Vacancies at Odd Arts

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Vacancies at Odd Arts

Odd Arts, Manchester-based leaders in issue and evidence based arts work within criminal justice and community settings, are currently recruiting a Project Worker and a Project Leader.

PROJECT WORKER

Responsible for: The development and delivery of new and existing Odd Arts Projects.

Main duties:

  • To plan, and deliver drama and creative workshops with vulnerable and hard-to- reach groups. (young people and adults)
  • Working with a range of groups to identify their needs and then adapting projects to meet these needs;
  • To evaluate projects.
  • To become an active member of Odd Arts in developing and facilitating creative and issue- based workshops in the Criminal Justice System, health, community and education networks.
  • Working creatively within a team
  • To represent Odd Arts at any relevant meetings, presentations and conferences.
  • To work to ensure Odd Arts working practice is of the highest possible quality.
  • Acceptance of flexible working hours and willingness to work away on projects
  • Any other appropriate activity.

The salary for this post will be £18,000 – £21,000 pro rata depending on experience.
More information and how to apply.

 

PROJECT LEADER

Responsible for: The development, delivery and management of new and existing Odd Arts Projects.

Main duties:

  • To plan, deliver and manage drama and creative workshops with vulnerable and hard-to- reach groups. (young people and adults)
  • To project manage arts based programmes
  • Working with a range of groups to identify their needs and then adapting projects to meet these needs;
  • To generate proposals, budgets and evaluations for projects.
  • To become an active member of Odd Arts in developing, managing and facilitating creative and issue- based workshops in the Criminal Justice System, health, community and education networks.
  • Working creatively within a team, being able to lead and manage volunteers and support workers.
  • To represent Odd Arts at any relevant meetings, presentations and conferences.
  • To work to ensure Odd Arts working practice is of the highest possible quality.
  • Acceptance of flexible working hours and willingness to work away on projects
  • Any other appropriate activity.

The salary for this post will be £21,000 – £25,000 pro rata depending on experience.
More information and how to apply.

 

 

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