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Bulldog Trust - Programme Coordinator Role Two Temple Place

Bulldog Trust - Programme Coordinator Role Two Temple Place

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The Bulldog Trust are looking for a Programme Coordinator to develop the supporting events programme surrounding exhibitions and assist with the development and day-to-day delivery of the charitable programme within the building. The Programme Coordinator is also required to manage the day to day running of the gallery when open to the public. The role will report to the Head of Programme.
The Bulldog Trust are looking for a Programme Coordinator to develop the supporting events programme surrounding exhibitions and assist with the development and day-to-day delivery of the charitable programme within the building. The Programme Coordinator is also required to manage the day to day running of the gallery when open to the public. The role will report to the Head of Programme.

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Published by: TwoTemplePlace on Jun 07, 2013
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Job Description: Programme Coordinator JUNE 2013The Bulldog Trust
Salary: in line with experienceContract: one year with potential for extension 
The Bulldog Trust seeks a Programme Coordinator to join the team at theinnovative new arts venue, Two Temple Place.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Programme Coordinator to play an important role in thedevelopment of the charitable programme of activities at Two Temple Place, the stunningneo-Gothic headquarters of the Bulldog Trust.Two Temple Place is the focal point for many of 
the Trust‟s
developing range of charitableinitiatives including the Engaging Experience Philanthropy Network (connecting businesspeople with charities in need of specific skills), our partnership with the FulbrightCommission to develop philanthropy among its alumni, and marquee events for smallcharities that would otherwise not have the opportunity to access a similar setting.In 2011 The Bulldog Trust launched the Winter Exhibition Programme at Two Temple Place.The primary aims of the Winter Exhibition Programme are to combine the chance for thepublic to see the magnificent interior of Two Temple Place, with the opportunity to showcasecollections from outside London and support emerging curatorial talent. The Trust hasalready welcomed over 90,000 visitors to its first two shows,
William Morris: Story, Memory, Myth
(Oct 2011
Jan 2012) hosted in partnership with the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, recently followed by the equally successful
 Amongst Heroes: the artist inworking Cornwall 
(Jan
 April 2013) with The Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro.Each exhibition includes a complimentary series of exciting events and workshops as westrive to welcome new audiences. Two Temple Place also hosts an extremely successfuleducation outreach programme which we intend to develop further with each exhibition, welcoming schools from all over London.Following the success of the first two exhibitions and their associated events and educationprogrammes, The Bulldog Trust wants to continue to build on the momentum that recentactivities have generated while ensuring that the Winter Exhibition Programme remainsfully integrated with its overall charitable aims. The role of the Programme Coordinator will be key to supporting the senior management team as they develop innovative partnerships toenhance the Trust's work and increase the sustainability and efficiency of the WinterExhibition Programme to enable the Trust to maintain its policy of free admission.The Programme Coordinator will support the Head of Programme in the furtherdevelopment and implementation of plans designed to increase the charitable use andcharitable impact of Two Temple Place. These plans include extending a Fellowshipprogramme and potentially developing a year round charitable events programme.The next exhibition to open in January 2014 is being planned with the University of Cambridge Museums and will centre on the theme
of
D
iscovery”.
Details are currently  being finalised.
 
 About The Bulldog Trust
The Bulldog Trust was founded in 1983, to act as a catalyst for charitable initiatives. Although a small organisation, with limited financial resources, we pride ourselves on ourcreativity and flexibility in designing our programmes, gifts and support to maximise thecharity impact. Our donations are structured to unlock other resources, address fundinggaps, transform organisations by providing assistance at critical moments or simply enablecharities to try out new ideas. We also offer more than just financial support by guiding andmentoring individuals with a charitable vision as they make their dream a reality.
 About The Role
The Bulldog Trust are looking for a Programme Coordinator to develop the supportingevents programme surrounding exhibitions and assist with the development and day-to-day delivery of the charitable programme within the building. The Programme Coordinator isalso required to manage the day to day running of the gallery when open to the public. Therole will report to the Head of Programme.Programme CoordinatorResponsibilities will include:
 
 
Management of the creative process and implementation of the exhibition eventsseason
 
Manage the delivery of the events programme with assistance from the events intern.
 
Support charities with the delivery of charity events at Two Temple Place out of exhibition time.
 
Managing the Two Temple Place „Friends Scheme‟ and associated events
 
 
Coordinate elements of the events budgets
 
Managing the day to day running of the gallery 
 
Managing volunteers
 
Contributing to excellent visitor service
 
Helping with enquiries to the office, by post/email/phoneThe suitable candidate will be able to show: A broad enthusiasm, knowledge and keen interest in museums and galleries.The candidate will be:
 
Educated to degree level
 
Personable, friendly and confident
 
Enthusiastic, hard working and fun
 
Self-motivated
 
Highly organized with an eye for detail
 
Easily able to manage workloads, prioritise and meet deadlines
 
Flexible and adaptable
 
Efficient
 
 Able to show initiative
 
Keen to learn
 
 A creative thinker

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