Reeltime Music are looking for a committed, creative, conscientious and caring individual to lead the delivery of an exciting new project. This is an opportunity for an experienced multi-artform co-ordinator to work with communities in North Lanarkshire to explore how creativity can help address challenges and opportunities resulting from COVID-19.
Reeltime Music, working closely with Voluntary Action North Lanarkshire, have been granted £138,777 through Creative Scotland’s Culture Collective programme. The project will “explore ways in which arts and creativity can help address challenges and opportunities which have arisen or grown through the impact of COVID-19.”
The programme focuses on community-led and participatory projects, which could take various forms. These include (but are not limited to) categories such as artist-in-residence programmes, reactivating the use of community venues, spaces or assets, exhibitions, concerts and performances, festivals and participatory events etc.
Based in North Lanarkshire, the post-holder will be responsible for all aspects of this Culture Collective funded project. This includes building partnerships, contracting and supporting creative practitioners. It also includes managing the project budget, monitoring and evaluation activities, and participating in the national Culture Collective network.
The role is integral to the project and will require a conscientious, committed, caring and creative individual to deliver successful outcomes.
North Lanarkshire Carers Together pledges to improve the lives of carers within North Lanarkshire by actively linking carers and professionals in meaningful working relationships to influence policy development and service provision, which affect carers and the people they care for.
We are the campaigning, information and carer representation organisation for unpaid carers in North Lanarkshire. We work in partnership with Health and Social Care North Lanarkshire and other community and voluntary organisations, to ensure that unpaid carers are informed of their rights and are aware of the range of services that can support them in their caring role. In response to carers’ needs, we are now recruiting an Advocacy Co-ordinator to develop and deliver a new independent advocacy service for adult carers in North Lanarkshire.
If you have proven experience in the field of independent advocacy, have an understanding of the issues facing unpaid carers and would relish the challenge of helping to shape a new service for and with carers, then we are interested in hearing from you.
If you would wish to discuss any aspect of the post please email Colin Smith email@example.com with contact details.
The post is for a fixed term to 31st March 2023, however there may be the opportunity to continue the post subject to further funding.
The post will be subject to an Enhanced PVG Disclosure.