Grampian Hospitals Art Trust (GHAT) is recruiting a General Manager to be responsible for the operational coordination of GHAT activity.
GHAT is a busy arts in health organisation based within Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Our remit covers all the hospital facilities within NHS Grampian from Stonehaven to Moray. The General Manager will be responsible to the Director and work closely with the GHAT management team who develop innovative and intriguing arts in health projects. This post would suit someone who is highly organised and able to support processes and systems but also likes to have a challenge and to be supporting a cause that really makes a difference to people when they are in hospital.
The General Manager will ensure that the GHAT facilities and core service functions are fit for purpose. As a charity, GHAT is always striving to make a difference and deliver a high quality ‘arts in health’ service for the people within the hospitals of the North East – as general manger you will support us to ensure the charity is professional and business like in our outlook. GHAT is looking for someone who has key skills and knowledge of people, resource and operational management .You will need to be a people person who has the ability to support our diverse team of artists and project managers. You will be an integral part of a working environment that is artistic and interesting with new projects and programmes of work being developed continually.
Working for Grampian Hospitals Art Trust
GHAT is based in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen. Some of the team are based in the office and others work within their project site such as the Artroom Artists. This post will be based in the main GHAT office of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. At present there are 14 staff members with another 10 volunteers who support the delivery of our core programme of activity.
Salary: 0.5 Pro Rata £32,000
A panel consisting of key members of the GHAT team will assess the applications. Shortlisted applicants will be asked to attend an interview in Aberdeen during the week of 29th July 2019
Deadline: Sunday 21st July 2019
For further information Sally Thomson (GHAT Director)