Job Opportunity – Project Coordinator (Culture Against Racism)

Culture Against Racism
Role: Project Coordinator (freelance)
Responsible to: Culture Against Racism Operations Group
Location: Home/remote working or Desk at Dance City (Newcastle)
Fee: £4,800 (This freelance fee is based on two days per week for 16 weeks at a day rate of £150 per day.)
Start date: As soon as possible
Length of contract: 32 days over 16 weeks initially (to extend if future funding is secured)

About Culture Against Racism:
Culture Against Racism is a collaborative network of individuals and organisations committed to creating an anti-racist culture, and creative sector, in the North East of England.

In June 2020, Culture Against Racism emerged when the cultural sector of the North East of England initiated a statement denouncing racism and seeking to bring about a collective change in thinking and action as organisations and individuals. Since this date, over 100 organisations and individuals added their signature to the statement
and are currently in the process of making pledges outlining the steps and actions that they will put in place to bring about real change.

Culture Against Racism has four purposes:
• To centre the experiences of people who experience racism in the cultural and creative sectors in the North East of England
• To create and hold space for members (signatories) to listen, learn, share and develop actions to stop institutional racism
• To support members (signatories) to make a public commitment to taking anti-racist action and to hold each other accountable for these commitments.
• To collaborate in developing resources and examples of best practice to support members to take anti-racist action.

In support of achieving the above aims, Culture Against Racism has held a Town Hall meeting and a series of anti-racist workshops for individuals and cultural organisations and advocating for change with Policy Makers, including Arts Council England. Future activities will include two further Town Halls (including one specifically for individuals who have experienced racism), socials, and pledge workshops.

The Project Coordinator will play a vital role in the day-to-day operations of Culture Against Racism, providing much-needed capacity to enable the Operations Group to focus upon advancing the longer-term strategy and structure of Culture Against Racism.

CAR Project Coordinator Job Description

Equality Monitoring Form 2021 DC

How to Apply:
To be considered for this role, please return the following to
• A CV with a covering letter which highlight your experience and suitability
• A completed monitoring form

Alternatively, you can apply by submitting a video or audio recording answering the questions in the application form.
If you have access requirements and need support with the application process, please contact

Deadline for applications: Monday 14 June 2021 at 5pm

All applications received by the deadline will be considered by a panel consisting of members of the Culture Against Racism Group.

We will notify all applicants of the outcome of their application. However, we will not be able to offer any feedback on unsuccessful applications at this stage.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an interview with members of the Culture Against Racism Operations Group on 21 June. Feedback will be provided to unsuccessful applications at this stage.