Yorkshire

Animation Worker, Asperger's Children and Carers Together, Yorkshire – deadline 5 June 2013

ACCT are seeking an experienced animation worker to deliver two weeks of summer holiday activities to children and young people with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism. The worker will plan and deliver a range of animation and filmmaking activities to participants of different abilities. Must have experience supporting children with additional needs.

This is a self employed post, and is paid at a rate of £13ph.

Admin & Finance Worker, AiM (Artists in Mind), Yorkshire – deadline 12 May 2013

AiM is an arts charity supporting individuals with acute and enduring mental ill health in the community and in secure locations (hospitals, forensic units, prisons), and is based in Huddersfield.

This post is initially offered as a one-year contract; further employment would be subject to available funding. The post is for 22 hours a week (0.6fte). The job holder will be responsible for maintaining administrative and financial systems in order to ensure AiM’s effective, efficient and accurate operations.

Manager, Pioneer Projects (Celebratory Arts) Ltd, Yorkshire – deadline 30 May

Pioneer Projects (Celebratory Arts) Ltd is an arts and health charity which uses creative activity to promote health and wellbeing for communities and the individuals within them, tackle social exclusion and reduce health inequalities, using arts-based approaches.

You’re Not Alone, Sheffield – until 1 June 2013

Following its exhibition in the hospital, You’re Not Alone: photographic observations of The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield by Shaun Bloodworth, Andy Brown and Richard Hanson, is to be shown in Sheffield city centre.

The photographers were given unlimited access to hospital wards and departments to document individual stories. The work will now be shown in two new city centre locations.

Venues:
The Workstation
Paternoster Row,
Sheffield S1 2BX

and

The waiting rooms of Sheffield Train Station
Sheaf Street,
Sheffield S1 2BP

Company Administrator, We do. (formerly Open Art), Yorkshire – deadline 12 April

We do (formerly Open Art) currently have a vacancy for an expert administrator who loves working with people and can ensure the smooth running of company activity and management of office operations.

Project Manager, The Art House, Yorkshire – deadline 18 March 2013

The Art House is seeking a talented, creative, visual arts professional to join its team in Wakefield. The post-holder will lead on the delivery of all aspects of the programme, including exhibitions, residencies, advice, courses and events. The post holder also undertakes monitoring and evaluation, fundraising and manages budgets in relation to the post. Supporting freelancers and volunteers and managing partnerships and relationships is key.

Public Art Commission, St Luke's Hospice, Sheffield – deadline 31 March 2013

St Luke’s Hospice, Sheffield, is seeking to appoint an artist or artists to devise and deliver an artistic solution to recognise donors who have funded their new £5.5m In-Patient Unit development (due to be completed and operational by October 2013 with a planned launch in April-June 2014), and also to recognise ongoing revenue donors. This should be through two distinct installations/pieces; however, these could be intrinsically linked.

Fee: circa £10,000

Musical theatre/director/deviser, NHS Bradford, Airdale and Leeds – deadline 12 February

Commission for a Lead artist/director/deviser or company to create a musical theatre production for schools to promote active lifestyles.

Architect/Engineer and Sculptor/Installation Artist, The Grief Series, Yorkshire – deadline 15 January

Ellie Harrison is about to begin work developing the first phase of part 4 of her body of work The Grief Series, and is looking for collaborators.

Architect/Engineer for Part 4 of The Grief Series
Paid (£1000-£2000 dependent on skills/experience) flat fee
Travel expenses will also be provided.

The successful applicant will work collaboratively with a team of performance makers and artists working in sculpture and installation to design and build an interactive installation for public spaces and passing audiences.

Project Coordinator, Hoot Creative Arts, Yorkshire – deadline 14 December

Hoot Creative Arts is an arts and health charitable company offering a range of opportunities for people to get involved in music, dance and other creative activities as a way of improving physical and emotional wellbeing. Hoot is an approved provider and Creative Partner of Kirklees council, Creative Partner to South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust and an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation (NPO). A core staff team of 12 benefits additionally from a range of associate artist input, and the organisation works closely with AiM (Artists in Mind).

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