Programme Coordinator

Job Description


Closing Date: 26/09/2021

The Programme Coordinator will work closely within the Culture Team, under the direction of the Senior Programme Manager. They will provide clear and effective coordination and administration support across the Cultural Festival.

They will co-ordinate and deliver programme administration processes and tools across the festival, ensuring they are fit for purpose and provide realistic suggestions to review, evaluate and solve administrative problems with a clear understanding of the needs of the Cultural Programme, it's Producers and wider team.


Provide a key contract for relevant projects & programme activities related to the Culture Programme.
Organise programme meetings, take notes, manage meeting schedules and ensure all materials and information are in place to meet programme delivery timelines.
Play a supporting role to project and programme leads & producers to ensure that all team projects are compliant with OC Health & Safety and Safeguarding requirements.
Support on contract management, invoicing, purchase orders and associated reporting as required.
Support any data collection & analysis as required.

Skills & Experience Required


Fluent in spoken and written English.
At least 5 GCSE's and/ or demonstrable skills in Maths & English.
Strong project planning & reporting skills.
Strong administration & coordination skills.
Strong IT skills in relevant packages - i.e. Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Some prior experience in project coordination & administration in a cultural, educational or charity setting.


Relevant experience in cultural or festival event contexts.

Experience of Birmingham's culture ecology.


6 Brindley Place, Birmingham, B1 2JB

Proposed Start Date: ASAP

Salary: upto 27,500 per annum

This position is subject to a Basic criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Birmingham 2022 is an equal opportunities organisation and Disability Confident employer and we encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities. We have received the Leaders in Diversity award through the National Centre for Diversity. The principles "FREDIE" (Fairness - Respect - Equality - Diversity - Inclusion and Engagement) support our aim of delivering a truly inclusive and accessible games.

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Advertising Date: 08/09/2021

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