Artist Development Administrator


Join Graeae in supporting a bold new initiative to connect artists and venues across the country. We are looking for someone with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills, a passion for new work and a commitment to opening up opportunities for others.


This is a rare opportunity to open the door to valuable resources for Deaf and disabled artists; ensuring independent projects are given the resources they need to thrive.

We are particularly seeking applicants that can demonstrate a commitment to tackling the additional social and cultural barriers Disabled artists face, including racism, homophobia or persecution for some other aspect of their identity.

This post is open to Deaf or disabled people or applicants who have an in-depth understanding and appreciation of access barriers to working in the arts.

Graeae’s offices are in Hoxton, London and you will need to travel to base at least once a month when it is safe to do so. We are particularly open to receiving applications from London, The North, North East, North West or East Midlands as regular travel to those regions will be part of the role.



If you’d like to apply, please download the Recruitment Pack and Equal Ops Form by following this link.

The deadline for receipt of applications is 10am, Thursday 5 November 2020 and we will be recruiting someone to start in early 2021.

Completed applications should be sent to jobs@graeae.org.

If you have any questions, please email jobs@graeae.org or call 0207 613 6900.


£13,200 pro rata (£22,000 FTE)


Part Time, Fixed Term
(3 days per week, 12 month contract)


Artist Development Administrator


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