Scottish Artists Union
t: 0141 559 4999
The Scottish Artists’ Union is the leading representative voice for visual and applied artists in Scotland. We are recruiting a part-time, fixed term Project Manager to oversee the development and implementation of our organisational review.
We welcome applications from candidates who can demonstrate knowledge, experience and enthusiasm for visual and applied arts and a strong commitment to artist’s representation and Trade Union values.
Please apply via email to email@example.com by submitting:
- Cover letter detailing your relevant experience in relation to the responsibilities and person specification outlined in the Job Description (Attached as a downloadable PDF below).
- 2 named references (References will only be contacted following interview)
Closing date: 16th January 2017, 5pm.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
Our organisational review is available here: http://www.sau.org.uk/news/doc/sau-organisational-review-2016-report-by-hack-aye-.pdf
For further details please refer to the Job Spec attached as a downloadable PDF below.
Please note: The SAU office will be closed from Friday 23rd December until Wednesday 4th January. During this period any queries should be sent by email to email@example.com and will be answered as soon as possible, depending on staff availability.
SAU Membership Survey Report 2016
Posted: Thursday, 1st December 2016
The SAU Membership Survey Report 2016 with findings collated by independent researcher, Lorraine Simpson, of The Lines Between, is now available as a Downloadable PDF.
SAU ORGANISATIONAL REVIEW 2016 report by Hack Aye
Posted: Tuesday, 8th November 2016
Due to the increase in membership and the current lack of staffing, we realized that the pressures on the SAU executive as a voluntary committee are not sustainable, and that we needed to undertake an Organisational Review in order to make the best decisions about the development of SAU on behalf of the organisation and the membership. We commissioned Jennifer Hunter of Hack Aye to 'HACK SAU' and she presented her findings at this year's AGM at Southblock, Glasgow, in the forma of a powerpoint outlining the issues and her plan for a way forward for the organisation. She has kindly created a version that we can display here on the website, as a downloadable PDF.