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Creative Academies Network is a multi-layered organisation that supports the development of children & young people to reach their full potential through Cultural Education, Creative Practice & Civic Leadership as a catalyst for cultural, social and economic change.
To achieve our mission we have set five core goals
We are providing Jobs, Work Experience, Youth Leadership & Volunteering opportunities across the Black Country.
We are seeking to appoint an energetic and motivating individual that has the passion for social media, digital marketing, campaigning. You will have an important role in our team to ensure that we co-design, co-develop, co-deliver and co-disseminate the right message online and offline.
Please download the job description and specification. Click apply to be taken to the apprenticeship website.
Deadline: All applications must be received no later than 12 noon on Friday 18th December 2018.
To apply please email Nicola_Farrow@sandwell.gov.uk or for general enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be provided with a link to the apprenticeship website.
On the behalf of Sandwell Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP) and Arts Connect, we are seeking to appoint an individual or organisation to undertake an exciting role as ‘Development Coordinator’.
To apply: Please provide CV and two page cover letter providing an insight into your experience, approach to this role and a key milestone plan to Lucy Carlton-Walker – email@example.com using the subject heading “Sandwell LCEP DC”.
Deadline: Friday 4th January 2019 – 5pm (Late submissions will not be considered)
Interview: To be scheduled 24th & 25th January 2019. Please consider when making your submission. Additional information: Lucy Carlton-Walker – firstname.lastname@example.org / 0121 446 3204
This role is funded by Arts Connect through Arts Council England and administered by Creative Academies Network (CAN) on the behalf of Sandwell Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP).
On the behalf of Sandwell Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP) and Arts Connect, we are seeking to appoint an individual or organisation to undertake an exciting commission ‘Creative Conversations’.
This commission aims to consult the formal and informal education sectors in Sandwell to identify the needs, gaps, strengths and potential developments to inform SCEP’s Education Strategy and Action Plan. The commission will establish how children/young people and their related establishments are engaging with arts, culture and heritage in Sandwell.
To apply: Please provide CV and two-page cover letter providing an insight into your experience and approach to this commission and presentation of the findings, along with an indicative budget of how you would allocate the commission fee and a proposed timeline.
Additional information: Please attach any samples of previous Mapping or similar commissions as well as outline numbers of your expected engagement.
Submission: email@example.com using the subject heading “Sandwell CEP Creative Conversations” or via post to Creative Academies Network, YMCA Western Gateway, 38 Carter’s Green. West Bromwich. B70 9LG
General Enquries: Please contact Jerrel Jackson (SCEP Chair and CEO of Creative Academies Network) via firstname.lastname@example.org or 0121 524 3232
Deadline: Friday 11th January 2019 @ 10am
This activity is funded by Arts Connect through Arts Council England and administered by Creative Academies Network on behalf of Sandwell Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP).
Youth Ambassador (Youth Management Board)
Creative Academies Network (CAN) has an exciting opportunity for up to twelve creative, passionate and dedicated 16 – 26 year olds to form its Youth Management Board (YMB). These voluntary positions will help steer the direction of CAN and play an integral role in ensuring CAN continues to engage with young people from across Sandwell, Wolverhampton, Walsall and Dudley (Black Country).
Successful applicants will commit to a 12-month position on the YMB and attend at least 10 meetings per year, as well as participate in training and other engagement activities to support your own personal development that will feed into the responsibilities of the YMB. In addition you may select to sit on our specific project steering committees.
Acting as ambassadors for CAN, the YMB will be invited to get involved and support CAN to ensure that young people are central to our future. In addition, it is essential that you can demonstrate a clear commitment to the development of young people and local communities across the Black Country. The successful young person must either currently live, work or learn in Sandwell, Wolverhampton, Walsall or Dudley. Have enthusiasm for one or more of the following:
During the 12-month period all Youth Management Board Members will have a series of opportunities made available in order to help develop leadership potential, knowledge of sector and business management. As this is a development role, we are seeking varied young people at different stages of their journey/career, but loads of energy and enthusiasm is a requirement. Due to the nature of the YMB, evening and weekend attendance/work may be required.
If you are interested and passionate about the opportunity, please down our application or submit a short 3 minute video (no technical skills required) or schedule a telephone interview, that responds to the following.
It is important to us that formal processes are not considered as a barrier, so we are happy to arrange a telephone conversation about this opportunity.
All success shortlisted submissions will be required to attend a group session.
CAN is strongly committed to diversity. We strive to recruit, retain and advance people of all backgrounds so that our workforce reflects the diversity of our communities. For more information, please email email@example.com