Our job at Creative England is to make sure that the creative industries continue to thrive, grow even stronger, and continue to lead the way.

We fund, connect, mentor, advocate and collaborate at all levels of the industry, from individuals and small independents to large internationals, creating the right conditions for more success. If this is something you're passionate about and want to work in a fast-paced, creative environment, this could be just the place for you.

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Games & Digital Project Team

This is an exciting time to join Creative England. We are looking for a new Games & Digital project team to work closely with our new commercial and creative Head of Games & Digital.

Our Project team will have world-class organisation skills and will comfortably arrange complex six-month projects to deadline without missing a detail. You will relish the opportunity to review game pitches from developers, Dragon’s Den style, and find the next big thing.

Managing delivery of pioneering programmes of support to the games and digital sector, the successful Project Manager must be a strong communicator, compassionate and organised, with exceptional attention-to-detail whilst our coordinator will be responsible for administering and delivering project activity.

Both roles will ensure procedural compliance, effective administrative procedures and accurate record keeping in line with funding guidelines e.g. European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

This is a real growth opportunity for an experienced Project Manager AND a new entrant Coordinator in the creative sector; you will gain a breadth of experience and work with a small highly motivated team of experts.

If you have a passion for Games & Digital and the skills and aptitude to manage, support and grow then Creative England would like to hear from you!

PROJECT MANAGER SALARY: up to £28,000 dependent on experience

PROJECT COORDINATOR SALARY: £20,000 

CONTRACT: 2 years renewable subject to funding

LOCATION: Greater Manchester, MediaCityUK

DEADLINE: 13th February 2017 (midday)

INTERVIEWS: w/c 20th February 2017

Please view information packs here.

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