Coordinator/Project Manager

  • VO80313
  • Board/trustee role


Description

We are a team of volunteers based in and around Aberdeen responsible for Pushing Out the Boat, North-East Scotland’s magazine of new writing and the visual arts.

The Coordinator/Project Manager role involves project management of both team and the tasks needed to produce our regular magazine.

You would be joining us along with our new editor in time to help manage an entire production cycle from the commitment to go ahead through to publication and launch of a new edition.

You would assign and coordinate tasks with team members, compile a schedule of tasks critical to the agreed timetable, and ensure those tasks are completed timeously.

We are a registered charity (Registered No. SC044919) and you would become a member of our managing committee.

While an interest in the arts would be a bonus, experience in coordination and project management are more important to fulfil this role successfully.

We are a friendly group and the work of the editor and coordinator/project manager is supported by a wider team at and between regular committee meetings.

For more details please contact Roger White, PR Manager at email: pr@pushingouttheboat.co.uk or tel: 07925 822489.

You can read more about us on our website at www.pushingouttheboat.co.uk

Organisation aims and objectives

Pushing Out the Boat is North-East Scotland's Magazine of New Writing. A successful, expanding publication, produced annually, featuring short stories, poems and visual arts that look to the wider world, drawing contributions locally, and from both within and beyond our Scottish borders. The magazine is sold in outlets throughout the city and shire, also online, and is run entirely by volunteers. You can read more about us and see samples of recent editions on our website www.pushingouttheboat.co.uk.

Restrictions

Experience required: •Computer literacy. •Ability to manage projects. •Ability to work both alone and as a team member. •Confident self-starter able to make decisions but know when consultation is necessary. •An interest in literature and visual art.
Travel details: Most of the work for the role can be carried out at home by computer using our existing software systems. Team members are based in and around Aberdeen. Our committee meets 7-8 times per year usually in a centrally-located member’s home, currently in Ferryhill. There are other occasional meetings in and around the City, for example evening readings and the launch event for the magazine. We make our own way to meetings, sometimes car-sharing.

Support

Training details: Good support provided to all volunteers. There would be a phased handover to include induction and training from our retiring coordinator/project manager. Wider support would come from fellow committee members including our webmaster and secretary.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

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