Head of Knowledge Bank vacancy at Arts Marketing Association (AMA)

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    The AMA (Arts Marketing Association) is a dynamic membership organisation at the heart of the arts and cultural sector offering a range of professional development opportunities for those seeking to bring art and audiences together. We have over 1,700 members from across all art forms (theatres, galleries, museums, touring companies etc.).

    These are incredibly exciting times for the AMA. We have a new business plan, ambitious strategies for growth, and three-year project funding via Arts Council England’s Audience Focus fund.

    We are seeking to appoint a senior management team including a Head of Knowledge Bank to help us develop and deliver our bold and innovative new plans.

    This role will lead on the development, launch and expansion of a new digital service for the sector – an online knowledge bank of best practice resources.

    We are looking for someone with experience of successfully managing a significant digital project/s. You will have strong marketing and audience development knowledge and will be confident working with key industry decision makers. You will be enthusiastic about raising best practice within arts marketing and will be keen to take the initiative in driving this project forwards.

    This is a full-time post based in Cambridge.
    Fixed initially for three years with the possibility of extension.

    For a copy of the information pack, including a full job description and application form, please go to the AMA website at http://www.a-m-a.co.uk.

    Please do not send a CV. No agencies please.

    Deadline for applications: 5pm, Monday 16th April

    Supported by ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND via the Audience Focus strategic fund

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