Opportunities archive

Relationship Manager, Engagement and Participation, Arts Council England, South East – deadline 10 April

This is a job-share opportunity to cover 6 months maternity leave, 2 days/week. Arts Council England is looking specifically for someone with expertise in engagement and participation for this busy role in its Brighton office.

Associate Director (Participation and Learning), Border Crossings – deadline 11 April

Border Crossings is seeking an Associate Director (Community Engagement, Participation and Learning) to lead a creative programme of community, participatory and educational work, complementing and working in dialogue with the company’s overall artistic programme; as well as providing support and assistance to the Artistic Director in determining the artistic direction, future development and

Administrator (Education & Training), Squeaky Gate, Cambridge – deadline 12 April

Squeaky Gate is a creative education, production & performance charity working with people who are at risk of social exclusion for reasons of mental health, homelessness and other factors.

General Manager Part Time Maternity Cover, Ladder to the Moon – deadline 16 April

Ladder to the Moon is a social enterprise delivering training, coaching and creativity programmes that transform care settings. This part-time role offers an opportunity to an experienced business manager with real commitment to Ladder to the Moon’s mission for every care community to be filled with joy, laughter and engagement and everyone in them living their lives to the full.

Jobs at Cooltan Arts – deadline 16 April

Three new posts funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund are to lead weekly workshops for people who have experience of mental distress. Basic/Intermediate IT Tutor 2 hours a week for 24 weeks Visual Arts (Trips & Exhibitions) Tutor 2 hours a week for 10 weeks Creative Arts Tutor 2 hours a week for 24 weeks

Big Society Capital

A new financial institution set up by the Government to finance charities and community groups has been launched. Big Society Capital will have £600m, of which the majority comes from unused cash in bank accounts that have been dormant for more than 15 years. The fund will back social enterprises that prove they can repay an investment through the income they generate.

London Creativity and Wellbeing Week – submit your events by 7 May

The London Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2012 will take place from June 13-20 this summer and promises to be a great showcase for the huge variety of arts and health activity in the capital. There is still time to get involved and include your events or just to start planning what you want to see and do!

Consultant, Music for Change, South East – deadline 18 April

Music for Change is an educational arts organisation that aims to promote awareness, understanding and respect for cultural diversity through music and the performing arts. Its work takes place in a wide range of settings including schools, community centres, youth clubs, day centres, prisons and Immigration Removal Centres.

Design & Health International Academy Awards 2012 – deadline 20 April

Deadline for submissions extended. Established to recognise professional excellence in the research and practice of designing healthy built environments, the awards ceremony will be held on 30 June in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, during the 8th Design & Health World Congress & Exhibition.

Magpie Dance Impact evaluation study brief – deadline 23 April

Magpie Dance (Bromley based charity) has begun a new partnership with the Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust to undertake a new programme of work for Oxleas service users.

Projects Coordinator, Clod Ensemble – deadline 23 April

Performance arts company Clod Ensemble, based in Bethnal Green, London is seeking a suitable candidate for a new position of Projects Coordinator. Two days a week (or equivalent) at £18,000 pro rata. For more information and full details visit w: www.clodensemble.com.

Young Film Fund – deadline 23 April

First Light Movies provides grants to projects that enable young people to participate in all aspects of film productions and has launched its next funding round. The funding is available to organisations such as schools, youth services and community and voluntary groups that work with young people aged between 5 and 18.

Health & Wellbeing Festival at Artsfest 2012, Birmingham – deadline 23 April

Last year Creative Health hosted a Health and Wellbeing themed festival as part of Artsfest profiling the work of organisations and artists working in arts, health and wellbeing. This year Creative Health is offering the same opportunity on Sunday 9 September in Birmingham City Centre.

The Hunterian Museum, Access Consultation Panel

The Hunterian Museum is looking for members to join its newly formed Access Consultation Panel. The Panel, run in conjunction with the Sir John Soane’s Museum, aims to improve access to the Museum and its collections.

Chief Executive Officer, Sound It Out, Birmingham – deadline 24 April

Sound It Out Community Music is an independent registered charity, and is one of the UK’s leading participatory arts agencies, with 20 years’ experience of using music as a medium to transform lives across Birmingham and throughout the West Midlands.