Creative Delivery Assistant (Freelance), Oxford Cultural Education Partnership


We are excited to launch theFeeling Safe: Young People, Wellbeing and the Arts in Oxfordshireproject. The overall aim of the Feeling Safe project is to support young people to improve their mental and physical health, following the difficulties created by the Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns. We hope projects will allow young people to experience increased agency and leadership skills through their involvement, whilst building confidence by taking part in Digital Badges, Arts Award and Artsmark.

We are currently seeking a dynamic, creative and enthusiastic Creative Delivery Assistant to support our Artist-Led workshops in Schools. Delivered by professional artists, these creative workshops will take place throughout the 5 districts of Oxfordshire, supporting young people to use art to support positive mental health and working towards the national Art Bytes competition.

As Creative Delivery Assistant you will:

  • Support the artist with the practical creative projects in 10 school settings across Oxfordshire (approx 2 x day delivery per school).
  • Liaise with the artists and project team to gain a full understanding of project aims, content and structure and help with logistic aspects including set up, delivery and clear up of workshops.
  • You will also contribute and support the projects evaluation process including recording evidence of workshops (i.e photographs / film with permission) as required.


  • The role is for for 16 days (this includes 14 days supporting and 2 for pre-meetings and evaluation). Delivery days are 24thJan – Friday 18thFeb 2022
  • The Fee is £125 per day, up to a maximum fee of £2000, and includes all expenses. This will be paid on agreed schedule over the period of the contract. This work is offered as a freelance contract, for a fixed fee including VAT and all expenses related to the project.  


For a full brief please email

Please send letter of application, no longer than 600 words, outlining your experience and suitability for the post as referenced above, a CV and two references to Liz Fraser-Betts at by the Friday 14th January at 9am

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