Jobs & Opportunities

Here's where you'll find all out latest opportunities to work with us, or be part of one of our latest projects.

If you are interested, or want to learn more about the opportunities please contact James Hodgson on

Jobs & Opportunities


  • Programme Coordinator (Part-Time, Fixed Term 6 Months)

    We're looking for an enthusiastic new member of our team, our Programme Coordinator.

    The Programme Coordinator is a brand new role, which will play a pivotal part in our small team, helping to deliver our programme and ensure administrative processes support a wide range of projects. As Programme Coordinator, you will work with the Managing Director, assisting in day-to-day running of the charity. This will be a varied and exciting role with a mix of responsibilities, including office and project administration, marketing, running events and assisting the MD in delivering our diverse programme. The role offers a supportive environment to take the lead with responsibility for specific projects.

    For full information about the role, download the Job Description and Person Specification

    JD, Programme Coordinator (Word)

    JD, Programme Coordinator (PDF)

    To apply, complete the application form and return alongside your CV and a completed Equality and Diversity Form to

    Application Form (Word)

    Application Form (PDF)

    Equal Opps Monitoring Form (Word)

    Deadline for applications: 11:59pm on Sunday 10 October 2021


  • Volunteer Creative Mentors

    We are currently seeking expressions of interest to be part of a group of Volunteer Mentors for a new programme we hope to run in 2021-22. This programme will support young aspiring artists and creatives from all disciplines to break into the industry, and continue to follow their creative careers following the devastating impact of Covid-19.

    The programme, subject to funding, will match young people with a Mentor, who will meet regularly (online or in person depending on restrictions) to set goals and targets. Volunteer Mentors will be recruited from a diverse array of experiences and backgrounds, but you should have a good knowledge of your field in the arts; this might be as an artist, or a professional in the industry (i.e. Technician, Project Manager).

    The programme will also offer a range of masterclasses and workshops- it is likely some Volunteer Mentors will have the opportunity to run some of these (paid).

    If you are interested, or want to learn more about the opportunity, the commitments or the role itself, please contact James Hodgson on