Archive for July 3rd, 2020

Vacancies & Opportunities

Digital Producer, DaDaFest

Part Time (£30-40K pro rata)

We wish to engage a Digital Producer with a range of expertise and experience to guide and support us in producing new digital commissions as well as helping us develop new and existing work and events.

The support will cover work commissioned and presented as part of the DaDaFest International festival in November 2020 and as well as work that forms part of our longer term 2020/21 season of events

You will need to have personal or direct experience of disability and experience of engaging and working closely with partners and artists on the development, production and presentation of digital works across a variety of art forms and platforms for a variety of audiences.

As an organisation with a strong social justice ethos we are constantly striving to broaden the work that we commission, present and support so that it reflects a wider range of voices and a broader intersectionality. We are therefore actively seeking applications from people of colour who can work with us to realise this ambition 

Contract Terms and Conditions

Fixed term, freelance for 14 months with the possibility of extension.

Part-time: a maximum of 840 hours (the equivalent of 120 days at 7 hours per day) to be worked between 1 August 2020 and 30 September 2021. Specific hours and days to be agreed. The fee is £20 per hour

Further information about the job and how to apply is available here

Vacancies & Opportunities

Freelance Fundraiser

Centre of Wellbeing, Training & Culture – Rochdale

Part-time, Commission

Rooted in the communities we serve, Centre of Wellbeing, Training and Culture (CWTC) is a registered charity which has been actively supporting and enabling the diverse communities of Rochdale for nearly 30 years.

Our core objectives are to:

1. Advance public education, understanding and appreciation of multicultural arts and media education in all its forms – using arts as a powerful tool to promote health and wellbeing.

2. Work in partnership to support disadvantaged people across Rochdale Borough through education, recreation, training and health.

Our projects includes awareness of mental health and dementia, providing accredited courses, wellbeing café, work placements and online community channel to support older people, create community champions, develop young people’s potential, and challenge stigma around mental health issues and dementia.

We require a professional fundraiser to support our fundraising strategy to generate income core funding, staff and projects.

The fees and commission is negotiable.

To apply: