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ROUNDHOUSE: Call out for freelance tutors (Expired)

The Roundhouse is one of the most incredible live performance spaces in the world where some of the biggest names in music, theatre, circus and spoken word take to the stage every day.

Underneath the main space, the Roundhouse offers 11-25 year olds the chance to develop their skills and confidence through creativity, offering opportunities to get involved in open-access music, performing arts and media projects in Paul Hamlyn Roundhouse Studios. These projects run year-round at all levels through a range of termly, holiday and year-long programmes for young people to engage with independently. We also work closely with schools, pupil referral units, colleges, and a range of youth and community services.

The Roundhouse is calling for artist tutors to join our growing youth programme to deliver artistic projects with young people across our programmes. We are looking for highly skilled artists and practitioners who are passionate about the power of the arts to transform lives. We would like to select a pool of artist-tutors with backgrounds in at least one of the following:

• Music (including band development, song writers, production, vocalists, DJs)
• Spoken word
• Theatre
• Film or radio

We are particularly interested in working with artists who also speak additional languages.

As an artist-tutor on our projects, you will be expected to:
• Lead the artistic facilitation of each session on the times and dates agreed for each project
• Attend planning and evaluation meetings as necessary
• Develop a plan for each workshop session based on the aims and objectives of the project
• Work with the Project Manager, Youth Support team and additional Artist-Tutors to support the needs of the young people on the projects
• Adhere to Roundhouse Health and Safety and Safeguarding policies

Experience Required:
• Working with and facilitating artistic projects for young people aged 11-25
• A high standard of artistic and/or professional experience
• Ability to write to project plans based on project briefs and learning outcomes
• Using arts as a tool to build personal and social development as well as artistic talent
• Strong working knowledge of safeguarding practices, and Health and Safety
• Valid DBS or willingness to undertake application

• Experience of working with young people with complex needs
• Experience of working in schools, pupil referral units, communities or similar settings
• Experience of working with NEET young people or those at risk of exclusion from school
• Experience of working with multi-lingual groups

Varied hours and fee, dependent on project.

To express interest please send your CV, a cover letter specifying your artistic skills and appropriate experience, and if appropriate, a link to images or video footage of your work to by 10am, Monday 11th June 2018.

Deadline for expressions of interest: 10am, Monday 11th June 2018
Interviews: w/c 18th June 2018

We regret that we will only be able to reply to shortlisted candidates.
Roundhouse strives to be an equal opportunities employer.
All personal data submitted to the Roundhouse in the form of personal details forms is used for recruitment purposes and equal opportunities reporting only. By submitting a personal details form you consent to the Roundhouse retaining your personal data for these purposes. Personal details forms contain your name, address and details relating to your gender, religion and nationality. All forms are anonymised before use. In accordance with GDPR all information submitted by unsuccessful applicants will be deleted within six months.


Thursday 31 May, 2018
Monday 18 June, 2018
Venue Address
Chalk Farm Road, Camden

London, Camden

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