trainers for our Into Film Schools Programme, Good Relations Schools Programme and also contribute to other programmes within the CLC. The Into Film Enhanced Clubs programme supports a network of schools to access film screenings, film related workshops, events and training as part of the Nerve Centre’s education activity. Our Good Relations project works with Post-Primary schools in the Derry/Strabane council area working with year 10 pupils to explore hard-hitting issues through the use of digital technologies.
We will also require this dynamic person to contribute to other CLC programmes and to embed themselves within the department to support schools and communities provision.
The successful candidate will be a proactive, solution-driven, highly organised individual who is confident working with schools and community organisations. They will have excellent project coordination and communication skills, and will have a degree level qualification and a minimum of 2 years’ relevant experience working in a creative, educational, youth or instructional environment.
This is a 1 year fixed-term position, with the possibility of extension. Salary: £23,000–£24,000.