Community Engagement Fundraiser – part-time 25 hours per week

This is an exciting opportunity to join Independent Arts in the charity’s first, dedicated Community Fundraising role. 
The role will play a pivotal part in the development of Independent Arts. The Community Fundraiser will create, build and maintain long lasting relationships to ensure the charity can continue and expand delivery of its vital work across the Isle of Wight.

There is fun and creativity to be had in the role; we need the right person to bring their experience, inventive nature and warm personality to help shape our community fundraising future.

We are looking for someone who has experience in forming relationships with both businesses and individuals, has confidence in public speaking, and most importantly, has a passion for making a difference.

To apply, please download the Job Description and Application Form.

Application closing date September 12th.



Community Hub Coordinator – part-time 30 hours per week, to include some Saturdays

This new role cements our place in the community, putting our work on the High Street from our PPUG Arts Hub.

The rationale for this role comes from the need for the charity bring our work to new audiences, reaching new people of all ages across the Island. This position will be based in our hub, being the initial contact with the work of Independent Arts, both face to face and digitally.

To apply, please download the Job Description and Application Form. 

Application closing date September 10th.



Volunteer opportunities

Do you have a few hours' spare each week to make a difference in the community? Find out about volunteering with Independent Arts.

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People's Pop-Up Gallery (PPUG)


Workshops for Wellbeing


Independent Arts is an equal opportunities employer.