Cultural Education Partnership Manager
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Job Details
Perceval House
14/16 Uxbridge Road
Ealing
W5 2HL
United Kingdom
Job Description

Organisation Name: Ealing Council

Salary Minimum: £36,708 (pro rata)

Salary Maximum: £39,867 (pro rata)

Region: London

Closing Date for Applications: 01 Feb 2021

Ealing Council’s arts and culture service is seeking a dynamic manager to lead on developing and running a new Cultural Education Partnership that will maximise creative opportunities for all children and young people in the London Borough of Ealing.

Fixed term contract for external candidates or secondment opportunity for Ealing Council employees for 18 months


Equivalent of 3 days per week, up to 21 hours per week

Ealing Council’s arts and culture service is seeking to recruit a dynamic manager to lead on developing and running a new Cultural Education Partnership (CEP). You will benefit from  being involved from the start of this exciting programme , that will maximise the opportunity for all children and young people (CYP) in the London Borough of Ealing to have access to high quality creative experiences.


Ensuring that our  CEP will be a catalyst for change, our successful candidate will be highly   motivated and ambitious and  with a passion for arts and culture with experience of  working with children and young people. You will need to be bursting with ideas and know-how; be responsive to the needs of our local arts sector, schools and young people; be able to influence and develop strong partnerships; broker opportunities and resources; develop action plans and have strong management skills.


The successful candidate will have:

Thorough knowledge and practical experience of the creative and digital industries and CYP sectors, particularly around youth voice

Experience of managing complex projects and working at a strategic level to bring diverse partners together

Clear understanding of equality and diversity issues

Highly developed networks and strong communication skills.


Ealing Council is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. Ealing Council follows safer recruitment practices to protect children and vulnerable adults. The post holder will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.