Tees Valley Arts is seeking a musician to recruit, support and develop a group of people from newly arrived communities, with a view to a performance during Refugee Week (w/c 19th June). The ‘Worldbeaters’ project is supported by legacy funding from the Northern Rock Foundation.
The Worldbeaters project will use music to identify and bring together a group of people (c6 -10 persons) from diverse and newly arrived communities, to support them to develop their music/ song-writing/ performance skills, so that they can perform their ‘piece/s’ at a TVA event (details and date tbc) during Refugee Week (19 – 25th June 2017).
It is vital that the project is open, welcoming and inclusive; that people in difficult and vulnerable circumstances are supported and made to feel welcome; that participants and workers from other organisations who support them are treated with respect; and that everyone taking part is able to grow in confidence, as individuals and as a collaborative group.
Duration: Please see brief for timetable
Please send your CV (no more than TWO sides of A4) and a letter of application (no more than ONE side of A4) that states your relevant experience and suitability for the role.
- You will be responsible for your own transport to sessions and meetings.
- You will need to provide evidence of public liability insurance at the point of the awarding of contract.
Your application must arrive by 10am Tuesday 28th February 2017.
Send applications to:
Tees Valley Arts
Royal Middlehaven House
21 Gosford Street
Or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: email applications are preferred.
Selection will be made Tuesday 28th February 2017. (TVA may hold interviews on Friday 3rd March if we think it’s necessary).
For any further information, please contact Rowena Sommerville, TVA CEO, on 01642 264 655 or email@example.com