Are you passionate about engaging different people in performing arts activities? Do you enjoy project management?
Sadler's Wells is a world-leading creative organisation dedicated to dance in all its forms. Our mission is to make and share dance that inspires us all.
Sadler’s Wells has a track record of delivering imaginative learning & engagement opportunities in dance, to support, enrich and extend the reach of our work and engage with new audiences.
We are looking for a Learning & Engagement Officer who will plan and deliver strands of our community engagement work such as Culture Club and Family Fridays. You’ll also work closely with the Learning & Engagement Manager on coordinating activities in the community and as part of our Associate Schools programme. You’ll be a champion for access and inclusion, working on our access performances and events to enhance the experience of our D/deaf and disabled customers.
You will have: project management experience in arts education and/or community engagement; experience of developing opportunities to provide access to the arts for D/deaf and disabled people, and; an understanding of safeguarding and working with children, young people, and vulnerable adults.
For more information, please go to the following link - https://sadl.rs/3LZy2jy
Closing date for completed applications is 11:59pm GMT on 25 May 2022. Interviews will take place in the week commencing Monday 6 June 2022. We hope for the role to start as soon as possible.
We are committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and actively encourage applications from Black, Asian and those belonging to ethnic groups that are currently underrepresented within the Arts. Applications from deaf and disabled communities and low socio-economic backgrounds are also welcome. As a user of the Disability Confident Scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in the Job Pack.
Sadler’s Wells also works collaboratively with Parents in Performing Arts (PiPA) in efforts to support parents and carers within the industry.