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Vacancies at OPLC: Art & Culture Programme Manager and Art & Culture Team Adminstrator. Closing date – Friday 8 July 2011

Olympic Park Legacy Company – Arts and Culture Programme Manager

To deliver a coordinated approach to arts and culture for the London 2012 Games and ensure a high quality cultural offer is embedded into the ambition for the Park in legacy. Since the development of London’s bid to host the London 2012 Games to the construction of the Park, the integration of arts and culture has been a significant part of the development and progress towards hosting the Games and delivering a positive legacy from them. As the Olympic Park Legacy Company moves into a year of preparation to take over the transformation of the Park after the Games, it is vital to continue the arts and culture work undertaken by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and to enhance the artistic and cultural offer of the Park. The Arts and Culture Programme Manager will champion high quality arts and culture within and immediately around the Olympic Park in transformation and legacy, and ensure the high quality delivery of the ambitions of the future Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Arts and Culture Team Administrator

To provide broad based administration and secretarial support that will facilitate the efficient operation of both our Arts and Culture team and The Legacy List team. The Team Administrator will provide relevant administrative support including: creating and updating system records; coordinating diaries; organising internal and external meetings; events and workshops as required; booking venues and refreshments; coordinating routine and ad hoc reports; and supplying information to authorised persons as required.

Vacancies at OPLC – Art & Culture Programme Manager and Art & Culture Team Adminstrator  – Closing date: Friday 8 July 2011
http://www.legacycompany.co.uk/about-us/work-with-us/ 


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About jeh

Jeremy Hunt is Director of the AAJ Press (Art & Architecture Journal / Press) – a writer and consultant on art and public space - creator of art projects - writer on art

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