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The Line exists to engage, educate and inspire the public through an outdoor exhibition programme where everyone can enjoy art, nature and heritage for free.

The Line is committed to equality and diversity within our workforce and in all opportunities. Our recruitment process is open to all but we would particularly like to encourage applications from people from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTQ+, those from lower socio-economic backgrounds and those who identify as disabled, as these groups are currently underrepresented in our teams and the cultural sector more widely.

We are currently hiring for a Development Assistant and Trustees.

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Development Assistant

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Job Description


As The Line has expanded, our Development and Finance teams are now requiring additional support. The new role of Development Assistant will help to manage the ongoing management of grants and donations as well as some input into general financial administration for the organisation more broadly. You will be joining The Line at an exciting time as this ambitious public art project develops its exhibition and engagement programmes and manages a diverse range of income streams.

Deadline: Monday 16th October at 9am


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Trustees Recruitment Pack

The Line is looking for three or four new Trustees to strengthen the Board and provide robust succession. We would particularly welcome Trustees with experience in the following areas: 

Finance / commercial; 


Health / wellbeing; and 


Whilst previous charity / Trustee experience will be valuable it is not a pre-requisite for the role. We are more interested in welcoming Trustees with energy, ideas and enthusiasm to help guide and support The Line through the next phase of its development. Relevant training will be provided as required. We actively encourage applications from people of all ages and backgrounds and particularly individuals who live or work locally to the route of The Line. This is an unpaid role, however The Line is happy to reimburse pre-agreed, reasonable domestic travel expenses and childcare costs to support attendance at meetings. 

The appointment is for a three-year term, which can be renewed twice. 

Deadline for applications: 5pm Monday 30th October 

Candidates can expect to be contacted: w/c 20th November 

We will aim to arrange interviews in the week of 4th December. 

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