Programme Development Manager | £36,371- £39,571
Full time / Temporary

Closing Date: 12/8/22 | Job Ref: C/50133332 | Directorate: Growth & Sustainability | Service: Regeneration and Culture | Location: Westgate, Barnsley, South Yorkshire (This would be the normal base of work for this role, however, due to the current Government guidance around social distancing and our evolving ways of working, this means that you may be required to work remotely (e.g. from home/other locations). We will discuss this with you during the recruitment process.)

Salary: £36,371- £39,571  Plus laptop & phone

Working Arrangements: Monday - Friday, some evenings and weekends inc. Agile Working

Hours per week: 37

Contract type:  Fixed Term until 31/3/2025  

Flexible working arrangement: Yes, and we’re happy to talk flexible working arrangements with you.

This post is suitable for Job Share 

Suitable for Secondment: Employees wishing to be considered for secondment should agree with their head of service before submitting an application form. 

See our range of Employee Rewards

Closing date: 12/8/22 at 23:59

 

 

 The successful candidate will be required to speak English to an appropriate standard.

 

 

This post requires a Basic Criminal Record Check

 

Prospective employees will be required to give a reasonable account of any significant periods (6 months or more in the past 3 years) of time living abroad.

  

 

Pensions Regulations have provisions to reduce pension payments in certain circumstances of those who return to work within local government service.  If you are in receipt of a pension upon commencing employment with the authority, this may affect your pension entitlements and you should therefore seek advice from the relevant Pensions Authority.

 

 

About the Post:

 

 

Programme Development Manager – Cultural Development Fund

 

Full time, fixed term contract until 31 March 2025

 

Come and join us at Barnsley Council leading a ground-breaking project putting culture and heritage at the heart of communities across Barnsley.  At Barnsley Council, we’re making big changes to the places around us, with culture at the heart, to benefit all who live and work here. You will develop a co-produced and collaborative cultural engagement programme across Barnsley’s six Principal Towns and Elsecar.

 

Creativity, ambition and a focus on people. That’s what matters at Barnsley Council. Our award-winning council is on an exciting journey of change. Its all about putting local people at the heart of everything, listening to and doing good for our communities. We’re now more innovative, more efficient and provide better value for money. The changes are clear to see - from new businesses and jobs, to improving school results and to museums being recognised for their community engagement.

 

Shape a better future with us

 

We’re thrilled to have achieved Investors in People (IIP) Gold status for how we lead, support and develop people. Now we’d like you to be part of our success and help us take change further. Join us on our journey to a brighter future. By working together, with each other and with our communities, we can take pride in improving lives. Let’s make a better Barnsley for everyone.

 

Your role in our journey

 

As Programme Development Manager – Cultural Development Fund, you will be responsible for a project that will be transformational, forging a cultural and creative industries hub at Elsecar, with its wonderful industrial heritage, at the heart of a wider programme of cultural & creative activities in local hubs across Barnsley’s six Principal Towns. One of only seven second phase Arts Council England supported Cultural Development fund projects nationwide, you will be working with the Head of Culture and Visitor Economy, alongside the culture and economic development teams and you will drive this project forward, ensuring the local communities are at the heart of the project, and working with stakeholders across the Borough.

 

What you’ll need

 

To join us, you will need significant experience of managing sophisticated projects, preferably in an arts, heritage and/or cultural environment.  You must have experience of working closely with communities in shaping programmes of activity and ensuring that they are delivered effectively. Naturally you will be passionate about the role culture and heritage can play in improving people’s lives. Your talent for organising, communicating, and forging relationships with a wide range of stakeholders will be impressive.

 

A lot to look forward to

 

Here at Barnsley, we live and work by four important values: honesty, teamwork, excellent service, and taking pride in what we do. As part of our team, you can be sure well do all we can to support you in being truly excellent. You see, we prioritise learning and enabling you to achieve your potential. So weve created a development process that lets you grow in the way that suits you - whether thats training to be a leader, or learning flexibly online. Thats one of the reasons why we achieved IIP Gold, and why youll find your career here inspiring and rewarding.

 

Apply

 

To achieve your ambitions while shaping a bright future for our communities, apply now 

 

Supported using public funding by Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Arts Council England

 

 

Please use the documents below to help support you with your application form.

 

Job Profile: Programme Development Manager Job Profile.pdf

Vacancy Exposure Profile: Exposure Profile.pdf

Help with your application form

Why work for us?

 

Please ensure you view the job profile for this role, as you will need to demonstrate in your application form how you meet the required criteria.

 

We welcome the opportunity to have a chat about the role and are happy to address any questions you may have about flexible working arrangements, including as a result of caring responsibilities.

 

Barnsley Council is passionate about Equal Opportunities and Flexible Working. We're committed to equality and diversity in all aspects of our work and welcome candidates with a broad diversity of talent. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Click here for more information.

 

CVs will not be accepted.

 

www.barnsley.gov.uk/jobs

 

 

Let’s stay connected, follow us on social media:  

 

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Vacancy Description
Closing Date: 12/8/22 | Job Ref: C/50133332 | Directorate: Growth & Sustainability | Service: Regeneration and Culture | Location: Westgate, Barnsley, South Yorkshire (This would be the normal base of work for this role, however, due to the current Government guidance around social distancing and our evolving ways of working, this means that you may be required to work remotely (e.g. from home/other locations). We will discuss this with you during the recruitment process.)
 

Salary: £36,371- £39,571  Plus laptop & phone

Working Arrangements: Monday - Friday, some evenings and weekends inc. Agile Working

Hours per week: 37

Contract type:  Fixed Term until 31/3/2025  

Flexible working arrangement: Yes, and we’re happy to talk flexible working arrangements with you.

This post is suitable for Job Share 

Suitable for Secondment: Employees wishing to be considered for secondment should agree with their head of service before submitting an application form. 

See our range of Employee Rewards

Closing date: 12/8/22 at 23:59

 

 

 The successful candidate will be required to speak English to an appropriate standard.

 

 

This post requires a Basic Criminal Record Check

 

Prospective employees will be required to give a reasonable account of any significant periods (6 months or more in the past 3 years) of time living abroad.

  

 

Pensions Regulations have provisions to reduce pension payments in certain circumstances of those who return to work within local government service.  If you are in receipt of a pension upon commencing employment with the authority, this may affect your pension entitlements and you should therefore seek advice from the relevant Pensions Authority.

 

 

About the Post:

 

 

Programme Development Manager – Cultural Development Fund

 

Full time, fixed term contract until 31 March 2025

 

Come and join us at Barnsley Council leading a ground-breaking project putting culture and heritage at the heart of communities across Barnsley.  At Barnsley Council, we’re making big changes to the places around us, with culture at the heart, to benefit all who live and work here. You will develop a co-produced and collaborative cultural engagement programme across Barnsley’s six Principal Towns and Elsecar.

 

Creativity, ambition and a focus on people. That’s what matters at Barnsley Council. Our award-winning council is on an exciting journey of change. Its all about putting local people at the heart of everything, listening to and doing good for our communities. We’re now more innovative, more efficient and provide better value for money. The changes are clear to see - from new businesses and jobs, to improving school results and to museums being recognised for their community engagement.

 

Shape a better future with us

 

We’re thrilled to have achieved Investors in People (IIP) Gold status for how we lead, support and develop people. Now we’d like you to be part of our success and help us take change further. Join us on our journey to a brighter future. By working together, with each other and with our communities, we can take pride in improving lives. Let’s make a better Barnsley for everyone.

 

Your role in our journey

 

As Programme Development Manager – Cultural Development Fund, you will be responsible for a project that will be transformational, forging a cultural and creative industries hub at Elsecar, with its wonderful industrial heritage, at the heart of a wider programme of cultural & creative activities in local hubs across Barnsley’s six Principal Towns. One of only seven second phase Arts Council England supported Cultural Development fund projects nationwide, you will be working with the Head of Culture and Visitor Economy, alongside the culture and economic development teams and you will drive this project forward, ensuring the local communities are at the heart of the project, and working with stakeholders across the Borough.

 

What you’ll need

 

To join us, you will need significant experience of managing sophisticated projects, preferably in an arts, heritage and/or cultural environment.  You must have experience of working closely with communities in shaping programmes of activity and ensuring that they are delivered effectively. Naturally you will be passionate about the role culture and heritage can play in improving people’s lives. Your talent for organising, communicating, and forging relationships with a wide range of stakeholders will be impressive.

 

A lot to look forward to

 

Here at Barnsley, we live and work by four important values: honesty, teamwork, excellent service, and taking pride in what we do. As part of our team, you can be sure well do all we can to support you in being truly excellent. You see, we prioritise learning and enabling you to achieve your potential. So weve created a development process that lets you grow in the way that suits you - whether thats training to be a leader, or learning flexibly online. Thats one of the reasons why we achieved IIP Gold, and why youll find your career here inspiring and rewarding.

 

Apply

 

To achieve your ambitions while shaping a bright future for our communities, apply now 

 

Supported using public funding by Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Arts Council England

 

 

Please use the documents below to help support you with your application form.

 

Job Profile: Programme Development Manager Job Profile.pdf

Vacancy Exposure Profile: Exposure Profile.pdf

Help with your application form

Why work for us?

 

Please ensure you view the job profile for this role, as you will need to demonstrate in your application form how you meet the required criteria.

 

We welcome the opportunity to have a chat about the role and are happy to address any questions you may have about flexible working arrangements, including as a result of caring responsibilities.

 

Barnsley Council is passionate about Equal Opportunities and Flexible Working. We're committed to equality and diversity in all aspects of our work and welcome candidates with a broad diversity of talent. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Click here for more information.

 

CVs will not be accepted.

 

www.barnsley.gov.uk/jobs

 

 

Let’s stay connected, follow us on social media:  

 

Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  Instagram