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.

 

DAC are recruiting!

North West Wales Regional Officer – Disability Arts Cymru

Salary – £23460 per annum (£11730 pro rata)

17.5 Hours per week  

 

 

 

Disability Arts Cymru (DAC) is looking for a highly motivated Regional Development Officer to help us widen the impact of our work in North Wales; establishing development programmes and disability arts networks across the region. The successful candidate will focus their work across Conwy, Gwynedd, Anglesey and will have a shared responsibility for North Powys.

We believe in…. Opening up access and opportunity, celebrating diversity, nurturing embryonic and established high-calibre disabled practitioners, and inspiring change throughout Wales.

Our vision is a simple one: to make the arts in Wales creative and diverse in equal measure, with disabled and Deaf people at the very core. 

Closing Date for applications – 5pm, 12th April 2018

Interviews – 23rd or 24th of May 2018

To apply contact:    [email protected]

Tel: 02920 551 040    – www.disabilityartscymru.co.uk

National Theatre Wales – Job Vacancy- Assistant Facilitator (Freelance)

National Theatre Wales 2National Theatre Wales is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and energetic individual for the following vacancy.

The Agency (NTW) – Assistant Facilitator (Freelance)

 Working closely with The Agency Project Coordinator, the Assistant Facilitator is responsible for supporting the development and delivery of The Agency project in Cardiff – a collaborative project directed at engaging and empowering young people within Cardiff to plan structure and deliver their own projects.  Using a methodology developed for working with young people living below the poverty line in Brazil, the project provides development opportunities for young people in the UK, helping them to launch social enterprises and ambitious projects that positively impact the local area.

 

Total Fee £5,680

£100 per day for 3-day Training Camp

£175 per week x 28 weeks

£80 per day for 6 days Planning and Evaluation

Regular Hours: 13 hours per week (To include delivery, preparation & evaluation)

 

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all backgrounds. Applications can be received in English or Welsh.

Deadline: 1pm, Friday 23rd March 2018                                   Interviews:  w/c 9th April 2018, Cardiff

For further information, application form, job description and person specification in English or Welsh please visit our website.

http://nationaltheatrewales.org/about#workwithus

 

Age Cymru

cARTrefu Project Coordinator

Post Location: Cardiff

Advertised Salary:£25000 per annum 

                                          Closing Date :11/02/2018

We’re looking for a positive, motivated and experienced project coordinator who will support the cARTrefu team, residents and care home staff to create artistic work that pushes the expectations of what is possible.

cARTrefu which means ‘to reside’ in Welsh, is an Age Cymru programme to improve:

The quality and accessibility of arts experiences for older people in residential care.
The confidence and skills of care staff to increase creative activity in care homes.
Opportunities for professional development of artists and to provide a platform to showcase residents and artists work to the wider public.

Based on a model created by the Courtyard Theatre in Hereford, cARTrefu has been running since January 2015 and has become the largest project of its kind in Europe. It’s funded by the Baring Foundation and Arts Council Wales. cARTrefu is run in close collaboration with our Gwanwyn Festival, a national festival celebrating creativity in older age.

You’ll be required to support the delivery of the project across Wales. The post will involve co-ordinating the work of all project mentors and artists, supporting the recruitment of and maintaining strong working relationships with care homes and wider arts community and coordinating relationships with project funders.

You’ll have experience of working in an arts or care environment with a confident and positive approach to handling interaction with others, excellent written and verbal communication skills with a high level of organisational and co-ordination skills.

Interview date: We’re hoping to conduct interviews week commencing 26 February 2018.

For the job pack and how to apply, please follow this link to our Careers site

Honno – Job Vacancy

Book Production & Office Administrator. (part-time)

Closing date 1st December 2017

 

 

The UK’s longest standing independent women’s press is looking for an experienced project manager and administrator to manage its book production and office.

12 hours over three days @ £12.50 per hour + statutory entitlements

The post-holder will:
• Have a high level of literacy in English, organisational and IT skills
• Work co-operatively
• Available to start January 2018

Welsh language skills, knowledge of publishing, ability to drive, are desirable.

Based at our office in Aberystwyth.

DOWNLOAD THE JOB DESCRIPTION AND PERSON SPECIFICATION (pdf)

Any queries to: [email protected]

Applications by CV and letter to [email protected] by 1 December
Interviews 8 December.

National Theatre Wales

National Theatre Wales 2National Theatre Wales is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and energetic individual for the following vacancy.

Casting Associate

 The Casting Associate will work closely with the freelance director of each National Theatre Wales (NTW) production and with NTW’s Artistic Director to recruit the most talented and best suited actors for each project. They will develop a thorough and valuable knowledge of actors born, living or professionally trained in Wales and will manage the company’s relationships with those actors and their representatives. The Casting Associate will contribute to and enact casting policy and strategy and will take an active and significant role in ensuring that the company meets its goals with regards to equality of opportunity for performers and representation of communities and protected characteristics on our stages. They will see a broad range of new work throughout Wales and beyond and should play an important part in the creative conversation at NTW.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about making extraordinary theatre and believe wholeheartedly in creating equality of opportunity in the arts.

Salary: £27,500 per annum.

Term: Fixed-Term (2 years), Full Time.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all backgrounds. Applications can be received in English or Welsh.

Deadline: Thursday 14th December, 1pm

Interviews: W/c 8th January, Cardiff

For further information, application form, job description and person specification in English or Welsh please visit our website.

http://nationaltheatrewales.org/about#workwithus

 

Literature Wales – full time paid work placement

Development and Communication Officer (full-time paid work placement)

 

 

Literature Wales is offering a one year full-time paid work placement (£17,095 per annum) for a recent graduate from a low-income background who is looking to start a career in the arts.

The post is funded by a Weston Jerwood Creative Bursary and individuals graduating in 2015, 2016 and 2017 who received the full maintenance grant are eligible. Previous experience is not essential and we welcome video applications.

This is a new role bridging the Development and Communication teams, strengthening the links between our evaluation methods and our internal and external communications.

More information about the role, including details of how to apply can be found here: http://www.literaturewales.org/about/vacancies/development-communications-officer/

Mind Aberconwy – Part Time Recovery and Well-Being Support Worker

Recovery and Well-Being Support Worker

Salary:.14 NJC point (£16,491 – Actual £6596.00)

Hours: 15 hrs. per week

Background:

Aberconwy Mind runs a seven day a week Recovery and Wellbeing service for adults coping with the everyday effects of mental illness. Within this we offer a variety of interventions and activities that support people with complex mental health problems in their recovery. This ranges from one to one support and group work, to outreach into the community providing opportunities to access support to enable people to manage their own mental health needs.

The role of the Recovery and Wellbeing Support Worker

To provide project support for the Recovery and Wellbeing service including:

  • Being a point of contact in Conwy county for people with mental health engaged in recovery and wellbeing activities.
  • Co-delivering the Recovery and Wellbeing Workshops and courses
  • Providing relevant information to enable individuals to make informed choices regarding addressing their mental and emotional health and wellbeing.
  • Providing group support for service user participants to ensure their individual Wellbeing and Recovery Plans are regularly review updated.
  • Liaising with the wider Aberconwy Mind services, CMHT’s and partner agencies across Conwy to monitor the effective delivery of project objectives.
  • Gathering monitoring and evaluation data, analysing data, and contribute to compiling reports necessary for the accurate monitoring of project activity.
  • Reviewing, updating and uploading a range of project materials on to the Aberconwy Mind web site /twitter and facebook
  • Coordinating meetings and workshops, including receiving and arranging venues, liaising with service users and supporting delivery of the service
  • To work flexibly across the days of the week and can provide cover for colleagues’ holidays and planned absence

For more information please get in touch with either Gail or Karen on:

01492 864041 or [email protected] / [email protected])