Job opportunities at Nerve Centre and Nerve Belfast
The Nerve Centre is recruiting for two temporary posts:
Projects & Events Manager (Nerve Belfast, part-time, Jan - Mar 2016)
The Projects & Event Manager will manage a portfolio of Nerve Centre creative learning and event-led projects with a Belfast focus. Current projects include Creative Centenaries Exhibition, Events & Outreach Programme, Urban Villages outreach digital skills training programme, and Connecting Classrooms CPD.
Visual Arts Programme Manager (Nerve Centre, full-time, Jan - Mar 2016)
The Visual Arts Programme Manager will develop and manage a lens-based and digital art-making programme at the Nerve Centre, including delivery of exhibitions around the Decade of Centenaries. Responsible for the development, production and staging of a range of exhibitions and associated events, from conception through to completion. Working with a wide range of partners, key stakeholders and artists.
Closing date: 5pm Monday 4 January.
Call for freelance digital trainers (Nerve Belfast / Creative Centenaries)
The Nerve Centre has been delivering excellence in training and education around creative digital media for over two decades. We are seeking experienced digital trainers / teachers to deliver training and outreach activities for the Nerve Centre's Creative Centenaries programme (www.creativecentenaries.org) in primary, post primary and community settings.
If you have skills, knowledge and experience in any of the following areas: digital film making, animation, design, web, music-making, sound recording, creative programming, 3D design or digital fabrication and interest or experience in training and supporting others in the creative use of these technologies then please get in touch with us.
To apply please send a CV outlining experience and interest, level of competence with specific software packages, samples of work and any training experience that you may have to: Niall Kerr, email@example.com.
This call is open until 3pm on Friday 15 January, 2016.
Creative Centenaries is funded by Heritage Lottery Fund, DCAL, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Community Relations Council.