Applications until February 15
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a private institution whose fundamental purpose is to improve people’s quality of life through art, charity, science, and education. The Foundation operates from its headquarters in Lisbon and delegations in Paris and London.
The Centro de Arte Moderna Gulbenkian (CAM) is an art and culture centre that brings together the largest collection of modern and contemporary Portuguese art to date. With a renovated building and a new extension of the garden, CAM will re-open to the public in 2024 with a mission to enhance the transformative power of art to promote social and individual change.
We are looking for a Programme Manager to join the CAM team. In this role, you will be responsible for developing the 2023-2027 strategy for the young-adult public and ensure its implementation in articulation with CAM’s overall programme, and in coordination with all its areas, combining programming, production and direct work with participants and artists.
Contractual conditions: 2 year fixed-term contract (part-time).
Drawing up the annual work plans for youth programming within the CAM’s strategic line.
Researching, designing and coordinatinge projects aimed at a young public, selecting partners and artists as well as typologies and working models to achieve these projects.
Accompanying and advising on participative projects with young people developed by the various areas of the CAM.
Creating and advising on the process of the first Youth Advisory Council and follow up on the implementation of its recommendations within the CAM.
Producing and managing participatory projects with artists and young people, assisting in their research, design and realisation.
Liaising with the artists, collaborators and participants/public involved in each project during all phases (commissioning, production and realisation).
Supervising and managing the project calendars in coordination with all the teams involved in the process and in liaison with the other programming areas of the CAM.
Supporting the Head of Education, Mediation and Participation in the strategic planning of projects and programming.
Monitoring project budgets in coordination with the area manager and the financial service.
Producing written documentation throughout the projects for their management, recording and communication.
Cooperating with the other work teams, both in the area of education, mediation and participation, and in the other areas of the CAM.
Evaluating and monitoring projects by gathering and processing data from all relevant sources (artists, participants, collaborators, etc.).
Managing relations with the internal and external partners of each project, liaising between them, being the point of contact between them and promoting good, collaborative and networked relations.
Establishing national and international partnerships with cultural institutions and international groups to strengthen the lines of experimentation and research in programming with and for young people.
Being part of the educational team, contributing to the design of annual programming, establishing objectives, developing relationship models with the public, developing and producing educational materials and resources, documenting and evaluating projects, within their scope of work with young people.
Establishing and developing relationships with young artists, schools, youth organisations, NGOs and other institutions that work with young audiences, in order to maintain a knowledge of the field and its players and a close relationship and dialogue with its stakeholders.
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