Helium Arts is seeking a Hospital Programme Coordinator (part-time)
Helium Arts is seeking a motivated, experienced and highly organised person to fulfil the role of Hospital Programme Coordinator for our national programme.
The role of Hospital Programme Coordinator is to support the administration and project management of Helium Arts national Creative Health Hub programme, with a focus on the Hospital Outpatients activities, reporting to the Programme and Operations Manager.
The Hospital Programme Coordinator will be flexible and capable of managing competing priorities within their workload and will have a robust knowledge of children’s participatory and collaborative arts practices. An understanding of arts and health is highly desirable. This role will provide support in coordinating, liaising, and communicating with the creative team and partners including lead employed artists as well as hospital partners (clinical staff and management) to ensure smooth delivery of the programme on the ground as well as ongoing development.
A key focus of the role is to support communication, understanding, and a community of support between healthcare stakeholders and the creative team.
This is a part-time role. It is a two day a week position and can be delivered remotely with in-person monthly meetings in the office in Mullingar or Dublin. Regular travel will be required to Cork, Limerick, Galway, Sligo, Castlebar, Kerry, and Dublin hospital sites.
HOW TO APPLY
Please contact Jemma Curran, Administrator, through email@example.com to request the full job description and application process. Please put “Hospital Programme Coordinator” in the subject line.
Deadline for applications: Wednesday, November 23rd at 5pm
Helium Arts is the national children’s arts and health charity, developing the creativity of children living with lifelong physical conditions through the arts to support their wellbeing including social connections, self-esteem, and sense of agency.
Helium Arts is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourages applications from all sections of the community under all ten grounds as set out in our Equality Commitment & Policy, see www.helium.ie