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ARTSJOBS Digest for Saturday, September 09, 2006.


12. Facilitator/Performer - Croydon
14. New Work Network is recruiting a Co-ordinator (Maternity Cover)
24. Temporary Film and Live Music Press Officer - ICA, London


Subject: Facilitator/Performer - Croydon
From: "Barbara Hughes" <baronmkh_at_hotmail_dot_com>
Date: Thu,  7 Sep 2006 15:49:48 -0000
X-Message-Number: 12

Facilitator/Performer - Croydon

Specialist in Southern African music 20,000 for 1 year contract from October 2006

Drum Jam Ltd are seeking a Facilitator/Performer to deliver African drumming
workshops with particular emphasis on music of the Southern African region, in a
range of school and community settings for children and young people as well as
team building events for corporate companies.  In addition, the suitable candidate
will be required for performances for corporate events, communities, schools,
festivals etc.

The main focus of this post is to facilitate the up and coming Reaching Out
project for the Drum Jam Community Circles.  We will deliver a programme of weekly
African drumming and dance workshops which will culminate in a number of
performances.

We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative workshop leader, with at least 2
years workshop and performance experience in the music, dance and cultures of
Southern Africa with particular emphasis on South Africa.  The ideal candidate
will also be highly experienced in African drumming, singing and storytelling. In
addition, the suitable candidate must have proven experience in planning,
organising and delivering workshops to children, young people and adults of all
abilities.  Qualifications and own transport are an advantage, but not essential.

The ideal candidate must be fluent in and have a deep understanding of a number of
Southern African languages and traditions for the purpose of translating songs,
stories and expressing the cultures of this region.  A flexible approach is also
necessary as the role requires evening and weekend work.

Please note that since the position advertised requires the successful applicant
to work with children, he/she will be required to undergo enhanced Criminal
Records Bureau (CRB) checks prior to appointment.

For further information and job description, please email Barbara Hughes at:
mailto:info_at_drumjam_dot_co_dot_uk or write to Drum Jam Ltd, 59 Goodwin Close, Chelmsford,
CM2 9GX quoting REF: FP002
For further information about Drum Jam Ltd please access our website
http://www.drumjam.co.uk

CLOSING DATE: Friday 29nd September 2006
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Subject: New Work Network is recruiting a Co-ordinator (Maternity Cover)
From: "New Work Network" <sophie_at_newworknetwork_dot_org_dot_uk>
Date: Thu,  7 Sep 2006 16:16:32 -0000
X-Message-Number: 14

New Work Network is recruiting a Co-ordinator
(Maternity Cover - for 6 months, with possible extension to 12 months)
27,250 per annum, pro rata, full time for 37.5 hours/week

New Work Network is a national, artist-led support organisation bringing together
people working in live art, contemporary performance and interdisciplinary
practice in England.

The New Work Network Co-ordinator works closely with the Board of Directors to
ensure the effective operation and continued development of New Work Network. This
is a senior role that involves management of staff, strategic development work,
fundraising, project development, members' services development, advocacy and
general management of all aspects of the organisation.

New Work Network is committed to equality of opportunity in all recruitment
procedures.

New Work Network's offices are based in East London.

To request a full job description and application pack:
Email: mailto:info_at_newworknetwork_dot_org_dot_uk or Call: 020 7729 5779

http://www.newworknetwork.org.uk

Closing date for applications 5pm on Monday 9th October 2006

New Work Network is supported by Arts Council England
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Subject: Temporary Film and Live Music Press Officer - ICA, London
From: "Emma Pettit" <emmap_at_ica_dot_org_dot_uk>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 16:29:53 +0100
X-Message-Number: 24

TEMPORARY FILM AND LIVE MUSIC PRESS OFFICER REQUIRED AT THE ICA

The Institute of Contemporary Arts' (ICA) Communications department is
looking for a freelance arts press officer, to work full-time in its
press office for 3 months, from mid-November 2006, to mid-February 2007.

The role would  primarily be to cover the ICA's film and performing arts
publicity (including live music, club nights and live digital events)
during this period as well as to prepare campaigns for  future 2007
projects and to work strategically with the senior press officer and
marketing director on other areas of the ICA programme where relevant.

The ICA releases a number of films a year theatrically through its film
distribution arm, ICA Films. ICA Cinemas also offer a combination of
exhibition only titles, seasons, festivals and special events. The ICA's
Performing Arts department offers a wide range of live music and club
nights each month, together with a unique selection of live performance
and digital arts events.

The position is an in-house, full time, role, and the candidate would be
required to start in early November, including a two day hand-over
period.

Interested candidates must have a minimum of 3 years experience working
in a busy press office and excellent contacts within print and broadcast
media, particularly in the areas of music and film. Please send a CV and
covering letter to The Administrator, ICA, 12 Carlton House Terrace,
London SW1; fax 020 7873 0051; email mailto:administrator_at_ica_dot_org_dot_uk

Further information on the ICA's current and forthcoming programmes can
be found at http://www.ica.org.uk/
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