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The FutureEverything Festival and Conference offer a range of opportunities to get involved, from joining the team as a volunteer, to open calls for artist projects and conference presentations, and a huge range of events, workshops and participatory projects in which you are invited to take part.

Job Vacancies

FutureEverything is currently recruiting for experienced professionals to join its team for the FutureEverything global festival of art, music & ideas and related commissions and projects.

FutureEverything is an award winning, world class organisation using mass participation in creativity and social innovation to bring the future into the present. It has a strong global network and international profile, and is recognised around the world for leading pioneering projects and important international debates. It runs year-round digital innovation projects and an annual festival of art, music and ideas. FutureEverything is a not-for-profit 'Community Interest Company' (CIC).

 

Marketing & Communication Manager

FutureEverything is looking for a dynamic, experienced and creative communications professional, with significant achievements across the cultural and or/corporate sector. This new senior position, intended to make a major contribution to raising the company's profile, is responsible for developing and implementing effective internal and external communications strategies for our programme.

The purpose of this contract is to develop and deliver a marketing strategy and oversee all aspects of marketing management and delivery for FutureEverything including the FutureEverything Festival 2010 and beyond, ECAS, international network of European Festivals and other FutureEverything (FE) year round projects.

You will work with our Artistic Director and General Manager to deliver a strategic marketing strategy for our conference, music strand and international programme of diverse art projects and exhibitions including new commissions, workshops, and social and participatory artworks in unexpected city spaces.  You will also be the international marketing manager for the newly funded ECAS network.

Please send a CV with a cover letter to job62010@futureeverything.org, which responds to the job description and person spec by 27th Sep 2010.

For more information download the Job Description here (PDF 160kb).
We positively welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

 

Chief Executive

FutureEverything will soon be advertising the post of Chief Executive.

Details announced here soon.

 

Volunteering

FutureEverything offers a range of opportunities to join the team and gain experience of staging music, art and technology events.

Long and short term placements are available year round, and during the festival this may include working on marketing, production, artist liaison, front of house, and other areas.

We look for commitment and, above all, a willingness to get involved and get along with artists, audience and the rest of the team to make the festival a great success.

Please think seriously about the level of commitment you could offer before contacting us. Think also about your motivations and interests, to help us find the right opportunity for you.

We positively welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

For information on volunteering opportunities at FutureEverything email volunteers@futuresonic.com

 

Other Job Opportunities

FutureEverything is always on the look out for experienced Marketing Communication Managers, Production Managers and Project Managers for a diverse range of projects throughout the year. If you think you have the skills, interest and experience to work within our team please send a speculative CV to job42010@futureeverything.org.

 

Festival Producer

FutureEverything is looking for an experienced, dynamic Festival Producer for FutureEverything 2011 global festival of art, music & ideas and related commissions and projects.

Fee: circa £18,000

You will have had a least 3 years experience in producing all elements of a festival. You will be a highly motivated and organised individual with strong financial management and budget control systems. You will have human resource skills and understand all elements of producing a festival from fundraising, business development, programming, commissioning, project management, marketing, production, operational logistics and delivery. You will be proficient at working with staff, artists and clients at all levels. An interest in digital art and music would be an advantage.

Please send a CV with a cover letter to job12010@futureeverything.org, which responds to the job description and person spec by 27th Sep 2010.

For more information download the Job Description (PDF 144KB) here.
We positively welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

 

Music Programme Project Manager

THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION FOR THIS POSITION HAS NOW PASSED

FutureEverything has been at the cutting-edge of electronic music for 15 years. We are looking for an individual who can deliver a coherent, dynamic, commercially viable and ground breaking programme of music projects for the festival as well as co-ordinate and manage our role in an international festivals network funded by EU Culture 2007.

You will be managing the relationship with international festivals and bringing international commissions to the festival. You will have an excellent understanding of contemporary national and international cutting edge music that is pushing boundaries within its field or genre, and an historical perspective on contemporary music of all genres is essential. You will have experience programming a diverse line-up, working with agents, labels and directly with artists and bands. You will have excellent contacts within the Manchester music landscape with strong relationships with key promoters, venues and events. You will also have experience creating programme schedules, writing copy, blogging and marketing the programme by acting as spokesperson. You will also be expected to work with public performers and producers, develop partnerships, work on funding bids.

Please send a CV with a cover letter job22010@futureeverything.org, which responds to the job description and person spec by 5th Sep 2010.

For more information download the Job Description here (PDF 152kb).
We positively welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

 

Conference Programme Project Manager

FutureEverything is looking for an experienced and creative Conference Programme Project Manager to work with the Director in delivering a coherent, dynamic, commercially viable and ground breaking programme.

The FutureEverything conference is at the heart of the award winning FutureEverything festival. It presents astonishing talks and visionary people in a global conversation on bringing the future into the present. Our internationally acclaimed conference is the crucible that explores the interface between technology, society and culture. FutureEverything also presents workshops and seminars year-round in both creative and commercial contexts. Recent themes include open data, networked cities, remote collaboration, new mobilities and environmental mass participation.

You will programme, manage and deliver the conference, seminar and workshop programme and will project manage the conference as a part of the FutureEverything festival. Opportunities also exist for additional work on year-round projects including a series of industry workshops.

Working to the Artistic Director and international advisors you will have an excellent understanding of digital technologies and digital culture, as well as of related industries, the role of technology in today’s society, and of social issues such as sustainability, free and open source culture, etc. You will be fluent in speaking to business, art, technology sectors; comfortable networking across commercial and creative fields, and have excellent contacts. You will have experience creating programme schedules, writing copy, blogging and marketing the programme by acting as spokesperson. You will also be expected to develop partnerships and work on funding bids.

Please send a CV with a cover letter to job52010@futureeverything.org, which responds to the job description and person spec by 27th Sep 2010.

For more information download the Job Description here (PDF 152kb).

We positively welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

 
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