Job Opportunity: glór Seeks a Director
glór is an ambitious arts centre of excellence located in the heart of Ennis, County Clare. In addition to hosting a substantial programme of local, national and international performances, events and visual arts, glór supports artists in a range of ways, and it facilitates the development of new work that reflects and responds to the creative landscape of Clare. glór is now seeking to recruit a Director, who will lead the organisation with passion, imagination, and dedication in the next phase of its development and artistic achievement.
Closing Date: 12 noon on Monday, 5 December 2022.
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The Director will be responsible for ensuring that the centre achieves its artistic, audience and financial objectives. They will provide leadership of glór’s artistic programme and will create a programme of performing arts and visual arts with a diverse range of partners.
Experience in strategy development and financial management skills are essential. The ideal candidate will demonstrate exceptional leadership, relationship management and communication skills, and have a proven track record of advocacy and promotion.
If you have the experience, talent, and commitment to balance the artistic and programmatic elements of this role with the managerial demands of running a leading arts centre, this could be the role for you!
Please email email@example.com for the full job description, candidate information pack, and application details for this role. Please use ‘glór– Director’ as the subject of your email.
The recruitment campaign for the role of Director is being managed exclusively on behalf of glór by non-profit specialist recruitment consultancy CCI Executive Search.
Salary: €65,000 – €70,000
Contract: Initial five-year contract with a six-month probation period
Location: Ennis, Co. Clare
glór is a multi-disciplinary arts centre located in the heart of Ennis, Co Clare, housing a 505-seat theatre, a 60 seat Studio, a gallery, a large public foyer, a café and a bar. In addition to hosting a substantial programme of local, national and international performances, events and visual arts, glór supports artists in a range of ways, and it facilitates the development of new work that reflects and responds to the creative landscape of Clare. Whilst glór has a particular interest in and focus on the traditional arts, its programme reflects a wide variety of artforms and thrives on connectivity, diversity and accessibility. Now in its 21st year, glór is an ambitious arts centre of excellence.