Board Vacancies with Creative Dundee

Creative Dundee is seeking new Board members at an exciting time for the organisation and the city. As a small organisation recognised as a social enterprise, we have a responsibility to the city, its creative communities and citizens. The Board plays an active role in the strategic direction of the organisation.

Now in its third year of trading, Creative Dundee is a network organisation which has assisted the city to become increasingly acknowledged as a creative hub. Since starting life initially as a blog in 2008, Creative Dundee has worked hard to generate opportunities, value and benefits for the city’s creative professionals and the wider city. You can read more about our activities and impacts in this report, online here and our media coverage here.

Creative Dundee is now looking for individuals with enthusiasm and the skills to assist the organisation to drive the city as a thriving international creative hub, where creative talent can base, grow and sustain their practice. We’re particularly interested to hear from those who might not be working in the creative sector, but have an understanding of Dundee’s creative scene.

Board posts are voluntary and in return we offer the opportunity to work with an innovative outward focused organisation which has collaboration, quality and experimentation at its core.

Qualities sought in the Board

  • Knowledge of Dundee’s creative communities/businesses and some understanding of the purpose and work of Creative Dundee.
  • Ability to contribute to the strategic direction of Creative Dundee.
  • A commitment to the general aims of Creative Dundee and ensuring that programmes and finances adhere to the organisation’s constitution.

Specific qualities sought in new Board members

Creative Dundee has completed a skills audit and would like to recruit new Board members who have skills in some or all of the following areas:

  • Business development;
  • Finance and income generation;
  • Experience of Board/Trust governance;
  • Monitoring and interpreting social and economic impacts;
  • Influencing skills and understanding of Scotland’s creative economy policy landscape.

If you feel you have the passion and skills to help shape the future of this small but ambitious organisation, and would like further details then please contact Gillian Easson on