Friday 15th of September 2017 11:24
We at the CTA have an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced person to, on a self-employed and contracted basis, co-ordinate a number of key elements of our new 'Hwyl Events' project, which will run until March 2019. The Project is funded by Welsh Government's Tourism Product Innovation Fund.
Hwyl Events are new Welsh cultural entertainment events, offering ‘the real Welsh experience’ to visitors to the Carmarthenshire and South West Wales area - showcasing local food and drink, music, dance, language, myths and legends.
The Contract - Hwyl Events Co-ordinator
The CTA is now seeking tenders from those who can start as soon as possible to support the Association's team in ensuring the successful delivery of the Hwyl Events Project until March 2019.
This is not a full-time role. Contractors are required, within their tenders, to provide a quoted fee together with details of the number of hours / days that they can provide for that fee. A maximum budget is highlighted within the invitation to tender brief.
Expected roles and responsibilities over the course of the contract term include:
Submitting a Tender
Closing date for tender submission: 10am Monday 9th October.
Those interested, can contact the CTA to request full brief details to be sent to them, including budget guidelines and key timelines. Contact us here.
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