Irish Aerial Creation Centre: Job Opportunity

As part of a restructuring, the Irish Aerial Creation Centre is now looking to strengthen its capacity by appointing a Director, to lead the team, run the centre, work with our new five year strategic plan and drive forward the company’s Capital Grant project.

The contract is offered on an employed basis, full time, for an initial 12 month contract with the option to extend.

Hours: Contract is for 40 hours per week, subject to negotiation. There will be a requirement to occasionally work some evenings or weekends and where necessary IACC operates a time off in lieu system. There is no overtime. The classes programme usually runs until 8pm so there could be a need to be available within these hours on some occasions.

Place of work: The Director will be based at IACC in Gillogue Office Park, Corbally, Limerick. The role will occasionally require travel around Ireland and internationally to represent the centre. There would be travel expenses and PDs when funding allows.

Probationary period: Six months

The closing date for applications is: Monday 7th June by midnight.

Interviews will take place Tuesday 15th June and second interview to be arranged.

Please send your CV and a covering letter outlining suitability to info@irishaerialcreationcentre.com

For more information visit - https://irishaerialcreationcentre.com/jobs/

ABOUT THE COMPANY:

The Irish Aerial Creation Centre (IACC) is a place for people to unlock their creativity. IACC is Ireland’s National Home for Aerial Arts founded in 2015 and home to Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Company, the founders.

Professional development is supported by the Irish Art Council’s grant through residencies, classes, workshops and performance opportunities. IACC houses the first intensive professional programme for aerialists in the country and is a home for creativity in aerial circus on an international scale. IACC is also partners with Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, offering the only aerial dance courses to third level students in Ireland.

With funding from Limerick City and County Council the IACC is a unique way for individuals, communities and businesses, both local and national to discover talents they didn’t know they had and develop new skills and abilities they never thought they could achieve. Providing a centre of excellence for the creation and education of aerial circus