The British Council in Indonesia is recruiting for the post of Arts Programme Officer

The British Council in Indonesia
is recruiting for the post of :
Arts Programme Officer
1 (one)
position, 1 year contract – renewable – Jakarta

 
Purpose of job:
The job holder is responsible for
delivering administration support directly to the Arts team. The individual
will work with
the team, the Indonesian arts sector (taken
to include theatre, dance, music, visual arts,
architecture, design, fashion, literature, film and creative economy
), colleagues in the UK and the british arts
sector to effectively administer arts programmes and partnerships.
 
Context
and environment:
(e.g. dept description,
region description, organogram)

 
The British Council has a
long-standing reputation in Indonesia as a well-respected cultural relations
organisation, creating opportunities and building relationships between
Indonesia and the UK in the areas of three main Strategic Business Units
(SBU); Education and Society, Arts, and English.
 
The Arts programme encompasses artistic presentation, professional
development, policy dialogues, digital engagement, creative education and
more.   The focus is on the experience
of artistic work to enable new ways of connecting with and seeing each other
through the arts.
 
Accountabilities,
responsibilities and main duties:

 

  • Arts
    Project and Team Administration

                The Programme Officer will
administer projects effectively, co-ordinate project suppliers and resources

  • Arts Projects Evaluation

                The programme officer will
liaise with colleagues and external partners.

  • Marketing and Communications –
    stakeholder, professional and public
    The
    Programme Officer will support delivery of communications through digital and
    traditional channels.
  • Cross-department, regional and country
    projects 
    Throughout the year the
    programme officer will be involved in at least one cross departmental
    project and will engage with country priorities such as coordination of
    international visits, joint projects with Education, Society and English.
  •  Professional development Agree own personal development
    plan with Line Manager and review it twice a year.

 
KEY
RELATIONSHIPS :

·        
Internal
Art form colleagues in UK, colleagues in Education,
English, marketing and events, EA Regional arts team, Regional Arts Lead,
Country Director.
·        
External
Government: Ministries
of Trade, Culture and Creative Economy, National and Provinical Ministerial
contacts, City Governments and Governors
Arts: Directors and
Senior staff of arts organisations, arts companies, museum and gallery
directors, curators, festival directors, cultural editors,senior staff at
professional institutes, arts councils, instititues and universities and
leading artists and cultural figures.
Other: Suppliers, Media, Corporate, NGOs, development
organisations, suppliers and vendors
 

 
Applicants who do not
meet these requirements will not be short-listed for interview
To apply, please visit :           

       
Closing date for receipt of applications is by 23:59 UK time on Wednesday 25th May 2016.
It is essential that candidates use the application form provided on our
website. The British Council does not accept CVs in place of the completed
application form and it is unable to respond to telephone enquiries.
 
The
British Council

is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and welcomes applicants from
all sections of the community.
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                        
 
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