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Cultural Education Partnership Development Coordinator opening – deadline 15 June 2020

Barking & Dagenham Cultural Education Partnership (CEP) seeks to appoint a full-time Development Coordinator to lead its Inspiring Futures Programme. This is a fixed term post until April 2022. The successful applicant will accelerate and sustain the reach and impact for young people of Barking & Dagenham’s CEP, its Inspire programme, pathways into employment and the increased expectation that young people will lead, influence and shape the content of the cultural provision which affects them and supports their ambition.

Life under lockdown – ongoing

Hackney residents of all ages are invited to contribute to share and express their experiences of this extraordinary time. Submissions including short films, photographs and pieces of artwork or writing are invited and a selection of contributions will be shared on the council's new Hackney Spirit website. Every submission will be appreciated as part of Hackney's collective story.

Further information can found here

The Yard Theatre seeks a Communications Manager – deadline 1 June 2020

The Hackney theatre is looking for someone to lead its communications across all channels, engaging its audiences, communities and stakeholders with its work.

They will work closely with the Artistic and Executive Directors, and collaborate with producers and managers across the organisation to effectively communicate the full breadth of activity and to coordinate across the different programme strands.

Creative Director vacancy at Phakama – deadline 19 May 2020

Phakama is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Creative Director to co-lead the Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation with collaboration at its heart. Phakama is a small yet highly ambitious organisation that achieves significant impact with limited resources. It finds the space and time for people to collaborate and creatively share their experiences through daring performances that transcends age experience and cultures.

Communications Officer vacancy at Clinks – deadline 28 April 2020

Clinks has an exciting opportunity to join its team in London. They are seeking a dynamic individual with excellent attention to detail to be responsible for delivering effective communications across all aspects of the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) network at Clinks. NCJAA is the leading national network supporting the arts and creative practice in criminal justice settings. Their aim is to ensure the arts are used within the criminal justice system as a springboard for positive change.

Gain a certificate in the practice of music-making – October 2020

The Trinity Laban Conservatoire is running a one-year distance learning programme, in partnership with the Open University, designed to support all musicians from a wide range of musical backgrounds who wish to develop their practical music-making and performance skills.

Alongside a community of online peers, you will expand your skills as musical collaborators, developing your skills and confidence.

Further information can be found here

Natural History Museum Arts Grants Scheme – deadline 1 May 2020

The Arts Grants Scheme continues to support creative, arts-based projects taking place in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea which align with four key priorities:

Senior team openings at Clinks – deadline 27 March 2020

Clinks has two exciting opportunities to join its senior team in London. They want to hear from talented people who are committed to doing what they can so that people in the criminal justice system and their families can rely on a vibrant and well supported voluntary sector.

Magic Me are recruiting a Programme Director (Maternity Cover) – deadline 23 March 2020

Pioneers of intergenerational arts practice, Magic Me, are looking for a skilled leader with a strong track record of managing exciting arts projects to take on a 9-month freelance role to cover maternity leave. As the Programme Director (maternity leave) you will lead the strategic planning, development, and evaluation of Magic Me’s programme in East London and Essex. Managing a team of project managers and coordinators, you will be responsible for shaping, growing and leading a programme of high-quality intergenerational arts projects.

£60,000 of grant funds available in Southwark and Merton – deadline 16 March 2020

Healthy London Partnership (HLP) has been working in collaboration with three London boroughs (Camden, Merton and Southwark) to design and test new integrated service models for mental health, musculoskeletal pain and employment support.

In London, musculoskeletal disorders and mental health problems are the most common conditions that influence people’s ability to work. The Work and Health Accelerator model aims to provide as many people as possible with access to the support they want and need to enable them to get back into work or continue working.

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