The Alternative Economies Manager is a new community-facing finance and development role at ATLAS Arts. We are looking for someone with experience of financial management and fundraising, who is interested in doing things a little differently.
The post offers flexible and remote working. Working hours and job share are also negotiable.
If you think you might have the experience to apply for this role, but are feeling unsure, don’t hesitate to contact Ainslie Roddick (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an informal discussion and to find out more.
Application Deadline: 10 August 2021, 10am
Interviews: 18 August 2021, Portree (zoom can be offered)
This is a community-focused fundraising, development and financial planning role. Working closely with the rest of the team, the remit of the role is to redevelop and maintain the financial and management structure of ATLAS Arts and to lead on income generation and fundraising for the organisation. The role will support fair, environmentally conscious and sustainable work across these areas.
The ideal candidate will have a solid background in financial and/or business management, and a good track record in fundraising for non-profit organisations. The candidate should have a good knowledge of Skye and Lochalsh and/or the Highlands context, with an open mind towards developing working practices that reflect a fairer cultural economy.
All information on the role and how to apply can be found in the recruitment pack below.
This is an exciting new post at ATLAS Arts. We encourage anyone to apply who feels they have good financial management and fundraising experience. Support will be given to develop all other aims of the post.
We would prefer to receive applications via email, and they should be sent to Katharine Barrington at email@example.com