Deadline for applications: *deadline extended* Monday 1 November 2021, 12 noon (12pm GMT)
Salary: £21,000 pro rata, 2 years fixed-term
Part-time: 0.6FTE increasing to 0.8FTE in April 2021 (we are open to discussing options for remote/flexible working in the initial months)
Based on site at SSW in Lumsden, Aberdeenshire (relocation support, including 3 months’ accommodation available)
Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) is looking for an Admin & Accounts Assistant. This is an integral role within the day-to-day workings of SSW, responsible for the provision of robust accounting and administration, working with the Office and Finance Manager. The Admin & Accounts Assistant will be the first point of contact at reception and will provide broad administrative support for an efficient and connected workplace.
For this role, we are seeking someone with experience of working with accounts and administration. This could be in a previous role, or through self-employment or voluntary positions, and does not need to be within the arts. The successful candidate will be skilled, conscientious and reliable, with an interest in supporting SSW’s mission, vision and values.
Please read the job pack for full information about the role and how to apply. Please contact Sara on email@example.com if you have questions about the role, if you have technical difficulties or you have any access requirements that we can support you with in the application process.
Deadline for application: Monday 1 November 2021, 12pm GMT
Notification of interviews: by Wednesday 3 November
Interviews: Monday 8 November
Handover & start date: Wednesday 1 December
We recognise the multiple and intersecting barriers many people experience to accessing jobs in the arts, due to their race and/or ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability and socio-economic background among other identities.
At SSW we are working to address and dismantle these barriers and actively encourage people who are underrepresented within the staff team to apply for jobs at SSW. This includes people who experience racism, those who are disabled and/or neurodivergent, people who are trans, non-binary and/or queer and people from working class / lower socio-economic backgrounds among other underrepresented and oppressed identities. If you would like to find out more about our approach to accessibility and equal opportunities at SSW, please contact Programme and Communications Manager, Jenny on firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to apply
Read the job pack carefully to understand what we are looking for and need to know from your application.
Applications must be made in the form of a letter (max. 800 words) to reflect the skills required for this role. Submit your letter via the online application form here.
Please note we are not inviting CVs. Please use the letter as an opportunity to tell us about any relevant experience to this role.
Support with making your application
Please contact us at SSW if you have any questions about this role, if you have technical difficulties or you have any access requirements that we can support you with in the application process.
If you would like support in thinking about or articulating how your experiences are transferrable or relevant to this role, you can make a time to speak with one of our team who is not involved in the recruitment process. Please email Jenny on email@example.com with your name, phone number and what you would like to discuss and we will arrange a suitable time.
Listen to the job pack: