FABRIC is seeking a Yuva Gati Coordinator to co-ordinate FABRIC’s Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) Yuva Gati programme, working to deliver a programme of high quality, develop outreach provision, build student engagement, and ensure the student journey is well supported.
£26,250 per annum pro rata
Birmingham B5 4TB, or Nottingham NG3 2AR
Fixed Term, 2 days per week (14 hours), 10 months (Mid-October 2023 to Mid-August 2024)
Closing date for applications: Monday 2 October, 9am
Interview: w/c 9 October in Birmingham
FABRIC is a strategic dance development organisation based in Birmingham and Nottingham, whose vision is to inspire people through dance, transforming lives, communities and places.
The Centre for Advanced Training is a dedicated part-time training programme for young people aged 11-18, supporting their dance training and career development, in either Contemporary or South Asian styles. Led by FABRIC, in partnership with Sampad South Asian Arts and Heritage, the programme offers means-tested places funded by the Department of Education.
We are looking for candidates with proven experience of effective administration or project work, preferably within the arts; relevant experience or qualification in dance; knowledge of the regional and UK South Asian dance sector, and dance progression routes; and experience of supporting young people and building their engagement in project activity.
You will also need excellent interpersonal and communication skills; highly developed organisational and administration skills; and an inclusive, collaborative, proactive, solution-focused approach.
If you feel you fit our brief, we’d love to hear from you!
Before applying please read the full Job Description and Person Specification – download below
FABRIC thrives on the passion, creativity, and commitment of all the people we work with, and we are committed to celebrating difference in all aspects of our makeup, governance and work output. We strive to be an inclusive organisation. We recognise the positive values of diversity, promote equality, and challenge all forms of discrimination. We are particularly keen to hear from candidates reflecting a broad range of voices, opinions, and experiences across age, class, disability, gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation.
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How to Apply
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FABRIC is an inclusive employer who is actively seeking to employ people currently under-represented in the creative and cultural sector. Registered charity no. 1196368.