Abair/Samaa, intercultural choral performance at Bealtaine Festival 2019.

Age & Opportunity is recruiting for a part-time Arts Programme Administrator. Candidates should have a minimum of one to two years’ administration experience in an arts-related field, a knowledge of Ireland’s arts and culture environment, policies and structures, and a relevant third level qualification in an arts-related field.

Age & Opportunity is the leading national development organisation improving the quality of life of older people. Age & Opportunity Arts is a dedicated arts and culture programme running throughout the year in local communities around Ireland. Creative initiatives include the annual Bealtaine Festival which takes place throughout the month of May, Cultural Companions which creates local networks of like-minded people interested in arts and culture who will accompany each other to cultural events, and the artist in residence in care settings programme.

Job description
The Arts Programme Administrator is a part-time position (22.5 hours over a five-day week), with a salary of €28,000 pro rata. It will include a mixture of remote working and in-person at the Age & Opportunity offices in Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9.

A full job description and person specification is available to download at:
Arts Programme Administrator – Job Description

How to apply
Application details can be found here.
Deadline for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Monday 23 May 2022.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 1 June via Zoom.

Age & Opportunity is an equal opportunities employer.



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