Learning and Participation Programme Manager
We’re looking for an experienced Learning and Participation Programme Manager with excellent administrative skills to be the strategic lead across our programme of transformative participation activities. You will be part of a small, passionate team who aim big, transforming and improving people’s lives through aerial and artistic experiences.
Contract: Initially 12 months, with a probationary period of 3 months.
Full time but we would consider a part-time role of 4 days a week for the right candidate: this role would then be offered on a pro-rata basis with appropriate back-fill support organised.
Location: London – flexible with office and remote working.
Hours: 10am-6pm with an hour lunch.
The closing date for applications: Monday 29th of January, 2024
Interview dates: From Monday 5th of February 2023
We conjure into existence thought-provoking, unforgettable productions and participation projects dealing with contemporary narratives, aimed at awakening empathy and ethical consciousness as a catalyst for positive change.
Our extensive and unique engagement programme for children, young people and families underpins our work and is at the core of our mission. We believe high-quality arts activities should be accessible to everybody. We work with around 700-1000 participants a year, many living under challenging circumstances and with complex needs.
This is a great opportunity for someone proactive, with experience in running artistic engagement projects who is looking to take the lead in creating meaningful change through aerial theatre, contemporary circus, and community participation.
Please send a CV and a cover letter describing your suitability for this role and why you’re interested in the role to Søren Nielsen: email@example.com
Please also complete an Equal Opportunities Form as part of your application, which can be completed via a secure link here.
A plain large-text version of the full job description and pack can be found here.
We are a small, passionate team who believes art and culture can transform lives.
Scarabeus is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to provide employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. We care about your work ethics, your experience and your personality.
We welcome and encourage applications from candidates who are under-represented in the creative industries. If you are enthusiastic about our work and you think you would be a great fit, we want to hear from you.
Can’t see a role suitable for you? If you are an aerialist, actor, dancer, circus performer, rigger, designer, video and digital artist, sound artist and are interested in working with us, please contact us by emailing Soren.