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Job: Project Co-ordinator (Admin), Library of Birmingham: GRAIN

Grain: West Midlands Photography Hub and Network, Project Co-ordinator (Admin).  The Library of Birmingham, supported by Arts Council England and working in collaboration with local, national and international partners is creating a hub and network for photography and photographers. This new project, called Grain, will include research and development projects and a range of ambitious high quality opportunities all aimed to strengthen and sustain photography in the region.

The Library of Birmingham holds one of theU K's national collections of photography, comprising some 3.5 million items.

Grain is looking for a freelance and highly organised administrator with an interest in photography and a warm and welcoming manner to join its team.  This new unique opportunity to work with the Library of Birmingham comes at an exciting time of transition and expansion.  The successful candidate must be able to multitask, and possess excellent administrative skills.

For a full job description contact: nicola.shipley@tesco.net

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Contract and Fee

You will be required to enter into a contract with the Library of Birmingham for this post.

You will be paid on a freelance basis on receipt of invoices.

You will be required to work from a home office as well as from the project office at the Central Library / Library of Birmingham.

Fee:  £150 per day x 95 days over a 2 year period, including all expenses.

Application procedure

Please enquire for a full job description.  Applications should include:

-       A full cv listing relevant knowledge, skills and experience

-       A 2 page (A4) proposal outlining your interest in this position

-       Names and contact details of 2 referees.

To be received no later than mid-day, 8th February  2013.

      

Interviews will take place on 14th February 2013. 

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