Articulate is seeking your input and support for care experienced young Scots ...
Studio Assistant (LTU054)
35 hours per week for 26 weeks at Real Living Wage.
Closing date - Thursday 22 September. Interview Date - Tuesday 27 September. Start date - Monday 3 October.
The kind of person we’re looking for loves working in a team towards the common goal of improving the world around us. You’re already passionate (or are keen to learn more) about inclusion, fairness and the creative industries. You will be excited to learn about our projects and approach and about the prospect of playing a significant role in a small but ambitious charity. You will be up for a challenge and will enjoy the support of an experienced, dynamic and friendly team.
General studio administration, ordering supplies, liaising with the core team and project staff.
Meeting and greeting visitors, booking workshops and rooms, preparing for projects.
Responding to emails, visitor and telephone enquiries.
Maintenance of filing system, stationery, post, and keeping the studio clean, tidy and organised.
Support the team on projects, courses, with tech and events or workshop planning including booking travel, and/or accommodation, organising catering, for network participants.
Support project staff with project administration, including calendar management and internal rotas.
Data input and maintenance of online systems.
Develop and update administrative systems to make them more efficient.
Support core and project staff with website updates and social media.
The full job description is available here.
The LTU application and eligibility form is available here and must be completed and submitted by the deadline of noon on 22 September.
This vacancy is only available through No One Left Behind LTU programme.
All applicants MUST be resident in Glasgow, aged 25 years plus and 12 months or more out of work and not in education or training and who would, without significant investment, struggle to secure/sustain employment and experiencing additional barriers to securing employment e.g. carer, BAME, disability, etc.
Articulate is looking to recruit new Trustees to support the development of the charity's strategic direction, quality assurance, risk management, fund-raising and good governance in line with our ambitious ten-year plan.
We would particularly benefit from input by people with lived experience of the care system and we'd also benefit hugely from the guidance of a Trustee from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background*. ACT is committed to diversity and inclusion but at present, we have no Trustees of colour. We are very keen to address this deficit and welcome applicants from ethnically diverse communities.
* We acknowledge that these terms are far from perfect and are following conversations closely in the sector.
You can read about the Board and our current Trustees here.
The job description for the Trustee role is here. If you would like to know more please don't hesitate to get in touch.
‘I look forward to watching Articulate continue to soar and pioneer new ways of supporting marginalised young people to thrive through creativity. It's been an honour to be part of this movement and a joy serving as a Trustee. I’m proud of everyone - especially our hugely talented young people. I can’t wait to see them fly higher!’
Dr Eve Hepburn, Founding Trustee, January 2017 to May 2020
As part of the recruitment process, we need to gather information about applicants. By submitting your application, you agree to Articulate collecting and storing your information. Your application will only be accessed by the Articulate team. We will store applications for six months after the application deadline, at which point they will be safely removed from our system.