Project Manager, Reset Pilot Project

6 months, part-time (approx. 4 days/month), £4,800 fee 

Liverpool Theatre Network are looking for a project manager to lead a pilot scheme focussed on arts provision for young people in the region.

The project aims to create a new business model that will provide a structured pathway to engage children and young people across Liverpool City Region in theatre based activities. The model will involve theatres across the region working in partnership to ensure a broad theatre based offer, supporting and reaching children and young people from early years into adulthood giving every child and young person the opportunity to engage with some form of theatre based activity.

The first stage of the pilot will run until October 2022 and will inform future stages of the process. All Stages All Ages (working title) will build on existing provision across the region, identify gaps in engagement and explore ways of collaborative working to achieve the project aims. The pilot will involve theatres across the region working in partnership via the recently formed Liverpool Theatre Network to ensure a broad theatre based offer across the whole region and will bring together expertise from across all theatres to work with stakeholders including local authorities, Curious Minds and Cultural Learning Partnerships.

The All Stages All Ages Project Manager will capture and analyse current youth theatre and young person arts based activity across Liverpool City Region. They will oversee the design of a system to capture information from youth theatre providers and participants showing how work is delivered, who participants are, the diversity of those taking part in and delivering activity and help to identify the gaps in provision and participant demographics and diversity.

For more information download the project manager brief here.

Please submit your Expression of Interest form and Equality & Diversity form along with a CV and cover letter, to:
Mary Kasar
Executive Assistant to the CEO
by 29 July at 5pm