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FABRIC
Support Artist
Location: Birmingham
Salary: £510 + Travel expenses
Deadline: 07 December 2023
We’re looking for an attentive and proactive Support Artist for our bespoke 6-week school dance programme. Working in Special Educational Needs (SEN) settings, the Support Artist will support KS3 & KS4 participants throughout their project experience using the theme of ‘Twisted Tales of Hansel and Gretel’.

The Support Artist will:

  • Work closely with a lead artist to ensure students can participate
  • Fully commit to embedding high-quality integrated and accessible practice within all aspects of the project
  • Provide pastoral support
  • Support the creative ambitions of the project
  • Contribute to the case study findings and creation of resources.

We would like to hear from artists who have:

  • Previous relevant experience in a similar role
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build rapport and relationships quickly
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to deliver feedback sensitively
  • An ability to work collaboratively as a wider team
  • A commitment to meaningful integrated practice, enabling inspirational and positive experiences
  • An awareness of best practice, safeguarding, and risk management
  • An up-to-date DBS check as part of working with children and vulnerable individuals.

Please follow the link below to find more information on this role.

How to Apply

To apply, please send us:

  • Your CV or LinkedIn profile (with details of two referees)
  • A cover letter or video/audio file (max. 3 mins) outlining how you think your experience and skills match our role description and why you feel you are well suited to this post.

You can find the application pack by following the link below. If you require the application pack in an alternative format, please get in touch with Schools@fabric.dance.

Please submit the above by Thursday 7 December 2023, 5pm via email, to Schools@fabric.dance with ‘FABRIC School Support Artist’ in the subject line.

We will then be in touch to arrange an interview.

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 recognise the positive values of diversity, promote equality and challenge all forms of discrimination. We actively welcome and encourage people of all backgrounds to apply for this role.