Community Producer (Online Provision)
Short Term Contract (Nov 2020 – March 2021)
£5700 fee (38 days f.t. equivalent)
We are seeking a Community Producer to:
- Support resident organisations and class providers to produce online versions of their events.
- Facilitate the provision of online classes, rehearsals and events for the local community.
- Create a project to build links between young people and those shielding in the community.
Stanley Halls is seeking a Community Producer to work closely with the Venue Director, and a broad range of community organisations that normally use Stanley Halls, to develop, manage and deliver an online programme of classes, workshops and interactive engagement. The producer will work alongside the Venue Director, and a steering group of stakeholders, to curate the programme and help shape the design of new online platforms.
Running from Nov 2020 – March 2021 this project will support local people’s physical and mental health; as well as help to maintain and strengthen broader community social connections.
Using our existing network of community organisations and resident artists, as well as expanding links to new community partners, the producer will promote engagement in the local area with this new online provision. A particular focus for new partnerships will be the creation of a project to bring together young people with other members of the community who may be shielding; including older people, people with compromised immune systems and disabled people. The producer will engage and train young volunteers to help deliver this part of the programme. Opportunities for collaboration and interaction between community groups will be actively sought out throughout the project.
With a diverse local population in South Norwood, supporting and foregrounding communities of colour, BAMER residents and LGBTQI+ people is central to all our activities at Stanley Halls.
Experience (3 years min) of delivering high quality community arts engagement projects is key to this role. You will be capable of driving projects forward with a hand-on approach, a confident public advocate, and adept at engaging a broad range of stakeholders. Successful candidates will have experience of delivering intergenerational and/or youth community projects. Experience in creating and curating online provision would be of benefit to candidates.
It is worth noting that, due to the nature of the role, physical presence on site at Stanley Halls, and out in the wider community, will be necessary regularly for the successful delivery of on-site classes, events, community engagement etc; though we will support home-working where possible / appropriate. Stanley Halls operates a wide range of measures on site to minimise the risk of Covid-19 transmission.
SPI is an equal opportunities employer and actively promotes diversity in its staff. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified people, regardless of their gender, race, disability, sexual orientation or age. We strongly encourage applications from the BAMER and / or LGBTQI+ communities.
This short-term contract is funded by a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund.
Please submit a C.V. and a personal statement detailing your experience and how it relates specifically to the role as set out in the job description to email@example.com .
All applications will be acknowledged and a shortlist of candidates will be interviewed on Sunday 8th Nov. (If you can’t make this date let us know in your application and we will try to find another time if we wish to call you for interview.)
Submission Deadline 4pm on Friday 30th October
Summission Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews Sunday 8th November