Contract type: Fixed term until December 2023
Hours: 21hr 45 mins per week (equivalent to 3 days)
Salary: Full time equivalent £25,832 to £29,074 (Actual £15,499 to £17,445) depending on experience
Burnley Youth Theatre are excited to receive funding from the The National Lottery Heritage Fund for this post as part of our Reflections and Revelations: Our People – Our Place – Our Future 50th Anniversary Programme.
In this role you will be responsible for bringing this programme to life through a number of projects and events, including an oral history project, a curated ‘living museum,’ and a heritage theatre performance. This programme crosses the boundaries of arts and heritage, bringing them together in the most creative ways.
In this role they are looking for someone who has experience of managing inclusive arts and heritage projects and has direct experience of working with children, young people and families from diverse communities. You will have strong communication skills and able to work with a range of people from freelance artists to local volunteers.
You will also be responsible for securing further income as match to the programme. No two days are the same at Burnley Youth Theatre, it is a dynamic and exciting place to work and during your time with them you will be supported to develop your career and next steps.
If you are passionate about heritage and working with children and young peopletheye want to hear from you!
Through this recruitment process they are especially keen to hear from applicants who have a lived experience of being marginalised and they value experiences that can help remove barriers to engagement within their organisation. They will provide a warm welcome to you and support you in the role with a full induction programme.
To find out more about this role and to download a recruitment pack, please visit their website here
Closing date for applications: Noon Tuesday 21st June 2022
Interviews: Thursday 30th June 2022