Kulturprinsen is a youth culture development centre working locally, nationally and internationally. As an organisation, we are constantly evolving in response to the changing world around us. Kulturprinsen is an independent institution that works closely with artists, cultural institutions, research and educational environments, schools and day care centres to create ownership and anchor new projects and methods. Based on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, we embed models that strengthen creativity, play, sustainable education and identity in children and young people.
ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED PROJECT MANAGER WHO IS PASSIONATE ABOUT ART, CULTURE AND GOOD CHILDREN'S LIFE?
Kulturprinsen offers a versatile and developing job as of 1 August 2018. As our new Project Manager, you will be leading an upcoming nationwide project based on the new curricula for daycare. You will have the opportunity to be at the forefront of developing a co-creation project that will establish new practices and new knowledge on the issue: How can the good life of children with play, education and new communities be promoted through art, culture and aesthetic processes?
THE JOB INVOLVES
- Project description, application, fundraising and establishment of municipal networks and regional power centres
- Project management, planning, coordination, budget management of a nationwide project with many partners: from children, educators, artists and researchers to administrations, cultural and educational institutions
- Implementation of methods and models in the children's immediate environment based on the wishes of the municipalities
- Involvement of collaborators and project partners, both children and adults.
PRINCE OF CULTURE EXPECTS
- you have solid project management experience with financial responsibility
- you have strong organisational skills and a great overview, can create coherence, understand complex processes and communicate with all kinds of target groups
- you have an understanding of the importance of art, culture, aesthetic processes and sustainable education for a good child life
- you have experience and networks in the field of arts/children and youth/education and research
- be able to engage in a dynamic workflow, alternating between long-term planning and ad hoc tasks, between desk work and project execution, and between team collaboration and own time
- you have good collaboration skills and can act as a bridge builder in establishing networks and partnerships across different disciplines
- you have good communication skills, both oral and written, and experience in fundraising
- you are a good sparring partner both internally and externally and thrive in an open and cheerful manner
- you are flexible and process-oriented and can seize the balls that come flying in from the right
- you have a higher education degree or equivalent qualifications and experience.
SALARY AND RECRUITMENT
Permanent post with an average working week of 37 hours. Start date: 1 August 2018.
Place of employment: Regimentsvej 5B, 8800 Viborg.
Salary as per the current public collective agreement with the Danish Magistrates' Association.
For the 1st interview on 22.6 and the 2nd interview on 25.6, Kulturprinsens Centre Manager, Kulturprinsens Board Chair and Kulturprinsens Staff Representative will be present.
Applications and CVs should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline Monday 18 June at 9.00
For more information, contact:
Ulla Voss Gjesing, Centre Manager, Kulturprinsen
Mail: email@example.com Mobile: + 45 21 29 19 01
Read more about Kulturprinsen at https://kulturprinsen.dk/