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The Arts & Disability Ireland team. From left to right Hannah in all black and red lipstick, Ramona with dark hair in a flannel shirt, Pádraig in a grey jumper, Róisín with blonde hair in a coral shirt, and Adrian with dark hair and dark facil hair in a patterned jumper. They all stand against the iconic blue of the Project Arts Centre wall, with the remainder of Maser's Repeal heart in the background.

Programme and Service Development Manager

Arts & Disability Ireland (ADI) is seeking to recruit a Programme and Service Development Manager who will have a proven track record in project management and coordination (at least 3 years), and relevant third level qualification and/or equivalent experience.

Essential requirements of the position will include; exceptional project management and communications skills, team management, a commitment to and interest in arts and culture, experience of consultation and evaluation
methodologies, knowledge of arts participation, and an understanding of the social model of disability.

ADI’s remit as the national development and resource organisation for arts and disability has changed and grown substantially over recent years and this role is crucial to meeting the current and future requirements of the organisation.

The Programme and Service Development Manager within ADI is, in consultation with the Executive Director responsible for the rollout and implementation of the organisations’ programme and services, and for managing a range of artistic projects, access services and training initiatives related to this programme.

The role is suited to someone who has an understanding of the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion, particularly within an arts context, can work well as part of a team, whilst also working on their own initiative to deliver the role’s requirements.

For a complete job description and details of the application process, please contact John Deely at Pinpoint.

Email: recruit@pinpoint.ie
Telephone: (01) 642 5721
Closing Date: Monday 15 July at 5pm.
Interviews by Zoom: week commencing 22 July.

Image by Simon Lazewski