Jobs and Vacancies

Arts Programme Manager

Join an exciting youth circus!

Reporting to the CEO and working alongside a core team of staff and practitioners, come and help us manage our classes, holiday projects and performance activities. You will also design and deliver our marketing and play a major role in our fundraising and evaluation.

We need someone with a proven history of arts project management, able to juggle multiple projects with strong communications skills and able to work within budgets and deadlines.

Details:

Contract: full-time equivalent

Salary: c. £25 000 depending on experience

Hours of work: 37.5 hours Evening and week-end work will be necessary

Holidays: 20 days per annum, plus statutory Bank Holidays

Please see the job description for the role here: Arts Programme Manager

Interested candidates can send their resume and personal statement to Esther Gagne at esther@albertandfriendsinstantcircus.co.uk.

Closing date: 5th of December 2016

Freelance Practitioners

Albert & Friends Instant Circus is looking at expanding its pool of freelance practitioners for the delivery of its extensive programme of youth circus in West London.

We are looking for enthusiastic practitioners, passionate for circus arts, and with a proven track record of quality teaching in a participatory, inclusive setting. In addition to circus and movement based skills, practitioners must hold a valid DBS check. A valid and clean driver’s license will provide more opportunities as AFIC delivers its programme in various locations, travelling by van with equipment.

The work involves teaching weekly sessions in various schools and community centres, but also contributes to creating performance activity for young people, in particular our Troupe of young performers.

Interested candidates can send their resume and personal statement to Esther Gagne at esther@albertandfriendsinstantcircus.co.uk.

 

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