Llantarnam Grange

Administrative Assistant Part Time

Opportunity at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, Administrative Assistant Part Time (temporary – nine months)

LGAC is seeking a Part Time Administrative Assistant to join its team, we are looking for an enthusiastic individual to assist with ongoing development and delivery of the art centre’s activity. This is an entry level post and would suit a recent graduate or an individual looking to start a career in the visual arts. The post is for three days per week and will include Saturdays. This post is paid at the National Living Wage.

Closing date: 19th August 2018. Interviews will take place at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre in Cwmbran on Wednesday 22nd August 2018.

Details of the post and application process can be found at the links below:

Job Application Form
Person Specification

www.lgac.org.uk

Candoco Dance Company

Production Manager Required

Candoco Dance Company is the company of disabled and non-disabled dancers. We create excellent and profound experiences for audiences and participants that excite, challenge and broaden perceptions of art and ability, and place people and collaboration at the heart of our work. The Production Manager plays a critical role in supporting new commissions and ensuring the success of our work on tour. We are looking for someone with proven experience, a sound or lighting specialism, and a keen affinity for the company’s work.

 

Please find an extended job description and download the Recruitment Pack from our vacancies webpage, along with an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form on: http://www.candoco.co.uk/about-us/vacancies

 

The deadline for applications is 10am on Wednesday 8 August 2018.

Interviews will be held in London on Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 August 2018.

 

Candoco Dance Company
T: +44 (0)20 7704 6845
www.candoco.co.uk

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JOB: BFI WELSH TALENT NETWORK CO-ORDINATOR

Ffilm Cymru Wales is seeking a part-time co-ordinator to support the delivery of the BFI Welsh Talent Network programme

Part-time: 17.5 hours (the equivalent of 2.5 days) per week

Location: Cardiff

Salary: £22,500 pro rata (£11,250).  Plus pension.

Term: Initial 12 months with potential to extend.

For a full Job description and how to apply click  here.

Closing date for applications  : 6th August 2018

Interviews w/c 13th August

 

Cultural Heritage Training Opportunity at Swansea Museum and the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

Would you like to be part of the next generation that tells the story of Wales?
Have you thought about a career working in museums, castles, archives or cultural venues?
If so, this training opportunity could be for you…

Open Day at the Waterfront Museum this Wednesday  2-4pm to find out more

Cultural Ambition could be the training opportunity you’ve been waiting for.

Experience a 12 month paid placement in a range of cultural heritage sites with supported study for an NVQ Level 2in Cultural Heritage

You’ll need to be:
• Aged 18-24
• Not in education, employment or training
• Not a graduate
• Able to commute to the sites
• English/Welsh and Maths GCSE or equivalent

You would be required to attend the sites for 30 hours a week, and work to an individual learning plan to complete your qualification.
A bursary of £800 per month will be paid to you, as well as an additional payment on completion of the qualification of £250.
There will also be a small contribution to travel costs to placements.

How to apply:
E-mail: [email protected]   for more information.

Personal Assistant – Freelance job opportunity

PA to Artist Nick Elphick
Job Description

Fee: £10-13.60 p/hr (dependent on experience), plus travel expenses
Hours: Variable – Agreed via contract for each project

Established Sculptor/Artist Nick Elphick is looking for a highly motivated Personal Assistant to support with widening the impact of his work as a Wales based, highly acclaimed international artist. The successful candidate will be an outstanding professional; motivated, reliable and able to demonstrate exacting standards and organisational skills. You will be expected to work using your own initiative at all times. Exemplary communication and networking skills are essential to be considered for this role as you will be liaising with commercial galleries, curators as well as media as prospective clients. You will be familiar with a variety of social media platforms and knowledgeable in their use as marketing and communication tools. 
The work will include:
• IT skills, administration/diary management/bookings
• Networking, liaising with galleries, curators, media and other stakeholders. 
• Assisting with Social Media Management
• Assisting with updating and maintaining websites/blogs
• Assisting with drawing up a business plan
• Liaising between legal representatives, venues, client and Artist
• Attending meetings with Artist and clients
• Knowledge and understanding of marketing and promotion
• Essential – In depth knowledge and experience of approaching galleries and the art industry
• Essential – knowledge and understanding of dyslexia

The successful post holder will be required to work from home and to travel throughout the UK; access to personal transport will be required.
Core hours: Work outside of agreed hours/days may occasionally be requested but will be agreed in advance.

Nick Elphick is a Disability Arts Cymru Member and DAC will be assisting Nick with the recruitment process for this post as part of our professional development support programme for artists.
*Once appointed, the role will be directly managed through the respective contracts signed and agreed by Nick and the selected candidate, and DAC will have no further legal responsibility in respect of this role.

Closing date for applications: Friday 31st August 2018 
Interviews: (TBC)
To apply please e-mail a CV and covering letter outlining your interest and suitability for the role to [email protected]

Arts Connection – Job Vacancy

Project Officer required by Arts Connection – Cyswllt Celf based in Llanfyllin, Powys
Part-time – 22.5 hours per week
£23,866 per annum pro rata

Are you passionate about the arts? Want to be part of a vibrant and exciting organisation? Have you got what it takes?
We are an organisation that creates opportunities to bring people together to learn and have fun through participation in all forms of art.
As Project Officer you will have the opportunity to join our small team and take responsibility for the development and implementation of our programme of activities and events.

We welcome applications from those who work in other sectors, not necessarily the arts, who have an enthusiasm for the role.

Please apply using the online application form where you will be asked for a covering letter, CV and confirmation, that if successful, you can attend the interview date. Fill in your application here – http://artsconnection.org.uk/jobs/

To be considered for the post your covering letter should:
– Refer to each of the essential and desirable points of the person specification
– For the essential points please demonstrate how you meet it by giving us an example
– Please be clear and concise – bullet points are acceptable

Closing Date: Monday 16th July, 12 noon

Shortlisting: Tuesday 17th July

Interviews: Friday 20th July

Any queries: [email protected] – 01691 648 929

Arts Connection is committed to equal opportunities and is a Registered Charity: 1135641 and Company Limited by Guarantee: 2911716

Mess up the Mess

Temporary Youth Arts Officer (Maternity Cover)

Full Time, 37 hours per week
Fixed Term contract to June 2019 or return of the postholder
£23,120.23 per annum

 
Temporary Youth Arts Officer
Are you passionate about youth arts and drama and engaging young people from diverse backgrounds? Are you committed to making sure all young people are able to participate regardless of the particular barriers they may face?
 
We’re looking for an experienced youth arts professional to play a key role in our Well Iawn programme while our Youth Arts Officer takes maternity leave.
 
Well Iawn is a 3 year project, funded by the Big Lottery Fund, which uses drama and arts activities to support the wellbeing of young people. Well Iawn takes a holistic view of wellbeing, looking at factors including environment and community as well as physical and emotional wellbeing. Working with our regular groups in Ammanford and Brynaman, and with disadvantaged young people from across South Wales, you’ll need lots of enthusiasm and initiative to fulfil the 2 aspects of the role:
 

  • Delivery – creating and delivering drama and creative wellbeing activities to young people
  • Project Management and Co-Ordination – identifying potential youth groups who could benefit from the project and planning, organising and arranging programmes of creative wellbeing activities with them.

 
For further information, download an application pack from the website: http://www.messupthemess.co.uk, email [email protected], or call 01269 591 167.
 
Applicants must respond with an application form that clearly states how you meet the post’s person specification. CVs will not be accepted.
 
Closing date: Monday 2nd July 2018, 10.00 am
 
Selection Day: Thursday 19th July 2018
 
This post has been funded by Big Lottery Fund.
 
Please note that this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and an enhanced DBS disclosure, including a check against the Children’s barred list, will be made before the successful candidate can be confirmed in post.

JOB: BFI WELSH TALENT NETWORK MANAGER

JOB: BFI WELSH TALENT NETWORK MANAGER

Based: Cardiff        Terms: Full time    Salary: £30,750 subject to experience, plus pension

Ffilm Cymru Wales is looking for a driven and creative individual to manage the BFI Welsh Talent Network, aimed at identifying and supporting talented writers, directors and producers born or based in Wales at the start of their careers. They should be able to provide hands-on as well as structural support for filmmakers, shaping practical talent initiatives and events and forging relevant partnerships if required. They should enjoy working as part of a wider team dedicated to developing a diverse, sustainable and inspiring film sector in Wales.

Read the full job description here.