Job Vacancy: DaDaFest Young Peoples Project Coordinator
Deadline for Applications: Wednesday 19 October 2016
Interviews to be Held: Wednesday 2 November 2016
We are looking to appoint a Young Peoples Project Coordinator for our DaDaFest Rookies and Young DaDaFest projects, for a three year fixed term post. The post holder will need to demonstrate experience of working with young people ideally in an arts setting and be willing to work alongside the young people to motivate and develop their skills.
The role will involve coordinating activities for the DaDaFest Rookies project and supporting delivery of our Young DaDaFest project. This will include administration and logistics tasks, arranging access and travel support for participants, evaluation and monitoring for the project and supervision of staff, support workers and volunteers. The post holder will be the main point of contact for young people and all partners involved in the project.
Dates: Full Time (35 hours per week) This position will require regular evening work. It is a requirement that all DaDaFest staff work in a flexible manner compatible with the nature of a festival and arts producing company. To support this we work within flexi-time and TOIL (Time off in Lieu).
Salary: £19,048 per annum, plus pension contribution
Responsible to: DaDaFest Arts Manager
Contract: 3 Years Fixed Term
Click here: Young Peoples Project Coordinator Application Pack to download our application pack with further details about the role and the necessary forms to fill out.
All documents in the pack are available in alternative formats upon request. Please email your forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or post them to: DaDaFest, The Bluecoat, School Lane, L1 3BX.
For further information about the role, please contact Sam Wade, DaDaFest Arts Manager, by telephone: 0151 707 1733 or email: email@example.com
During each DaDaFest International festival, we have lots of opportunities for volunteering. Roles include; front of house, invigilation, artist liaison, administration, marketing, events assistance and more. We ask for a minimum commitment of 10 hours but you can take part in as much of the festival as you’d like. Volunteers will be reimbursed for out of pocket expenses and will also receive Disability Equality Action Training and volunteer training.
Fill in the form below to be added to our Volunteering List and we’ll get in touch with you in September 2016 with further information.