Work with us: Join our ensemble
Posted: 1 December 2020
Vacancy: Ensemble Associate (projects & communications)
Quarantine has an exciting opportunity to recruit someone to join our ensemble for a 12-month period.
With the support of the Rank Foundation, we’re looking to appoint someone personable and proactive, to join us for a 12-month period as Ensemble Associate (projects & communications).
This post will be funded through the Rank Foundation’s leadership development programme, Time to Shine. The programme supports people currently experiencing un/under-employment to take up 12-month paid contracts in charities & social enterprises. The person appointed will have the opportunity to participate in a programme of professional development, including conferences, Action Learning days and a 3-day residential programme review (subject to Government restrictions).
The Ensemble Associate (projects & communications) will be a vital part of our small team, hands-on in the day-to-day development and delivery of our work. Through administrative support, communications activity and advocacy they will help widen our professional networks and connect with members of the public. They will play an important role in helping to develop and deliver artistic projects and events, including contributing to the recruitment and care of the diverse range of individuals involved in our projects.
This is a rare opportunity to join Quarantine’s small team and become part of our ensemble for a 12-month period. We have an exciting year planned, and the Ensemble Associate will work across a number of major artistic projects delivered in Manchester, across the UK and internationally.
Role: Ensemble Associate (projects & communications)
Contract: Full time, 12-month fixed term
Salary: Circa £20k (Supported through the Rank Foundation’s Time to Shine programme)
Location: Mostly home-based with some work in Manchester and potential for national & international travel
Deadline for applications: Tuesday 15th December, 6pm.
How to apply: Please complete the job application form and send along with a CV and a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring form via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interview date and process: Initial interviews will be held with Quarantine online on Monday 21st December 2020. Quarantine’s selected candidate will be required to undertake a second interview will the Rank Foundation during the first two weeks of January 2021 (a member of Quarantine will also be present).
Start date: On or before 18th January 2021
Access and inclusion are at the heart of how Quarantine operates. We recognise that institutional racism, discrimination and inequality exist in our sector and we are dedicated to helping to address this. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of racism or marginalisation. This includes working-class, disabled, LGBTQIA+, people of African and Caribbean heritage, people of Asian heritage, and other marginalised groups, as well as intersectional individuals. We also welcome applications from people with dependents and those who have had unconventional career paths.