Mediators will be experts on Liverpool Biennial 2023 exhibitions and the city, responsible for the day-to-day running and forward facing aspects of the festival. They will support the core LB team in some aspects of delivery of the festival programme by completing administrative tasks.
These roles have been designed to offer paid opportunities for those interested in pursuing a career in the arts. Liverpool Biennial are committed to investing in the skills and talent of those who have a commitment to the Liverpool Visual Arts scene.
Mediators will benefit from a 4-week intensive training programme ahead of the festival launch, where they will learn all about the festival, have opportunity to support installation and planning, and develop key skills through accredited training in First Aid, Fire Safety, Unconscious Bias, Evaluation and more.
How to Apply
If you would like to be considered for the role, please send:
• An up-to-date CV or a 3-minute audio or video file telling us the content of your CV
• A supporting statement which addresses why you are interested in the role and how you meet each of the criteria listed within the person specification, giving examples (with hyperlinks to examples if you wish) from your experiences to date from both within and outside of work.
• Contact details for two referees
• Confirmation of whether or not you identify as disabled. As a Disability Confident employer, they will offer an interview to all disabled applicants who fully meet the essential criteria in the person specification
Completed applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date of Midnight on 2 April 2023. Upon receipt of your application, they will send you a link to their equality monitoring form for you to complete and submit online.