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participatory arts project coordinator
Creatability Project Co-ordinator
Beacon Arts Centre
The Creatability Project Co-ordinator will ensure smooth delivery of a high-quality experience for disabled young people across a multi-art form creative programme.
The postholder will work closely with the Beacon’s Creative Learning Co-ordinator to plan, deliver and evaluate the programme. The role includes administration and session co ordination to ensure all participants have a positive experience.
We are looking for a highly motivated person who has the skills and personal commitment to help us support disabled young people in our community. We need someone who has an eye for both the details of project management and the bigger picture of removing barriers to the arts.
• Ensure the effective and valuable delivery of the programme with positive feedback from participants, creative professionals, and other stakeholders.
• Close co-ordination between all the partner organisations with positive feedback.
• Collate and monitor individual participant access requirements to remove barriers to their participation, ensuring required resources are in place in a timely manner.
• Successful coordination of the administrative and logistical requirements of the programme including scheduling, communications and monitoring the budget.
• Successful coordination of in-person participant experience of the programme including supporting freelance practitioners and other stakeholders when activities are taking place in the building.
• Collaborate with the Marketing Officer and Customer Service Supervisor to ensure the project is integral to the life and success of the Beacon.
• Work with the Creative Learning Co-ordinator to ensure that all project staff and trainees are supported to deliver the project to a high standard.
• Ensure Creatability activity is compliant with the Beacon’s policies and protocols, safeguarding, health and safety and other legal requirements.
KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE
• Experience of planning and delivering a participatory art project.
• Experience of working with disabled children and young people.
• Clear understanding of the intersections of barriers to participation in the arts.
• Experience of practical application of policies and procedures.
• Practical experience of delivering mentoring and/or a mentor programme.
• Experience of working with a budget.
• Experience in monitoring and evaluating projects.
• Experience of managing unexpected challenges and collaborating with a team to resolve issues.
Contract: Part-time – fixed-term
Salary: £20,000 pro rata
To find out more about the role, visit www.beaconartscentre.co.uk/what-we-do/work-with-us
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (Tessa Calder), or visit https://www.beaconartscentre.co.uk/what-we-do/work-with-us/
The deadline is Sunday 25 July 2021 at 00:00.