Creative Collisions & Young Norfolk Arts Trust are looking for a Project Coordinator to run the Arts Council Funded Young Communicators Yarmouth project. We are looking for a great coordinator, some body that young people can relate to with a good sense of fun, enthusiasm, patience and the ability to get everyone involved. You will need to be a great communicator who is able to work with young people practical and engaging ways and can differentiate for different groups, skills and abilities. You will be highly professional, reliable and well organised. A willingness to work flexibly is essential and the work is likely to involve some evenings and weekends.
What is Young Communicators Yarmouth?
Creative Collisions & Young Norfolk Arts Trust are setting up a new youth communications team for Great Yarmouth. The team will train with artists and high profile creative organisations (National Centre for Writing) (BBC Voices) before reporting on Enjoy – Cultural Education Partnership activities. The team will work with Original Projects to curate a pop up exhibition using a variety of contemporary art forms to showcase their work and celebrate the diverse cultural offer for children & young people in the town. This project will act as a pilot/consultation for a more permanent team. The team will gain a unique critical perspective about Enjoy and Great Yarmouth activity and will be invited to act as the youth voice on the steering group.
The role of the coordinator is to:
Supporting participant recruitment and interviews
Deliver 4 x training days (or equivalent) with artists & media professionals.
Coordinate 12 x assignments with the comms team and Enjoy partners
Coordinate and deliver 20 x twilight meetings in term time.
Plan and deliver a taster day for a second round of recruitment.
Manage relationships with artistic partners.
Report regularly to the project managers.
Support the development of pop up exhibition.
Work with project managers to evaluate the project.
Work with project managers to report to funders.
The project will run from October 2018 – May 2019.
Fees – Total fee £2,500 (to do what is necessary to achieve the above outputs. We estimate that this will take approximately 20 days)
How to apply: Please send your CV and a statement by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (no more than 1 side of A4) describing your relevant experience and why you think that you would be a great for the role. Deadline for applications – Monday 8th October 2018 at 5pm.
Interviews for the role will happen on October 15th at Time and Tide Museum