We’re Hiring!

Vacancy: Programme Manager Arts & Health and Special Projects 

Deadline extended! Wednesday 23rd March at 9am

Are you a passionate, creative professional with strong administration, attention to detail and interpersonal skills?  

Are you looking for a role where you can make a real difference? 

If so, we could have the perfect opportunity for you. 

We are looking for a Programme Manager to join our team at Tanio. 

Working in a small team based in Bettws, you will be pivotal in our mission; to offer a range of community arts-based activities to help a diverse range of people develop new skills, confidence and self-esteem through creative self-expression.  

At Tanio, we strive for all community members to have access to inspiring, aspirational and high-quality arts experiences in safe environments. 

Could you join us and help us achieve our mission?  

You’ll be experienced in programme and project management, preferably in a community-based setting, and have plenty of experience working in a facilitative capacity.  

Knowledge of the Welsh arts and health environment and the ability to lead and inspire facilitators, mentors and trainees are must-haves for this role. 

In return we offer the chance to work with a dedicated and passionate team, a competitive salary, flexible hours, and an attractive benefits package including a stakeholder pension scheme. 

Download the job pack for more information. 

Salary: 26K  

To apply for this role please send a CV and covering letter or video to [email protected] by 9am on 16thMarch 2022 explaining why you believe you are suitable for this role.  

Good luck and we look forward to hearing from you. 

Application guidance  

  • Please submit an up to date CV and a letter or video outlining why you are suitable for the role
  • In your covering letter or video when telling us about your main strengths in applying for this post, please address each point in the Person Specification from the job description in turn
  • Any statements that you feel are relevant to the post should be backed up with evidence and examples. Do not use general phrases such as “I have the necessary skills …” or “I am confident I can do the job well”. We need to know how you meet the requirements based on the evidence you provide. If, for example, you tell us that you are a good project manager, tell us why and where you have used these skills before. 
  • You should include details of any current or previous jobs, outlining tasks, responsibilities, and achievements that would be relevant to this post.
  • Experience gained outside paid employment may also be just as important. For example, you may have done voluntary work in the community, or have skills acquired through other interests.
  • Concentrate on relevant information and experience, transferable skills from your home life, voluntary work, past and present employment.
  • Sometimes it may feel like you are stating the obvious but remember that we can only assess the application on the information you give us.
  • If at all possible, please ensure you provide a daytime telephone contact number on your CV. 

Download the job pack for more information.