Employment Opportunities

We are currently recruiting for a Clay School Partnership Manager. 

Ceramics forms Stoke-on-Trent’s DNA, the area is known all over the world over as ‘the Potteries’. The City proud of its heritage claims the title “World Capital of Ceramics“ in this it recognises that it is not simply describing the historical position of the city as the place of a concentration of ceramics manufacturing, but is making a statement of intent, a forward facing vision of being at the forefront of a global ambition to be a Centre of Excellence for Contemporary Ceramics.

However ceramics in the classroom is in decline, even in the city of ceramics. BCB is launching the Clay School Partnership as part of its campaign to secure the future of ceramics education in Stoke on Trent. For full details please download the Job Descritption below. 

Location Stoke-on-Trent – at the BCB Studio on Spode, in BCB’s office on Staffordshire University’s Stoke campus.

Applicants are asked to send a full CV, together with an outline of their specific qualifications for the role and what they feel they would bring to the British Ceramics Biennial and the BCB team – please respond to each point on the person specification (attached) in the order listed.

Please submit your application by: Monday 24 July at 5pm, to:

 Iain Cartwright, Executive Director at:  iain@britishceramicsbiennial.com