Knowle West Media Centre enables creativity, innovation and positive social change, supporting communities, artists, and people of all ages to make the changes they want to see in their lives and neighbourhoods. This social purpose is at the heart of everything we do at KWMC Leinster Avenue and KWMC The Factory.
We offer varied and challenging roles to people who want to help us achieve our objectives – whether you’re an expert in finance, digital manufacturing or technology, a community worker or creative producer. We also have a diverse range of other opportunities – such as professional development schemes and artist residencies.
Salary £29,908 full-time
Salary for 30 hours a week equates to £24,250 per annum
Are you passionate about creative business? Do you want to make a difference? Be at the forefront of supporting new enterprises and developing exciting programmes to help them grow? Are you an organised project manager, can you manage budgets, value inclusion and diversity and want to work with a dedicated hardworking and creative team? Then this could be the role for you.
The South Bristol Enterprise Support (SBES) Programme is a regional ERDF/CLG Funded Programme to support the creation and development of businesses, products and employment opportunities in the South Bristol Area. KWMC The Factory is a partner in this programme whose focus is in supporting creative and digital manufacturing business from a pre-start up to SME status and beyond.
KWMC The Factory seeks a Creative Enterprise Project Manager with the experience, creativity and drive to devise and deliver a regional creative business support programme and associated entrepreneurial support activity. The role will focus on the delivery of targeted activity to support individuals, pre-start and early stage SME’s in the formation of digital fabrication businesses (including sole-traders), supporting product lifecycles and onward growth journeys.
For more information please read the Application Pack
Then complete the Application Form and email it to email@example.com
Applications to be received by 9am Monday 27th September
Knowle West Media Centre (KWMC) is seeking a writer who identifies as working-class, and has experience of working in and with communities, to participate in an exciting mini residency in Knowle West. Applications are welcomed from one or more areas of creative writing, from writers, storytellers, scriptwriters, poets, spoken word or other artists working with words and from writers at different stages of their careers. The residency is part of the new Working-Class Writers Festival and is funded by Arts Council England. Find out more HERE
For more information and how to apply please click HERE to read the Writers in Residence Brief.
Salary £23,507 full-time
Salary for 15 hours a week equates to £9,530 per annum
Join the young peoples team
Are you looking to join an amazing team to work with young people to raise confidence and aspirations whilst inspiring them to be more creative? Are you someone that can build good relationships with young people, especially young women? Would you like to mentor young women to get involved in more creative and tech projects? If you said yes to this, then our new job is for you!
We are looking for someone join our team as soon as possible! You will be part of the delivery team in Jump Studios with a focus on inspiring more young women into our Future Legacy Project and our other creative programmes. We are looking for someone with youth work experience and an understanding of local communities. You will work on our after schools projects – Control Alt Delete, Maker City and Creative Hub as well as having a crucial role in our Future Legacy Project. We are looking for someone with some experience in photography, filmmaking, creative technology and mixed arts for this role. You need to be up for trying new things and delivering a range of mixed art sessions.
This is a fixed term contract of 12 months. Hours will be 1:30 – 6:30pm Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.
This post is funded by Future Legacy Project which is a programme aimed at inspiring and mentoring young women between 16 – 18 therefore we require a woman for this role.
For more information please download the Project Coordinator (YP & Arts)
To apply, please send a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please also complete our online anonymous Equalities Monitoring Form – the information you share will not be stored with, or linked to, your submission. Completing the form helps us understand whether we are reaching people from a range of backgrounds through our promotion of this opportunity.
Deadline: 15th September 2022 at 9am. Start date ASAP.
We welcome and encourage applications from those currently underrepresented in our workforce and in the arts community; particularly working class people, people of colour, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender people, and disabled people (as defined by the Equality Act 2010). We are committed to managing a fair and equitable recruitment process.
We guarantee an interview for anyone who identifies as one or more of the above and fulfils the minimum requirements of the role. If you would like this to be a consideration in your application, please indicate in your submission.
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