Work At WoW

Here's your chance to work with the Liverpool City Region's Arts Organisation of the Year! We believe that writing and creativity is transformational for individuals and our communities, working right here in Merseyside, and internationally too. We are the proud creator of WoWFest, Liverpool's longest running Literature Festival, celebrating our 21st birthday this May. We deliver an annual Black History Month every October, work in schools, support vulnerable young people and have a whole host of projects for adults! We're looking for two new people to join our expanding team so read on to find out more.

Established in 2000 WoW have championed radical writing, community, diversity and creativity in Liverpool for the past 21 years. Through our projects, workshops and events, we are committed to providing our participants and communities with opportunities to engage with the arts, upskill, grow in confidence, get published and much, much more .

As a National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) for Arts Council England, we're an established and respect part of Liverpool's cultural sector, regularly leading on city-wide initiatives with key partners from the city. Our response and support for our communities during the pandemic lead to us being named the LCR's Arts Organisation of the Year and we continue to support and champion the experiences of some of the most marginalised voices in the city.

This course has quite literally changed my life. It has been one of the best things I have ever done and to think that I found it by accident makes me think that it must have been meant to be. I was at an extremely low point in my life when I found this course and I was terrified. However, the course changed all that. The tutors and the staff who run the course have been so personable and welcoming, inspiring and encouraging that for the first time ever I have started to believe that my voice is important and has value. I have developed the confidence to speak in front of people and to show words that had been hidden away for many years. This course is invaluable and priceless’
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If you are passionate about words, diversity and inclusion, and eager to make a positive impact, WoW is the place for you.

Writing Development Manager

Salary - £23,000

Want to help people to share their stories? Keen to unlock creative potential within our communities? Committed to providing equal opportunity to all our participants? Then this job is for you. We are hiring a Writing Development Manager who will manage our acclaimed writing centre, The Writer's Bloc. Working with high profile artists and writers as we aim to create a series of writing centres across the region, making creative writing accessible to all communities and giving people the space to share their voices.

To download the recruitment package, application form and monitoring form please go here (link)

Festival Coordinator

Salary - £21,000

Want to be involved in a festival with international reach? Interested in working with award-winning writers and high profile artists? Want to programme vital conversations and events? Then we want you. We are looking for a Festival Coordinator to work in collaboration with our leadership team to help facilitate and implement our acclaimed festivals: WoWFEST and Black History Month.

To download the recruitment package, application form and monitoring form please go here (link)