QTIBPOC Creatives

Youth Worker Job Advert

Application Deadline: 5pm, Friday 4 June 2021

Interviews: 17 – 18 June 2021

Duckie is looking for a Youth Worker to drive and develop a 2-year QTIBPOC Youth Theatre based at St Paul’s Church Hall in Hackney

This is a Paul Hamlyn Foundation funded Explore and Test programme, developed with producer Kayza Rose

2.5 days per week over a 2-year period

Wages: £15,000 per year

Based in London

Job Advert

This role will involve community outreach and partnership building, identifying and recruiting participants, coordinating the programme of activities, delivering the evaluation and monitoring programme, convening a steering group and delivering a final showcase event

The right candidate will have at least three years’ experience in youth work, with a particular interest in the experiences of working class QTIBPOC (Queer, Trans, Intersex, Black & People of Colour) who have not previously had access to arts higher education

The post holder will be the driving force behind this project and will take a strong leadership role to drive the programme through a 2-year explore and test period where the project model will be refined and improved over time

To apply for the role, download the Job Description and Person Specification

Read the Job Description carefully to ensure you have the right experience and then:

Complete the online application form

Applications are encouraged from a diverse range of people and backgrounds

We appoint solely on the basis of ability and guarantee to interview all applicants who appear to meet the criteria for this appointment

The project is funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England

In 2018 this project had an original pilot run for 25 weeks and performances were presented at Latitude Festival and Rich Mix 

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