The following information is taken from Creative Scotland’s website.
Salary: £26,016 pa plus pension and benefits
Full-time (36 hrs per week), permanent
Creative Scotland is the national development agency for Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries.
We are looking for a Literature Officer to join us and support Creative Scotland’s work in the context of our 10-year Strategic Plan and our Annual Plan. You will be an active member of the Literature team and will assess and make recommendations on a range of funding applications, projects and funding. You will also be expected to lead on a number of different projects and support the wider work of the Literature Team across a variety of different programmes.
The person appointed will work closely with cultural organisations and other key stakeholders to support the delivery of our work in literature and publishing.
Our ideal candidate will have a successful track record of project management and good knowledge of literature and publishing across Scotland. You will have demonstrable experience and knowledge of the literature sector, experience of readership or literature development including experience of working with a wide and diverse range of writers and literature professionals.
You will also be able to demonstrate experience in carrying out detailed assessments of proposals and producing clear reports and recommendations. Experience and understanding of the arts in Scotland, in particular literature and publishing, combined with strong interpersonal skills is essential. Experience of managing evaluation and monitoring processes is desirable but not essential, as is the ability to develop and establish partnerships both at home and abroad, and demonstrate commitment to our core values.
Closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 12 noon on Thursday 7 September 2017.
Interviews will be held in Edinburgh on Tuesday 19 September 2017. If selected for interview you will be expected to be available on this date.
Download an application form and information pack here.Tags: Creative Scotland, Literature Officer