We’re looking for a Young People’s Coordinator to oversee the delivery of our Young People’s programme and support with the development of Communities activities.
CLOSING DATE FRI 24 MAR
The Young People’s Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the delivery of our Young People’s programme and will support with the development of Communities activities. These Creative Engagement programmes connect local communities, young people and families with Rich Mix’s delivery of ‘Culture for a Changing City’.
Our Young People’s offer, New Creatives, is aimed at 16-24-year-olds in East London, particularly in Tower Hamlets, and is a nine-month modular training and personal development programme supporting young people to gain employment in the arts and creative sector. The Young People’s Coordinator, bringing good knowledge of networks in Tower Hamlets, will develop and drive the creative vision of these programmes, developing Rich Mix as a safe haven where young people can grow, express themselves and open up new pathways through creativity and connection.
The Young People’s Coordinator is responsible for the overall project coordination, workshop facilitation and outreach to the Young People’s programme. Working with the Creative Engagement, Programming and Development teams, they will also support with the development of the Communities programme, which engages families, children and adults in participatory courses, workshops and activities. They will develop relationships with local organisations and community operators primarily in Tower Hamlets.
HOW TO APPLY
You can download the job description – featuring key responsibilities and the person specification, summarising terms & conditions, with details on how to apply – via the black downloads block on this page.
Please also complete our Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form. This information will be kept confidential and will be used in the progress towards widening diversity among our work force.
Rich Mix is a dynamic arts centre and creative hub in the heart of Shoreditch in east London.
Launched in 2006, we connect some of the city’s most adventurous and diverse audiences to a vital, exciting and ambitious programme of contemporary culture.
Our wide-ranging programme consists of around 400 events every year and includes live music, performance, dance, spoken word, theatre and exhibitions as well as new release studio and independent cinema across our three screens. Through our Creative Engagement programmes, we develop and facilitate the creative potential of young people and wide-ranging communities from across east London.