Anti-racism Alliance



Project Manager

A network of arts and cultural organisations in Oxford are looking for an experienced part-time project manager to lead on the delivery of a programme of anti-racism action working across the arts and cultural sector in the city.  


The position will oversee the delivery of an evolving programme of training, data collation, artist and community consultation, reporting to a voluntary Steering Committee.  The role requires a highly motivated and organised individual with the ability to manage multiple priorities working across a range of stakeholders with sensitivity, diplomacy and persuasion. You will be a passionate champion for equality underpinned by a belief in the vital importance of the arts and culture in the life of contemporary society and its efficacy as progressive agent of social change.  


The position is available on a part-time basis at £30,000 per annum (pro rata for 2 days / week, equating to c.£12,000). 

Given the values and purpose of the role, we especially welcome applications from those of African Diaspora, people of the South, East, and South East Asian diaspora, Middle Eastern and other ethnically diverse members of our community.

Click here for the Job Description and Equal Opportunities Form:

How to Apply

Send a CV and covering letter (no more than 2 sides A4), out lining your interest and skills and experience for the role to contact@oxcultureantiracism.co.uk by 15th March 2021.


Please include the subject line Anti-Racism Project Manager


Please note that interviews will take place on Zoom.

About us

Responding to the Black Lives Matter movement during 2020, arts and cultural organisations in Oxford came together to explore how they could work collaboratively to dismantle systemic racism in the sector and work to achieve radical change for those who experience racism due to the colour of their skin.


Following the formation of a number of cross-organisational working groups looking at specific areas during Autumn 2020, a Steering Group was formed with delegated responsibility to draft a Manifesto and Action Plan for review by arts organisations in Oxford.  This Manifesto is in the process of being adopted by the arts and cultural sector in Oxford and will be launched to coincide with the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on 21 March 2021. 


Engagement with arts organisations across Oxfordshire is at an early stage and it is hoped that, following consultation, peers across the county will also sign up to the values of the Manifesto.