Cultural Co-operation invites organisations to tender for a year-long contract to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of a Heritage Lottery Fund supported training programme in all its particulars and of its widerimpact.
CC is an arts and heritage charity based in London. It has developed an exciting heritage skills training project - "Strengthening Our Common Life by nurturing heritage skills" (SOCL) that offers the opportunity to achieve a QCF Level 3 Diploma in Cultural Heritage through undertaking a customised work-based learning programme.
Having successfully completed the first round of traineeships in November 2011, CC was subsequently awarded a grant to run a second SOCL project (SOCL2). SOCL2 comprises 14 traineeships hostedby a consortium of 13 top heritage organisations, including Southbank Centre and Historic Royal Palaces.
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CC's mission is realised through long-established programmes: the summer Music Village festival; an Artist Network comprising 1,000 London-based creative practitioners from 80 national and faith communities; a year-round Education Programme uniting schools, museums and artists; and an accredited Heritage Skills Training programme for young people from diverse backgrounds, delivered in partnership with leading heritage organisations.
CC seeks to scale up these programmes significantly over the next 3-5 years, and requires a skilled and enthusiastic Deputy Director to act as a committed deputy to the CE, who is also the Director of Programmes.
Salary: £36,000pa rising to £40,000 over 3 years
The Job Decription and Diversity Monitoring Form can be downloaded below:
Click here to apply. You will be asked to complete a short online form before the application can be downloaded. This is purely for internal monitoring and the information will not be used for marketing purposes.
Deadline: 5.30pm, Thursday 30th May 2013
We are looking for highly motivated volunteers to support our small team. We are looking for volunteers with interest and experience in the following areas:
1. Arts administration, event production and stewarding
2. Photography & video production and editing
3. Marketing, press and social media
If you are interested please send us your updated CV and a short cover letter stating your area(s) of interest and the reason why you would like to volunteer for us, to : firstname.lastname@example.org with "Volunteer application + your name" in the subject line.
Please note we need you to be available for 1, 2 or 3 days per week (Monday to Friday), depending on the area of work.
We are a small and friendly team and hope to make your volunteering experience as rewarding as possible.
We also offer a limited number of placements available for students who wish to gain work experience in the arts and heritage sector. Enquiries should be directed to email@example.com providing an updated CV, a brief outline of your areas of interest and the desired outcomes of the placement.