Drama Support Worker
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Fixed Term : Full Time to July 2004
This post is resourced by the Health Improvement Fund ‘Walk the Talk' initiative and will be a fixed term contract for two years. The remit includes offering drama related activities through personal and social education programmes in schools across Clackmannanshire. It will provide a vehicle for consultation with young people regarding their views on health related issues.
You will work collaboratively taking a person centred approach to health related issues and promoting the confidence and self-esteem of the young people involved in the programme.
You will be based in the Clackmannanshire Secondary School Support Service and will be managed by the Headteacher. There will be a requirement to work closely with INTER-ACT and the Forth Valley NHS Board to ensure that strategies are developed and implemented to take forward the aims of this post.
You will have access to the existing infrastructure of contacts and will be in a position to collaborate with other agencies as appropriate for the benefit of the young people.
You will be part of the CSSSS staff team and will be expected to work alongside CSSSS staff, and take part in the wider development work of the service and any ongoing staff development. You will be expected to be flexible and creative in your approach to the post.
You will have experience of the delivery of drama or groupwork programmes. It is preferred but not essential, that you will hold a professional qualification in community arts, community education or social work, teaching or similar. Salary level will depend on qualifications held and professional experience. Experience in working in a multi-disciplinary staff team is desirable. as is knowledge of school systems.
Further details are available from the Headteacher of the CSSSS. Mrs Yvonne Wright on 0|259 724345.
An application pack, quoting ref ED|34ll0l,is available from Human Resources on 0l259 452224 (24 hours) or email humanresources@c|acks.gov.uk Closing date Friday 24 May 2002.
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The Arches is Scotland's leading independent arts venue providing live music. theatre. clubs and exhibitions. We require someone to manage our busy box office and reception service.
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Work is currently underway on a £6million capital refurbishment of the macRobert. Due for completion in Autumn 2002, it will house Scotland’s first dedicated space for children’s theatre, a creche, workshop, state of the art cinema, cafe-bar, children's gallery and middle scale theatre.
We are looking for a very special person to join our dynamic team to position the macRobert as a national centre of excellence for work with and for young people.
Starting in August. you Will be a member of the Senror Management Team and will manage all aspects of a very busy multi arts centre. including film; iii-house productions; youth groups; and visiting companies. You Will be incredrbly well organised; have a sound comprehension of all statutory legislation regarding health and safety; and prowde strong leadership to your team of techniCians. You wrll have at least three years experience of production management and staff superwsron and ideally have work experience in a multi arts venue or of Cinema projection. Salary £18.0()()-f321.000pa.
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