Team Co-ordinators within the Arts Funding Team are responsible for handling the day to day activities for all aspects of grants administration.  They ensure that funding applications are correctly ‘logged’ and assured, that payments are handled efficiently and effectively, and that the outcomes of funded activity are correctly monitored and recorded.

About Us:

Read more about Why the Arts matter and Inspire… Our strategy for Creativity and the Arts in Wales

We believe the arts are central to the life and wellbeing of the nation.  We turn this mission into actions by funding and developing the arts in Wales. Read more about what we do here.

Arts Council of Wales is an independent charity, established by Royal Charter in 1994. Its members are appointed by the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure.

Our principal sponsor is the Welsh Government. We also distribute funding from the National Lottery and raise additional money where we can from a variety of public and private sector sources.

Working together with the Welsh Government, we are able to show how the arts are helping to meet the Government’s policy ambitions.

Job Role:

The successful candidate will have proven experience in a similar role consisting of previous knowledge of grant management systems and a good working knowledge of analysing and reporting on data and grant schemes.  A comprehensive understanding of financial monitoring and evaluation procedures is also required, along with proficient IT and administrative skills. Good Microsoft Excel skills are particularly important within this role.

The ability to work on own initiative and prioritise, working effectively under pressure is essential along with good communication skills and a commitment to high standards of customer care.

We work in both English and Welsh and fluency in Welsh (both written and spoken) is essential for this post.

Job Description available for download here: Team Co-ordinator (Arts Funding) Job Description

Additional Information:

Fixed term until 29th March 2019

Our benefits include flexible working hours/pattern, generous holidays and a final salary pension.

To Apply:

To make an application, download and complete all of the following forms:



Equal Opportunities Monitoring Forms

Application forms should be sent to

Please note, CVs will not be accepted.

We operate an Equal Opportunities Recruitment Policy and welcome applications from all sections of the community in Welsh or English.

Closing date:  12:00 midday on Thursday 16 August 2018