The International Co-ordinator supports the effective delivery of Wales Arts International’s activities, its projects and services. This includes the development of international information services, co-ordination of communication, correspondence and appointments. It also involves the planning, organisation and administration of internal and external meetings, events and conferences and participation in delivering frontline contact work with sectors in Wales and in international contexts.

The primary focus of this specific role is to provide a high quality administrative and support service to Arts Infopoint UK. It will work alongside the Arts Infopoint UK Officer, Arts Infopoint UK partners and the Wales Arts International team.

Arts Infopoint UK is a pilot initiative to support the arts sector with information on practical issues relating to artist international mobility. Arts Council of Wales’s international agency, Wales Arts International (WAI), is leading the initial phase of the project in partnership with Creative Scotland, Arts Council England, and Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

The post holder will have well developed IT and administrative skills, good communication skills and experience of supporting the organisation of events and dealing with people in events, conferences and other group contexts at an organisational level.  

Our benefits include flexible working hours/pattern, generous holidays and a final salary pension. For further details and an application form, please visit https://arts.wales/news-jobs-opportunities

Closing date:                         12:00pm midday on Monday 22 February 2021

Interviews (via video):         Monday 8 March 2021

Application forms should be sent to HR@arts.wales

Please note, CVs will not be accepted.

Part time, 22.2 hours per week

Fixed term for 12 months

Grade B: Pro rata salary of £14,051 - £15,715 depending on experience (full time equivalent £23,419 - 26,192)

Location: Cardiff

We operate an Equal Opportunities Recruitment Policy and welcome applications from all sections of the community in Welsh or English. However, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, disabled, and transgender individuals are under-represented within the Arts Council’s workforce and as such we would particularly encourage applications from candidates from these under-represented groups. Mentoring or training will be provided to an appointed person from an under-represented group during the induction period, if required.