Opportunities

CURRENT

Artlink Hull is Recruiting New Board Members

Artlink has delivered a significant range of programmes for Hull's momentous year as UK
City of Culture in 2017. Following on from this, we are now developing new, longer term
programmes to build on this success and contribute to the City of Culture legacy, working to
ensure that disadvantage is no barrier to participation in the arts. Furthermore, we are
working to make Artlink more sustainable and impactful through a process of ongoing
organisational development in a range of areas. As part of this we are seeking to recruit new
voluntary members to our Board of Trustees and we are holding an open call for people to apply.

Principal responsibilities in Artlink Hull Board membership:
To help set and monitor the strategic direction of the organisation with the staff team
To uphold the aims and values of Artlink
To regularly attend, prepare for, and fully participate in Board and other meetings,
contributing particular expertise where relevant
To be an ambassador for Artlink, promoting and representing the organisation to other
organisations and contacts
To participate actively in fundraising activity from contributing ideas to making introductions
and pursuing initiatives
To keep informed about cultural and other relevant developments in Hull and further afield
To participate in relevant training and development
To comply with Artlink's Memorandum and Articles of Association, together with our policies
and procedures

Essential attributes for Artlink Hull Board membership:
Understands and supports Artlink's aims and values
A passion for culture and for ensuring that diverse voices are heard in the arts
Reputation in a field of expertise, knowledge or life experience relevant to the needs of the
Charity
Ability to contribute some time to the Board - a minimum of three, two hour meetings per
year and attendance at events as well as reading relevant documentation when provided

Desirable attributes for Artlink Hull Board membership:
Previous experience of Board membership in the public, voluntary or private sector.

In order to ensure we have a diverse, multi-skilled and balanced Board that is relevant to our
aims and needs as a charity, we are currently particularly seeking applications from people
who meet one or more of the following criteria. However we will also consider applications
from people who do not meet these criteria.
People who work/have worked in the business sector within Hull or the wider region
People with experience of senior management in an arts or media organisation
People who identify as being disabled
People with experience of operational, building or health and safety management
People with experience of fundraising for a charity
People who have undertaken community related work within Hull or the wider region

For more information please email admin@artlink.uk.net 

Volunteers

Artlink has many opportunities for volunteers. If you would like to volunteer for Artlink workshops you will need to complete an Artworker application form. When we have received your references, you will be added to our register and will be contacted regarding opportunities. Please make it clear on your application if you only wish to volunteer on projects and do not wish to be offered paid employment. Many of our artworkers are offered volunteer opportunities to help develop their skills. Often, we ask new artworkers to volunteer on a project before they are offered paid employment, so that we can get to know them, where their skills can be best used and how we can best support them in running Artlink workshops.  Volunteer Form

We currently have:

Monday Admin/Gallery 

Saturday Admin/Gallery 

Term Time Workshops & Events

School Holiday Workshops & Events

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