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Area Co-Ordinators’ Officer

The Co-ordinators’ Officer is in charge of and represents Area Co-ordinators (ACOs)on the Committee and needs the following skills-

• To be a good communicator and efficient organizer and have at least basic
computer skills.
• To have the ability to solve problems, enthuse and encourage others.

Tenure: This post is available from July 2018

An honorarium and expenses are offered.

Interested? Please contact the Committee – info@seos-art.org

A full description of the role can be found below and is also available on our Downloads page.

An Overview

Position
The Co-ordinators’ Officer is in charge of and represents Area Co-ordinators (ACOs)
on the Committee.

Honorarium: £700 per annum in two instalments.

Tenure: This post is available from July 2018

Main Function
• Attend all committee meetings.
• Be ACOs representative and spokesperson on the Committee.
• Pass on and network updates, opportunities and information to ACOS.
• Help with the recruitment of new artists.
• Provide ACOs with contact details of artists in their area from the website database.
• Attend the AGM and give a written/spoken report.

Experience, Facilities and Skills

To be a good communicator and efficient organizer and have at least basic
computer skills.
To have the ability to solve problems, enthuse and encourage others.

Work Pattern

September to January
• Check that ACOS are content to continue with their jobs.
• Recruit new ACOs as necessary.
• Organise two ACO meetings – North and South.
• Encourage ACOs to log in to the Website Admin and monitor which artists are signing in to each area.

February
• Send finalised Contact Detail Lists to ACOs once applications are complete.
• Check ACOs have ordered any extra guides needed from Guide Distribution Officer.

March/April
• Remind ACOs to encourage artists to organise local publicity.
• Monitor the quality of any Trail Maps being produced.
• Manage the ACO local publicity Fund.

May
• Check that ACOs have received their quota of Guides and promotional material and supplied their artists.

June
• Encourage, advise and support ACOs during event.

July
• Attend AGM.

Throughout the year
• Pass on information to ACOs by email.
• Write articles/information for newsletter.
• Gather art information and opportunities.