Part Time Temporary Youth Arts Inclusion Worker
(0.6ft equivalent, 22.2 hrs per week)
Fixed term to August 31st 2022
£22,300.00 pa pro rata
(£13,380.00 pa actual)
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?
Mess Up The Mess have been working with the hardest to reach young people in our communities since 2007. We aspire for our work to be about ‘Nurturing imaginations, Daring performance and Changing lives’.
The Youth Arts Inclusion Worker is responsible for reaching out to disadvantaged young people and enabling them to take part in Mess Up The Mess activities, co-facilitating the delivery of drama based youth arts workshops and supporting young people’s wider development.
We’re looking for an experienced youth arts professional with the enthusiasm and practical skills to help us bring this vision to even more hard to reach and easy to ignore young people.
Activities are currently online, but will move back to face to face delivery as soon as Regulations allow.
Applicants who are interested in applying must respond with an application form that clearly states how you meet the post’s person specification. CVs will not be accepted.
Please note the successful candidate will need to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure with Barred List check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Alternative formats are available on request from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for applications: 22nd March 2021 at 12.00 noon.
Interview date: Initial interviews will be via Zoom on Monday 12th April. Candidates will also be asked to deliver a short face to face workshop activity on a weekend between 24th April and 1st May, Coronavirus Regulations permitting.
Candidates invited for interview will be notified by email. If you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of the closing date please assume your application has been unsuccessful.
This post has been funded by BBC Children in Need.