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Looking for a job in the arts in Bristol? Work with Knowle West Media Centre. Vacancies at the moment include creative technology, youth work and freelance design opportunities.

1. Job vacancy: Creative Technology Assistant

Salary: £21,717 – £24,432, depending on experience
Hours: full time, 37 hours per week

The Creative Technology Assistant will be working in a busy digital, multimedia setting covering all aspects relating to the care and maintenance of IT systems, audio, visual, printers and network equipment across the organisation. The Creative Technology Assistant will prepare, operate and maintain technical equipment, keeping detailed records as required.

This role has a broad remit, requiring a flexible approach, a curious mind and excellent problem solving abilities. The post-holder will bring both creative input and technical knowledge to their work and needs to be approachable, efficient and informed as they will play a pivotal role in supporting a wide range of activities, projects and individuals across the organisation.

Please read the Job Description and complete the Application Form and Monitoring Form before emailing completed applications to: michaela@kwmc.org.uk

Deadline for receipt of applications: 9am on Monday 25th September 2017
Interviews expected to be held Thursday 28th September 2017

Knowle West Media Centre is committed to equal opportunities.

2. Sessional Youth Workers

KWMC is looking to recruit 2 Sessional Youth Work staff: a Female Sessional Youth Worker (Music) and a Sessional Youth Worker (Creative Technology).

Both youth workers are expected to play a key role in delivering an exciting and engaging programme of work as part of Jump Studios – KWMC’s programme for young people aged 10-25.

The *female sessional youth worker will support our Tuesday evening music programme XLR Sessions and will take the lead in encouraging more local young women and girls into music – particularly composition, engineering and digital production.

The sessional youth worker will support our creative tech session Control Alt Delete on Mondays and our creative media arts session Creative Hub on Wednesdays.

Both roles require people who are full of enthusiasm and have a passion for supporting young people to develop their skills and ideas. We are keen to work with people who are excited by the idea of bringing new technology, arts and music into a learning space and inspiring young people to reach their potential.

You will be creative, practical, confident, and able to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with young people, parents, KWMC staff and volunteers, associate workers, partner organisations and stakeholders.

*There is an Occupational Requirement for the postholder to be female (exemption under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1, Para 1).

If you are interested please read through the role descriptions Female Sessional Youth Worker (Music) and Sessional Youth Worker (Creative Technology) and then send your CV and a covering letter, explaining why you think you’d be the perfect fit, to Mena Fombo.

We will be meeting shortlisted applicants on a rolling basis, so don’t delay, apply now! Final applications and interview dates for:

Role A – Female Sessional Youth Worker (Music)
Applications to be received by: Midday, Monday 11th September 2017
Interviews:  13th/14th September 2017

Role B – Sessional Youth Worker (Creative Technology)
Applications to be received by: Midday Tuesday 19th September 2017
Interviews – ongoing until 21st September 2017

3. Freelance opportunities for emerging creatives

Eight is our supported employment platform for emerging creatives and the Eight team are looking for web developers to join them on a project-by-project freelance basis.

Eight champions diversity in the creative sectors and aims to break the cycle of creatives needing work experience to get a job – and not being able to get a job because they can’t get any experience! Clients commission Eight to undertake a range of projects, including shooting videos, building websites, designing flyers and taking photographs. Recently Eight began delivering immersive workshops and providing Virtual Reality/360 video too.

As part of any commission Eight provides paid ‘on-the-job’ training for emerging creatives by partnering them with experienced professionals. Clients receive high quality work at competitive rates, while emerging creatives learn, earn and develop their portfolios.

No previous job experience is necessary to work with Eight, just a portfolio of work demonstrating your ability. Eight is currently looking for people with the following skills:

Web developers (front and back end)
Knowledge of HTML/CSS/JavaScript, UX, WordPress,
Experience working with content management systems desirable
Graphic designers  and illustrators
Experience working with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign

If you’re aged 18+ and want to further your career in the creative industries please contact Jen or Noomi to register your interest in being part of Eight. Eight is particularly keen to hear from groups that are under-represented in the creative industries, including residents of South Bristol and BS4 postcodes, and BAME, disabled and LGBTQ creatives.

Contact Us

Knowle West Media Centre
Leinster Avenue
Knowle West
Bristol
BS4 1NL
+44 (0) 117 903 0444
enquiries@kwmc.org.uk

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