Job details:
Liverpool Biennial
Expiring Date: 06 September 2019
Date: 03 July 2019
Sector: Visual Arts
Function: HR/Training/Organization
Contract: Full Time
Salary: Not provided
Place of work: United Kingdom (Liverpool)
Liverpool Biennial

Job Description



Thank you for your interest in the role of Trustee of Liverpool Biennial, which is a national portfolio organisation of Arts Council England. Please find attached a description of the role and responsibilities involved, together with some background information about the Biennial. 


The position is unpaid, although reasonable travel and other expenses will be reimbursed. The time commitment involved is usually equivalent to one full day per month, although more may be required from time to time. This comprises four Board meetings per year, plus other sub-committee meetings (usually held quarterly), an annual general meeting, time to study papers, periodic meetings with the Director and other staff, and Biennial opening and other events. Meetings will be held in both London and Liverpool.


We hope that you feel that you have the vision, drive and skills to contribute to the success of Liverpool Biennial and are looking forward to hearing from you.


If you would like to apply you should include:


  • A letter of application identifying your relevant skills and experience and how you feel they will benefit Liverpool Biennial, including details on recent board appointments;
  • A full curriculum vitae identifying your main achievements to date;
  • The names and full contact details of two referees. We will request references only with your prior agreement if you are invited to and confirm attendance at interview.


It would be helpful if you could complete a separate Equality Monitoring Questionnaire to enable us to monitor the effectiveness of our selection policy and processes, and ensure that our recruitment is reaching an optimally diverse audience. The form is located on the website, alongside this job information pack. The information you provide will also help us identify any barriers to fair and diverse selection. Your answers will be treated in confidence and used for statistical monitoring purposes only and will not be seen by the Appointment Committee.


You should send your complete application and monitoring form to Jane Howard, at [email protected] by the closing date of Friday 6 September 2019. You should send the monitoring form as a separate document to your main application in order to ensure that once downloaded it remains entirely anonymous.


A committee of the Board will review applications and invite a short-list of applicants to interview. Interviews will take place in Liverpool in the week commencing 16 September 2019. Reasonable travel expenses will be paid.


If you have any queries about the recruitment process or application submission you can contact me on +44 (0)7736 646 623.




We look forward to hearing from you.





Jane Howard

HR Consultant to Liverpool Biennial


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