Festival producer / Employment

February 10, 2020

Organization Name: NEoN Digital Arts Festival

Organization Location: Dundee

Type: Employment

Fee: Free


NEoN Digital Arts Festival are excited to announce we are recruiting for a Festival Producer to facilitate our annual programme. This includes the management of pop-up events throughout the year and our annual festival in November.

The Producer will work closely with the core team on the development and delivery of the 2020 NEoN Digital Arts festival. Taking a lead on the effective operations of the festival and delivery of all related programme outputs. You will play a vital role in the success of the programme, working closely with the Director, Festival committee, Outreach Coordinator, Festival Communications Coordinator, artists and partners across multiple venues.

12 Month Fixed Term, 35 hours a week, Salary: £24,000. Possibility of additional hours for funded projects with partners in the future. Extended contract subject to funding. A small budget for professional development is available – these will be mutually beneficial and to be agreed with management.

Please submit your CV (no more than 2 pages and including at least two referees) alongside a supporting statement (600 words max) highlighting how your experience meets the skills and experience criteria outlined. As part of your application please supply links to online examples of your previous work relevant to this role. Please also complete and return the equalities monitoring document found on our website.

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 17:00 MONDAY 10 February 2020.
To submit your application or for any queries please contact neon@northeastofnorth.com
Please insert APPLICATION FESTIVAL PRODUCER as the subject.

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email and invited to an interview on the 18 February
2019 in Dundee. Skype interviews will be considered.

The start date is expected to be mid-March 2019. To be agreed by both parties.

NEoN is proud to be supported by Creative Scotland’s RFO programme.


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