South African Cultural Observatory

Arts Programme Manager Vacancy At British Council

BY 30.05.17

THE British Council South Africa is recruiting an Arts Programme Manager with at least five years’ recent professional experience at a senior level in a creative, producing, programming or management capacity in the cultural sector, ideally with links and some knowledge of, and contacts in UK and African arts and cultural sectors and experience of leading teams to ensure significant impact through successful outcomes from cultural programmes.


Purpose of job:

The purpose of the job is to successfully manage the South African Arts programme (British Council Connect ZA) and support the Head of Arts – South Africa and the Southern Africa cluster. You will work with the Head of Arts, to initiate, develop, be accountable for and innovate with cultural partners and stakeholders in South Africa and the UK. As the Arts Programme Manager, you will be required to increase the profile and impact of the programme across the country through effective delivery, team management and innovative ways to grow.

Click here for further information. Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. 

Deadline: 12 June at 23:59 UK time.

Read more: http://vansa.co.za/opportunities/arts-programme-manager-vacancy-at-british-council

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