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NECC Development Worker

  • Part time
  • £28,706 – £31,541 pro-rata
  • Aberdeen
  • Closing 26th March 2023

  • Advertised from 8th March 2023
  • 21 hrs per week, fixed term to end March 2024 - this could be a fixed term secondment.


Join a Team of Passionate People Transforming Lives Across the North East

No matter what your job is at shmu, everyone’s work is about the same thing – transforming the lives of individuals and communities across North East Scotland. We are looking for an exceptional, passionate individual to join the North East Culture Collective Project Management Team as NECC Development Worker.

The North East Culture Collective (NECC) is a Culture Aberdeen project, funded by Creative Scotland until March 2024, establishing a network of practitioners, organisations, and communities, working together across the North East to create a positive difference in response to Covid-19 and other current challenges (by community we mean a geographic area or an interest group).

The NECC Development Worker will support the work of the NECC co-ordinator across all aspects of the North East Culture Collective (NECC) programme, with specific focus on three key areas: Communication; Evaluation and Monitoring; Training and Events.

The postholder will be a passionate advocate for the role arts and culture can play in society and have some experience of arts administration and communication. They will work with the NECC creative practitioners and project colleagues to:

  • support communication between partners, practitioners, and the public.
  • collect evaluation and monitoring data and gather case studies.
  • plan training, personal development activities and sharing events for Culture Aberdeen, community partners and freelance creative practitioners.
  • gather material for website & social media platforms.

The NECC Development Worker will also contribute to the national Culture Collective programme, ensuring that learning about how the arts can be delivered and the impact arts and culture can make is effectively collated and shared.

Application notes

If you would like to apply for this post, please visit and complete the application form - CVs will not be considered.

Alternatively, please contact Aynsley for an application pack;

Closing date for applications is midnight on 26th March 2023.

Interviews will take place on Thursday 30th March 2023.