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We are currently looking for an  ARTS ADMINISTRATOR, an OUTREACH & WORKSHOP ASSISTANT and a VOLUNTEER WORKSHOP ASSISTANT

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ARTS ADMINISTRATOR

Closing day: 15 August

Interviews:  17/18 August Afternoon

Fee: £12/hour

Schedule: 48 weeks (18 hours per week; Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-8 pm and Fridays 1-7pm) Starting 22nd August until 27th July 2018 with Christmas and Easter break

 


Weekly Duties:

  • Be on site at Kensal House Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-8 pm and Fridays 1-7pm each week unless any change to these hours or days have been pre-agreed with Project Leaders, giving a minimum of 2 weeks advance notice.
  • Check the youth@ inbox and reply to correspondence
  • Answer telephone, email and in person enquiries regarding Kensal Stories
  • To act as the main point of contact for Kensal Stories and youth groups, parents, partners, facilitators, participants, press etc)
  • Have an understanding of the overall SPID team and community space and direct enquiries appropriately.
  • To attend and minute a weekly team meeting at a regular time agreed with Project Leaders.
  • To attend a weekly fixed meeting with the Community Outreach Officer.
  • Provide an End of Day Report at the end of each working day outlining tasks completed – sent to both Project Leaders. The End of Day Report must include a time in and time out.

 

Admin Duties

  • Update the budget with invoices and expenditure
  • Maintain accurate financial records. Filing invoices and receipts physically and digitally
  • Responsible for final budget invoice reconciliation and sign off
  • Monitor and hold responsibility for the Petty Cash spend and reconciliation
  • Send out weekly workshop text reminders to participants and guardians of participants
  • Assist with recruitment drives by posting job ads, monitoring responses, arranging interview slots and responding via email to unsuccessful candidates.
  • Complete weekly task list sent by Project Leaders
  • Responsible for managing own workload each week regarding task list and flagging in advance any tasks that might not be completed to the requested timeline

 

Marketing:

  • Overseeing project marketing strategy
  • Working with designer to prepare artwork and text for publicity materials
  • Overseeing print and distribution of marketing materials
  • Updating social media for the project
  • Inputting creatively into the marketing design
  • Managing the marketing budget for the project

This role is based in Kensal House (W10 5BQ) in Ladbroke Grove. You will be responsible to pay your own taxes and National Insurance Contribution.

To apply, please email your CV with a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role with ‘FAO KS Arts Administrator’ in the subject line, and send it to jobs@spidtheatre.com by 15th August 2017. Interviews will be held in the afternoon on 17th & 18th August 2017.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:PEER VOLUNTEER WORKSHOP ASSISTANT

 

Info about S.P.I.D.:

S.P.I.D. (Social Political Innovative Direct) uses interactive youth theatre to empower local young people and create stronger communities on North Kensington council estates. We make participatory shows that happen off-stage, up-close in shared spaces on these estates. We are a registered charity and have been based in the listed community rooms of the historic Kensal House estate in Ladbroke Grove since 2005. Our Wraparound drama program, Living History projects, shows, films and tours have won prizes Nationally. They are recognised for their do-it-yourself-passion, up-to-date subject matter form, and the young voices at their heart.

 

 

The project:

You will be working on SPID’s Living History project, which was the subject of a primetime BBC documentary: https://tinyurl.com/k8jo5r8. This is a history and drama project about West London council estates. You can find out more about it here: www.spidtheatre.com

 


Requirements
Must be aged 17-24 and live, work of study in RBKC, LBHF or Brent
Familiarity with North Kensington

Good communication skills with the ability to develop rapport with a wide range of community members.

The ability to engage local young people in positive activities

A friendly and professional manner.

Excellent time-keeping skills and reliability

An interest in the work of SPID Theatre and enthusiasm for the Living History project
Can do attitude and willingness to learn
Ability to support others as part of a team

 

Closing Date: 11 July by 12pm

Interviews will take place on 25th and 27th of July

Volunteer expenses: £8 per Workshop

Schedule: 36 Saturdays 11am-6pm from 16/9/17 to14/7/18 matching most school term timetables.

Applications : please send CV and covering letter F.A.O. Peer Volunteer workshop Assistant to jobs@spidtheatre.com

 


Purpose
To engage local young people and encourage them to sign up to the project.

To support Workshop facilitator during sessions on Saturdays
To carry out ad-hoc outreach and facilitation tasks as they arise

 

 



Role:

To complete the register for each session.

To photograph and film each session, taking responsibility for documenting the project.  To upload each session’s media the following week
To create a written log of each session’s exercises and outcomes.

To help set up before and clear up at the end of each session.

To assist the workshop leaders to deliver the workshop and implement behavioural policies.

To take part in session feedback, suggestions are always welcome.

To help young participants to complete their assigned tasks as necessary.

To distribute marketing materials as and when needed to local areas.

To suggest ways of using social media to promote the project

Title

PEER – OUTREACH AND WORKSHOP ASSISTANT

Info about S.P.I.D.:

S.P.I.D. (Social Political Innovative Direct) uses interactive youth theatre to empower local young people and create stronger communities on North Kensington council estates. We make participatory shows that happen off-stage, up-close in shared spaces on these estates. We are a registered charity and have been based in the listed community rooms of the historic Kensal House estate in Ladbroke Grove since 2005. Our Wraparound drama program, Living History projects, shows, films and tours have won prizes Nationally. They are recognised for their do-it-yourself-passion, up-to-date subject matter form, and the young voices at their heart.

The project:

You will be working on KENSAL STORIES, SPID’s Living History project, which was the subject of a primetime BBC documentary: https://tinyurl.com/k8jo5r8. This is a history and drama project about West London council estates which builds on our groundbreaking Reimagining Goldfinger, you can find out more about it here: www.spidtheatre.com

Why we need an Outreach and Workshop Assistant

We need an Outreach and Workshop Assistant to help run our groundbreaking Living History program. This consists of weekly Saturday sessions which train local young people in heritage and theatre skills, teaching them to create films, tours and exhibitions which dramatise council estates’ history. Living History has gone from strength to strength as a flagship project for Heritage Lottery Fund, won the Clore Prize and became the subject of a primetime BBC documentary: https://tinyurl.com/k8jo5r8. We believe hiring a local young person to support our workshop leaders and our head of outreach will champion our charity’s youthful image and encourage more young people from RBKC to get involved.

Closing Date: 18th July 2017 at 12pm

Interviews will take place on 25th and 27th July

Fee: £10/hour,

Schedule: 36 weeks from16/9/17 to 14/7/18 matching most school term timetables. 13hours/week, Thursday 2:00-8:00 and Saturday 11:00-6:00.
Applications:send CV and covering letter F.A.O Outreach and Workshop Assistant to jobs@spidtheatre.com

Role:

Encourage and support in the delivery of a fun, positive, participative atmosphere

Ensure and support the young people in playing an active role in the workshops and deliver a model of youth participation.

Communicate effectively and develop a rapport with young people.

Support and encourage self-expression.

Positively challenge undesirable behaviour in young people.

Provide information and support to young people.

Enable young people to work effectively in groups.

To complete the register and give out expenses at the end of each session.

To help set up before and clear up at the end of each session.

To take part in session feedback, suggestions are always welcome.

To help young participants to complete their assigned tasks as necessary.

Distributing Marketing material

Suggesting ways of using social media

Our support

We will support our Outreach and Workshop Assistant in gaining paid work experience at entry level by ensuring they are supervised by an experienced SPID staff member at every stage. When assisting with our weekly workshops they will be briefed and supported by our Workshop Leader, who will explain how to keep the session running smoothly and help them develop their facilitation skills in a hands on way. When assisting with the outreach they will be briefed and supported by our Outreach Officer, who will explain how to encourage young people to sign up and help them develop their communication skills in a practical way.

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