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Please see below our Missing Persons Coordinator position. There are 5 positions that will work across the Force area - Nottinghamshire.

We are interested in receiving applications from our communities in order to have a diverse workforce.

Support can be obtained by contacting our Positive Action Coordinators Jo Ratchford (07595 008 494) or Abid Hussain (0115 967 2451). 

The new Missing Persons Co-ordinator posts (police staff) are being advertised internally and externally - closing date mid day Thursday 3rd April. Full details can be accessed by clicking on the link below:

http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/job-advert/missing-persons-co-ordinator-%E2%80%93-hqstaf131

Missing Persons Co-ordinator –HQSTAF131

5 positions available

Permanent:  37 hours per weekover a seven day shift pattern (between 7am and 5pm)

Flexible/Part time working options will be considered

Salary range: £21,309 to £23,277plus appropriate weekend working allowances per annum

Based at various locations throughout the Nottinghamshire

We currently have an exciting opportunity to join Nottinghamshire Police with the creation of new Missing Persons Co-ordinator posts across the force.

The Missing Persons Co-ordinators will assist operational officers and staff in the investigation of missing person enquiries and represent Nottinghamshire Police in the multi-agency, problem solving approaches to young / vulnerable frequently missing people.

They will work to ensure compliance with Missing Persons’ national guidance, force procedures and local protocols, thereby promoting best practice and managing risk of harm to vulnerable people.

Candidates should have experience of working directly with vulnerable people and a good knowledge of multi-agency safeguarding approaches. They should have proven experience of developing and maintaining productive relationships in a multi-agency setting.As the co-ordinators will work across various diverse communities in Nottinghamshire, an understanding of both existing and emerging communities would be useful in engaging with missing people and their families.

Candidates should be highly motivated with the ability to manage their own workload in a pressured environment, and be able to gather, assess and summarise key information from a range of sources.

Training regarding the police investigation of missing person cases will be given.

For further information about these posts please contact:

Kate Reece, COMPACT Administrator, on telephone number 101 extension 817 4088 or Lisa Hurst, SEIU Administrator on 101 extension 817 4082

Application details are available on our intranet sitehttp://intranet/Departments/HumanResources/Vacancies/index.shtml

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us at

Hr.resourcing@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

Completed application forms along with the vetting questionnaire should reach Human Resources (Resourcing) Sherwood Lodge, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 8PP by 12.00 midday on Thursday 03 April 2014. Please quote appropriate reference numberHQSTAF131.

Short listing will take place week commencing 07 April 2014

Interviews will take place 07 to 09 May 2014

All applicants will be subject to the Force Vetting Policy.The post holder will be required to work in a confidential environment, with a high level of integrity, and be vetted to Management Level. 

Successful applicants will also be subject to a drug screening conducted by Alere Toxicologyin which samples of hair are collected and analysed to determine whether any substances may be present that could affect the safety, performance or behaviour of that person in the workplace.

Nottinghamshire Police is committed to the principles of Equality, Fairness and Diversity, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community in our efforts to recruit a diverse and flexible workforce that reflects the people we serve.


Kind Regards

Jo

Joanne Ratchford

Positive Action Co-ordinator

HR Strategy and Performance

Force Headquarters

Sherwood Lodge

Arnold

Nottingham

NG5 8PP

Tel no: 101 ext 800 2432

Mobile: 07595 008 494

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Nottingham Women's Centre - Partnership Development Officer

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Executive Director: Bush Theatre

Under the leadership of Madani Younis, the Bush has championed a wide range of voices, forged new national and international partnerships and reached out to local communities. Work has included the Pulitzer Prize winning Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar, Josephine and I by Cush Jumbo and The Herd by Rory Kinnear. The Bush has received a Critics Circle award, the 2013 Groucho Club Maverick Award and an Evening Standard award.

After nearly 40 years in residence over a pub on Shepherd’s Bush Green we moved into the Old Library in Shepherd’s Bush in October 2011. Our new home has a larger capacity auditorium, two rehearsal/performance studios and a welcoming café-bar. It affords the Bush even greater artistic ambition as well as the opportunity to welcome and connect with our local community in new ways. After 2 years in the new building, and with a diverse and eclectic programme of ground-breaking new writing, the Bush is capitalising on the potential of its new space. We continue to realise our artistic ambition, attract larger more diverse audiences and to fully reflect our mission to create theatre for London now.

We’re looking for an exceptional Executive Director to work collaboratively with the Artistic Director to strategically and energetically lead the team at the Bush in its next phase.

The job description, information pack and equal opportunities monitoring form are downloadable below.

Salary: £50,000


Applications are invited by noon on Monday 31 March 2014. Completed applications should be emailed to fmiller@nationaltheatre.org.uk. Enquiries about the role should be directed to Deborah at generalmanager@bushtheatre.co.uk First interviews will be week commencing 28 April.

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Artistic Director: The Model

The Model, home of The Niland Collection, Sligo, is one of Ireland’s most important and innovative contemporary arts centres.  Visual arts are at the core of the ambitious programme, which also includes music, film and an active education and access programme.  The Model houses the Niland Collection, one of the most important national collections of Irish twentieth-century art.

The Model is now looking for a dynamic Artistic Director who will lead the Model into its next phase of development to create a leading arts institution of national and international significance while developing artistic engagement with communities in Sligo

The Artistic Director will define and implement the strategic vision for the organisation and, in collaboration with the Model team will devise and oversee the Model’s programme. They will also be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Model and ensuring that the organisation is run to high professional standards.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record of innovative programming in the visual arts as well as the necessary expertise to lead and manage a dynamic organisation of this nature.

Remuneration will be commensurate with experience

Application are invited, detailing qualifications and experience and should be marked “Director Application”and made to:

Chairperson

Model Arts and Niland Gallery

The Mall

Sligo

chair@themodel.ie

Closing date for applications is Friday 14 March at 5pm.

Commercial Manager: Watts Gallery, Guildford

Watts Gallery is seeking a Commercial Manager to bring in income of over £300,000 annual net surplus and to manage, promote and develop the full scope of trading activities for Watts Gallery Trust. Watts Gallery Trust supports Art for All through an award-winning gallery, a programme of exhibitions and learning, and the Watts Gallery Estate, which houses a Tea Shop, a group catering space, a Shop, a commercial gallery, and toilets. With the recent success of securing a major Heritage Lottery Fund grant, the Trust is offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy an Artists’ village through the restoration of the Watts house, studio and grounds, Limnerslease and through the management of the Watts Chapel.

The Trust depends for a third of its income upon money earned from admissions and trading. This role is crucial for the long-term sustainability of Watts Gallery Trust and its ability to deliver its charitable purpose.

The postholder will be a member of the senior management team, will deliver the annual targets on income, secure more from new sources, and manage the staff in the appropriate commercial areas.

For further information and to see a full job description and person specification, please visit our website at: www.wattsgallery.org.uk/jobs-volunteering/jobs

£45-50k dependent on experience

Applications, including a CV and cover letter giving the names of two referees, should be submitted to Kezia Evans, Executive Assistant to the Director at admin@wattsgallery.org.uk by 12 noon on Friday 19 March 2014.First interviews will be held in Compton on Wednesday 26 March, second interviews will be held on Monday 7 April in the afternoon.

Strategic Music Education Manager: Music Education Hub for Worcestershire

A dynamic and inspirational leader is required to lead and shape the Music Education Hub for Worcestershire, in partnership with schools and other providers, supporting high quality music teaching and learning and ensuring that every child has the chance to take part. 

Do you have the drive, energy, leadership skills and management experience to lead and transform Worcestershire Youth Music into this next phase of its development, ensuring that it can meet the changing demands and needs of the Worcestershire Music Education Hub?  Can you build partnerships with schools, arts organisations and practitioners, with a focus on sustainability and inclusion?  Can you lead more than 90 talented and hard-working staff into this brave new world?  

If appointed, you will be part of the Culture and Community Service of Worcestershire County Council and play a key role in preparing the music service to become an independent organisation, subject to detailed planning and the approval of the County Council.

It is likely that the person appointed will bring not only significant experience in music education but a wider knowledge of the music profession and/or the creative arts sector.

More details here:http://www.wmjobs.co.uk/careers/details.aspx?nPostingId=11520&nPostingTargetId=15892&id=QO0FK026203F3VBQB796GF60U&LG=UK

£49,530.00 - £52,539.00 per annum. Term time only position.

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For the 2014-15 Programme, Extend will support up to 15 mid-career colleagues working in learning and education roles in the arts and cultural sectors. It is envisaged that 9 places will be allocated to candidates working in England, 4 to candidates working in Scotland and 2 to candidates working in Wales. Please note the criteria for eligibility: Applicants based in England and Wales may work in the arts, museums, libraries or heritage. Applicants based in Scotland must work in the creative arts sector Extend 2014-15 is funded by Arts Council England, Creative Scotland and the Arts Council of Wales.

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HR Assistant

http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/blogs/2014/03/new-vacancy-hr-assistant

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Closing Date: 09am, 13 March 2014

Broadcast and New Media Programme Manager

http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/blogs/2014/02/new-vacancy-broadcast-and-new-media-programme-manager/

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For further details and information on how to apply, please click on the relevant link. Please pass this on to any staff who do not have access to Roundhouse email; and anyone you know who may be interested in applying for any of these positions. All current Roundhouse vacancies may be viewed via http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/blogs/

Announcing REMIX Sydney! Global Summit for Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship

May 8-9, 2014, Carriageworks Sydney

REMIX Summit, a partnership with Google, Bloomberg and The Guardian is going global. So if you fancy some sun (and possibly some surfing) as well as all things tech, culture and entrepreneurship then do come and join us and 2,000 creative types in Sydney, Australia on May 8th, 9th 2014 at the amazing new Carriageworks art space.

REMIX Sydney forms part of a unique series of global summits in leading creative capitals exploring the intersection of Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship. REMIX uncovers the big ideas that will shape the future of the booming cultural and creative industries.

Inspirational speakers will reveal the ingredients that are the building blocks of the world's leading creative cities and identify new opportunities for creative entrepreneurs and cultural organisations created by emerging technologies and new consumer trends.

Full details at WWW.REMIXSUMMIT.COM

REMIX is delighted to be partnering with the City of Sydney, the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination New South Wales, Google, Bloomberg, ABC, VICE, British Council, University of New South Wales, The Loop and SBS Studio.