We are looking for a Programme Executive to expand our team. If you have a passion for arts and community, enjoy working with people and learning, and are skilled in project execution and management, we want to work with you!

Your key responsibilities would include:

  • Working with a Programme Manager and other team members to co-design, execute, and evaluate new and ongoing programmes
  • Communicating and coordinating with external stakeholders (e.g. artists, community partners, sponsors, designers, education and training institutions etc.) to ensure smooth and successful execution of programmes
  • Writing proposals and reports to gather resources for programmes, and to demonstrate programme outcomes and impact
  • Assist with market research and analysis to determine trends, needs, competitors, and partnering opportunities
  • Promoting programmes to reach the intended audience through multi-channel campaigns, including copywriting and editing
  • Documenting programme developments by photographing, filming, writing meeting notes, and creating programme proceedings for archival, marketing, and advocacy purposes
  • Providing support for online and offline fundraising campaigns and events
  • Administering and coordinating of logistics for programmes, events, and workshops

Applicants should have:

  • Preferably 1-2 years of relevant work experience, though fresh graduates are welcome to apply
  • Training and/or experience in the arts, business management or community engagement/development fields
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and in relating with different people
  • Good spoken and written English; skills and experience in content writing and graphic design are a plus
  • Strong ability to organise tasks and timeline, pay attention to details and meet deadlines
  • Working knowledge of marketing principles, digital marketing concepts and practices, and social media
  • A spirit of openness, adaptability, fearlessness of ambiguity, and a self-directed learning mindset to apply analytical reasoning and critical thinking
  • Strong ability to work independently as well as in a team
  • Ability to work in Singapore without requiring a work visa (This position does not meet the requirement for a work visa)

Staff benefits would include:

  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Medical and insurance benefits
  • 13th month salary and performance bonus

To apply, please send:

  • a cover letter – tell us why you are keen to work with ArtsWok and for this position? Describe your experience, including internships, and how you would be a good fit for this role
  • your resume

Please email your application to sulin@artswok.org by 3 June 2024. If we accept your application, we will be in touch to schedule an interview.

About ArtsWok Collaborative

Since its founding in 2013, ArtsWok has worked with multidisciplinary teams to design and implement imaginative and innovative programmes that harness the power of the arts to create shared spaces for participation, cooperation, and collaboration. Our public programmes focus on enabling our participants to encounter differences, engage in dialogue, and build bridges across different perspectives. In addition, we are focused on building the capabilities of practitioners and organisations who are vested in arts-based community development. We also conduct research and share knowledge on practices within our field.

Our mission to nurture thriving communities extends to every person we work with. We value each person’s abilities and equip them to become an agent of change. As an arts-based organisation, we give time and space to play, experiment, and imagine new practices for our field. We also foster a collegial work culture that foregrounds mutual respect, honesty, and open communication.

ArtsWok Collaborative Limited is supported by the National Arts Council’s Major Company Scheme and an Institution of a Public Character.