We are currently recruiting for the roles of Senior Consultant (Participatory Practice, Co-creation and Evaluation), Python & Database Developer, and Research Assistant.

We are currently recruiting several roles across the organisation. You can find role descriptions, job packs and information on how to apply for individual roles below.

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Senior Consultant
Participatory Practice, Co-creation and Evaluation
Full time

You will work with a team of experienced consultants and researchers to deliver projects with and for arts, culture and heritage organisations helping them make steps towards realising their ambitions. You will have specific expertise and leadership in co-creation and participatory practice and evaluation, supporting clients to collaborate with their communities and specific groups, including (but not limited to) young people families, and communities with particular lived experiences.

Senior Consultants are also responsible for building and maintaining external partnerships and supporting senior colleagues with new business generation and writing proposals for winning new work. You will also contribute to our thought leadership; for example by writing blogs, reports and delivering presentations to external audiences as well as developing our own practice as consultants.

Take a look at the job description for further information on this role and how to apply. Feel free to contact Penny Mills, Chief Consulting Officer, for an informal discussion, at penny.mills@theaudienceagency.org

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Deadline for applications: 25 June 2021

Proposed interview dates: w/c 28 June 2021


Research Assistant
Full time

You will provide support in producing research analysis, statistics and insight to help our clients understand more about their audiences with the aim of helping them grow their audiences and businesses.

This role would suit an analytical person who enjoys the rigour of working with data and is motivated by making a difference for organisations in the cultural sector. Applicants should have a good understanding of the principles of research and some experience of applying it in a work or academic environment.

The post holder will be encouraged and supported to undertake professional development whilst in the post and will be trained in the specialist product and platform software.

Take a look at the job description for further information on this role and how to apply.

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Deadline for applications: 9 am 5 July 2021

Proposed interview dates: 12/13 July 2021 (with some flexibility)


Python and Database Developer
Full-time or Part-time

At The Audience Agency, we are developing software that will make a real difference to the resilience of the arts and cultural sector, both in the UK and internationally. Our products help organisations to thrive, effectively delivering cultural opportunities for everyone. Our strategy is all about AI-infused big data insights delivered through an intuitive user experience.

Our exciting product roadmap is underway and we’ve already got the biggest cultural engagement dataset in the world, but we need to accelerate as we expand internationally. It involves designing new products and major upgrades to our existing applications. The tech stack itself is still up for grabs. We are currently working with Python and PostgreSQL, JavaScript and Ruby in AWS. But we’re not wedded to that and you don’t need to be a guru in those, because you will be a major influence on our tech stack strategy.

Take a look at the job description for further information on this role and how to apply. You may also contact Leo Sharrock, Product Director if you wish to discuss the role, at the same email address, or by calling +44 (0)20 3780 7260.

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