Our Mission, Vision and Values

Mission
Edinburgh Printmakers provides space, expertise and support for artists to develop their practice, networks and professional experience. We recognise and respond to artists at different stages in their careers, and we value diversity as a driver for artistic excellence and creative risk-taking.

We have a distinctive offer for printmakers and have developed new approaches for both artists and the creative industries, supporting learning, production, presentation and exchange that will have a significant impact on their practice and profile.


Vision
Our vision is to create an international centre with world-class facilities and exceptional models of support for artists where audiences can connect with our work and we can connect with the world. 
 

Values
Edinburgh Printmakers is an arts charity with printmaking at its heart. Core to our work is innovation, resilience, collaboration, diversity, transparency and forward-thinking with an approach that reaches out to inspire and encourage artists, audiences and different communities to engage with us and each other. 



Current vacancies

EP Spaces facilitator

EP Spaces - Provides low cost temporary spaces in locations across Scotland for creative people to use. The post holder will be responsible for maintaining the external relationships, contracts, and the functionality of spaces for artists/creative practitioners, business clients, and other organisations and their stakeholders under the supervision of the Spaces Coordinator.

We are looking for a highly organised self-starter, with excellent administration and communication skills. Resourceful and entrepreneurial in their approach, they will be highly motivated to achieve the aims of the EP Spaces growth strategy. 

Eligibility
Administration experience- Excellent organisation skills, verbal and written communication skills. IT literacy. Ability to work on a number of different projects concurrently and the ability to prioritise and manage competing priorities. An interest in the Arts. Driving licence and own transport desirable.

Salary £20,500, 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday

Application deadline: Midday Monday 16 December 2019
Interview date: Thursday 19 December 2019

Click here to download the full job description.

To apply, please send: 
- Your CV (including your name in the title of the file)
- A cover letter (including your name in the title of the file)
- A completed application form (including your name in the title of the file) - Click here to download it. 
- An equal opportunity form that you can download here (please do not use your name in the file title for the equal opportunity form).