Impact Arts are looking for an inspiring, skilled music facilitator to deliver workshops for disadvantaged young people in Glasgow this summer.
Impact Arts are looking for a Youth Music Facilitator to work with disadvantaged young people in Glasgow as part of our CashBack to the Future programme this summer.
CashBack uses a variety of artistic and creative approaches to engage young people aged 12-19. This role involves designing and delivering a high quality and structured programme, in line with project objectives. You will lead and support a group of young people to write and record collaborative pieces of music, which they will then perform a selection of live at a national showcase event.
Job title: Youth Music Facilitators
Hourly rate: £12.31 per hour for 37.5 hours per week (£461.63 per week)
Holiday entitlement: 4.9 hours (4 hours 54 mins) per week
Based at: Glasgow Kelvin Colleague, East End Campus
Travel: As above – you may be expected to work at other locations as Impact Arts may reasonably require
Reporting to: Programme Manager
Duration of contract: w/c 17th June – Friday 2nd August 2019
Working Hours: 37.5 hours per week over 5 days: Monday – Friday, approx. 9am-5pm
Qualifications: SCQF level 9 in related discipline
Experience: Minimum of 2 years’ experience delivering creative activities and working with young people (aged 14-19) within diverse community settings
Other Essentials: Competent IT skills including: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Subject to PVG check and references
Full availability for seven week contract period
However, please note on your application form if there are any dates you are unavailable.
Desirable: Full clean driving licence, current PVG scheme member
Location: Glasgow City
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.impactarts.co.uk/news/get-involved-work-with-us/cashback-to-the-future-youth-music-facilitator-glasgow/
The deadline is Thursday 02 May 2019 at 17:00.