The role of company administrator is a new position in the company and an opportunity for the position holder to contribute strongly to the development of Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle in Ireland and internationally. This is a part time role at 20 hours per week in a busy membership organisation, and we are seeking a capable individual who is keen to work within a fast growing network. 

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The ISACS network was formed in late 2010 in response to a recognised need for a representative body for this emerging and flourishing area of practice in the arts in Ireland. ISACS exists to increase recognition for Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle artists and companies in Ireland, to build capacity in the sector and to create a strong support structure for these art forms. Over the past five years our membership has grown from 10 to over 100, and continues to grow monthly, clearly demonstrating the need for this umbrella organisation. ISACS is the leading support and advocacy organisation for the development of the Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle Art Forms in Ireland.

Vision: A thriving, sustainable and connected street, circus and spectacle sector in and of Ireland.

Mission: Our mission is to support, encourage and empower the Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle art-forms of Ireland.

Goals: ISACS’ three main goals are –

1. To nurture, support and encourage emerging and established street, circus and spectacle artists and arts organisations as they undertake their journeys towards productive, professional and sustainable careers.

2. To develop opportunities, build partnerships and stimulate exchanges between the ISACS sector and national and international interests.

3. To grow, maintain and represent a strong, respected and cohesive Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle sector in Ireland.


This is an incredibly exciting time to join the ISACS Network as we enter the next phase of our evolution through our new three year Strategic Plan. We also are preparing to host the International Conference FRESH STREET#3 as part of the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture Programme. This event will bring a whole new level of awareness, exposure and profile to these art forms in Ireland. This project gives us an opportunity to create a significant legacy for these art forms, facilitating exponential growth.

We are looking for a highly motivated and capable individual to join our team as a Company Administrator to support the Executive Director in the implementation of the Strategic Plan 2019-2021, and to contribute to a thriving organisation with an ambitious vision for the years ahead.

The Company Administrator will be at the very heart of the Company, facilitating and supporting a smooth working process across all aspects of the organisation. As CA of the ISACS Network, you will be a key member of our team. Your work will greatly enhance and support the well-being of the organisation and will be integral in enabling ISACS to achieve its goals.

The role is a prominent operational role in the growing sector, which offers the right person an opportunity to implement and deliver for the future of these art forms at a key turning point for same. If you share this commitment to the values and ethos of our organisation, and have the leadership skills and experience, we want to hear from you.

How to apply

Please read full job description here.
Please email your CV listing two referees (including phone numbers and email addresses) and cover letter outlining your interest in this role and what skills and experience you would bring to the ISACS Network. Please refer directly to the job description and person specification. Receipt of your application will be confirmed by email and your application will be treated with strictest confidence.

Please submit your application by email to:

Please mark your email: Company Administrator Application

The closing date for applications is: 15th March at 12 noon (Irish time).

Interviews will be held: 22nd March in Wexford town