Generations for Change six young producers are looking for an experienced Events Manager / Project Producer to lead and support in the delivery of The Celebration Event, marking the end of their six month action research project. The successful candidate needs to be available from 4th October to 15th November (rates in the job description).
Generations for Change is an exciting 6 months paid development and training opportunity for young people from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic backgrounds who are aged between 18 – 30 years and who are resident in the Liverpool City Region.
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) in partnership with Curious Minds, are working with a range of brilliant cultural and creative organisations based in and outside of the City Region who are hosting and providing 1-1 support, mentoring and creative skills development for the participants.
Cultural Partners: Capoeira for All, Liverpool Arab Arts Festival, Liverpool World Centre, MAKE Liverpool / Hamilton Square and Writing on the Wall.
The project started in May 2021 and is providing 6 young people the opportunity to train, equip and upskill to deliver a series of creative action research projects focusing on the key issues and inequalities faced by Black, Asian and other diverse Ethnic groups in the Liverpool City Region.
Young Producers are currently shaping how they will work and find solutions to improve racial equality.
We are now seeking to appoint an experienced Events Manager/Project Producer(s) to lead and support the young producers to organise and deliver a celebration event that will showcase their experiences, research findings and creative response.
You will operate as the single point of contact and lead for ensuring the celebration event takes place on time and within budget.
It’s essential that the young producers are at the heart of the planning and delivery and they can build a range of production and event management skills. The appointed Events Manager/Project Producer(s) will be skilled in capturing the expectations and aspirations of the young producers and enable them to realise their vision for platforming and sharing their creative outputs to diverse audiences.
It might be the young peoples choice to exhibit their own creative outputs during w/c 8th November, this will need to be factored into the project timeline and schedule.
The deadline for applications is 10am on Wednesday 29 September
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