Job opportunity: Projects and Tours Assistant at Nevis Ensemble

19 May 2022


Nevis Ensemble is looking for a creative, enthusiastic and dynamic individual to take on the new role of Projects and Tours Assistant to help deliver our annual programme of activity.

As with all arts organisations, 2020/21 has brought many challenges for Nevis Ensemble as the organisation adapts to life amid the pandemic – artistically, logistically and financially. Still a young organisation, Nevis is looking for an ambitious, motivated individual who can help the charity not only to survive, but thrive, as we go through an expanded level of activity in 2022 and beyond.

The role is 0.8 (four days per week), with a salary of £20,000 (£16,000 pro rata).

You can see the full Job Description on the website here:
To apply, send a current CV along with a covering letter detailing your suitability for the role to

Nevis Ensemble is committed to the promotion of an inclusive and diverse working environment and we want to ensure that the organisation reflects the communities in which it works. We therefore especially welcome applications from individuals who are LGBTQI+, D/deaf, disabled, and/or from minority ethnic backgrounds. You can see our Policy for the Promotion of Equality and Diversity on our website.

Once you have applied, we would ask that you complete our anonymous Equalities Monitoring survey at the link on the website. The information and data collected will only be used for internal monitoring, is completely anonymous, and will not be shared with third parties. Please only complete questions you feel comfortable answering.

If you have any questions about the role or the application process, please feel free to get in touch for an informal conversation with Nevis Ensemble Chief Executive Jamie Munn at

Deadline for Applications: Monday 30 May 2022 at 12pm
Interviews: week beginning Monday 13 June 2022

Location: Glasgow City

For further information, please contact or visit

The deadline is Monday 30 May 2022 at 12:00.


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