The Landscape Institute is seeking four people to help with tercentenary celebrations
Four fixed-term jobs are now available to work on the Capability Brown Festival, the tercentenary celebrations that will take place next year.
The festival, which is being run by the Landscape Institute with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, is looking for the following people:
• A festival director to lead the Capability Brown Festival and deliver the Festival plan as agreed with the Heritage Lottery Fund. See details here.
• A deputy director to deliver the audience development and volunteer programme for the Capability Brown Festival in conjunction with the Festival team, in accordance with the plan agreed with the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), in line with the budget through close working relationships with a range of partners. See details here.
• A research, publications and communications officer who will supervise all Festival publications, liaise with media and work with the PR agency, manage volunteer and paid research projects, and supervise knowledge management of the Festival. See details here.
• A festival administrator to provide initial contact and front-line services to members of the public. See details here.
All jobs will be based in London. The closing date is 31 May.