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Site & Technical Manager 

Hours: Full time, 37.5 hrs per week. Some evening and weekend working necessary with hours claimed back under Wysing’s TOIL system. 

Working location: Wysing Arts Centre, Fox Road, Bourn, CB23 2TX 

Salary: £25,500 to £27,000 per year (dependent on experience)

Contract: Permanent, subject to review in the first three months 

Reporting to: Deputy Director 

Application deadline: Monday 9th October at 5pm

Please click here for full details of the role and responsibilities.

Please contact us if you need the information in a different format – email info@wysingartscentre.org 

Syllabus Coordinator

The main responsibilities of the Syllabus coordinator are to provide pastoral care, mentoring and central coordination of the programme. This offer of consistent and focused support is enabled by the Freelands Foundation grant and aims to build on the support that has to date been offered by Wysing’s Senior Programme Curator and the annual Artist Advisors.

To find out more, download the recruitment pack here.

Syllabus Artist Advisor

The main responsibilities of the Artist Advisor are to support the cohort of ten Syllabus artists, with programming advice, mentoring and facilitation. The Artist Advisor will work very closely with the Syllabus Coordinator throughout the programme, but will offer a perspective from outside the partner organisations.

To find out more, download the recruitment pack here.

Syllabus Evaluator

We invite proposals for the evaluation of the Syllabus programme. We envisage an Evaluator setting up an overarching framework for evaluation and providing reports at key milestones over the programme’s ten years. We see this role as offering a wider perspective on the programme, informed by sector knowledge, and working in tandem with the detailed perspective of the Syllabus Coordinator. Our aim is for the Evaluator to devise an in-depth evaluation methodology that evidences impact, on participants and the arts sector more widely, over the course of the programme and beyond.

To find out more, download the recruitment pack here.


There is a rolling deadline for expressions of interest, so you can apply at any time.

We are inviting expressions of interests for new Trustees to join us to bring new expertise to our Board and to the organisation as a whole. In particular we are looking for individuals with experience in environmental sustainability and responsibility; commercial income generation; digital marketing and digital production.

For more details and how to apply, click here.