Vital North Partnership Development Manager
£24,487-£30,146 pro rata
Subject to skills and experience; plus pension benefits

22.5 hours per week (0.6 FTE)
FIXED TERM TO 31 JULY 2022

Seven Stories and Newcastle University are seeking a dynamic individual to develop and manage joint projects and secure funding for future activity.
The Vital North Partnership (VNP) between Seven Stories, Newcastle University and Newcastle City Council is jointly funded by Arts Council England and Newcastle University.

The VNP draws on world-leading research at Newcastle University and Seven Stories’ unique assets, expertise and creative practice to deliver increased social impact, tackle injustice and contribute to a more equal society.

The VNP Development Manager will play a key role in delivery of the current programme and in securing resources to extend activity beyond 2022.  The successful candidate will share our ambitions and values and will have a track record in project management and fundraising from a variety of sources. 

To reflect our commitment to safeguarding children, all employees working for Seven Stories are required to be checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service. 

For details contact jobs@sevenstories.org.uk

Deadline for applications: Monday 23 November 10am
Interviews: Tuesday 15 December

If you have not heard by Wednesday 9 December your application has been unsuccessful.

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Seven Stories is committed to safeguarding children and is working towards equality and diversity in its policies and procedures.
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Digital Producer
£24,487-£30,146 pro rata
Subject to skills and experience; plus pension benefits

30 hours per week (0.8 FTE)

Seven Stories is seeking a dynamic and experienced creative professional to produce a digital creative programme that drives audience engagement with Seven Stories practice and children’s books.

This is a new role at Seven Stories, created to expand upon our award-winning activity for children and young people, families and schools. This post will deliver audio video and digital work that is accessible online and in-person, supporting our regional and national-facing activities.  

The Digital Producer role will combine making with production. The post will lead collaborations with both Seven Stories creative and collections teams, and external contributors (artists, authors and illustrators). The role make work that builds our reach and impact, and that is aligned with our vision for children’s books and young people. 

To reflect our commitment to safeguarding children, all employees working for Seven Stories are required to be checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service. 

We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are currently under represented within Seven Stories. 

For details contact jobs@sevenstories.org.uk

Deadline for applications: Monday 30 November at 5pm
Interviews: 9 and 10 December 

If you have not heard by Monday 7 December your application has been unsuccessful.

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