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Thursday, April 24, 2014

CEO wanted for Youth Theatre Arts Scotland

CEO, Youth Theatre Arts Scotland
Up to £35,000 (subject to experience)                                                                                                                      
Application deadline: Monday 12 May 2014, 5:00pm 
This post offers a dynamic and ambitious individual the opportunity to lead an established, forward-thinking and professional youth arts organisation with a national and international profile.

With the recent launch of 
Time to Shine, the Scottish Government’s first ever National Youth Arts Strategy, there has never been a more appealing or rewarding time to be working in Scotland’s youth arts sector. This strategy, along with our rebrand in 2013 and a redefined focus of our own strategic direction, brings increased relevance and value to our work. You will therefore be joining Youth Theatre Arts Scotland at a time of exciting and positive change.
You will be passionate about the transformative powers of youth arts, confident in your ability to lead an organisation at the vanguard of a thriving and vibrant sector, and willing to roll up your sleeves to make a hands-on contribution to its work.

As CEO you will:
·         be responsible for the overall leadership of Youth Theatre Arts Scotland
·         develop and implement the strategic direction of the organisation, managing all financial and operational activity; and
·         play an important hands-on role in programme delivery.
The CEO is responsible to Youth Theatre Arts Scotland’s Board of Directors and line manages a core staff team of three and temporary project teams of varying sizes.
Download a Recruitment Pack and Application Form from:

For an informal chat about the post please call Ben JeffriesChair, Youth Theatre Arts Scotland on 0131 248 4847.

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