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JOBSWORTH

Heard anyone say "It's more than my job's worth" lately?

Pat had, and just before she died she asked for this song
to be put on Youtube.... it's a simple song from our first CD,
'Come On Home', with the "apple cart gang" from Penrhys!



The Welsh Factor

The Welsh Factor gives you a sense of belonging
to like minded people and you become part of a
 family that help each other in their development.
So if you want love expressing your talent, need
 to build your confidence and gain experience,
 then the Welsh Factor is for you, so apply on
www.welshfactor.com and let's get started.




If you are working in the music sector in Wales
 & require support, or if you are looking to work
 with the music sector in Wales, then please
 contact Business Wales 03000 6 03000 or
business.wales.gov.uk/contact-us.


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Hi!

I just signed the petition

"Carwyn Jones.: Stop RCT closing
the Muni in Pontypridd!
Stop it Now!"

on Change.org.



It's important. Will you sign it too?

Here's the link:


http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/carwyn-jones-
stop-rct-closing-the-muni-in-pontypridd-stop-it-
now?recruiter=100401195&utm_campaign=signature
_receipt&utm_medium=emailutm_source=share_petition



Thanks!

Ray




WHO'S YOUR PATRON?


When Welsh artists start, they find their patron.
Thousands of years ago it would have been a rich
lord, and now, artists find themselves having to
suck up to local authority or quango careerists,
or sell their souls even faster, by corrupting
their art just to be rewarded commercially.

Now there's a way for communities to help
local artists to fulfil their dreams in truth...

A Rhondda artist seeking your backing is Rhodri,
who loves making films. Check him out here:

http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/investment/
revenant-crossing-deaths-doorstep-553

Vic Doyle says "...support this budding and
enterprising young man... he makes films, so
big up for Rhodri and his forthcoming movies.."

Revenant - Crossing Deaths Doorstep -

Crowdfunderwww.crowdfunder.co.uk



floating above with art



Jobs/Opportunities

 Museum Co-ordinator
Cynon Valley Museum Trust - Aberdare
£11,856 a year - Part-time
Job Title: Museum Co-ordinator
Reporting to: Museum Manager
Salary : £18,525 pro-rata (24 hours/week £11,856)
Term: 3-year contract, part-time (24 hours per week)
Details: flexible working hours are available, some
evenings and weekends required, overtime available.

Deadline for applications:
midday, 26th January 2018.


The role of Museum Co-ordinator is essential to the smooth running
of the Museum’s operations. The Co-ordinator is responsible for
managing the shop and room booking systems at the museum
and for ensuring these income streams are profitable for
the Museum.

Responsibilities
Overseeing of the shop suppliers and their stock
Managing relationships with shop suppliers
Monthly reviews of stock sales
Quarterly reports to the suppliers and Treasurer
 in order to make payments
Management of the room bookings contracts
Co-ordination of the room diaries to set up bookings
Invoicing of users
Support the volunteers to set up rooms and assist
when needed
Liaise with the café management to provide refreshments
when needed

Administration of the CVM membership scheme
Management of the direct debits submitted to
the membership scheme
Collation of the benefits for participants in the membership
 scheme including a newsletter and invitation to exhibition
openings.

General administration of the Museum
Responding to general enquiries over the phone, emails
and in paper format
Managing the day-to-day volunteer rota and organising
 sick/holiday cover for the volunteers
Management of the exhibition timetable
Responsible for timetabling exhibitions in
the two galleries in the Museum
First point of contact for artists wishing to exhibit

Person specification (E-essential, D-desirable)
Experience & Knowledge

Experience working within a busy environment
with a small team (E)
Knowledge of charity and museum administration (D)
Experience of working with community groups,
artists and businesses (D)
Experience of working with volunteers (D)
Experience of operating budgets and
 financial systems (D)
Experience of marketing and promotion (D)

Skills
Excellent organisational skills (E)
IT skills, specifically including Word and Excel (E)
Clear and distinct communication skills (E)
An innovative approach to problem solving (E)
Customer care skills (E)

Attributes
A flexible individual who must be willing to work
towards the overall aims of the CVM (E)
Passionate about heritage and arts (E)
Knowledge of Cynon Valley's local history (D)
Ability to speak Welsh or the willingness to learn (E)

Please apply by CV and cover letter detailing your
suitability for the position and why you would like
to work for a primarily volunteer-run museum.

 
Please send applications and enquiries to
the Museum Manager, Charlotte, at
 manager@cynonvalleymuseum. wales

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: £11,856.00 /year
Required experience:

working in a busy environment with a small team: 1 year
knowledge of charity and museum administration: 1 year
marketing and promotion: 1 year
working with volunteers: 1 year
working with community groups, artists & businesses: 1 year
operating budgets and financial systems: 1 year

Required language:
    Welsh

Please review all application instructions before
applying to Cynon Valley Museum Trust.


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Graphic Designer
Chrysalis Recruitment Solutions - Wrexham
£18,000 - £23,000 a year

Due to ambitious growth plans our client is looking for
an ambitious and creative Graphic Designer to join
 their rapidly growing team based in Wrexham. As
Graphic Designer, you will be a pivotal support
function to the Marketing Team responsible for
 creating professionally finished new products
and print materials to support the company
brands and business objectives. This is an
exciting opportunity for a candidate who is
 passionate about all things graphic and
marketing, looking for a career move to
join a forward thinking and evolving
organisation that offers the scope
for personal progression and long-
term development.

As Graphic Designer, you will be creative, dynamic and
 enthusiastic about your work whereby you can add
real value to our client as they continue to grow and
 expand into new market sectors across the world.

Role:

This pivotal role involves working as part of the Creative Design
 team to create professionally finished new products and print
materials to support the company brands and business objectives.
This role also involves working to promote and raise awareness of
 the company brands by bridging the gap between the raw products
 and the consumer in the 'arts and crafts’ industry by occasionally
 creating aspirational projects.

The focus of this position is to design 3D products and die-cutting
technologies and on occasion surface patterns for products within
 the Craft Industry. This involves free hand drawing as well as
 computer generated graphics. You will be required to design
 products fit for purpose and develop the necessary research
before commencing work. These products will be produced
 and sold throughout the UK, Europe and ROW extending out
into multiple craft markets. Therefore, understanding and
taking an interest in these markets, is key.

Key Responsibilities:

You will be required to work on the following, as and
when directed, to support the above or other projects;

Design products fit for purpose and develop the
 necessary research before commencing work
Design and create packaging templates
Design die designs following upcoming making
and visual trends
Render die designs into factory ready format
Create embellished packaging images
Design display materials for trade and retail shows
Support the marketing strategy by identifying
opportunities for growth and development
Provide project based work for our websites
 and other online platforms
Create projects for sponsored events
Work with briefs to create projects for
photo and video shoots
Research key trends and provides reports
Essential Skills:

Personal experience within a high creative environment
 is essential.
Must have high standard of visual communication skills.
Must be highly creative with the ability to adapt to a
wide variety of creative environments/challenges.
Must have previous experience working in a creative
environment.
Must be articulate, friendly and outgoing in order to
 convey a variety of ideas and concepts.
Ability to work to a very high standard while under pressure.
Must keep up with developments in the UK/European/ROW
craft industry and spot/anticipate trends.
Previous experience using Adobe software including
Photoshop and Illustrator is essential.
Experience of working within the creative/craft industry
 is preferred.
Must have good basic standard of literacy and numeracy.
Must be organized & have excellent time management skills.
Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £18,000.00 to £23,000.00 /year

Required experience:
Graphic Design: 1 year

Please review all application instructions before
applying to Chrysalis Recruitment Solutions.


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Side by Side hospital volunteer
Alzheimers Volunteer - Wrexham

Why we need you…

As a volunteer you will provide invaluable, person
 centred opportunities for people living with dementia
during their stay in hospital. You could enable someone
to take part in social and recreational activities on
the ward or keep someone connected to the things
 they love – such as listening to music, simply
enjoying a good conversation or taking part
in their favourite group activities.

Your involvement keeps people with dementia connected,
 ensuring they feel less isolated during their time in
 hospital by focussing on individual’s strengths and
 preferences to remain active and more confident.

Have you got what it takes to help people affected by dementia?
This role will suit you if you are…
· Passionate about supporting, enabling and
empowering people with dementia and have
a committed, flexible approach
· Good verbal communication and listening skills,
especially face to face
· Comfortable in a hospital environment and enjoy
 being within a changing sea of service users.
· Happy to volunteer individually and remotely,
yet understand you are part of a larger team

The impact you’ll make...
· Reduce Isolation: Enabling a person with dementia
 to take part in activities and providing social
interaction whilst they are in hospital.
· Help people with dementia to keep doing the things
 they love bysupporting with one to one activities
such as card games, dominoes, jigsaws, arts
 and crafts.
· Keeping people with dementia active by creating
 opportunities for participation in leisure and social
activities

What’s involved?
· Providing one to one support to enable people
with dementia to continue with their hobbies
and interests or engage in new ones.
· Share your own skills, hobbies and interests to
 shape opportunities for people with dementia.
· Liaising with the Side by Side coordinator on
a regular basis, including changes or concerns
regarding the service user, as well as discussing
your personal learning and development needs.

This role does not provide personal care,
such as cleaning, washing or physical support.

Have you got what it takes?
· You have desire to help people with dementia stay involved
and know about, or are willing to learn about dementia and
its impact on people · Enjoy learning new things and willing
to quickly undertake training (online and in person) · You
recognise the importance of making people feel valued,
of treating people of all backgrounds with respect and
dignity and you have the ability to connect with others.
 · Able to follow policies, procedures and guidance and
can volunteer within service boundaries

What’s in it for you?
· Make a real difference to the lives of people living with dementia.
· Pioneer change and help reduce the stigma of dementia
· Develop and build on your skills and experience in
 Health Social Care and Community settings
· Enhance and expand your CV

Learning and development
· Quick access to training and development - participate
 within 4-6 weeks of signing up to undertake the role.
· Access to support and on-going opportunities for
personal and professional development
· Gain an understanding of dementia and access
guidance via the Society’s policies and procedures.

What can you expect from us?
You will be supported by the Side by Side coordinator
 and/or a manager specified locally. You will receive
one-to-one or group support and participate in agreed
 on-going support. Agreed out of pocket expenses
will be reimbursed in line with our Expenses Policy,
 for example travel mileage. You will agree to keep up
to date with and to volunteer in line with Alzheimer’s
 Society’s policies and procedures.


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Jobs Growth Wales - Sales & Marketing Assistant
Giovanni's Restaurants - Cardiff
As a Sales and Marketing assistant, your role is to
provide a first-class service to push the sales of
GCHQ - The creative arts hub which is run by
Giovanni’s Restaurants Group.

Your job will include:
Making & receiving phone calls.
Sending emails and meeting fellow
business representatives and the media.
Create a rich pool of clientele who will pay to
rent out the GCHQ space for their own purposes.
You will also act as a gatekeeper between the public
and the company, allowing people to make inquiries
as necessary.

Responsibilities:
Schedule appointments and meetings as necessary,
eg with Journalists & other business representatives.
Answer questions from clients and the media
Make information on GCHQ readily available to self
and other businesses through various resources
Find unique ways for GCHQ to be used
Research client base to find new types of
customers and promote to them accordingly
Create a plan for gaining clients and then retaining them
Analyse and create a plan for engaging the target market
Analyse the competition to create a plan for engagement
Make GCHQ appeal to mass markets
Demonstrate superior time management
skills and meet sales deadlines
The successful candidate will be flexible in their
responsibilities, taking on different roles which
are necessary to further the company’s success.

Hours of work: 40
Pay: NMW
Training to be provided by employer.

Interview Arrangements: Successful candidates to
 be contacted by employer to arrange interviews.

Desirable Personal Qualities:
Good standard of education.
Excellent communication skills & phone manner.
Proficient I.T. skills, competent use in Microsoft
 packages such as Word, Outlook & Excel.
 Excellent time management skills and
able to prioritise workloads efficiently

Qualifications: No Minimum Requirements.
Duration: Six month job initially with a view
to becoming a permanent position.

**Applicants must be between the ages of 16 and 24
and must be eligible to partake in the JObs Growth
 Wales Scheme**

Job Type: Full-time
Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Giovanni's Restaurants.


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Part Time Drama/ Performing Arts Teacher
Mark Jermin Stage School - Swansea
We are looking for trained performers with teaching
 and performance experience to teach in a number
of branches at the Mark Jermin Stage School in
South Wales.
Ideal candidates will possess a strong track record of
working with young children, be able to keep a class
 focused and enthusiastic, and have clear ideas
about material which will motivate students
ones to improve their confidence and skills
in singing, dance and drama.

Enthusiasm for youngsters is essential. Duties:
preparation of lesson plans and tuition in singing,
dance or drama; writing student reports; attending
 staff meetings and developing demonstration
 performances in co-operation with the Principal.

Job Type: Part-time
Required experience:
Performance or Teaching/ teaching assistant: 1 year

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Mark Jermin Stage School.


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Cruise Youth Staff - 2018 School Holidays
Kings Recruit - Cardiff
£1,381 - £1,845 a month - Contract
Job Summary
Working with children on a cruise ship during
 the school holidays, is that possible? Absolutely!
Teachers, teaching assistants, nursery nurses or
 other childcare professionals, we want to hear
from you!
Work on board luxury liners and make this a
holiday of a lifetime for the youngest guests
 on board.
If you’re a team player with the drive to develop your career
 with a world-leading cruise company that comprises the
 prestigious P&O Cruises and Cunard Line brands,
continue reading.
Combine your passions for working with children (0-8 or 9-17
 years of age) and exploring the world around us. Become
part of an energetic and dynamic team where the focus
is on delivering fun and engaging activities.You will be
delivering a wide variety of activities, such as, arts &
crafts, themed sessions, game shows, face painting,
cookery classes and more relevant to the age
category with which you are working.

Essential Requirements
PGCE/ BA with QTS / level 3 childcare qualification
At least 1 year's experience of working with
 children in a childcare setting after qualifying
Available for this role for at least 4/13 school
holiday weeks over the next academic year

Essential Attributes
Passion for working with children
Secure knowledge and understanding of safeguarding
Professional demeanour
Enthusiasm and bags of energy
Co-operative team player

Benefits
Highly competitive salary (£1381-
£1845 per month pro rata)
Accommodation and food included
Flights to and from the ship fully funded
Extra-curricular career progression
Opportunity to work with a prestigious,
global cruise company

About us
Kings Recruit is a specialist recruitment service for the
 sports and childcare sector. We are the official
recruitment partner of Carnival UK.

Carnival UK is committed to safeguarding and promoting
the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable
adults and expects all employees, volunteers and
contractors to share this commitment. This post
is subject to the disclosure of criminal records
and vetting checks, including an Enhanced
criminal record and barred List Checks.

Job Type: Contract
Salary: £1,381.00 to £1,845.00 /month
Required education:
Diploma

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Kings Recruit.


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Social Activity Leader
Celtic English Academy -
Colwyn Bay LL28
Full-time, Temporary
Job Summary
Contract: 4 - 6 Weeks
Purpose: Junior Summer Residential Programme
Wage: £300 with full board accommodation included
Hours: 6 days a week
Start Date: 4th July – 15th August 2018

Positions Available : 6+
depending on student numbers
Responsible to : Senior Activity Leader
Responsible for: All students’ welfare and activities

Celtic English Academy, established in 2004, is a friendly
 and welcoming British Council accredited English
language school in the centre of Cardiff. We take
pride in our small class sizes, great teachers and
wonderful support staff. For the past 14 years we
 have been offering a range of classes to both
adults and younger learners. Due to the success
 of our 2017 young learner courses, we will be
opening a summer school in North Wales for
the first time this summer.
Situated in the seaside town of Colwyn Bay in North Wales,
the beautiful British boarding school, Rydal Penrhos, will be
the home for our 2018 Junior Summer Programme.

In 2016, Wales was named the Best UK Youth Travel Destination
(British Youth Travel Awards) and North Wales specifically was
 rated as one of the Top 10 Places in the World to Visit (Lonely
Planet, 2017). As a safe and friendly Victorian seaside town,
which is easy to reach from Manchester and Liverpool airports,
Colwyn Bay is a great location for young learners to experience
a language learning adventure.

The aim of Junior Summer Programme is to provide students
aged 11-17 with English language lessons every morning
 and with afternoon activities which can include sports
such as:

Football
Badminton
Tennis
Swimming
… and much, much more!

In addition, our younger learners will have the opportunity
to take part in some exciting half-day and full-day
excursions, which will include:

Surf Snowdonia
Zip World
Bounce Below
Lots of other exciting and informative visits to regional
 towns, cities and places of interest
For individual and group students we have the following
special options for drama, golf and intercultural learning
to enhance their experience. These will take place
 during the afternoons.

Responsibilities and Duties
Main purpose of job
The main role of a Social Activity Leader is to engage with
the students and, in turn, make sure that the students
 engage with all aspects of the programme - classes,
 activities and excursions. This means communicating,
 interacting, and generally being alongside the students
and making sure they are safe, happy, involved and
having fun.

The responsibilities for this position include,
but are not limited to, the following:

Welcoming new students to the centre
Setting up / packing up the centre and displaying / removing signs
Supervising during breaks and lunchtimes
Preparing and taking part in afternoon and evening activities
and half and full day excursions
Assisting with fire drills
Providing welfare support for all students and reporting
 potentially harmful situations
The successful candidate must meet the following requirements:

Friendly, outgoing and open
Effective communication and interpersonal skills
Excellent organisational and time-keeping skills
Ability to work as part of a team and act as a leader
Self-motivated, reliable and able to use initiative
Adaptable to change with effective problem-solving skills
Ability to work well under pressure
The following skills and/or qualifications are desirable:

Previous activity/group leader experience
Sports, arts, music, drama or other recreational skills
Experience or strong interest in working with international students
Experience or strong interest in working with children or teenagers
First Aid qualified or any similar relevant qualifications
Please see the application form for a full list of essential and
desirable criteria and address these in the personal statement
section. You must complete an application form to be considered.
CVs and Covering Letters are not acceptable.

You can download our application form from our website
http://www.celticenglish.co.uk/about-us/career/work-for-us.html
and email it to us. The email address is listed in the
 job description and application form.

Qualifications and Skills
Please see the application form for a full
 list of essential and desirable criteria

Benefits
Full board accommodation
Job Types: Full-time, Temporary
Salary: £300.00 /week
Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Celtic English Academy.


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Multi Skilled Theatre Technician
Sherman Theatre - Cardiff
£20,000 - £21,000 a year
MULTI SKILLED TECHNICIAN
Your main role will be servicing the productions in all
of the performance spaces within the Sherman and
taking part in occasional tours and other large
scale events.
The department is multi-skilled and not departmentalised,
as such we expect you to work in all technical areas.
Sherman Theatre is achieving huge artistic success
and reaching more people. It’s a vibrant and
rewarding place to work.

Deadline for applications:
Thursday 11 January 12noon
Interviews:
Thursday 18 January 2018

For Welsh or English application packs, please visit
 www.shermantheatre.co.uk/jobs

Sherman Theatre is funded by Arts Council of Wales.
We are committed to Equal Opportunities and are a
Registered Charity.

JOB DESCRIPTION: MULTI SKILLED TECHNICIAN
Main purpose of role
Your main role will be servicing the productions and events
in all of the performance spaces within the Sherman and
taking part in occasional tours and other large scale events.
The department is multi-skilled and not departmentalised,
as such we expect you to work in all technical areas.

Reports to
Head of Production & Planning.
Key relationships
Head of Production & Planning, Artistic Director,
Executive Director, Production Team, FOH Team.
Responsible for
Relationships with external suppliers.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
1 Technical Management
1.1 To provide technical support to any production or event
 at Sherman Theatre. Common duties will include but are
not limited to: working on get-ins and get-outs; fitting up
 lighting, sound or staging equipment for productions;
operating sound, flies or lighting during performances;
performing cues on stage as part of a production, as
 required by the Senior Electrician and Technical
Stage Manager.
1.2 To supervise casual staff at all times, especially in the
areas of safe working practices and the running of shows.
1.3 To be able to trouble-shoot all technical systems –
staging, lighting, sound and AV.
1.4 To carry out any other duties in all areas of the building
as may be required by the Head of Production & Planning.
 This may include occasional work off site.
1.5 To carry out regular maintenance activities.
1.6 Ensuring compliance with relevant regulations.
1.7 To act as Studio technician.
1.8 To assist the Carpentry department with the
construction of sets.
1.9 To undertake portable appliance testing, servicing and
 maintenance of all in-house technical equipment as part
of a rolling programme within the department.
1.10 It is expected that staff may deputise for their managers
 occasionally – this should be seen as good experience and
 an opportunity to learn.
1.11 To attend occasional staff meetings and training sessions.
1.12 To carry out duties at all times, with regard to Equal
Opportunities and H&S policies. This may include providing
 assistance with evacuation procedures.
1.13 To act as a designated First Aider.
It is a duty to abide by the current Equal Opportunities Statement
 and other Policy statements as detailed in the Staff Handbook.

Note: You are employed as Multi Skilled Technician. You may,
however, be asked to perform other duties at the same grade
and remuneration package and to the same total hours of work.
You will have 4 weeks notice of any proposed changes in duties.

PERSON SPECIFICATION: MULTI SKILLED TECHNICIAN
ESSENTIAL
Knowledge, Experience and Skills
A minimum of 1 year’s professional experience working in
the technical department of a producing arts venue.
Experience of working with and facilitating small and
large scale touring productions.
Experience in the maintenance and troubleshooting of
 theatrical technical systems.
Practical experience of rigging, focusing and plugging up
lighting systems, including lighting desk programming
and operation – ideally ETC family.
Experience of setting up and operating digital sound desks,
 Qlab & PA systems.
Experience with operating counterweight flying systems
under show conditions.
Experience of AV set-up and operation.
Full Clean Driving Licence.
A positive and constructive attitude with a friendly and
flexible approach to clients and visiting companies.
Good interpersonal and team-working skills and the ability
to work with other departments within the Sherman, to
ensure the success of all productions and events.
Demonstrable IT skills to include Microsoft Office packages.
Developing, maintaining, and strengthening partnerships
 with others inside or outside the organisation who can
 provide information, assistance, and support.
Ability to work unsociable hours, including over-night,
weekends and Bank Holidays.
Adhere to H&S policies connected with working backstage,
including working at height, manual handling and working
 with electricity, as well as wearing the appropriate PPE
 where necessary.
A passion for the arts.
Able to focus whilst working in a busy environment.
Uses own initiative and identifies what needs to be done
and does it before being asked or the situation requires it.
A confident communicator with the ability to use multiple
 channels or means to communicate important messages.

DESIRABLE
First Aid Trained.
Carpentry skills.
The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £20,000.00 to £21,000.00 /year
Required language:
Welsh
Required licence or certification:
Driving License

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Sherman Theatre.


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Live in Nanny
Nanny Talk - Llantrisant
Part-time
Lovely professional family in a small town close to
Cardiff are looking for a live-in nanny for their 2
young children. This is permanent position and
 the parents seek a nanny who will stay in the
longer term and someone who wants to feel
part of their family. They would like the nanny
to live in and have a lovely large bedroom and
 separate bathroom for the nanny.

You will need to hold a childcare qualification, a
clear DBS, and paediatric first aid, if you are
registered with CSSIW it would be beneficial
 but the family can help you with this. It would
 also be ideal if you were a driver although not
a deal breaker. You will also need to have some
 experience with children although the family
are prepared to accept someone that may
have just finished college or are looking to
make a change from nursery work to being
 a nanny.. the really important thing is a love
 for children and a responsible attitude.

Duties will include sole charge of the children (although
 the older child is in full time school), outings, arts and
crafts, school runs and generally caring for the children
three days a week. It would be great if you were happy
to prepare some simple meals for the children (just the
ability to follow a recipe would be fine). The family are
not expecting any heavy cleaning but a muck in attitude
 is very desirable.

The general hours for this position would be Monday,
Wednesday and Friday 7.30-5.30 and one evening a
week of babysitting. You would be free to spend your
 free time doing as you please and the family would
 be happy for you to seek further work on days you
 aren't working for them.

Salary is negotiable dependent on experience/
qualifications and start date will ideally be end
 Jan/beginning Feb but there is some flexibility
 with this.

For any further information on this position or to apply
 please send a copy of your C.V. along with a short
cover letter explaining your reasons for applying.
Thanks

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Nanny Talk.


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Art Teacher
Education Staffing Solutions  - Brecon
Temporary
We are currently seeking an Art Teacher for
an assignment in a school in the Powys LEA,
starting January 2018. The role will include
teaching photography and graphics.

Requirements:

Qualified with PGCE or equivalent
QTS (Qualified Teacher Status)
The ability and passion to plan and deliver lessons
 and to engage children in developing their potential
Excellent classroom management skills
Ability to build good relationships with both staff
 and pupils
Registration with the EWC and a current DBS
What we offer:

Excellent rate of pay
Guaranteed pay scheme
Dedicated Consultant in your local branch providing
 a high level of support
Exposure to schools in your area leading to
other long term and permanent positions
Founded in 2003, Education Staffing Solutions are one
of the leading education agencies in South & West
Wales with branches in Cardiff, Carmarthen, Neath
 Port Talbot, Swansea and the Vale of Glamorgan.

ESS work with a large majority of schools throughout
South & West Wales, covering the Primary, Secondary
and Special Needs Schools. We provide opportunities
for Teachers, Cover Supervisors, Teaching Assistants,
Support Assistants and Exam Invigilators in both
English and Welsh Medium schools.

Supply work is fast becoming the best way to gain long
 term or permanent positions as the schools can see
your skills and attributes first hand. More frequently,
Supply Teachers have the advantage at interview
for long term roles as they usually have prior
knowledge of the school ethos and pupil
 capabilities.

Job Type: Temporary
Required experience:
Art Teaching: 1 year
Required licences or certifications:
DBS Certificate
EWC
Please review all application instructions
before applying to Education Staffing Solutions.


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Volunteer Teacher And Volunteer At
 Children's Projects In Pattaya,Thailand
Father Ray Foundation - Swansea
Full-time, Temporary, Volunteer, Permanent
If you are thinking about doing some volunteering, then
consider volunteering at the Fr. Ray Foundation. We
support more than 850 children and young adults.
The post is based two hours south of Bangkok in
the seaside resort in Pattaya, Thailand. Volunteers
 are essential to our continuing work in Thailand.
Volunteer with us and you will have memories
that will last a lifetime.

The work schedule varies each day with the volunteers
working at all our projects; teaching English at the
Vocational School for the Disabled, accompanying
the children from School for the Blind on a trip to
the beach or teaching them English, spending
time with the kids at the Drop-In Centre, arts
and crafts at the Children’s Village, to name
 just a few activities that the volunteers
take part in.

We are not a volunteer agency, therefore we charge no fees.
We are very grateful for what the volunteers do for the
children and students under our care. In return for the
help volunteers give we provide accommodation and
meals. Volunteers are required to stay for at least 5
months, with start dates in late April and late October.

Teaching experience is preferred, but not essential. We are
looking for passionate, energetic and enthusiastic volunteers
 who can have a positive effect on the children and adults
 with disabilities that we support.

For more information, please look at our website:
 https://www.fr-ray.org/

BELOW IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE WORK
 THAT VOLUNTEERS TAKE PART IN.

You will teach English 1, 2 or 3 classes each morning, and
only attend TWO English Speaking Clubs. Four afternoons
at the School for the Blind, and all volunteers MUST attend
the swimming on Monday & Friday.

We give you Sunday off – I know! How generous are we?

REDEMPTORIST VOCATIONAL SCHOOL FOR PEOPLE
WITH DISABILITIES – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

A Partâ€ÂTime Teacher may be expected to teach up to 3
classes independently, this includes lesson planning,
teaching between 6â€Â18 adults with disabilities, and
setting unit tests and exams. A curriculum will be
provided and support and training will be provided.

All volunteers are required to assist students swimming on
Mondays and Friday evenings. Some students may only
require assistance getting in or out of the pool, others
require assistance swimming, some come to the pool
only to socialize.

All volunteers are required to assist at Speaking English Club.
This is an informal club to encourage students to speak
English. This is a social and fun activity where students
 play games, sing, and learn English.

REDEMPTORIST FOUNDATION FOR PEOPLE
 WITH DISABILITIES – MONDAY TO FRIDAY

A Partâ€ÂTime Teacher may be expected to independently
teach the foundation’s Job Club, for adults with disabilities
 seeking employment. This includes planning and teaching
between 5â€Â20 adults with disabilities. No unit tests and
exams are set at Job club.

Some volunteers are required to teach the staff throughout
 the organization, this includes office, kitchen and teaching
 staff. An itinerary and training will be provided. If you were
to teach the staff, this is something we would discuss
with you.

REDEMPTORIST SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
– MONDAY TO THURSDAY

A volunteer attends the School for the Blind with the sole
 purpose of making a child’s life brighter. All volunteers
who attend here need to be passionate, enthusiastic
and caring. Whilst this project can be challenging, it
is arguably the most rewarding. The moments a child
sings your name or claps when they hear your voice,
are moments that you cannot replace. We mostly
spend time playing, singing and listening to music
 with blind or visually impaired kindergarten children,
many of whom have other disabilities including autism.
We regularly attend the beach, and take the children
swimming at least twice a week. We therefore require
 all volunteers to be able play with the children in the
pool, the pool is only approximately 1.5m deep, so
volunteers do not need to be Olympic swimmers!

FATHER RAY CHILDREN’S HOME, FATHER RAY CHILDREN’S
VILLAGE, FATHER RAY DROP- IN CENTRE & SUMMER CAMP

At the Father Ray Children’s Village, Children’s Home and
Dropâ€ÂIn CentRE, a volunteer’s duties include playing
games, sports, baking, making crafts and teaching
English through games and activities.

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Permanent
Required language:
English

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Art Teacher
ITN Mark Education - Cardiff
£95 - £165 a day - Contract
ITN Mark Education would like to welcome an accomplished
 Teacher of Art key stage 3- 4 to apply for this vacancy to
start ASAP. We are looking for an outstanding Art and Design
 Teacher to teach from KS3 - KS4 an outstanding Secondary
school in Cardiff. You will maintain a high standard of teaching
 levels in order to meet and exceed teaching and learning targets.
 You will need to be resourceful and creative in your teaching
approach and have excellent time management skills.

The successful candidate will be able to teach Art to key stage 4,
experience Teaching Graphics would be desirable but not essential.
Successful Secondary Teachers must have: * QTS & eligibility to
work within the UK* Promote equal opportunities in the classroom*
Extensive subject knowledge* Think and plan strategically*
Commitment to learning and development of pupils* Teach
at a consistently good and outstanding level* Have strong
 interpersonal skills to effectively communicate with staff,
parents and students* Experienced Secondary Teachers
and NQTs welcome

Benefits of working through ITN Mark Education: * Continued
 professional development for Secondary Teachers* Work in
local Secondary Schools* Weekly pay for Secondary Teachers*
 Refer a friend to ITN Mark & get up to £100 worth of vouchers.

ITN Mark Education requires all Teachers to have a fully enhanced
DBS check, minimum of two professional references plus a face to
 face interview and an Enhanced DBS check which we can help you
 obtain. If you are motivated and aim to enhance the educational
experience of the children that you work with, get in touch today!
ITN Mark Education is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

ITN Mark Education is acting as an
 Employment Business in relation
to this vacancy.


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Part Time Drama/ Performing Arts Teacher
Mark Jermin Stage School - Swansea
Part-time
We are looking for trained performers with teaching and
performance experience to teach in a number of branches
 at the Mark Jermin Stage School in South Wales.

Ideal candidates will possess a strong track record of working
with young children, be able to keep a class focused and
enthusiastic, and have clear ideas about material which
will motivate students ones to improve their confidence
and skills in singing, dance and drama.

Enthusiasm for youngsters is essential. Duties: preparation of
 lesson plans and tuition in singing, dance or drama; writing
student reports; attending staff meetings and developing
 demonstration performances in co-operation with the
 Principal.

Required experience:
Performance or Teaching/ teaching assistant:
1 year Job Type: Part-time

Please review all application instructions
before applying to Mark Jermin Stage School.


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General Teacher - Art
Teaching Personnel - Pont-y-pwl
Our client Secondary School is one of the most improved
 schools in the country, after undergoing a transformation.
This is an exciting opportunity for a passionate Art Teacher
to join and contribute to the success of the school that
 believes in providing a first class education and giving
every pupil the opportunity to go to university or pursue
 the career of their choice.
This role would be suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT.
It is starting at the end of the month. Candidate must have a DBS
 and be registered with the EWC

The ideal candidate will:
be an experienced Art teacher
be a committed team player
have the ability to engage and inspire pupils
be committed to an ethos of high expectations and no excuses
The school were recently awarded a Pupil Premium Award for
their work in providing a high quality education for students
from low income backgrounds. This would not have been
 possible without great teachers, which is why we offer
the best training and support for all of our staff at
every stage of their career.

Staff wellbeing is priority at the school. All meetings are
 scheduled within the working day, their teachers have
 more free periods than local authority schools and we
have a Staff Wellbeing Coordinator offering on-site
support.

If you are interested in applying for this role,
please contact Lewis on 02920 660276

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must
 undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Full assistance provided.

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Eden Brown Charity
Corporate Development Officer
Cardiff (CF1), Cardiff
£18,000.00 - £23,000.00 per annum
Eden Brown is delighted to be supporting a unique organisation
 that strives to bring the power and emotion of its art form to as
 wide a range of audiences as possible with a focus on youth
and community work. This national company is embedded
within the heart of the musical and cultural landscape in
Wales and is looking for a Corporate Development
Officer to join its team.

Working as part of the wider development team you will be tasked
 with building and managing corporate relationships in order to
maintain and grow the corporate income. You will be required
to actively attend industry networking occasions & promote
all corporate opportunities on behalf of the organisation.
Working with the research team developing and identifying
new prospects, you will have a really wonderful
opportunity to make a real impact --- by
raising income for this wonderful cause.

To be considered for this role you should have experience
within either a fundraising or sales environment and
demonstrable awareness of the corporate world.
Possessing exceptional interpersonal skills, you
 must be confident networking with a range of
audiences and be a strong all round communicator.
Although experience working specifically within an
 arts environment is a desirable element of the
person specification, a passion for arts and
culture is a real must as you will have the
opportunity to submerge yourself within
this thriving hub of culture in Cardiff.

To apply or find out more please don't hesitate to get in touch
 - we are working to a short deadline and would love to hear
from you! Please contact Charlie Crew on 0161 2331600
or to register your interest.

Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and
is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting
 as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Contact: Charlotte Crew
Reference: Totaljobs/238253CCR
Job ID: 77658413


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volunteer wanted/needed to...
Give Margaret A Call For A Chat
Deafblind UK - Pontypridd CF38

Role Description:
Our member Margaret who lives in Pontypridd would
 really like a tele-befriender to call her once a week
for a chat over the phone.
Margaret has a keen interest in the arts including
 painting and creative writing and in her younger
days enjoyed meditating and mindfulness.
She struggles particularly with loneliness & would
 love to have someone to talk to in the evenings.
Margaret communicates with clear speech.

What will you get out of it?
It's a direct way to make a difference
to a deafblind person’s life
You will be supporting a great cause, while
giving something back to your community
You will build a new friendship and have
the opportunities to learn new skills
We will offer you full training, support and guidance
throughout your volunteering experience with Deafblind UK
Reimbursement of out of pocket expenses
such as mileage or public transport costs.

Qualities and Skills we are looking for:
We are looking for enthusiastic and reliable Volunteers
Good communication skills, particularly
with regard to conversational skills
To be reliable and have a genuine interest to
make a difference in lives of deafblind people
Patience and a warm and friendly attitude

What will we ask for in return?
A regular commitment of one weekly
visit – usually 1-3 hours
We will need to undertake two references
and a DBS check before this role can start
You will need to be over the age
of 18 years to apply for this role

Interested?
Are you available to call Margaret once a week?
Do you have good conversational skills?
Remember .....Volunteering as a tele befriender means
 you don't have to be local to our members - as long as
you have access to a phone we can match you with
our members wherever you may live!

If this sounds like you then we want to hear from you.....
Please complete a short application form, alternatively
 to find out more you can contact our Volunteer Recruiter
 on 01733 358100.
Funded by the National Lottery
through the Big Lottery Fund

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Life Story Therapist
NSC Ltd - Cardiff
£20 an hour - Contract
We would like to recruit a therapist who has, or is
working towards, the diploma in Therapeutic Life
 Story Work at the Institute for Arts in Therapy &
Education, taught by Richard Rose.

We are looking for a therapist to undertake Therapeutic
 Life Story Work in Wales and/or South West England on
 a contract by contract basis.

We have extensive experience of providing Therapeutic
Life Story Work. Successful applicants will receive
 supervision from a qualified Life Story Therapist
who has two years experience providing therapy
 using the Rose (2012) model of life story work.

Applicants should have completed, or be working towards
completing, the diploma in Therapeutic Life Story Work.
We are happy to receive applications from those
experienced in this therapy or those just starting
out. We would ideally like to hear from applicants
who could dedicate two days per week to
 providing this therapy.

It would also be desirable if applicants had an interest in
 developing life story services for children and
 progressing to deliver training in life story
work to parents/carers and professionals.

Applicants will need their own transport as this therapy
usually takes place in the child's home and you will
need to travel between appointments.

Job Type: Contract
Salary: £20.00 /hour
Required education:
Diploma
Please review all application instructions
before applying to NSC Ltd.


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Print DesIgner
Freedom Recruitment - Cardiff
£20,000 - £30,000 a year - Permanent
PRINT DESIGNER - Womenswear High
Street RetaIler - CARDIFF

A fantastic opportunity for a talented and highly
creative Print Designer with a feminine & pretty
hand, to join a thriving womenswear high street
 retailer.

ABOUT THE COMPANY
This trend driven womenswear high street retailer has
 multiple stores and a fantastic team. They are looking
 to expand the team and in order to do this they would
 like to bring on board fresh talent.
They are a fast pace organization who are a staple
 on the High Street.

ABOUT THE ROLE
Print Designer Role
This role requires a creative yet commercial designer
to create prints for a variety of categories but mostly
for multi product womenswear.
The ideal candidate will have:
Excellent knowledge of trends
Fluency with Illustrator and Photoshop
Real talent, proven through an amazing portfolio
Freedom Favourites
Fantastic Company Culture
Opportunity to really make your mark with
 the business

Interview dates
ASAP


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Key Stage 2 Primary Teacher vacancy
with a Specialism in Art: Swansea
New Directions Education - Swansea
Temporary
New Directions Education are currently seeking a Key
Stage 2 Specialist for a Primary School within Swansea.
The School are looking for a Year 3 Class Teacher who
 will be able to deliver the full timetable. The position
 will be up until at least the Christmas holidays. Along-
side teaching the Year 3 Class, the School are seeking
applicants with either an Art Specialism or a keen
interest in Art in order to deliver the Extra Curricular
Art Club and to create murals across the School. You
will also be expected to assist with the production
of stage props for the Christmas concert.

We welcome applicants who:
Have gained Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and are
 registered with the Education Workforce Council (EWC);
Have a keen interest in Art and Design and will be able
 to create art work throughout the School;
Are able to confidently deliver the Extra Curricular Art Club
 and encourage the pupils to express themselves creatively;
Supervise educational visits with other staff members in
 order to support the Key Stage 2 Curriculum and
Christmas celebrations;
Seek a long-term position teaching a full timetable. Time will
be set aside for Planning, Preparing and Assessing (PPA).
The School is set within the centre of Swansea and offers
 easily accessible transport links and parking facilities.
The successful candidate would need to be passionate
about Art and keen to brighten up the school with
personally designed murals and murals created
 by each class. This is an exciting opportunity
where you will be able to showcase your talents
and really get to know staff and pupils. New
Directions Education will be able to offer
competitive rates of pay, free training
courses to aid your Career Development
and a dedicated Account Manager to
work on your behalf.

Additional Information Key Stage 2 Primary Teacher Role
 Your role as a key stage 2 (KS2) primary teacher in the
 age group of your speciality will be varied and at times
 challenging. However, we doubt you will find a more
satisfying career where your main objectives will be
 to develop the children and prepare them for the
 next stage.

Newly qualified teachers (NQTs) are welcomed
by New Directions.
Fast Facts
10% of primary trained NQTs had teaching supply
 contracts compared with 6% of secondary trained
 NQTs;
25% of primary trained NQTs indicated that they were
 employed in a school in which they trained compared
 with 32% of secondary trained NQTs;
18% of primary trained NQTs indicated that they
relocated to take up their current teaching position
compared with 24% of secondary trained NQTs.
Typical duties of a supply Primary Key Stage 2 Teacher
Teach all areas of the key stage 2 curriculum;
Organise the classroom and learning resources
 to create a positive teaching environment;
Plan, prepare and teach lessons that cater for
the needs for all student ability ranges;
Motivate pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative
 presentations;
Maintain discipline;
Meet requirements for the assessment and
recording of pupils' development;
Coordinate activities and resources within a specific
 area of the curriculum, supporting colleagues in the
delivery of this specialist area;
Staying up to date with changes and developments
 in the structure of the curriculum;
Take part in school events and activities which may
take place at weekends or in the evening;
Liaise with colleagues and working flexibly,
particularly within smaller schools.

What can you expect from
New Directions Education?
A dedicated account manager;
Regular and varied teaching supply work;
Competitive pay rates;
Potential long-term teaching roles;
Fully compliant with the Agency Workers
 Regulation (AWR);
Network of branches across the UK;
Preferred supplier to 19 boroughs across the UK;
Recommend a friend scheme;
Respected reputation throughout the
education and recruitment industry.

Please contact New Directions Education for
more information on this job vacancy, on
 01792 620180 , or use our form
to enquire about this job vacancy.

Last modified: 10th November 2017


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Freelance WOW Cardiff 2018 Programmer
(fixed-term until December 2018)
Southbank Centre - Cardiff
Please see the job advert in Welsh below.

2018 is the centenary of female suffrage in the UK. We are
marking this milestone with WOW Spirit, a partnership
between Southbank Centre’s WOW - Women of the World
festival and Spirit of 2012, who have funded the project.
We are developing and producing nine locally owned WOW
 festivals in five towns or cities across the UK between
2016 and 2018, all of which will become part of the
existing WOW network. The first of these took place
 in Bradford in November 2016. In 2017, Spirit-funded
WOW festivals took place in Exeter (13-15 October),
 Perth, Scotland (27-29 October) and Bradford (17-19
November). In 2018, five Spirit-funded festivals take
 place in Norwich, Cardiff, Exeter, Perth and Bradford.

WOW is a global festival movement launched by Jude Kelly
CBE in London in 2010 that celebrates women and girls,
 and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving
 their potential. To date, WOW has reached over one and a
 half million people worldwide and this number is growing
 year on year. With the HRH Duchess of Cornwall as
President, Southbank Centre is now planning a WOW
Commonwealth festival at the Commonwealth Games
 in 2018 with all 53 nations. Each festival across the
world - made up of talks, debates, music, activism,
 mentoring, pop ups and performance - celebrates
women & girls, takes a frank look at what prevents
 them from achieving their potential, and raises
 awareness globally of the issues they face and
 possible solutions. It reaches girls and women,
boys and men from a broad range of social back-
grounds and supplies a completely different sense
 of action and energy than a conventional conference
approach. Speakers have included Malala Yousafzai,
Christine Lagarde, Salma Hayek, Annie Lennox,
Gordon Brown, Julie Walters, Patrick Stewart and
 many more including hundreds of women and men
 who don’t have public profiles but are working
every day to achieve gender equality. Over 25,000
people came to WOW London in 2017, thousands
 more have come to WOWs across the world and
festival organisers have collaborated on cross-
continental projects.

Spirit of 2012

Spirit of 2012 is a funding charity, established with £47
 million from the Big Lottery Fund in November 2013.
 Spirit invests in happiness. It funds partners across
 the UK that provide opportunities in sports, physical
activity, arts and culture, volunteering and social
 action. Spirit was founded to continue and recreate
 the spirit of pride, positivity and social connectedness
that people experienced during the London 2012 Games.
 It invests to create good outcomes for people and
 communities and has invested over £25 million into
 community projects in over 100 locations across the
UK, benefiting more than 1 million people.

Southbank Centre

Southbank Centre is the UK’s largest arts centre occupying
 a 21-acre festival site that sits in the midst of London’s most
 vibrant cultural quarter on the southern bank of the Thames.
 We have an extraordinary creative and architectural history
which began with the 1951 Festival of Britain when the site
was the focal point for a nationwide celebration of culture
and the arts of all kinds. 50% of the construction team
were refugees and the organisation maintains a belief
that we can profoundly change lives through arts and
culture. Our buildings include the Royal Festival Hall,
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, Hayward Gallery,
Saison Poetry Library and Arts Council Collection of
visual arts as well as gardens, roof tops, public
squares and wide open spaces.
Today our artistic policy is designed around a year-round
cycle of festivals. Our festivals are led by ideas and they
 feature music, performance, dance, literature and visual
arts surrounded by a rich programme of learning and
participation.
We’re looking for an experienced and passionate Programmer
to lead on the planning and delivery of WOW in Cardiff in 2018.
 The postholder will be responsible for all aspects of producing
WOW Cardiff - from conducting initial community engagement
and Thinkin planning sessions to programming the festival talks,
workshops and performances, contracting the contributors and
evaluating the impact of the project. The successful candidate
will ideally be able to commence the role in January 2018.

With extensive experience in delivering community-based
 participative events on time and on budget, the ideal
candidate will have outstanding planning, organisational,
financial management, communication and interpersonal
 skills as well as extensive contacts in the local Cardiff
community. A flexible, proactive and positive approach
to work is also essential. Displaying an understanding
of all Southbank Centre activity, you will recognise, and
be committed to, the role that diversity and inclusivity
 play in all of Southbank Centre’s activity.

WOW Spirit Project Timeline
2016 - WOW Bradford (4 - 6 November)
2017 - WOW Exeter (13 - 15 October), WOW Perth
(27 - 29 October) and WOW Bradford (17 - 19 November)
2018 - WOW Norwich, WOW Perth, WOW Exeter, WOW
 Bradford and WOW Cardiff

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Youth Arts Co-ordinator
Rhondda Cynon Taf - Treorchy
£27,668 a year - Part-time, Temporary
Temporary until 31st March 2018,
when it will be reviewed

The Arts Service consists of two theatres, the Coliseum theatre i
n Aberdare and the Park & Dare theatre in Treorchy, and an Arts
& Creative Industries Team who work from an office base in the
 Park & Dare. Projects are delivered throughout the Borough.

Funding from the Welsh Government Families First programme
enables delivery of a Youth Arts & Sonig (Youth Music Industry)
 programme. Other projects include Young Promoters Network,
Forte (an Arts Council Wales funded artist development project)
and Arts & Regeneration

The service also leads on and is part of ArtsConnect, a
collaboration of local authority arts services and trusts
within South Wales and is an Arts Council of Wales
 revenue funded organisation, recognised as being
a Creative Hub.

We are looking for someone with a passion for developing youth
arts to support the work of the Arts & Creative Industries Team
 and the Arts Service. Youth Arts covers all art forms and our
 funding determines that we look at the social impact of
projects and reaches out to families, young people who
 may be vulnerable, disadvantaged or disabled.

The ideal applicant will be someone that shares our belief that
the arts makes a positive contribution to the well-being and
prosperity of both individuals and communities and that
welcomes the opportunity to work in partnership with
other Council Officers, arts officers in other local
authorities as well as Artists and Arts
Organisations across Wales.

The job is offered at 25 hours per week - ideally over 4 days
and we would consider job sharing based on 2 days each
per week.

For an informal discussion please contact the Arts &
Creative Industries Manager Anne Hayes on
(01443) 570037 or email anne.hayes@rctcbc.gov.uk .

The successful applicant will be subject to an
enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

In view of the large number of Application Forms which are
currently being submitted, individual applications are not
acknowledged. Consequently, if you do not hear from us
within four weeks of the closing date, please assume
that your application is unsuccessful on this occasion.
In which case you are thanked for the interest you have
shown in applying for a position within the Council.


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Wedding Videographer - South Wales & West
Ryan Welch Photography - Cardiff
Part-time
We are a fast growing photography and videography brand
 looking for new talent for our associate wedding videography
team as it expands in South Wales. We offer the perfect solution
 for videographers who want to earn an extra income alongside
their own business or job.

Maybe you want to spend more time with your family, or maybe
you just want to grow your business at your own pace without
the worry of chasing clients for money so you can pay your bills!
We take care of the marketing, sales, editing and design work -
you just focus on creating awesome wedding films for our clients.

Whilst we have style guides and instructions for posing our
signature shots, we encourage creativity and love it when
our videographer are used to posing and directing couples
 to achieve relaxed and natural footage.

One of the most important aspects of shooting for Ryan Welch
Photography is the relationships we build with our couples on
 the wedding day. We’re known for being relaxed, organised
and extremely professional and we will expect all applicants
to act in the same manner. We treat our clients like family,
and would expect all of our videographers to do the same!

Applicants will be talented in filming weddings and
comfortable shooting in varied lighting conditions.
Our style is super relaxed, fun and modern; and
our images are mostly taken in natural light.
The use of artificial light is limited to indoor
use, where necessary, in situations such as
during the first dance or cutting of the cake.

Our style requires our videographers to shoot using mostly
prime lenses and we’ve become known for our use of
shallow depths of field, but we’re open to whatever
systems you’re using too! We’d love it if your style
aligned with this - and have all required equipment
to film a wedding, including but not limited to;

2 x camera bodies (1 main capable of recording up
 a min of 29 minutes, and 1 backup camera)
A range of lenses, preferably zooms to cover wide
 to telephoto ranges
Mics (both on camera e.g. raw Rode mic, and off
camera e.g. H1 Zoom)
At least 1 tripod and preferably also a monopod
All relevant accessories, such as high capacity
memory cards etc.

Job Details
As an associate videographer you will not deal with bookings,
or information gathering and other admin leading up to and
after the wedding. Your obligations will include committing
to the wedding date, a pre wedding phone call with the client,
and after the wedding day you will upload your footage to our
 server and complete a short questionnaire about the event.
We’ll take care of all aspects of the editing.
Required licence or certification:
Dri
Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Ryan Welch Photography.
 
 
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programme and marketing officer in llanelli
 maryanne temblett, randstad business
support temporary wales specialism
marketing & PR sub £20,661 per year
Marketing job type temporary
reference number Llanelli3
contact maryanne temblett,
randstad business support
 phone 01792 643333

job description
Are you an experienced Marketing/Programme Coordinator?
Are you experienced in Budgeting and Supervising people?
Do you have the appropriate level of knowledge of
 performing arts and entertainment sector?
Then we want to hear from you!
My Llanelli Based client is currently looking to recruit for an
experienced marketing and programme coordinator to join
their busy team in the centre of Llanelli.
* Full Time
* 37 Hour Week (Monday to Friday)
* Duration - 3 months initially with scope for longer
Main Purpose of Job;
To support and advise the Senior Business, Marketing and
Programme Coordinator on the provision and promotion of
 a balanced programme of events and activities for the
County Theatres Service.

Essential Criteria for Role;
* Higher National Qualification or equivalent proven experience
in a relevant discipline
* Demonstrable experience and training in audience
development activities within the cultural sector
* Full Driving licence
* Appropriate level of knowledge of performing arts and
 entertainment sector
* Market research techniques, data gathering and Interpretation
* Use of relevant IT programmes and media as effective
 marketing and promotion tools
* General Box Office practice and front line customer
service working environment
* Working with budgets
* Supervising people
* Developing and implementing promotional projects
* Proven record in media, communications and public relations
* Ability to work to won initiatives and lead by example
* Effective negotiator
* Effective organiser and decision maker and team worker
So, if you are experienced in Marketing, have knowledge
of the Entertainment and Performing arts industry
then we want to hear from you.

Please contact Maryanne Temblett on
01792 209536 to get more information

Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business
when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency
 when introducing candidates for permanent employment with
 a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities
 employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

Why not listen to some of the inspiring stories from our candidates
and their one piece of career advice. It's just a few of the thousands
 of people who have found success in their working lives with
Randstad. Visit www.randstad.co.uk/how-i-became to find out
what you could become.


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Music and Arts Lead Trainers/Teachers - "Relocation to UAE"
Faith manpower recruitment consultancy - United Kingdom
Job Summary
Faith Recruitment is a private organization , seeking to expand
 our business horizons and work within the International
 recruitment industry, with a huge emphasis laid on the
 corporate and private sectors pertaining to the GCC
 and MENA region.

Opportunity:
The teacher will be moving to work for one of the reputable schools
 in UAE that has high education standards and perfect career growth.
Great packages and benefits depending on qualifications.

Education & Experience Required:
Minimum of two years’ teaching experience required.
Bachelor’s Degree in Music or Arts (Music, Theatre Arts,
Drama, Fine Arts) or B.Ed with a focus on Music or Arts
(Music, Theatre Arts, Drama, Fine Arts); or PGCE in Music
 and Arts or equivalent (Music, Theatre Arts, Drama, Fine Arts)
Strong written and verbal communication skills, good
 interpersonal skills and an ability to work with
diverse groups of people.
Sound understanding of technologies that support
 educational development and current, with
technology developments.
Training / Leadership experience.
Job Type: Full-time

Required education:
Bachelor's
Required experience:
teaching: 2 years
Please review all application instructions before
applying to Faith manpower recruitment consultancy.


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The Rijksmuseum Fellowship Programme
Location    Museumstraat 1, Amsterdam
Function types    Research, Development, Innovation
Scientific fields    Behaviour and Society, Language and Culture
Hours    40.0 hours per week
Education    Doctorate
Job number    AT Rijksmuseum Fellowship
Short link    www.academictransfer.com/43445
Apply for this job within 60 days
Job description
We welcome international research proposals which open
 new perspectives on the Rijksmuseum’s collection, its
history and activities. The purpose of the programme is
 to enable applicants to base part of their research at
the Rijksmuseum and thus to strengthen the bonds
between the museum and universities. The focus of
 research should relate to the Rijksmuseum’s collection
 and activities, and may encompass any of its varied
holdings, including paintings, sculpture, decorative
 arts, prints, drawings, photography and historical
 artefacts. The programme offers students and
academic scholars access to the museum’s
 collections, library, conservation laboratories
and curatorial expertise. Furthermore, the
museum facilitates opportunities for Fellows
to engage in workshops and excursions to
encourage the exchange of knowledge -
both amongst themselves and the
 broader museum audience.
Requirements
Eligibility
The Rijksmuseum Fellowship Programme is open to
candidates of all nationalities and with varied
specialisms. They may include art historians,
curators, conservators, historians and scientists.
Candidates should have proven research capabilities,
 academic credentials and excellent written and
spoken knowledge of two languages (English and
preferably Dutch or German). Fellowships will be
awarded for a duration ranging from 6-24 months,
starting in the academic year 2018-2019. Please
 review the Rijksmuseum website for detailed
information on each individual Fellowship position.
Conditions of employment
Fellowship stipends are awarded to help support a
Fellow’s study and research efforts during the
tenure of their appointment. The stipend amount
varies by funding source and Fellowship period.
Visit the Rijksmuseum website for further information.
Application and procedure
Please review the eligibility, funding and application
requirements by following the link to the Fellowship
of your interest:
Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship for art historical research:
https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/andrew-w.-mellon-fellowship
Johan Huizinga Fellowship for historical research:
https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/johan-huizinga-fellowship
Migelien Gerritzen Fellowship for conservation
 and scientific research:
https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/migelien-gerritzen-fellowship
Dr. Anton C.R. Dreesmann Fellowship for art:
https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/dr.-anton-c.r.-dreesmann-fellowship

The closing date for all applications is 14 January 2018,
at 6:00 p.m. (Amsterdam time/CET). No applications will
be accepted after this deadline.

All applications must be submitted online and in English.
Applications or related materials delivered via email,
postal mail, or in person will not be accepted.
Selection will be made by an international
committee in February 2018.

The committee consists of eminent scholars in the relevant
 fields of study from European universities and institutions,
and members of the curatorial and conservation staff of the
 Rijksmuseum. Applicants will be notified by 1 March 2018.
All Fellowships will start in September 2018.
Further information
For questions concerning the application procedure, contact
 Marije Spek, Coordinator of the Fellowship Programme
 (m.spek@rijksmuseum.nl), +31 (0)20-6747395.
Acquisition is not appreciated.
ID: SUJmFFT2


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Teacher of LAMDA
Caterham School - Caterham
LAMDA Peripatetic Teacher
Part Time

The Department of Drama drives a thriving co-curricular
 activity with regular productions in the autumn, spring
and summer terms as well as an annual House Drama
competition and other events. Students are also offered
 the opportunity to take the LAMDA examinations and to
 take part in various drama festivals.

Drama works alongside the Music and Dance departments
 and often collaborates with them on productions.
Our recently opened performing arts centre is well resourced,
 housing both the Humphreys and Deayton Theatres and other
specifically designed rehearsal and performance spaces.
The Centre provides excellent lighting, sound facilities
& is supported by a dedicated Technical Theatre Manager.

The Post
We are seeking an experienced teacher of Drama, including
LAMDA to work with the Head of Drama and Theatre Studies
on a peripatetic basis.

Key areas of responsibility:
Departmental Policy, Administration and Resources
To be conversant with departmental aims & objectives.
To manage efficiently, and take responsibility for,
departmental resources entrusted to the subject
teacher's care.
To plan Speech and Drama lessons in line with
examination requirements.
To source and resource interesting and appropriate
learning materials such as play texts, excerpts & prose.
Teaching, Assessment, Recording and Reporting
To plan and teach interesting and engaging lessons
in keeping with the LAMDA examination syllabuses.
To thoroughly prepare students for festivals and
LAMDA examinations in Speech and Drama.
To monitor pupils' progress in Speech and Drama.
To promote sound standards of punctuality,
discipline and work within teaching groups,
utilising the school sanctions and rewards
system when necessary.

General Responsibilities
To maintain good order and discipline among pupils
and safeguard their health, safety and welfare both
on the School campus and on organised events
 outside school.
Pastoral responsibilities
Contact parents as and when required (in
accordance with the Head of Department).
Liaise with Medical, Academic Support and any
other professionals as and when necessary.

Co-curricular Responsibilities
To contribute to the co-curricular Performance Arts
 programme, including Speech and Drama Festivals,
Examinations, Showcases and other Faculty events
(as agreed with Director of Performance Arts Faculty).

Whole School Responsibilities
To assist in the promotion of the School's reputation
 and in marketing activities as required.
To adhere to all the School's Policies.

Required Qualifications and Knowledge
Previous LAMDA teaching experience
Degree in Performance or Drama or
similar level of experience

Skills, Competences and Qualities
A positive and enthusiastic approach to teaching
The ability to make learning enjoyable and to
encourage an atmosphere of mutual respect
High academic expectations and to instil
high standards of behaviour
A thorough knowledge of the requirements of
 LAMDA exams and the ability to teach across
the ability/ option range.
The ability to communicate effectively with colleagues,
pupils and parents and to support the aims of the school/
drama department.
Excellent time management and organisational skills,
including thorough record keeping and planning.
The ability to organise and plan effectively .
The ability to form and maintain appropriate
 relationships and personal boundaries with
children and to adhere to the school’s safe-
guarding policies.
Flexibility to work outside the timetabled school day.

Remuneration
£20 per session. Sessions take place during the
34 weeks of school term time, mostly at the end
of the School day; from 4pm onwards.

View or apply to job:

 https://www.indeed.co.uk/viewjob?jk=945727219e21313a&tk=1bue5d
4ol052s5f0&from=jarecjobs&alid=58370d1de4b094310e368f91&utm_
source=jobseeker_emails&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=
job_alerts&rgtk=1bue5d4ol052s5f0
 
 
 
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Team Leader Art & Design Workshops
University of South Wales  - Cardiff
£33,943 - £39,324 a year
The University of South Wales is seeking to recruit a Team Leader
Art & Design Workshops to join the Faculty of Creative Industries
 Technical Support team to provide technical support to students,
 staff and guests in the use of the craft workshops and studio
facilities at the Cardiff and Pontypridd campuses.

The successful candidate will have experience of leading and
supervising a technical team providing instruction and support
 in the use of a range of equipment, materials and software
used in Design Workshops, Fashion Studios and Art
Practice Facilities at Higher Education level.

View or apply to job:
https://jobs.southwales.ac.uk/vacancies/
4170/team_leader_art_design_workshops


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Lecturer in Architectural Glass Design
University of Wales Trinity St David - Swansea
£34,520 - £39,993 a year
Part Time (0.4 FTE), Permanent

The School of Design & Applied Arts at Swansea College of Art,
UWTSD is a vibrant and innovative School comprised of three
cognate discipline areas of Surface Pattern Design, Glass and
Industrial Design (Product, Automotive & Transportation). A
principal characteristic of the School is that its constituent
 disciplines are all concerned with the design and ‘making’
of material artefacts, with considerable emphasis upon
studio practices and a diverse range of traditional and
digitally driven specialist processes and workshops
 that accommodate student learning for both
bespoke & mass production design intentions.

Applications are invited from individuals with the appropriate
 knowledge and practical experience to deliver an exciting
blend of teaching and learning encompassing architectural
 glass design, drawing and visualisation (ideally using both
 traditional & digital techniques), decorative glass techniques
 and glass construction, forming, fabrication and finishing.
The post holder will be expected to deliver specialist work-
shops and tuition in these subjects, support the wider
spectrum of learning experiences within the programme
 and contribute to scholarly activity in their field. It is
expected that the successful candidate will have a
1st or 2.1 undergraduate degree with an appropriate
postgraduate qualification, and must be able to
demonstrate practical knowledge and
commercial experience of
Architectural Glass design.

This post is primarily concerned with supporting and
delivering learning, teaching and assessment of
Architectural Glass across our portfolio of BA/MDes/
MA programmes. However, the successful candidate
would be expected to contribute to other technical
and academic aspects of programme management
and delivery and to support learning across the
wider School and Faculty, where appropriate.

View or apply to job:
http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/jobs/job-title-67935-en.html


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Creative Arts Activity Leader - UK Summer Camp
Xkeys Ltd - Monmouth
£400 a week - Temporary
Specialist Activity Leader (Creative Arts)

“The hardest job you’ll ever love…”
Safeguarding the welfare of our children is XUK's primary duty.

Create, plan and deliver a safe, stimulating and engaging course
timetable for campers aged 8 – 17. Assist the pastoral team in
ensuring that campers are settled and integrated into camp life.

Pay: Up to £400 per week with full board accommodation
Dates: From 6th July 2018 for at least 3 weeks
How to apply: https://www.xukcamps.com/jobs/apply
Find out more: www.xukcamps.com

Apply now on our website for an unforgettable summer
working with children.


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Support Worker
Salary/Rate £8/hour Company Pension, Rewards Scheme
 & more. Location: Wrexham. Company: Voyage Care.
How was your day at work today?
Katherine, one of our support workers, arrived at 8:30am prompt
as usual: caught the bus to Chester for a spot of shopping and
lunch, called into the local library for some books before
 going swimming.
Other days she attends local classes and has a go at Arts' and
 Crafts, she really enjoys her working day which is completed
by 3:30pm.
Does this sound better?
Katherine is not doing all the above activities alone! she is
supporting someone with Autism to access the activities
they enjoy.
Could this be your goal?
We are recruiting Support Workers in the Brymbo area of Wrexham,
you will be required to work from 8:30am - 3:30pm Mon- Fri (Full/
Part-time considered), have experience / knowledge of Autism.

If you are patient, kind and caring and have confidence,
 sensitivity and compassion: we want to hear from you.
Ask yourself this….       What could your day be like
tomorrow, if you were part of the Voyage care team!

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of
the people we support. All successful candidates will be subject
 to an Enhanced DBS/PVG check and Regulated Activity which
will include a check against the Barred adult list.

* Some of our roles require male or female employees only,
where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational
 requirement, in accordance with the Equality
Act 2010.

Reference 13614/12594
Job ID206803883


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Singing Teacher
StageCoach Theatre Arts Carmarthen
Part-time

Hi Everyone!

We are expanding our team at Stagecoach Carmarthen
and Haverfordwest. Please spread the word to anyone
who may be interested in the below job opportunity.

Stagecoach Carmarthen and Haverfordwest are in search
of a Singing teacher to start next term January 2018. The
 role will involve teaching singing to our students aged 6-
18 years. The successful candidate will be a great team
player, eager to learn and will be passionate about
working with young children. Applicants must be
 available Thursdays (4.30-7.30pm) in
 Haverfordwest and Saturdays
(10-1pm and 2-4pm) in
Carmarthen during
 term time.

Please send CV’s detailing relevant experience.
We look forward to hearing from you!

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to StageCoach Theatre
 Arts Carmarthen.


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Early Stages Teacher
StageCoach Theatre Arts Carmarthen
Permanent
Stagecoach Performing Arts Carmarthen are looking for
an Early Stages Teacher to start position in September 2017.

You will be teaching our youngest students 4-6 years and you
will need a general knowledge of the Performing Arts and be
able to teach the children 30 mins singing, 30 mins dancing
and 30 mins drama each week. You will need to be creative,
caring and patient and help the children to achieve their
potential in a safe and secure environment.

Job Type: Permanent
Please review all application instructions before
applying to StageCoach Theatre Arts Carmarthen


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Support Youth Worker / Youth Worker
The Willows Centre, Troedyrhiw -
Merthyr Tydfil CF48
£8.00 - £8.50 an hour - Contract

Youth Support worker or Youth Worker Role
Opportunities with Willows Youth Club (Willows Centre,
Troedyrhiw) – South Cluster, Merthyr Tydfil CF48 4DX

Would you like to make a difference in the lives of the young
 people in Merthyr Tydfil? Do you have the passion to support
 young people and enable them to try new opportunities in a
fun way?

Are you confident in working with young people
 across the 11 - 25 age range?

If the answer is YES, then this role may suit you, our successful
applicant will have experience in working with young people
from a deprived area and understand the complex needs,
with the ability to monitor and evaluate youth work at
the club, build partnerships and try new experiences.

Part time hours: 9 Hours typically Tuesday 5-9
 /Wednesday 5-8 or Thursday5-9/ Friday 5-8.

Role and pay: Youth Support Worker up to a level 3 Youth
work QCF £8 - 8.50 per hour dependent on experience.

You will be part of a small team that will deliver engaging
 activties that will enrich the lives of the young people.

You will need to be available for a maximum of 3 evening
sessions per week Tuesday to Friday. Sessions start from
 5pm through to 9pm Tuesdays and Thursday / 5-8pm
Wednesdays and Fridays. Flexibility is essential for
this post as the holidays we deliver a number of trips
 and experiences, outside standard operational hours

The successful candidates will ideally hold a minimum
 of a NVQ Level 2 in Youth Work, First Aid and Level 2
Safeguarding or above - Candidates who have
experience and not the qualifications are
welcomed to apply.

_Youth Workers and Youth Support Workers in Wales are
now required to undertake a registration with the (EWC)
Education Workforce Council. This costs £15 per year.

Key Interests: Arts, theatre, music, sports, and issue
based work, targeted work, project development,
health and well-being, new experiences and
challenging young people’s mind-set
in a positive way.

Charity number: 1101211

The Willows Youth Club is committed to safeguarding and
 promoting the welfare of the young people and community
we work with. Applicants to this post will be required to
complete the appropriate level of Disclosure & Barring
Service Check.

Qualifications and Skills

Qualifications the candidate would ideally poses
Level 2 in Youth Work or Equivalent (QCF)
Level 3 in Youth work or higher (QCF).
Level 2 in Safeguarding
CPD units in issue based learning.

Desirable
Level 3 EAT (QCF)
Driving License with 16 seater bus
Knowledge, skills and experience
Experience of working with young people
 key ages 11-17 (17+ may attend) which
 may be in a voluntary capacity due to
 the drop in model of the club.
Ability to build relationships and relate well to young people.
Ability to motivate young people and facilitate young
people’s learning
Commitment to challenging prejudice and ignorance
Ability to develop work with young people to achieve
planned outcomes
Ability to undertake evening, weekend, residential
work as required in order to meet service need.

Benefits
Access to a range of qualifications
and CPD units through out the year.

Job Type: Contract
Salary: £8.00 to £8.50 /hour
Job Location:
Merthyr Tydfil CF48
Required education:
Secondary education
Required experience:
Youth Work: 1 year
Required language:
English
Required licence or certification:
Level 2 in Youth Work (QCF)

Please review all application instructions before
applying to The Willows Centre, Troedyrhiw.


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Ticketing and Reception Assistant
Memo Arts Centre - Barry CF62
£7.60 an hour - Contract

Can your cheerful outlook and helpful disposition give our
 customers a warm welcome, making them want to visit
the theatre again and again?
Can you help us sell more tickets? If so, you could be an
essential part of our ticketing and reception team.

TO APPLY: Visit
https://www.memoartscentre.co.uk/ticketing-reception-assistant/
and download Application Pack and Application Form

Responsibilities and Duties

Provide the highest standards of customer service in a manner
which is always approachable, warm and friendly.
Assist the Manager to achieve an efficient, professional
Box Office function.
Assist the Manager to achieve an efficient, professional Reception.
Be aware of company systems and protocols.
Note: You are employed as Ticketing and Reception Assistant.
However, you may be asked to perform other duties at the same
 grade and remuneration package and to the same total hours of
work. You will be given four weeks’ notice of any proposed
changes in duties.

Qualifications and Skills
PERSONAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Ticketing and Reception Assistant

ESSENTIAL
- Strong customer service experience.
- Experience of working with computerised sales
systems, preferably a Ticketing system.
- Experience of cash handling and reconciling income.
- Flexible with working hours, including evenings and weekend

DESIRABLE
- Fluent Welsh speaker.
- Experience of working in a Box Office.
- Knowledge of the Ticketsolve Ticketing system.
- Experience of working in a telesales environment.
- Experience of working in and a passion for the arts.
- Experience of fundraising.
- First Aid Trained.

Job Type: Contract
Salary: £7.60 /hour

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Memo Arts Centre.


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Project Administrator - Regional Arts
 in Education Network (Region 2)
University of Wales Trinity
Saint David - Swansea
£21,585 - £24,983 a year
Part Time (0.4 FTE),
 Fixed term until the 30th June 2020

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David, in partnership with ERW
 and the six local authorities, has been awarded an Arts Council for
Wales grant to provide a single, consistent and integrated Education
and Art Consortia Network serving the south west and mid Wales
region. The All-Wales Arts & Education Offer focuses on increasing
and improving opportunities for teachers and learners in schools to
work with artists and arts/cultural/heritage organisations; increasing
 opportunities for young people to experience the work of Wales’s
artists and arts/cultural organisations & creating more opportunities
 for communication and partnerships between schools, artists, arts/
cultural/heritage organisations and local communities.

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David invites applications for
 a Project Administrator to support the delivery of the project.

The post holder will be responsible for providing administrative
support to the Regional Arts and Education Network Project
Team in the delivery of the key project components. Previous
experience in providing high quality administrative support
 will be crucial for this role. Experience of administering
funded projects as well as a knowledge and understanding
of the Arts &/or the Education sector would be an advantage.

The Project Administrator will be expected to produce work
of a good quality that complies with the relevant University
guidelines and regulatory framework. They will work
closely with other departments within the University
to deliver a high quality service and will be expected
to take minutes at various meetings.

Other duties will include:
• Processing purchase orders, processing / matching supplier
 invoices, raising internal / external invoices and quotations
for approval by nominated individuals
• Database and other software administration
• Arranging, servicing and supporting internal and
external meetings, training programme and events

View or apply to job
http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/jobs/job-title-67801-en.html


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Dance Teacher
Stagecoach Performing Arts - Cardiff
Part-time
Dance teacher required for Stagecoach Cardiff
on Saturday mornings during term time,
 9.30am till 1.00pm.
Job Type: Part-time
Required experience:
Dance teacher: 2 years
Please review all application instructions before
applying to Stagecoach Performing Arts Cardiff.


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Kids Team Member
David Lloyd Leisure  - Cardiff
£7.60 - £8.00 an hour - Permanent

One thing our members have in common is that they all have goals -
whether it’s to run a marathon, lose weight for a holiday, get fitter,
beat their friends at tennis, see their child swim their first length
 unaided, or eat more healthily. For our members being part of
David Lloyd is about being part of a club that fits their life,
where they can enjoy a breadth of quality facilities
delivered with a genuine passion for service and
 an obsessive attention to detail.

For our members, visiting a David Lloyd Club is about enjoying the
 full breadth of our quality facilities and products. Our Kids Classes
 form an important part of our family offering and provide our
members with the opportunity to involve their children in fun
and creative activities in a safe environment.

Our clubs are renowned for having a dynamic, engaging and fun
culture so it is important that our DLL Kids Coach’s are caring,
enthusiastic and talented people who love working with children.
We cater for kids aged 3-12 and offer a host of games, sports and
arts sessions available after school, on weekends and during
school holidays that have been developed in conjunction
 with the National Curriculum. Our team’s number one priority
is the safety and wellbeing of children and we provide a
fantastic educational environment for them to have fun
and explore their physical and artistic sides!

So do you have a passion for sports? Do you love performing drama
or arts and crafts? Do you love working with children? If the answer
is yes then you will thrive in a role as a DLL Kids Coach. Of course
working for DLL means you will have access to a variety of benefits
including free membership of our clubs and discount across all of
our products.

So, what is it like to work for a ‘Sunday Times Best Big Company?’
 ....In one word - ‘FUN’!

We are thrilled to be ranked #21 in the Sunday Times 30 Best Big
Companies To Work For 2017! This accolade serves to reinforce
our commitment to our team members and proves how great it is
 to work for David Lloyd Leisure. So, what can you expect if you
join us?

You will have access to a wide range of benefits including FREE
Club memberships, this benefit means you can enjoy all our Clubs
 in the UK and Europe!

On a day to day basis you will find yourself working in a state-of-
the-art environment surrounded by friendly and passionate
 colleagues. But most of all, working for us is about having
fun. We aim to provide a happy, inviting and safe culture
where our ‘We Play’ value is brought to life each and
every day. So if you want to come and join the
premium name in the leisure and fitness
industry please follow the link and
apply, a career with us could be
 just what you are looking for.

View or apply to job:
https://careers.davidlloyd.co.uk/vacancies/
12750/kids-team-member.html?source=indeed


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Ballet Teacher
The Jean England School of Dance - Cardiff
Part-time
Ballet teacher required for established classes
in Whitchurch, Cardiff. Saturday's in term time,
9am - 2pm.

Experience of teaching ballet for ages 3+ is
essential, training will be provided as required

Classes are currently taught through the BBO
 Classical Ballet syllabus, experience of this
 organisation is desireable or a willingness
to learn / train

Classes currently range from age 3 to 14 and
there is potential to develop for the right candidate.

There is also the opportunity to choreograph for
annual shows and other local performance events.

This role would suit a recent graduate or young teacher
staring out on their teaching career, full support will be
provided for a suitable candidate.

Job Type: Part-time
Job Location:
Cardiff, Cardiff
Required education:
Diploma
Required experience:
teaching: 1 year
Required licence or certification:
DBS Certificate
Please review all application instructions before
 applying to The Jean England School of Dance.


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Technical Demonstrator in Printmaking (Maternity Cover)
Glyndŵr University - Wrexham
£11,686 - £13,536 a year - Temporary
The School of Creative Arts at Wrexham Glyndwr University
is looking to recruit an experienced Printmaker to support
the student programmes of learning in the Print Workshop
at Regent Street, Wrexham, on its undergraduate and
postgraduate courses.

The successful candidate will manage the organisation
and delivery of all printmaking activities and other
associated activities such as:

· Undergraduate (and postgraduate students
working until September assessment point) support
· Supporting re-sit students using Print over summer
· Work made for New Designers
· Stock-take, set-up/clear-up, materials ordering,
 equipment services and maintenance
· Liaison with School Manager/Programme Leaders
· Summers School/PT Classes

You will possess good organisation, communication
and interpersonal skills. The opportunity to develop
your own work is possible by negotiation with the
Associate Head for Art & Design Programmes.

You will be educated to undergraduate level and
have experience of this kind of work and level.

For further details please contact
Prof.AlecShepley-email alec.shepley@glyndwr.ac.uk

To apply in Welsh, please complete the attached
application form and return to jobs@glyndwr.ac.uk

https://jobs.glyndwr.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=1718030


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Drama Teacher - Cardiff
£33,160 a year
Drama Teacher required for highly reputable Secondary School in
 North Cardiff. This school is close to the M4 motorway and has
an open vacancy within their Creative Arts department for a full
time Teacher of Drama from half term, initially until the end of
the academic year.
The Drama and Arts department at our partner school have been
praised throughout inspections for their state of the art facilities,
and consistently high results. Located towards the north of the
City Centre, the Secondary school is 0.8 miles from the nearest
 train station.
The appointed teacher of Drama will have a full timetable, teaching
both Key Stage Three and Key Stage Four.
Full time teaching position from half term 2017, initially until the end
of the academic year.
Located in North Cardiff, accessible via public transportation links
MPS depending on previous experiences, up to £33,160 per annum
Estyn rated 'Good' RC Secondary school, full support from the
Creative Arts department
Both newly qualified and experienced teachers of Drama are
welcome to apply for this position. To be considered, please
send a full CV For more information, please call the Cardiff
Secondary Office on 02920 660276


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Part Time Drama Teacher
Helen O'Grady Drama Academy - Chepstow
£15 an hour - Part-time
We are looking for a creative, energetic, experienced
 teacher to join our fabulous team in South Wales.
This is a maternity cover part- time teaching position.
Hours are in the evenings and on weekends.

Our curriculum will be provided; this is specially written
to help children grow in confidence, self-esteem,
develop communication and performance skills.
Some administration is involved and accuracy
 is important. Must drive and have own car.

Full training in our curriculum and ongoing training provided.
Subject to DBS check and satisfactory completion of training.

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: £15.00 /hour
Required experience:
drama: 1 year
Required licence or certification:
Driving License

Please review all application instructions before
 applying to Helen O'Grady Drama Academy.


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Concept Designer
Careers in Design
South West, UK
£25000 - £30000 per annum
Permanent

This company is a specialist in the interior architecture
of historical and period properties. They are passionate
about their designs and work directly with their clients
who come to them for their expertise and beautiful
pieces of furniture, joinery and workmanship.

They have a new role that requires both a creative and
organised mind to put together Concept Packages.
These comprise of floor plans and layouts which
are then colour washed to give depth and visual
impact, material palette and mood boards,
furniture drawings, equipment lists and
 a budget. It will also need historical
research into furniture and joinery
for the period of the building.

This role will be a developing one and will allow the
individual to take on further responsibilities as it
progresses.

Person / Experience Required:

A creative and enquiring mind
Strong hand-drawing and illustrative skills
Sensitivity to architecture and period properties
Organised and happy to collate files and documents
Background in furniture, interior design or an arts degree
Commercially minded and numerate

Contact: Pippa Baker
Reference: Totaljobs/V03537
Job ID: 76732454


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Activities Practitioner (p/t)
Able Radio - Cwmbran
Part-time
Able based in Upper Cwmbran, provides a day time facility for
people with learning impairments and ASD. Using media and
creativity we daily change the lives of individuals attending
 service in a fun and informative format.

We seek an outstanding individual who can drive experiences
forward across our range of services including media, arts
 and crafts. You will be a creative thinking person with
proven experience in this area either in education
or a similar setting.

This position has flexible hours between 9.30 and 3pm weekdays.
After training and DBS check you will be employed on an ad-hoc
basis as determined by the needs of the service. This may later
lead to a staff position with Able but you will be paid above min
 wage level. We primarily work with adults but increasingly we
welcome small school groups to participate.

If you want to find out more, please visit www.ableradio.com

Applications are required to provide a c/v and a covering
message/letter containing details about how you could
 make the difference. Please note that applications
without a covering message will not be considered.

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Able Radio.


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Butterfly Ranger
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Carmarthen SA32
Part-time

Introduction

The first botanic garden of the new millennium and a
notable addition to the international community of
botanic gardens, the Garden stretches over more
than 568 acres/237 hectares on the edge of the
beautiful Towy Valley in Carmarthenshire.

In just 16 years, it has become a place of international
significance dedicated to conservation, horticulture,
science, education, leisure and the arts. The Garden
is dedicated to the research and conservation of
biodiversity, to sustainability, lifelong learning
and the enjoyment of the visitor.

The Role

Hours: 15 hours per week, 10am-6pm, Saturday and
 Sunday Location: National Botanic Garden of Wales
Reports to: Head of Science Salary: In line with
National Minimum Wage

We are looking for somebody who is enthusiastic about
 butterflies and confident with public engagement/
interaction to join our skilled Butterfly Team at the
 National Botanic Garden of Wales. This is an
opportunity to interact with the public in one
of the most visited sites in the gardens whilst
educating them on the butterflies we have in
the house. The Plas Pilipala tropical butterfly
 house has been open to the public since July
2016 and hosts a diverse collection of tropical
butterflies. As a knowledgeable member of the
butterfly team you will communicate with a
team of volunteers and the public, whilst
being responsible for the maintenance of
 the butterfly house during working hours.

The butterfly ranger position involves interaction with
the public, working with volunteer rangers and
monitoring the butterfly house. Daily tasks and
responsibilities include interacting with and
educating the public, replenishing food
 sources in the tropical house, releasing
 butterflies into the house throughout
the day, recording data, managing and
working with other members of staff,
monitoring and altering the conditions
of the butterfly house, communication
with other NBGW departments, and
opening and closing the house
each day.

You will be required to have knowledge and understanding
 of the species present in the butterfly house, training will
be provided for you. You will need to be prepared to answer
questions from the public and willing to explain about how
 the house works. With both team working skills and an
ability to work independently you will be capable of
looking after the butterfly house for full weekend days.

You must be able to work between 10am and 6pm on
weekends, whilst being flexible over busier times of
the year when required.

Please review all application instructions before
applying to the National Botanic Garden of Wales.


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  HLTA / Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Salary/Rate£60.00 - £80.00/day Newport, Wales
HLTA / Higher Level Teaching Assistant
Required for PPA Cover

The school is seeking to appoint a HLTA / Higher Level
Teaching Assistant. There will be a focus on being part
 of our growing school, working as a member of a very
strong school team, encouraging positive behaviour in
their children and assisting them in achieving high
standards.

The HLTA / Higher Level Teaching Assistant will be
required to work under the guidance of and with
the Teaching and Senior Staff to implement
agreed programmes of work.

The post is Temporary - Full Time for 3 Terms -
Starting From September 2017 or as soon as possible.

The successful candidate will be joining a team of hardworking
and positive staff in a caring and friendly school, where gospel
 values play an integral part in developing pupils' wellbeing and
learning, covering PPA for the next academic year. The
successful candidate will be taking P.E, Arts & Crafts and Music
 sessions so any specialisms in these areas would be beneficial.

As a HLTA / Higher Level Teaching Assistant
through TeacherActive you will receive:

Competitive rates of pay
Support from a dedicated team of consultants
An excellent referral scheme
Access to a range of unique positions in our schools.

To apply please call Kira on 02920 099995 or email

All applicants will be contacted to discuss suitability
and then invited to register with TeacherActive.

Registration involves an enhanced DBS/ CRB check, identity
checks and requires all applicants to supply good
professional references. Please only apply if you
are confident that you will pass this procedure.
In return, we will offer leading industry rates, a
no hassle payment scheme, a personal
consultant for a one to one service -
and a unique referral system.

TeacherActive has been awarded the Quality Mark, to
denote excellence in providing supply staff to schools.
TeacherActive is an equal opportunities employer, and
 operates as an Employment Business in providing
temporary or contract job-seeking services

TypeTemporary Start Immediately Contract Length N/A
 Job Reference HLTAKW Job ID206516299


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Activities Assistant
Care Home / Nursing Home
Activity Coordinator
Date Posted: 26 Sep 2017
Job Location: Tonypandy,  Rhondda, Cynon, Taff
Company: Silvercrest Care
Salary: meets national minimum wage
Hours: Part Time
Contact Name: Cwrt Enfys
Job Reference: activities
Reporting to the activities coordinator, you will support the
team in the provision of meaningful, enjoyable, engaging
and stimulating activities. You will assist to plan, organise,
promote & implement within the home for all the residents
in line with the principles, policies, procedures and best
practice guidelines for relationship centred care, clinical
care and dementia care.
The activities assistant will proactively engage with and
support the activities programme in the home. they will
support the activities coordinator/ team to ensure
residents know about and are engaged in the
activities available.
We are looking for someone with a wide variety of interests
in such areas as Arts & Crafts, Gardening, Cooking, Singing,
reminiscence, board games, quizzes, music, pet therapy
 and much more. you don't need to cover all interests
just have a flexible approach to all activities as we
cover a little bit of everything as a team.
Activities assistance cover 7 days a week so a rolling rota
will be in place for weekends and some late evenings may
 be required from time to time.

Skills/Qualifications:

QCF level 2 or 3 in health and social care (desirable)
Experience in working in a care home
reliable and punchtual
flexible and adaptable
excellent written and verbal skills
good listening skills
friendly and patient attitude
self motivated but also able to work as a team

APPLY FOR THIS JOB:
https://www.carehome.co.uk/signup


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Drama Teacher - Cardiff
Sector: Secondary
Date posted: 25/09/2017
Drama Teacher required for highly reputable
Secondary School in North Cardiff. This
 school is close to the M4 motorway and
has an open vacancy within their Creative
 Arts department for a full time Teacher of
 Drama from half term, initially until the
end of the academic year.

The Drama and Arts department at our partner school
have been praised throughout inspections for their
state of the art facilities, and consistently high
results. Located towards the north of the City
Centre, the Secondary school is 0.8 miles
from the nearest train station.

The appointed teacher of Drama will have a full
 timetable, teaching both Key Stage Three and
Key Stage Four.

- Full time teaching position from half term
2017, initially until the of the academic year

- Located in North Cardiff, accessible via
public transportation links

- MPS depending on previous experiences,
up to £33,160 per annum

- Estyn rated 'Good' RC Secondary school,
full support from the Creative Arts department

Both newly qualified and experienced teachers
of Drama are welcome to apply for this position.
To be considered, please send a full CV

For more information, please call the
Cardiff Secondary Office on 02920 660276


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Head of Music,Drama & Performing Arts
- Cwmbran High School
Torfaen County Borough Council 
Permanent
Cwmbran High School is seeking to employ an energetic,
enthusiastic & creative Head of Music, Drama & Performing Arts.

The successful candidate would be an Honours Graduate who
 has an awareness of a range of teaching & learning styles
and is an excellent classroom practitioner.

The successful candidate must have the ability to teach KS3 –
KS5 Music, Drama and Performing Arts. Grade 8 Piano is
desirable, as is vocal experience.

It is imperative that they also possess an excellent understanding
of strategies for raising standards & pupil achievement.

For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please contact
Mrs H Coulson, Headteacher, to discuss the vacancy further.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application
 to the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Qualifications / Experience:
Teaching Degree (QTS) - Essential
Good Honours Graduate - Essential
A clear understanding of a skills based curriculum - Essential
A thorough knowledge of current curriculum developments - Essential
An awareness of a range of teaching and learning styles- Essential
An understanding of strategies for raising standards of pupil achievement - Essential
An understanding of the use of individual pupil data to raise standards - Essential
How to apply: Download a copy of the Application Form and Job Description Here.

You are welcome to submit your application in English or in Welsh.
Each application will be treated equally.

Application forms and further information can be obtained from
and returned to: Mrs H Coulson, Headteacher, Cwmbran High
School, Ty Gwyn Way, Fairwater, Cwmbran NP44 4YZ
or Telephone 01495 643950
or E-Mail: head.cwmbranhigh@torfaen.gov.uk

View or apply to job:
http://www.torfaen.gov.uk/en/Jobs/Vacancies/Head-of-Music
Drama-Performing-Arts-Cwmbran-High-School.aspx
 

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Drama Teacher - Cardiff
Teaching Personnel 
£33,160 a year
Drama Teacher required for highly reputable Secondary
School in North Cardiff. This school is close to the M4
motorway and has an open vacancy within their
Creative Arts department for a full time Teacher
of Drama from half term, initially until the end of
 the academic year.
The Drama and Arts department at our partner school have
 been praised throughout inspections for their state of the
art facilities, and consistently high results. Located towards
the north of the City Centre, the Secondary school is 0.8 miles
from the nearest train station.
The appointed teacher of Drama will have a full timetable,
teaching both Key Stage Three and Key Stage Four.
Full time teaching position from half term 2017, initially
until the end of the academic year.
Located in North Cardiff, accessible via public transportation links
MPS depending on previous experiences, up to £33,160 per annum
Estyn rated 'Good' RC Secondary school, full support from the
Creative Arts department
Both newly qualified and experienced teachers of Drama are
welcome to apply for this position. To be considered, please
send a full CV For more information, please call the Cardiff
Secondary Office on 02920 660276

View or apply to job:
https://www.teachingpersonnel.com/job/drama-
teacher-cardiff-jobid-tchdrma1_1506324408


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0.5 Lecturer in Performing Arts
Gower College Swansea 
£19,343 - £35,919 a year
 Permanent
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented Performing
Arts lecturer to join our highly successful provision. The
successful candidate should be a highly skilled Drama
graduate, with the ability to inspire learners across
both vocational and ‘A’ level programmes, in the
development of a wide range of acting, voice,
improvisation and directing techniques.

You will have a background in the presentation of high
calibre performance work --- and will be equipped to
undertake coaching for Specialist College auditions.
With a proven track record in achieving successful
 learner outcomes, you will ideally possess a PGCE
qualification or be working towards one.

Demonstrating excellent organisation skills, enthusiasm
and tenacity you will be able to demonstrate a passion
 for teaching and learning, working with a range of
 abilities.

View or apply to job:

https://app.vacancy-filler.co.uk/salescrm/Careers/Careers
Page.aspx?e=LMo8nnTwYNb3-qj8zsFeEIv1Jlj7hhur1Pn-
NhBGt8rKS4jhHznyzuAS_xlYKEsUnm2n8IYZbbg0HXdc
7QE3TDNFoOgGdmxE


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Concept Designer
Careers in Design
South West, UK
£25000 - £30000 per annum
Permanent

This company is a specialist in the interior architecture
 of historical and period properties. They are passionate
 about their designs and work directly with their clients
who come to them for their expertise and beautiful
 pieces of furniture, joinery and workmanship.

They have a new role that requires both a creative and
organised mind to put together Concept Packages.
These comprise of floor plans and layouts which
are then colour washed to give depth and visual
 impact, material palette and mood boards,
furniture drawings, equipment lists and a
budget. It will also need historical research
 into furniture and joinery for the period of
 the building.

This role will be a developing one and will allow
 the individual to take on further responsibilities
as it progresses.

Person / Experience Required:

A creative and enquiring mind
Strong hand-drawing and illustrative skills
Sensitivity to architecture and period properties
Organised and happy to collate files and documents
Background in furniture, interior design or an arts degree
Commercially minded and numerate
Contact: Pippa Baker
Reference: Totaljobs/V03537
Job ID: 75879685


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Scenic Construction Technician
University of South Wales  30 reviews - Cardiff
£20,046 - £23,164 a year
The Scenic Construction Technician will provide high
 quality Workshop support for all staging aspects of
 the College’s work. Working within the core team of
 technicians, the post holder will have experience of
 working within theatre. They will be required to
display a flexible attitude to work and will deliver
diverse workshop support for the productions,
 events, activities and teaching within the
 College’s venues and spaces, within the
 context of a national vocational performing
 arts training institution and a receiving
 arts venue.

 View or apply to job:

https://jobs.southwales.ac.uk/vacancies/
4355/scenic_construction_technician


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Private Special Needs Teaching Assistant/
 Home Support Worker
Private Family - Ebbw Vale NP23
£8 an hour - Permanent
The position is advertised as a permanent position
 Full-time and part-time applications considered.

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced person
who has a special interest in working with, and enhancing
 the lives of, disabled and special needs children and
particularly someone with teaching or teaching
 assistant experience.

The position is in respect of assisting and supporting an intelligent
young boy who has cerebral palsy, is in a wheelchair and who has
a wonderful, affectionate & very happy character, in the employer's
home primarily, but also in all other areas as outlined below.

The large family home is fully equipped with hoisting, large
hydrotherapy pool, IT equipment, AAC equipment, arts and
crafts materials & much more, and staff are also supported
& directed by private physiotherapy, speech and language
 and occupational therapists as well as educational staff,
amongst others, in addition the employers’ own
considerable experience in dealing with the
 needs of their son.

The parents’ aim is to promote a work environment that is as
 relaxed and as natural as is possible, in keeping with the
needs of a family home, whilst at the same time recognising
 that clear direction, training and understanding of the role
 is required.

Purpose of the role:

To deliver all the services required to ensure that the individual,
for whom support is required, can live as safely & independently
 as possible in his own home and within his local community.

Duties and responsibilities:

The range of tasks, that you may be required to undertake with
the individual, covers assisting in teaching communication skills
 (as directed by appropriate persons), personal care, domestic/
practical tasks, and enabling and support work.

Hours of work:

Hours will be offered to meet agreed availability and may increase
 above the stated averages as the individual grows and/or due to
 his changing needs.

Working hours, on the days that you work during school term time,
are generally between the hours of 3pm and 9pm and between
9am and 9pm on weekends. Please note these hours are not
the length of the shift but are the hours within which a shift
will normally fall. Hours are worked as per a fixed rota. A
normal working week will be five days out of seven. If
 applying for part-time hours, days worked will be
 agreed to suit the role as part of the overall rota..

During school holidays, or at other times when the individual is
 not at school, the required shifts will generally fall between
 the hours of 9am and 9pm.

It is anticipated that, initially, the average required hours of work
will be approximately 30 hours a week during school term time
 unless a part-time position is offered. Applicants should please
 make it clear if they wish to apply for a part-time position subject
to being able to meet the requirements below. Please note that
during school holidays, and periods where cover is needed due
 to staff sickness/holidays or due to sickness of the individual,
you may be required hours in excess of your normal weekly
hours during this time.

Weekend/Bank holiday working, including Christmas and New Year,
 as part of a rota with other staff, is a requirement of the job, as is
the requirement to provide cover for staff sickness, holidays and
other cover as needed and the ability to cover at short notice.
Bank holiday work is organised and shared as fairly as possible
 bearing in mind the needs of the individual. The successful
applicant may also be required to work abroad or within the
 UK to accompany the family on holidays and/or short breaks.

Pay details:

A training rate of £8 per hour will be paid initially and this will
increase to the following when the successful applicant can
demonstrate competence in the role: £9 per hour weekdays,
£11 per hour weekends (bank holiday hours are paid at one
and a half times the weekday rate for all bank holidays) plus
subsistence allowance if working away.

Due to the nature of the working environment, i.e. the family home,
 applicants should be aware of the needs of the family and, as far
as is possible, employees are encouraged and supported to
become extended family members.

Satisfactory references may be required before employment can
commence and the successful applicant may also be required to
 provide an enhanced disclosure (DBS).

Person Specification:

Experience - Previous or current role in a school for children with
special needs or experience in paediatric care or nursing is desirable.

Qualifications - Willingness to undertake all training and qualifications
 essential for this role.

Personal Qualities & Attitudes -

Ability to communicate and express self well in groups and 1-2-1 conversations.
Able to respect confidentiality and privacy.
Able to work unsupervised. There will always be a second person on hand or
work will be as part of a 2:1 arrangement.
Able to react to changing situations and demonstrate flexibility.
Able to focus on and take action on the individual's individual needs.
Able to work and contribute as part of a team.
Able to demonstrate a willingness to learn & develop own knowledge & learning.
Able to listen & communicate.
Willingness to carry out sensitive personal care tasks.

Skills:

Ability to record essential information clearly and accurately.
A level of literacy that demonstrates the ability to read for
knowledge and write clearly.
Competent in the use of IT equipment
Other factors:

Must be over 18+ to work unsupervised with vulnerable persons.

Must be a car driver with a full driving licence

The successful should also preferably be living within the Ebbw Vale
 area to ensure availability during the rare event of particularly bad
weather or a willingness to sleep over in onsite carer accommodation
 in order to provide continuity of care.

Job Type: Permanent

Job Location:

Ebbw Vale NP23
Required experience:

Working with Special Needs Children: 2 years
Required licences or certifications:

DBS Certificate
Full UK Driving Licence

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Private Family.
 
 
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Graduate Studio Assistant
Ave A Go Ceramics - Blackwood
Part-time

Duties and responsibilities

- This position is primarily responsible for running sessions
on the mobile pottery wheels at events. This will include
 travelling to the event with appropriate materials, setting
up according to organisers guideline & risk assessments,
managing ‘Ave A Go’s presence at the event in respect of
supervising turns on the wheels, selling stock and
 managing money, and securing or breaking down
equipment at the end of the slot.

- Kiln work including carrying out material processes, testing
 and helping out with machine maintenance. Kiln loading,
unloading and firing, as well as kiln shelf maintenance.

- Managing clay and glaze materials and tools throughout
the studio in an organised and efficient manner

- Overseeing the processing of ceramic work to ensure
appropriate rate and timing of production, quantity size
 and shape of work

- Glaze testing, Mixing glazes, slips, stains and kiln wash-
 Monitor firing from start to finish

- Clean shelves and pots and clean the
interior of all kilns after firing.

- Prepare cone packs.

- Organising set-up for classes and workshops
 in ceramic studio or external events

- Carrying out duties and responsibilities safely, efficiently
with full respect to health & safety of themselves & others

- Ongoing cleaning of studio space and equipment

- Re-purposing clay

- Teaching basic workshop sessions using wheels and
 hand-building techniques and provide demonstrations

The Studio Assistant is also encouraged
to take time to create work

- Assisting in organisation and delivery of projects,
including sorting projects and arranging and delivery
 of products, with careful attention to detail & timescales

- Other duties as assigned, or needed. in the studio and use
 the equipment and continue to develop their styles, skills
 and artistry

Desirable Personal Qualities

- Degree in Ceramics

- Strong overall knowledge of ceramic arts, the history of
ceramics and pottery making techniques - Experience
firing, loading and unloading of electric and gas kilns

- Experience and knowledge of glaze usage, mixing and testing

- Experience with the pottery wheel and commonly used
supplies/equipment/tools found in a pottery studio

- Dependable, positive attitude

- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

- Excellent organisation skills and attention to detail

- Command of Microsoft Office suite
 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook)

A full driving license is essential.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable.

**Applicants must be between the ages of 16 and 24**

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Ave A Go Ceramics.


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Vocational Trainer - Furniture Upcycling
 and Decorative Paint Effects 
Novus - Wrexham 
£23,940 - £28,500 a year 

HMP Berwyn is a new, state of the art prison based in
Wrexham, North Wales which opened in February 2017.

Facilitator - Personal & Social Development (PSD) Healthy
 Living, Permanent - Full Time (37hrs per week)

Novus Cambria has been awarded the contract to deliver the
 learning and skills provision for HMP Berwyn and is now
seeking exceptional individuals to help deliver this
 agenda across a wide range of areas.

Novus Cambria is a joint venture between not-for-profit social
enterprise Novus, which is the UK`s largest provider of
education, training and employability programmes to
offenders, and Coleg Cambria, one of the UK`s biggest
colleges, with more than 7,000 full-time students and
 20,000 part-time learners with international links.
Novus is part of LTE group, delivering its
provision to more than 100,000 learners.

HMP Berwyn will offer exceptional learning & skill provision
with a focus on rehabilitation to the men it houses.

As directed by the Hub Manager for Enrichment & Vocational
Arts you will facilitate delivery in your curriculum area ensuring
 that you meet budget, quality and operational targets. You will
deliver high quality, learner focused education to meet
contractual requirements and standards, in line with
agreed policies and procedures.

To receive details of this position in the medium of Welsh
 please email Berwyn@NovusCambria.ac.uk

http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BDP387/vocational-trainer-furniture-
upcycling-and-decorative-paint-effects/?utm_source=Indeed
&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed


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Early Years Primary Teacher, Supply Basis: Swansea 
New Directions Education - Swansea 
£80 a day  Expressive arts and design.
 New Directions Education are currently seeking Early
Years specialists for primary schools within the City
 and County of Swansea.... 

Please contact New Directions Education for more
 information on this job vacancy,on 01792 620180,
 or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.

https://www.new-directions.co.uk/education/job-vacancies/
early-years-primary-teacher-supply-basis-swansea/?utm_
source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed


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Foundation Phase Teacher Job Vacancy: Wrexham 
New Directions Education - Wrexham 
£85 - £140 a day  Expressive arts and design.
 New Directions are keen to recruit a hard working and
motivated Foundation Phase Teacher to work within a
 large Foundation Phase set... 

 Please contact New Directions Education for more information
on this job vacancy, on 01978 884290, or use our form below to
 enquire about this job vacancy.

https://www.new-directions.co.uk/education/job-vacancies/
foundation-phase-teacher-wrexham/?utm_source=Indeed&
utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed

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Part Time Drama/ Performing Arts Teacher
Mark Jermin Stage School - Swansea
We are looking for trained performers with teaching and
performance experience to teach in several branches
 at the Mark Jermin Stage School in South Wales.

Ideal candidates will possess a strong track record of
working with young children, be able to keep a class
 focused and enthusiastic, and have clear ideas about
 material which will motivate students to improve their
 confidence and skills in singing, dance and drama.

Enthusiasm for youngsters is essential. Duties: preparation
 of lesson plans and tuition in singing, dance or drama;
writing student reports; attending staff meetings and
developing demonstration performances in
co-operation with the Principal.

Required experience:
Performance or Teaching/teaching assistant: 1 year

Please review all application instructions.
Apply to Mark Jermin Stage School.


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Lecturer in Art Psychotherapy
University of South Wales - Newport
£33,943 - £39,324 a year
The Faculty of Life Sciences and Education is looking
 for an enthusiastic Lecturer, experienced & qualified
 in Art Psychotherapy, to contribute to the Masters in
 Art Psychotherapy and to support the continued
 development of the University’s arts therapies
provision. The successful applicant will teach
 at postgraduate level, and will:

Make a substantial contribution to the delivery of the
 MA Art Psychotherapy course (HCPC registered),
 teaching and tutoring students as directed by the
 Course Leader, in skills, theory & professional practice

Contribute to the delivery of other courses
within the academic portfolio

Contribute to Masters dissertation supervision

Engage in scholarly activity and
develop their research interests

View or apply to job at:
https://jobs.southwales.ac.uk/vacancies/
4363/lecturer_in_art_psychotherapy_06_fte


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Lecturer in Media/Theatrical Make-Up and Special Effects
Based at Nantgarw Campus Coleg y Cymoedd - Tonypandy
Part-time, Permanent

This vacancy is to deliver Edexcel Level 3 Production
 Arts Make-Up and Special Effects. The successful
applicant needs to be proficient in the following
 subject areas: -
• Make-up application for performers.
• Hair styling and dressing for performers.
• Period make-up and hair with knowledge of wigs
and knotting.
• Production planning and working on a
production.
• Basic special effects and prosthetics.
• Body make-up design and application.
The successful applicant need not necessarily have
previous teaching experience but would be expected
 to work towards their PGCE/PCET.
Some industry experience is preferable
 but not essential.

eTeach.com

https://www.eteach.com/job.aspx?lecturer+in+media
%2ftheatrical+make-up+and+special+effects+-+based
+at+nantgarw+campus&vacno=786519&Page=91


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Dance Teacher
Eastgate Associates - Connahs Quay
Part-time
A vacancy has arisen for a Dance Teacher
within an excellent Flintshire Dance School.

We are looking for a Dance Teacher to teach competition
 and festival pupils from age 3 to 18 for all solo pieces.
 The ideal person will be used to teaching to a high standard
and have previous experience of working with all ages. You
will be teaching in all styles of dance to include ballet, tap,
modern, musical comedy and song and dance.

You will have excellent choreography and
 technique ability to pass on to your pupils.

We are based in Connah's Quay and are commutable from
 the train station if you do not have your own transport.
Please send your CV today for immediate consideration.

Job Type: Part-time

Required experience:

dance teacher: 1 year

Indeed.com


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Casual Theatre Technician
Rhondda Cynon Taf - Treorchy
£7.90 an hour - Temporary

RCT Arts Service is seeking to recruit a number of
 Casual Theatre Technicians to work at the
Coliseum and Park and Dare Theatres.

You will be required to cover holidays, sickness and busy
 periods, with the majority of shifts occurring during
 evenings and at weekends.

You will assist the Senior Technician in the delivery of a
 high standard of technical presentation for the delivery
 of the Arts Service' programme and operate the
theatre's technical equipment, as appropriate.

The successful applicants will be subject to an
 Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

In view of the large number of Application Forms which are
currently being submitted individual applications are not
acknowledged. Consequently if you do not hear from us
 within four weeks of the closing date, please assume
that your application is unsuccessful on this occasion.
In which case you are thanked for the interest you have
 shown in applying for a position within the Council.

https://rhondda-cynon-taf.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/
appcentre-1/brand-2/xf-0abc382e84a3/candidate/so/pm/
1/pl/1/opp/2069-Casual-Theatre-Technician/en-GB




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0.5 Lecturer in Dance
Gower College Swansea - Swansea
£18,961 - £35,211 a year - Part-time, Permanent
We are seeking to appoint a committed and enthusiastic Dance
 lecturer to deliver on a theoretical and practical basis, across
a range of courses, including Level 2 and 3 BTEC Performing
Arts and AS and A level Dance.
The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic Dance graduate
 and should hold (or be willing to work towards) a recognised
teaching qualification. You should have proven expertise in
the successful teaching of Dance to a range of abilities,
and be able to direct learners in high calibre
 performance work.
 You will have good organisational and leadership skills and be
able to confidently work on your own and as part of a team.
eTeach.com


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 Creative / Graphic Designer
Travail Employment Group Ltd - Wrexham
£18,000 - £23,000 a year - Permanent
Full time Creative / Graphic Designer
£18,000 - £23,000 per annum + 22 days
 holiday + free car parking

Job Role:
An exciting opportunity is available for a Creative / Graphic
Designer to create new products and print materials for a
 rapidly expanding organisation. This pivotal role involves
working as part of the Marketing and Design team for a
creative manufacturer to promote and raise awareness
of the company brands by bridging the gap between the
raw products and the consumer in the arts and crafts
 industry. This role will suit an individual with a track
record of experience working in a highly creative
environment as well as strong illustration skills,
with a keen interest in both the UK and
international craft markets.
Key responsibilities:
• Design 3D products, die-cutting technologies and surface
 pattern products involving free hand drawing as well as
computer generated graphics.
• Conduct research before commencing work
• Design and create packaging templates
• Design die designs following upcoming making
and visual trends
• Render die designs into factory ready format
• Create embellished packaging images
• Design display materials for trade and retail shows
• Supports the marketing strategy by identifying
opportunities for growth and development
• Provides project based work for the company
website and other online platforms
• Creates projects for sponsored events
• Work with briefs to create projects
for photo and video shoots
• Researches key trends and provides reports
• Presents on TV shopping channels
and creates supporting projects

The candidate
The successfully appointed Creative Designer will have
the following skills and abilities:
• A track record of experience working in
 a creative environment
• Demonstrable experience using Adobe software
 including Photoshop and Illustrator
• Strong illustration skills
• A high standard of visual communication skills
• Be highly creative with the ability to adapt to a wide
variety of creative environments/challenges
• Articulate, friendly and outgoing in order to
convey a variety of ideas and concepts
• Ability to work to a very high standard while under pressure
• Have a keen interest in craft industry
• Monitor developments and trends within the craft industry,
 both in the UK and internationally
• Possess excellent literacy and numeracy skills
• Be organized & have excellent time management skills
• Experience of working within the creative/craft industry
 would be an advantage

The Company
The business is a successful, growing creative business
operating in both the UK and Internationally. The business
 uses a number of exciting marketing channels and offers
 a creative & commercially vibrant environment to work in.
This is an ideal opportunity to work and learn within a
 growing, dynamic design and marketing team.

Package:
Salary of £18,000 - £23,000 per annum + 22 days holiday.
Working hours are Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 5.00pm
(with 30 minute lunch break).
To Apply:
For more information on the vacancy or to apply
please call Melinda Jones on 01978 366123 or
email your CV to melinda@clockworkorg.com


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Sculptors Assistant
Court Robert Arts - Usk
£7.50 - £9.50 an hour - Part-time
To assist resident artist with the
 casting and production of sculptures.
Moulding, inc plaster work, resin, silicone
Casting, inc stone and bronze resin
Armature work and related skills
Must be able to keep work space clean
Ability to weld is a bonus!
Although applicants need not necessarily have direct
experience in casting and mould making they will need
 to clearly demonstrate strong making skills, dexterity
 and a familiarity with using hand & electric tools as
well as having an acute attention to detail. The
work can also be physically demanding.

The sucessful candidate must be able to work well
under the pressure of deadlines and be able to
work efficiently without supervision.
Must have own transport

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: £7.50 to £9.50 /hour
Required licence or certification:
Driving License
Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Court Robert Arts.

Working from her Monmouthshire studio
Christine Baxter is one of the UK's leading
figurative sculptors, educators and model
makers. Court Robert Arts sells a wide
 range of garden sculpture, as well as
running art and sculpture courses.


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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Photography in the Arts
University of Wales Trinity Saint David - Swansea
£33,943 - £39,324 a year - Part-time
Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in
 Photography in the Arts

Faculty of Art and Design
Part Time (0.5 FTE), Fixed Term
until 1st September 2018

Swansea College of Art is Wales’ oldest art school and has
 played a central role in providing education in art and
design in the South West for over 160 years. Within
the School of Fine Art and Photography, BA (Hons)
 Photography in the Arts is one of our most
successful courses and has been running
 for 25+ years, more recently alongside
 BA (Hons) Photojournalism &
Documentary Photography.

We are looking to appoint an engaging and inspiring Lecturer
or Senior Lecturer to support the Programme Director in the
 planning, delivery and organisation of the course for one year
 to cover sabbatical leave. The successful candidate will act as
module leader, responsible for the quality and enhancement
 of the learning experiences within specific modules across
 the programme and will work with the course team to support
the general student experience. They will be joining a team
 delivering a highly-regarded course covering a wide breadth
 of photographic practice, with emphasis on experimentation
 and fine art contexts. Throughout the degree there is also an
 emphasis on research-informed practice, & the development
 of a strong awareness of and engagement with, professional
opportunities. Applicants must be able to demonstrate
independence and competence, and have ability to
 teach at all levels of the programme.

The successful candidate will need to be educated to a minimum
 of Masters level, have extensive knowledge and expertise as a
contemporary practitioner/curator, including at least a national
profile for exhibiting/publishing. They should have knowledge
of both analogue and digital lens based media, equipment and
software, as well as proven knowledge of photography-related
career paths and relevant industry contacts.

Full details of the essential and desirable criteria
for this role can be found in the job description.

http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/jobs/job-title-65342-en.html

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Teacher - Nantymoel Primary School
Bridgend County Borough Council - Bridgend
13 hours per week

The Governors of Nantymoel Primary school wish to appoint
 a motivated teacher with experience of teaching across
 the Primary phase.

The appointed teacher will need to demonstrate excellent
classroom practice, experience in leading a curriculum
 subject, and have an understanding of primary phase
education; in the first instance, of Foundation Phase.

Experience of creativity and a keen interest in developing
 the 'Expressive Arts' (Donaldson's Successful Futures)
 AoLE, would be a distinct advantage.

This post requires a criminal records check
 through the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS)

Go here for the Job Description & Person Specification

https://jobs.bridgend.gov.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/
ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d7034198vbT%1B&
WVID=2182250PYC&LANG=USA

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Lecturer in Creative Arts and Media
Based at Aberdare Campus
Coleg y Cymoedd - Tonypandy
Part-time, Permanent
Aberdare Campus is a new state of the art campus
 that is opening in September 2017. The £20 million
 pound campus will transform the quality of further
education facilities in the Cynon Valley and will
also play a major role in the boost for the local
economy, longer term.

eTeach.com

https://www.eteach.com/job.aspx?lecturer+in+creative+arts
+and+media+(54.17%25)+based+at+aberdare+campus&
vacno=784462&Page=134

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Creative Technician
Monmouth Comprehensive School - Monmouth
£15,375 - £16,491 a year - Contract
Monmouth Comprehensive School is seeking
to appoint a Creative Technician to support
 the learning of Art and Design, Textiles
 and Performing & Expressive Arts
both within and outside the classroom,
as well as general displays across the school.

The successful candidate will be able to
work on their own initiative and with a
degree of autonomy.

26 hours per week, term time only (working
times to be agreed over 4 or 5 days)
eTeach.com

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Self-Shooting Assistant Producer / Cynhyrchydd
 Cynorthwyol Hunan-Saethu, The One Show x 2
BBC  Cardiff
Job Introduction
The One Show team at BBC Studios in Wales is on the hunt
 for talented self-shooting AP/directors. This year we are
producing 130 films for BBC One’s popular magazine
 programme, making us one of the programme’s
largest suppliers. Our subjects range from hard
hitting consumer investigations to history films
and food features with presenters including
Emma Dabiri, Joe Crowley and Matt Allwright.

Mae tîm The One Show yn BBC Studios yng Nghymru
yn chwilio am cynhyrchwyr hunan-saethu/cyfarwyddwyr
 talentog. Blwyddyn yma mi fyddwn yn cynhyrchu 130 o
 ffilmiau ar gyfer rhaglen gylchgrawn boblogaidd BBC
One, a fydd yn golygu mai ni fydd un o brif gyflenwyr y
rhaglen. Bydd ein pynciau yn amrywio o archwiliadau
 cwsmeriaid grymus, i ffilmiau hanesyddol ac eitemau
 am fwyd gyda’r cyflwynwyr Emma Dabiri, Joe Crowley
a Matt Allwright, ymysg eraill.

Main Responsibilities
Our One Show films are some of the most ambitious and
 creative short films on UK television, with surprising
treatments and innovative filming techniques.

One of these roles will be focused on our factual films,
 including history, business and the arts, while the other
 will specialise in consumer reports and food features.
These roles are all based in our Cardiff office but the
successful applicants will be expected to travel
across the whole of the UK, with regular
overnights at filming locations.

Mae’r ffilmiau byrion ar gyfer The One Show gyda’r mwyaf
uchelgeisiol a chreadigol ar deledu'r Deyrnas Unedig, gan
 eu bod yn cynnwys triniaethau rhyfeddol a thechnegau
 ffilmio arloesol.

Bydd un o'r swyddi hyn yn canolbwyntio ar ein ffilmiau
 ffeithiol, gan gynnwys hanes, busnes a’r celfyddydau,
a bydd un yn arbenigo mewn adroddiadau cwsmeriaid
 a'r eitemau am fwyd. Mae pob un o’r swyddi hyn wedi’u
 lleoli yn ein swyddfa yng Nghaerdydd, ond bydd disgwyl
 i'r ymgeiswyr llwyddiannus deithio ledled y DU ac aros
dros nos mewn lleoliadau ffilmio yn rheolaidd.

The Ideal Candidate
The successful applicants will need to be robust, versatile,
& able to cope with the pressure of working on fast turn-
around items with challenging budgets. You will be a
confident self-shooter, as well as having a track record
of scripting your own items, working with a presenter
and guiding your films through an edit.

For the consumer role you should have a good knowledge
 of consumer issues and a background in journalism. We
 often work on investigative films with secret filming and
doorsteps so you will need a good knowledge of the
 BBC’s Editorial Guidelines.

Bydd angen i'r ymgeiswyr llwyddiannus fod yn gadarn, yn
 amryddawn, ac yn gallu ymdopi â'r pwysau o weithio ar
eitemau y mae'n rhaid eu cyflawni yn gyflym, gyda
 chyllidebau heriol. Fe ddylech chi fod yn hyderus yn eich
ffilmio eich hun, yn ogystal â bod â hanes da o sgriptio
eich eitemau eich hun, o weithio gyda chyflwynwyr ac
o dywys eich ffilm drwy broses olygu.

O ran y swydd sy’n ymwneud â chwsmeriaid fe ddylech
chi fod â gwybodaeth dda am faterion cwsmeriaid a
chefndir mewn newyddiaduraeth. Rydyn ni’n gweithio
 ar ffilmiau archwiliadol yn aml, sy’n cynnwys ffilmio
yn gyfrinachol ac ar garreg y drws, felly bydd angen
 i chi fod yn gyfarwydd iawn â Chanllawiau
Golygyddol y BBC.

About The Company
We don’t focus simply on what we do – we also care
 how we do it. Our values and the way we behave are
 important to us. Please make sure you’ve read about
 our values and behaviours. You’ll be asked questions
 relating to them as part of your application for this role.

The BBC is committed to building a culturally diverse
workforce & therefore strongly encourages applications
 from underrepresented groups. We are committed to
equality of opportunity and welcome applications
from individuals, regardless of their background.

The BBC is committed to redeploying employees seeking
 suitable alternative employment within the BBC for
different reasons & they will be given priority consideration
 ahead of other applicants. Priority consideration means for
 those employees seeking redeployment their application
will be considered alongside anyone else at risk of
redundancy, prior to any individuals being
considered who are not at risk.

Nid ydym yn canolbwyntio ar yr hyn a wnawn yn unig -
 mae'r ffordd rydym yn ei gyflawni hefyd yn bwysig i ni.
Mae ein gwerthoedd a'r ffordd rydym yn ymddwyn yn
bwysig iawn i ni. Sicrhewch eich bod wedi darllen am
ein gwerthoedd a'n hymddygiadau yn y ddogfen sydd
wedi'i hatodi isod. Byddwn yn gofyn cwestiynau sy'n
 ymwneud â hwy fel rhan o'ch cais am y rôl hon.

Mae’r BBC wedi ymrwymo i ddatblygu gweithlu aml-
ddiwylliannol felly rydym yn annog yn frwd geisiadau
gan grwpiau sydd wedi’u tangynrychioli. Rydym wedi
ymrwymo i gyfle cyfartal ac yn croesawu ceisiadau
 gan unigolion, beth bynnag yw eu cefndir.

Mae'r BBC yn ymrwymedig i adleoli cyflogeion sy'n
chwilio am swydd amgen addas o fewn y BBC am
 resymau gwahanol a rhoddir ystyriaeth flaenoriaethol
iddyn nhw o flaen ymgeiswyr eraill. Ystyr ystyriaeth
 flaenoriaethol yw pan gaiff cais y cyflogeion hynny
sydd am gael eu hadleoli ei ystyried ochr yn ochr ag
 unrhyw un arall sydd mewn perygl o golli ei swydd,
cyn ystyried unrhyw un nad yw mewn perygl
o golli ei swydd.

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to BBC.


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Secondary Drama Teacher needed in Aberystwyth
New Directions Education - Ceredigion
£90 - £100 a day - Temporary
We are currently recruiting for a well-informed Drama Teacher
 for a role in the Aberystwyth area. The School is looking for a
 teacher with excellent behaviour and classroom management
 who is keen and rightly educated. They will also be looking
for an appropriate candidate who will be able to positively
display their subject knowledge, and also their confidence
 and dedication to pupil development.

The teacher will have:
A genuine passion for Drama;
A desire to further improve the overall achievement
and success of Drama within the School;
An optimistic outlook and the skill to encourage students;
The ability to teach up to GCSE and A-Level.
This is a wonderful opportunity for both experienced teachers
 and NQT’s to join a school that is highly rated and has an
 outstanding reputation.

All applicants must have the following:
Education Workforce Council Membership;
Exceptional Classroom Management;
Ability to contribute to the forward-thinking ethos of the School;
Ability to work on your own initiative or as a part of a team.
The School is looking for a teacher who can be a valuable asset
to their experienced team. New Directions has enjoyed a long-
standing relationship with the education sector. We offer
competitive rates of pay and will provide you with a personal
account manager to assist your needs. We will also offer the
chance of extra in house training to help you develop
your own career.

Additional Information: Our busy network of offices registers
teaching jobs for qualified drama teachers who are looking
to deliver the drama curriculum using unique teaching styles.

Cultural Learning Alliance have set up a panel which
recommends that arts subjects remain a statutory part
 of the national curriculum, and suggests that arts
 teaching should be part of every school's basic
 curriculum at key stage 4, equal to GCSE level.

The Role of a Supply Drama Teacher:
Teach all areas of the school curriculum or your subject specialism;
Organise the classroom and learning resources to create a positive
 teaching environment;
Plan, prepare and teach lessons that cater for all student ability
 ranges;
Motivate pupils with enthusiastic, imaginative presentation;
Maintain discipline;
Meet requirements for the assessment and recording of pupils'
development;
Coordinate activities and resources within a specific area of the
 curriculum, supporting colleagues delivering in this specialist area;
Staying up to date with changes and developments in the structure
 of the curriculum;
Take part in school events and activities which may
take place at weekends or in the evening;
Liaise with colleagues and working flexibly,
 particularly within smaller schools.

What can you expect from New Directions Education?
A dedicated account manager;
Regular and varied teaching supply work;
Competitive pay rates;
Potential long-term teaching roles;
Fully compliant with the Agency Workers Regulation (AWR);
Network of branches across the UK;
Preferred supplier to 19 boroughs across the UK;
Recommend a friend scheme;
Respected reputation throughout the education
 and recruitment industry.

Please contact New Directions Education for more
 information on this job vacancy,on 01970 629 118


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Course Leader
Sychpwll Centre - Llandrinio
We are currently looking for teachers and
 instructors to help us run courses and
activity breaks related to the arts,
environment and healthy living.
Please get in touch if you think you
 may be able to help us with this.
www.sychpwllcentre.co.uk/
courses-activity-breaks/


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Teacher of Art
Maesteg Comprehensive School
 Maesteg
Full-time, Temporary
We require a dynamic teacher of Art
who can teach Textiles at GCSE and
 A Level plus Art across the age and
ability range, to join the successful
 and vibrant Creative Arts Faculty.

We offer a full NQT support programme
 as well as continuing professional
development for experienced staff.
eTeach.com
https://www.eteach.com/job.aspx?teacher
+of+art&vacno=782096&Page=17


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Junior Conservatoire Saxophone Tutor
University of South Wales Cardiff
£33.26 an hour
The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama is
 seeking a first-class saxophonist and teacher
to work as part of its Junior Conservatoire
and Community lesson scheme.
The successful candidate will be highly committed
 to inspiring young musicians and/or amateur adults
 to achieve their full musical potential and be able
to work collaboratively with students, colleagues
 and parents, within a busy performing arts
 education environment.

https://jobs.southwales.ac.uk/vacancies/
4196/junior_conservatoire_saxophone_tutor

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Junior Conservatoire Double Bass Tutor
University of South Wales Cardiff
£33.26 an hour
The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
is seeking a first-class double bass player and
teacher to work as part of its Junior Conservatoire
and Community lesson scheme. The successful
candidate will be highly committed to inspiring
young musicians &/or amateur adults to achieve
their full musical potential and be able to work
collaboratively with students, colleagues and
parents, within a busy performing arts
education environment.

https://jobs.southwales.ac.uk/vacancies/
4195/junior_conservatoire_double_bass_tutor

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Junior Conservatoire Clarinet Tutor
University of South Wales  28 reviews - Cardiff
£33.26 an hour
The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama is
 seeking a first-class clarinetist and teacher to
work as part of its Junior Conservatoire and
Community lesson scheme. The successful
candidate will be highly committed to inspiring
young musicians &/or amateur adults to achieve
their full musical potential and be able to work
collaboratively with students, colleagues and
 parents within a busy performing arts
 education environment.

https://jobs.southwales.ac.uk/vacancies/
4194/junior_conservatoire_clarinet_tutor

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Kids and Sport Camp Coach / Holiday Active Coach
David Lloyd Leisure Cardiff
Contract
Working with children aged between five and thirteen
 years is a job for someone with extraordinary skills.

Running arts and crafts, sports and swimming classes,
you'll always need to create a fun atmosphere.

You'll follow lesson plans, but this structured approach
needs to produce a happy environment - after all, children
 could be in your care for anything between a day and
several weeks.

So, you'll need to be an energetic entertainer and an
enthusiastic performer, who works brilliantly in a team
 and can adapt whenever necessary.

We'll train you in first aid, emergency response and all
the activity training you'll need. Being health and safety
conscious is very important, but not as much as empathy
with children's needs: knowing what to do about allergies
 or and special needs and, most of all, how to put a smile
 on their faces.

So, what is it like to work for a ‘Sunday Times
 Best Big Company?’ ....In one word - ‘FUN’!

We are thrilled to be ranked #21 in the Sunday Times 30
 Best Big Companies To Work For 2017! This accolade
serves to reinforce our commitment to our team members
 and proves how great it is to work for David Lloyd Leisure.
So, what can you expect if you join us?

You will have access to a wide range of benefits including
 FREE Club memberships for you and your partner. This
benefit means you can enjoy all that our Clubs in the UK
 and Europe have to offer in the company of your nearest
and dearest. In addition to this you will also receive 6
friends and family discounted memberships to really treat
your friends. On a day to day basis you will find yourself
working in a state-of-the-art environment surrounded by
 friendly and passionate colleagues. But most of all,
working for us is about having fun. We aim to provide
 a happy, inviting and safe culture where our ‘We Play’
value is brought to life each and every day. So if you
want to come and join the premium name in the leisure
 and fitness industry please paste the link and apply,
a career with us could be just what you are looking for.

https://careers.davidlloyd.co.uk/vacancies/11357/kids-and-
sport-camp-coach--holiday-active-coach.html?source=indeed


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Cruise Youth Staff - Christmas and 2018
 The Kings Foundation
Salary/Rate£1,381 - £1,845/month Accommodation.
food, travel costs. Location: Overseas
Working with children on a cruise ship during the
school holidays, is that possible? Absolutely!

Teachers, teaching assistants, nursery nurses or other
 childcare professionals, we want to hear from you!

Work on board luxury liners and make this a holiday of a lifetime
 for the youngest guests on board. If you’re a team player with
 the drive to develop your career with a world-leading cruise
company that comprises the prestigious P&O Cruises and
Cunard Line brands, continue reading.

Combine your passions for working with children (0-8 or 9-17
years of age) and exploring the world around us. Become part
 of an energetic and dynamic team where the focus is on
delivering fun and engaging activities.
You will be delivering a wide variety of activities, such as, arts
 & crafts, themed sessions, game shows, face painting, cookery
 classes and more relevant to the age category with which
 you are working.

Essential Requirements
PGCE/ BA with QTS / level 3 childcare qualification
At least 1 year's experience of working with children
 in a childcare setting after qualifying. Available for
 this role for at least 4/13 school holiday weeks
over the next academic year

Essential Attributes
Passion for working with children
Secure knowledge and understanding of safeguarding
Professional demeanour
Enthusiasm and bags of energy
Co-operative team player

Benefits
Highly competitive salary (£1381- £1845 per month pro rata)
Accommodation and food included
Flights to and from the ship fully funded
Extra-curricular career progression
Opportunity to work with a prestigious, global cruise company

About us
Kings Recruit is a specialist recruitment service for the sports
 and childcare sector. We are the official recruitment partner
 for Carnival UK.

We have opportunities with leading companies on worldwide
 cruises ships, amazing European resorts, 5* villas, luxury
 camp sites, UK activity camps and more. With over 20,000
 applicants for 1,200 roles every year we’re looking for the
best people who stand out from the crowd, love working
 with children and want an unforgettable experience.
Job Reference CUK SeasonalJob ID206049969

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/206049969/
Cruise-Youth-Staff-Christmas-and-2018/apply

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Teacher of Art
Ferndale Community School - Maerdy
Part-time, Permanent
You must be committed to high quality and innovative
 education and have a passion for individualised
learning as a pathway to success.

We are seeking to recruit a well-qualified, enthusiastic
and innovative practitioner to join our successful school.
The chosen candidate will be required to teach within the
 Creative Arts Faculty delivering Art and additional
relevant topics. We are looking for a teacher who can plan
 for and deliver stimulating classroom experiences and
who is also willing to contribute to our extra-curricular
programme. At Ferndale, we expect a high level of
commitment from our teachers but in return we
offer the opportunity to work in a friendly and
 well-disciplined learning environment.
 We are committed to ensuring the highest standards of
teaching and learning in our school and provide our staff
with frequent opportunities to develop their practice and
 gain leadership experience.

You must have a proven track record of outstanding
 teaching and must be committed to working with
children across the Key Stages. A commitment
 to raising standards of achievement is essential.

We are looking for someone who:
• Demonstrates consistently high
standards of teaching and learning
• Has high expectations for learning and behaviour
• Is hardworking with a commitment to on-going self-
evaluation, departmental and school improvement
• Is passionate about making a difference
in children's lives

You should:
• Have proven high standards of teaching and learning
in Art in the classroom with high expectations for
achievement and behaviour
• Have the ability to lead continuing professional
development activities
• Be ICT literate
• Be committed to inclusion and success for all pupils
• Be determined and resilient
• Be aspirational in career progression
• Be positive and inspirational

Interview TBC
eTeach.com

  
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Front Of House Assistant x2
Gwynedd Council 
£15,246 a year
Pay Scale GS2
Accountable to
Performing Arts Officer
Dept of Economy and Community
Location: Neuadd Dwyfor Pwllheli
Purpose of the Post.
• Ensure that the people of Gwynedd
are at the heart of everything we do.
• Guide and usher the audience
 in the auditorium
Main Duties.
• Responsibility for self-development.
• Ensure compliance with Health and Safety rules
in the workplace in accordance with the responsibilities
 noted in the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the
Council’s Health and Safety Policy.
• Operate within the Council’s policies in relation to
equal opportunities and equality.
• Responsible for managing information in accordance
with the Council’s information management guidelines.
Ensure that personal information is treated in
 accordance with Data Protection legislation.
• Commitment to reducing the Council’s carbon emissions
 in accordance with the Carbon Management Plan, and to
encourage others to act positively towards reducing the
Council’s Carbon Footprint.
• Undertake any other reasonable duty which corresponds
 to the salary level and responsibility level of the job.
• Responsibility to report any worry or suspicion that
 a child or vulnerable adult is being abused
• Working front of house during film showings and
performances on a rota basis prepared by
 the Performing Arts Officer
• Meet and greet the public and be welcoming to
 adults and children alike
• Ensure everything is in order in the auditorium
• Work in the shop
• Be aware of the fire rules and regulations and
 implement them in an emergency
• Deal with problems and enquiries from the public
• Any other similar duties instructed by their line manager

Only an outline of duties are indicated above, in order to
 give an idea of the level of responsibility entailed. This
job description is not exhaustive in detail, and job duties
 may change from time to time without changing its
 fundamental nature and level of responsibility.


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Administrator
CARAD - Rhayader
£8.50 an hour - Part-time
Local arts and heritage organisation require a part
 time Administrator to work 21 hrs per week , Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, fixed term contract 1 year with
 1 month probation period. Rate of pay £8.50 per hour .

Responsibilities include venue bookings, volunteer
management, building management, publicity and
general office duties. Office experience required.

A good standard of education to GCSE level or equivalent
 is required. For further details please contact CARAD direct.

Job Type: Part-time
Please review all application instructions
 before applying to CARAD.


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Newly Qualified Foundation
Phase Teacher: Wrexham
New Directions Education 
£85 - £114 a day - Temporary
New Directions are looking for an enthusiastic and confident
newly qualified foundation phase teacher to teach within a
school located just outside of Wrexham town. This school
sets extremely high standards performing excellently
 year on year.
The successful candidate would need to be comfortable
teaching throughout the foundation phase from nursery
up to year 2, have an in depth knowledge of the curriculum
and learning through play and demonstrate an ability to
teach the literacy and numeracy framework in all subjects.
 The school offers a welcoming setting in which to work and
provides its pupils with a creative and stimulating environment
 encouraging them to fulfil their full potential. Any successful
candidate would initially be required to fulfil short-term
 assignments as per the requirements of the school
 displaying the flexibility to adapt their teaching
 according to the needs of each individual class.

 If successful then the applicant would be in a strong position
 should any other opportunities arise within the school.

The school itself is well situated with excellent transport links
and is easily accessible from Wrexham, Flintshire, Shropshire
and Cheshire by car. Newly Qualified Teachers are welcome
 to apply for this role.

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) As an EYFS teacher you
would be working in day nurseries and also nursery or reception
 classes in an infant or primary school. The development areas
typically covered will be:

Personal, social and emotional development;
Literacy;
Communication and language;
Mathematics;
Understanding the world;
Physical development;
Expressive arts and design.
Typical duties of a supply Early Years Foundation Teacher
Teach all areas of the Early Years Statutory Framework;
Organise the classroom and learning resources to
create a safe and positive teaching environment;
Plan and prepare activities that cater for the needs
of the whole ability range within their class;
Motivate pupils with enthusiastic,
imaginative presentations;
Maintain discipline;
Meet requirements for the assessment
and recording of pupils' development;
Coordinate activities and resources within a
specific area of the curriculum, and supporting
colleagues in the delivery of this specialist area;
Staying up to date with changes and developments
 in the structure of the curriculum;
Take part in school events and activities which
 may take place at weekends or in the evening;
Liaise with colleagues and working flexibly,
particularly in smaller schools and day-nurseries.

Please contact New Directions Education for more
 information on this job vacancy,on 01978 884290


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Casual Front of House Assistant
Rhondda Cynon Taf  - Treorchy
£8.09 an hour - Temporary
CASUAL FRONT OF HOUSE ASSISTANT
COLISEUM THEATRE AND
PARK AND DARE THEATRE

RCT Arts Service is seeking to recruit a number of casual
team members to work in the Bar/Front of House areas of
the Coliseum and Park and Dare Theatres.
Team members will be required to cover holidays, sickness
and busy periods, with the majority of shifts occurring
 during evenings and at weekends.

Experience is preferred but full training will be given to
candidates that demonstrate a genuine desire to work
 in the arts, a positive attitude and knowledge of the
 principles of excellent customer service.

For further information or an informal discussion regarding
these posts, please contact Simon Davey (Theatre Manager
- Park & Dare) on (01443) 570030 or Elizabeth Driscoll
(Theatre Manager -Coliseum Theatre) on (01685) 652535.

The successful applicants will be subject to an
Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

In view of the large number of Application Forms which are
 currently being submitted individual applications are not
acknowledged. Consequently if you do not hear from us
within four weeks of the closing date, please assume that
 your application is unsuccessful on this occasion. In
which case you are thanked for the interest you have
shown in applying for a position within the Council.


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Theatre and Arts Service Manager
Caerphilly County Borough Council Caerphilly
£32,486 - £36,379 a year - Full-time, Permanent
Caerphilly Council are seeking an experienced, dynamic 
passionate Theatre and Arts Services Manager, who will
be responsible for leadership and management of the
 Council's Arts Service and all its functions, including
the Arts Development Service and principle arts
venue, Blackwood Miners' Institute. This is an
 exciting opportunity for somebody who is
willing to work collaboratively to develop
 the Arts Service strategy within Caerphilly
 Council in line with the council's well-being
agendas, as well as delivering and developing
 an exciting and varied artistic programme and
co-production work at Blackwood Miners' Institute.

Blackwood Miners' Institute is a vibrant and busy arts
hub that is imbedded within the local community and
a focal point for arts within the county, whilst also
attracting visitors from further afield. As manager of
 the venue the successful applicant must have proven
managerial experience within an arts venue or
 organisation, along with experience of programming
for an arts venue. You will be a strong communicator,
with proven financial planning and analysis skills who
 will embrace the role with confidence and enthusiasm.

For a detailed Job Description and Person Specification
 go here: [no link]

If having read the Job Description and Person Specification
 you would like an informal discussion about the post please
contact Paul Hudson on 01443 866228

Please apply online below or alternatively to request a paper
 application pack please contact the Recruitment Team on
01443 866522 or minicom 01443 864303.

We are legally obliged to ask you to provide evidence of
your right to work in the UK. If you are invited to interview,
you will be asked to provide appropriate documents such
 as your full birth certificate/passport/work permit ---  in
accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996.


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 C++ Developer - BERLIN- €60, 000 +
Permanent - Music production company

We have a number of C++ opportunities for one of the
 innovative music production companies around Europe.
 As a C++ Developer you will be working with some of the
most talented engineers globally on one of the most well
 known music production companies. The working
environment is very creative, innovative & collaborative.
 If you have a passion for the arts and music this really
 is an opportunity of a lifetime.

Key skills:
C++
Produce good quality code
Agile
Passionate about good quality code
Passion for Music.
I know the spec is brief - to be successful you need to have
 a solid foundation in C++ Development, more so, you need
 to be a passionate engineer and want to produce good
quality software.

For more information please contact
Stacey at Reco
Apply Now
Ref no: 309569-RECO-C--
 

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Full Time Teacher of Music (maternity cover) 
Monmouth Comprehensive School - Monmouth 
They will have experience of teaching across the
range of Performing Arts and have the ability/
experience required to teach at KS3.... 
 
 
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Full/Part Time Cafe & Bar staff
Chapter Arts Centre, Canton - Cardiff CF5
£7.50 an hour - Full-time, Part-time
We are looking for superstar staff for
our Caffi Bar at Chapter Arts Centre.

Our staff are the beating heart of Chapter, delivering
 an individual service that goes beyond attention to
detail – it springs from a love of the place itself.
Our ultimate desire is for all guests to experience
something so uniquely ‘Chapter’, it is beyond
 comparison.

Full time and part time roles are available, but previous
 experience is essential. We are interested in applicants
who will be great hosts – they will be aware & attentive
to our guest’s needs, create conversations and be
genuinely passionate about making people happy.
·Experience in a similar role is essential, if you've not
worked in Hospitality before, your application will not
 be considered on this occasion

The successful candidates will:
·Provide extremely high standards of customer service
·Make great first and last impressions and ensure that
guests are very well looked after
· Be competent in using a Till
·Follow strict health and safety guidelines
·Have a great work ethic and team spirit
·Be well-presented
·Any Barista training & qualifications are desirable
·A keen eye for detail, excellent communication skills
 and an outgoing and cheerful demeanour.
·Fluency in speaking Welsh is desirable.
The hourly wage for this role is
£7.50/hour, regardless of age.
Only those baristas eligible to work in the UK
will be considered for the above position.

To apply for this role, please send
 your CV and a short cover letter.


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Foundation Phase Teacher Job Vacancy: Wrexham 
New Directions Education
£85 - £140 a day 
Expressive arts and design. New Directions are keen
to recruit a hard working and motivated Foundation
 Phase Teacher to work within a large Foundation
 Phase set... 


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Early Years Primary Teacher, Supply Basis: Swansea 
New Directions Education
£80 a day 
Expressive arts and design. New Directions Education
are currently seeking Early Years specialists for primary
 schools within the City and County of Swansea.... 

 

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 Music Teacher
Vetro Education Ltd - Caerphilly
£95 a day - Temporary
Music Teacher
Salary: £95 - £130 per day

This Secondary School in the Caerphilly LEA are urgently
searching for a specialist music teacher to start with them
 asap. The school itself has a fantastic music and
performing arts department and the successful
 candidate will receive a warm and friendly
 welcome.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching
Key Stage 3 and 4 on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
 up until the end of the academic year. The school may be
 able to offer the option of general cover on Thursday and
Friday meaning the candidate could potentially work at
the school on a 5 day a week basis until the end of term.
 (This is still to be confirmed)

In order to be considered for this role the successful candidate
 will be a fully qualified teacher or a Newly Qualified Teacher
and ideally have experienced of covering both Key Stage 3
 and Key Stage 4 classes. As well as having a flexible and
mature attitude and good classroom presence.

Benefits include:

Excellent Rates of pay
No Payroll fees
Option to accrue or roll up holiday pay
Quick Registration
Flexible working hours to suit your needs
Love2Shop vouchers for anyone you recommend

Entry Criteria:

It is essential to have Qualified Teaching Status (QTS)
 if you plan to work at an LEA school. There are three
 main ways of gaining QTS:

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
Graduate Teacher Programme (GTP)
School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT)
Duties will include:

Planning creative and stimulating
music lessons across the curriculum
Communicating with parents,
teachers, and administrative staff
Marking and assessment
Contributing to school events
Classroom management
Monitoring progress of pupils
Assessing knowledge through
tests/assignments

Referral Scheme

At Vetro Recruitment we recognise that exceptional people
 always know other exceptional people, so why not earn
£50 to £250 for referring them to Vetro Recruitment.

For more details and/or to register with Vetro Recruitment
please call one of our Education Team today on
02921 660880.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regretfully
we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our
 clients' requirements

At Vetro Recruitment, we have over 25 years’ experience
 helping people plan their career path, navigate the job market
 and find their ideal role. We pride ourselves on the service we
 offer our candidates. We will work alongside you at all stages
 of the job application process and help you identify, apply for
 and secure your ideal role. Whether you are looking for a
 permanent or temporary position we're here to help.
www.vetrorecruitment.co.uk

Vetro Recruitment acts as an employment business when
supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency
 when introducing candidates for permanent employment
 with a client. Vetro is an equal opportunities employer
and decisions are made on merits alone.

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to Vetro Education Ltd.


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Assistant Network Co-ordinator -
Blackwood Miners Institute
Caerphilly County Borough Council 
£20,138 - £22,658 a year - Part-time, Contract

The Arts and Education Network: South East Wales is
one of four regional networks at the heart of Creative
 Learning through the Arts, a five year Arts and
Education Action Plan. The networks deliver a
major strand of the action plan, the All-Wales
Arts and Education Offer.

Working with schools, the Regional Education Consortia,
local authorities and stakeholders in the education, arts,
creative, cultural and heritage sectors, the network aims
to improve arts experiences and opportunities in schools.

The remit of the networks is to:

Organise a programme of high quality professional development
 for teachers, artists, arts and cultural organisations.

Establish and coordinate networking opportunities for teachers
artists and organisations from the arts, creative, cultural and
 heritage sectors - both digital and face to face.

Connect schools with artists and arts organisations -
act as a 'broker'.

Collect information on the regional 'offer
' and publicise examples of best practice.

Deliver the Local Arts Champions programme.

The Arts and Education Network: South East Wales,
 is seeking a methodical and organized individual
to help deliver the network programme.

The post holder will need to deliver effective, highly competent
programme support. You will be well organised, calm and
solution-orientated. You will be able to plan ahead, and predict
 and overcome obstacles. You must be able to use your initiative
 and maintain a flexible approach to your work. The Assistant
Network Co-ordinator will manage their own time effectively,
with the ability to work under pressure and have the
determination to drive tasks through to completion.

You will have excellent administration skills, preferably gained
in an education or arts environment. Strong attention to detail
is vital, alongside well-honed logistical ability.

You will have previous experience of co-collating, co-ordinating
 and disseminating information across different platforms and
for different audiences.

You will have demonstrable organisational and IT skills with
knowledge of database systems and project planning with
spreadsheets.

You will have a genuine passion & knowledge about education
 and the arts in Wales. This role requires you to have excellent
interpersonal skills to build and sustain strong working
 relationships with colleagues and external organisations
 and individuals in the arts and education sectors.

For more information about the role contact the
Network Co-ordinator Victoria Jones
 07717743292
 jonesvje@caerphilly.gov.uk

For the job description and to apply, visit
https://recruitment.caerphilly.gov.uk/
itlive_webrecruitment/jobs.html

Please apply online below or alternatively to request a paper
application pack please contact the Recruitment Team on
 01443 866522 or minicom 01443 864303.

We are legally obliged to ask you to provide evidence of your
 right to work in the UK. If you are invited to interview, you will
be asked to provide appropriate documents such as your
 full birth certificate/passport/work permit in accordance
with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996.

This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act
 (1974) and a comprehensive screening process will be
undertaken on all applicants. This includes an enhanced
 check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.


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Audience Insight Manager
Yolk Recruitment Ltd - Cardiff
Permanent
Wales Millennium Centre is Wales’ home for performing arts and
it’s
at the next stage of its evolution. We're currently working with
them to recruit an Audience Insight Manager. This is a brand new
 and highly customer-centric role, with responsibility for the
 development and delivery of audience, visitor, supporter and
 customer insight for Wales Millennium Centre. You will work
closely with the Development, Customer Service and
Marketing and Sales teams to identify and explore
 opportunities to increase the Reach, Revenue and
 Reputation of the Centre.

The Opportunity
You’ll implement the audience development strategy ensuring the
most effective use of audience data (internal and external),
segmentation, research, market trends and intelligence. You’ll
 build and own a picture of the Wales Millennium Centre's current
 and prospective audiences, visitors, supporters, participants
 and customers shaped by insight and effectively communicate
 and share this understanding with all areas of the Centre.
 You will develop and implement propositions and packages for
 audiences, visitors, supporters, participants and customers
 that will improve loyalty and engagement. You’ll manage a
 small team and their generation and interpretation of data-
driven reports, segmentation models, forecasts and analysis
 to identify and explore opportunities. You’ll establish and
 develop insight processes to inform and improve audience,
brand, fundraising, participation and customer service
strategies. You’ll oversee a schedule of research, identify
gaps in audience, visitor, supporter and customer
understanding and devise research internally or
in collaboration with external suppliers

Our Requirement
To be considered for this brand new role, you must have strong
experience of using data and insight to inform strategy and
decision making. You should be a natural communicator and
presenter, able to act as a collaborative conduit internally and
 also externally. You’ll be naturally inquisitive and possess
an eagle eye to identify revenue opportunities, improve
customer engagement and increase membership commitment.

To work for the Wales Millennium Centre you must live
 and breathe the Centre’s values. These are:

• Being Reflective
• Being Ambitious
• Being Innovative
• Being Collaborative
• Being Accountable

Their Offering
As well as the opportunity to work with Wales’ home for performing
 arts, the Centre offers an attractive salary and benefits package
which include:

• A basic salary of between £28,000 and £32,000
• Annual leave (25 days per annum)
• Discounted gym membership
• Child care vouchers (salary sacrifice)
• Complimentary tickets
• Welsh language lessons
• Relocation package *
• Competitive pension scheme
• Learning and development opportunities
• On-site discounts with restaurants, retailers and some
off -site discounts with Cardiff Bay restaurants and businesses
• Subsidised car parking
• Free employee assistance programme

* Relocation package available to people who live 150 miles
outside of Cardiff, and who are prepared to relocate within
 a 20 mile radius of the Centre.

We welcome application forms in Welsh. If you apply for a job
 at the Centre in Welsh, your application will not be treated
 less favourably than an application submitted in English

Yolk Recruitment is working in partnership with Wales
Millennium Centre on an exclusive, retained basis for
 the recruitment of a number of key roles including this one.
If you wish to apply for this role please send your CV/covering
 letter directly to Duncan Powell at Yolk Recruitment or simply
 apply to this advertisement via the methods outlined. Please
 note Wales Millennium Centre will not be accepting direct
applications and will direct you back to Yolk Recruitment.
Likewise, we stress that Yolk Recruitment are in an exclusive
 agreement, therefore, contact from any other agency
 regarding this position will be purely speculative.

To be considered for this position or for information about
 the role, please contact Duncan Powell at
Yolk Recruitment on 02921 673735.


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Producer, BBC National Orchestra of Wales /
Cynhyrchydd, Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Gymreig y BBC
BBC Cardiff CF10
Main Responsibilities
This new position plays a core role in turning all the live
 activity the BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales
 deliver, into broadcast material. The primary platform the
 orchestra can be heard on is BBC Radio 3 and this role
will oversee & deliver the lion's share of the orchestra's
 producing needs for the network. Additionally this role
will develop outstanding relationships with other
platforms (Radio Wales, Radio Cymru, BBC TV,
Radio 2, 6 Music and importantly BBC online)
to develop appropriate broadcast material for
 these platforms and their audiences.
Occasionally the role may be asked to
produce third party activity (for CD
production companies for example).
The position will also play a pivotal role in the co-ordination of
 external producer support to provide additional capacity on a
 project by project basis. Editorially choosing and scheduling
this external support will be key to the successful delivery of
the role. The role will be part of wider artistic planning and
production team and will be managed by an Artistic
 Planning Manager (not yet appointed).
The Ideal Candidate
Our ideal candidate will have demonstrable knowledge of BBC
 Radio (particularly BBC Radio 3) and Online output and that of
its competitors. The role requires demonstrable knowledge of
orchestral music and fluent music score reading skills as well
as a good knowledge of artists and repertoire - particularly
 classical music but an appreciation of broader music
genres would be an advantage. An understanding of
 the style, direction and schedules of BBC Radio 3,
 Radio Wales and Radio Cymru is also advantageous.
Indeed.com


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Drama teacher
The Children's Academy of Stage Training
 (CAST) - Cardiff
£25 an hour - Part-time
Are you an experienced, qualified drama teacher who is
 looking for an outlet for your creative side? Do you want
to work for a successful, expanding, part-time performing
arts school? Do you have what it takes to teach children
 all aspects of the performing arts, equip them with
essential life skills and build confidence?
The Children's Academy of Stage Training (CAST)
has 5 schools based in Newport, Cardiff, Caerleon &
Monmouth and is looking for enthusiastic, innovative
 and dedicated drama teachers to join our dynamic team.
Established 14 years ago we have built an outstanding
 reputation in our field, based on our unique approach
to teaching, the quality of our shows and the success
of our alumni. Children who attend CAST not only get
the chance to learn disciplines of the arts they get the
chance to put those skills into practice by regularly
performing. As they develop these skills in a vibrant,
inclusive environment, pupils also learn the
importance of team work, planning and clear
communication. And out of all that comes
increased self confidence.
The successful candidate will be prepared to work hard
to deliver our vision and will be rewarded with excellent
rates of pay, a rewarding, creative environment and
the chance to flex your directing and production skills.
Applicants must have at least 3 years experience
 in teaching drama and a relevant qualification at
 degree level or above.
To be considered for the role please email your CV.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: £25.00 /hour
Required education:
Bachelor's
Required experience:
teaching drama: 3 years
Required licence or certification:
Up to date DBS
Please review all application instructions before applying
 to The Children's Academy of Stage Training (CAST).



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Teacher of Music
Castell Alun High School  Flintshire
Part-time, Permanent
We are looking to appoint a suitably qualified and
 enthusiastic teacher to join our very successful
Expressive Arts Learning Area.
The successful candidate will need to be an excellent
 practitioner and an enthusiastic, dynamic and hard-
working team member who is adaptable & willing to
 dedicate themselves to extra-curricular commitments.
The ability to teach up to and including A level, would
be an advantage.
Castell Alun High School is committed to safeguarding
 and promoting the welfare of children, young people
and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and
volunteers to share this commitment.
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Guitar, vocal, bass or drum tutor
The Rockproject Swansea - Swansea
£22.50 an hour - Part-time
Coming soon to Swansea

The UK & Ireland's leading music school is looking for
energetic & passionate vocal, guitar, bass and drum tutor
to teach & inspire small groups of 7-11 & 12-18 year olds
in West Swansea. The successful candidate should have
 some teaching experience. Equipment provided. This
position involves working with children and therefore
 the successful applicant will be required to apply for
 an enhanced DBS disclosure, or already hold one.
 Excellent communication skills and motivational &
positive attitude are essential. For more information
about The Rock Project visit www.therockproject.com
Note: Applicants must be registered as self-employed
 and carry a full UK drivers licence.


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Photographer
Acorn Recruitment Limited Cardiff
£7.50 an hour - Temporary
We are currently recruiting for a Photographer on a
 temporary full-time basis working 8:30am to 5pm
 Monday to Friday, paying £7.50 per hour.
Duties will involve:
Working with the staff members to discuss the
images they require and how they want to use them;
Seeking out appropriate photographic
subjects and opportunities;
Using an extensive range of technical equipment,
including cameras, lenses, lighting and specialist software;
Managing the processing and use of images, discussing
 technical problems, checking for quality and dealing with
 client's concerns;
Developing expertise with software to digitally enhance
images by, for example, changing emphasis, cropping
pictures, correcting minor faults or moving
objects around;
Upload images and videos onto company website.
Requirements
Available immediately.
Degree or equivalent qualification in Photography.
Previous experience using a camera,
filming and editing videos.
Excellent IT skills.
For immediate consideration apply now.

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Hi All...

We at Sgil Cymru are celebrating a year of delivering high
 quality training for the Welsh film and TV industries at
Pinewood Studio Wales. We’ve held discounted courses
 for Script Supervisors and Production Managers funded
 by Creative Skillset, & continue to run an apprenticeship
 scheme with 26 apprentices working for employers,
including BBC Cymru Wales, Real SFX and S4C.

So far in 2017, we’ve trained Location Managers for film
and 3rd Assistant Directors for TV drama, and delivered
 workshops in Movie Magic Scheduling and Budgeting.
 Our next courses will be announced soon at
www.sgilcymru.com.
If you’d like to be kept up-to-date with training
opportunities, please sign up to our newsletter at
http://www.sgilcymru.com/en/newsletter/
- we won’t spam you and we won’t email
you again if you don’t sign up.
Meanwhile, we’re offering FREE places on a one-day media
 CV workshop on a first come first served basis. It’s suitable
 for anyone from new entrants to experienced professionals
 who need to update their CV to include a long list of credits.
The workshop will be held at Pinewood Studio Wales in
Cardiff, with the dates TBC, but you can email
help@sgilcymru.com
 to register your interest now.

Thanks for your time
The team at Sgil Cymru


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Volunteers WANTED
Sherman Theatre - Cardiff
http://www.indeed.co.uk/


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Learning Leader for English, Media and Performance
Ysgol Maesydderwen - Swansea
Full-time, Permanent
The learners of Ysgol Maesydderwen are looking for
an inspirational teacher to draw out the talents within
them to become confident, creative and independent
learners. Our students will expect you to have the
highest standards of literacy, numeracy and digital
skills to innovate within this core area of learning. You
will be required to lead a team that teaches Key Stage
 3 English, GCSEs in English Language and Literature,
GCSE Media Studies, BTEC Performing Arts and A
Levels in English Language & Literature and Media
Studies. You will lead a supportive, dynamic team of
five high calibre professionals, assisted by a Deputy
Learning Leader with responsibility for KS3 English,
 KS3 Music and our Camau Dysgu team. As Learning
Leader you will be responsible for raising standards
across the learning area and contribute to improved
outcomes throughout the school through innovations
 in teaching and learning and by improving the
learning continuum across our cluster of schools.

You will be a confident, proficient practitioner with a
 proven track record in raising outcomes in English up
 to A Level and have an infectious passion for learning.
We embrace ambition and this post is ideal for
 someone looking to move to the next level of middle
 leadership or to a Senior Leadership Team post. If
you feel you can step up to take English, Media and
Performance to the next level and continue the buzz
we have created in our community, we want to hear
 from you!
eTeach.com


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Teacher of Music .8
Bryntirion Comprehensive - Bridgend
Part-time, Temporary
For September 2017, we are seeking to appoint
 a committed, inspirational and dynamic teacher
 for this key post.
We require a lead professional who has breadth
 of vision, creativity, energy and motivation, to
contribute to a thriving music and performing
 arts department at Bryntirion
Comprehensive School.
The post offers the opportunity for the successful
 candidate to develop innovative practice in
teaching and learning, further develop the
music curriculum and meet the challenge
of raising pupil performance in an
important subject area.
 In particular we seek to appoint a teacher
who will relish the opportunity to work
with a dedicated team of professionals
 and inspire pupils to achieve their
potential.
A Disclosure Barring Service Check at
Enhanced level will be required for this post.
eTeach.com


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Early Stages Teacher
Stagecoach Performing Arts Cardiff
£34 an hour - Part-time
You will be required to Teach Drama, Dance and
Singing to 4 to 6 year olds. Experience of working
in the performing arts is essential and ideally
experience of working with young children.
If successful the sessions would be from
10.00am till 12.45 each Saturday
for 12 weeks each term.
Part-time
Salary: £34.00 /hour
Please review all application instructions before
applying to Stagecoach Performing Arts Cardiff.
Be the first to apply to this job on Indeed.
https://www.indeed.co.uk/
Also wanted -- Teaching Assistant
£10 an hour
 Stagecoach Performing Arts Cardiff 


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Drama Coach - Rhondda
apply to 'Superstars' Cardiff
£13,000 - £14,500 a year

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Teacher of Music Wanted
Capita Specialist Recruitment - Monmouthshire
£75 - £100 a day - Temporary
Teacher of Music | Secondary School
Abergavenny- Full time
£75-£100 per day

Capita Education are looking for a Teacher of Music
 for a full time position starting in May 2017. We
are looking for an experienced teacher to be able
to plan and deliver an effective and high quality
learning experience for all students.

Our client is a thriving 11 to 18 community focused
 school, which has seen significant changes in
investment over the last couple of years. This
excellent high school challenges all, irrespective
 of ability levels, in order to get the best results
from its pupils. The Music Department are an
innovative and forward thinking department
 therefore seeking an applicant who can
 contribute towards this already strong,
positive and supportive team.

Ideally candidates will be: -
An NQT or QTS Teacher with a
 real passion for your subject
A strong classroom manager with the ability
 to use inspiring techniques to create order
and deal with challenges
Able to inspire and motivate children of
mixed abilities to enjoy and improve
their confidence with maths
Have a desire to become part of a committed team
If you have what it takes and would love to
be considered for this exciting opportunity,
 apply today by emailing your CV to
taylor.micallef@capita.co.uk
Or Call 02920 660290.

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Music Teacher
Staffroom Education - Cardiff
Staffroom Education are currently recruiting for a
 Teacher of Music to work on behalf of our client; a
 vibrant, highly academic Secondary School in Cardiff.
Starting in March , this position will be a short term,
 temporary assignment and the successful applicant
 will be teaching music across key stage three.
This is a fantastic opportunity for both experienced
and Newly Qualified Teachers who hold Qualified
Teacher Status.
If you are interested in applying for this or any other
 vacancy, please contact us today on 02920 496646.

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Teacher of Music
Brynmawr Foundation School - Brynmawr
Full-time, Permanent
The successful candidate will be required
to teach Music to both key stages.

The ability to teach in other areas of the
curriculum including WBQ and Skills
Challenges would advantageous.

This post is part of the highly successful
 Creative Arts Faculty.
eTeach.com


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Freelance Communications Producer
£1,000 a month - Contract
Please review all application instructions
before applying to A2:Connect - Cardiff.

The Arts Active Trust manages A2:Connect, which is
the Arts & Education network for the Central South
Wales region, which is part of the Creative Learning
through the Arts Action Plan. The main purpose of
the network is to promote work in creative learning
projects in schools, by artists & arts organisations,
 collaborating with teachers & schools in the region.

A2:Connect is looking for a creative, focussed,
experienced, organised, freelance professional
to supply the network with high quality digital
communications content, covering all the
activities and
learning of the network, its
members, & the wider
arts & education
field, with the aim of increasing
engagement in the creative
learning of school pupils.


The Communications Producer will interact with
 network staff, artists, arts organisation staff,
teachers and school staff, to recommend and
source suitable topics and produce engaging
content about their arts and education
related
activity.

They will be responsible for producing and
disseminating communications on news,
profess
ional development opportunities,
networking
events and the activities of
Network members, and
for encouraging
and supporting network members to

share their thoughts, experiences and
work in creative
learning.
The communications producer will also
work
with the Digital Strategist to support
the development,
testing, promotion and
adoption of the Network’s
website, by its
members.


Requirements

Excellent digital communications skill,
with
experience researching, creating
&
publishing & content marketing, via
websites and social media platforms.
Excellent writing & media (especially
photo
graphy & video) production skills.
Outstanding people skills – someone
who knows
how to enable other people
to share their stories
& inspire colleagues.
Ability to manage their own time and activity
 according to priorities agreed with colleagues.
A keen interest in creative learning and the
use
of the Arts within the Education sector.
You run your own business & take responsibility
for your own tax and national insurance.
Your have your own means of transport and
ability to travel throughout South Wales.
A bilingual speaker/writer (English & Welsh)
 would be desirable, but not essential.
The Communications Producer will work under the
 direction of a Content Steering Group comprising
the Network coordinator, the Assistant network
 coordinator and the network’s Digital Strategist.


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Orchestra Manager / Rheolwr y Gerddorfa
BBC Cardiff CF10
The Orchestra is generously supported by the Arts
 Council of Wales and BBC Wales and is proud to
work with an outstanding group of conductors.


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Research Officer -Part Time
Brook Street - Cardiff CF10
 £14,189 - £19,020 a year
 An enthusiasm for the arts. Our client based in Cardiff
is an independent Arts charity whose vision is of a
creative Wales where the arts are central to the life...

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Box Office Assistant Swansea University
   £8.92 an hour
Experience of working in a similar arts environment.
 Applicants are invited for the position of
Box Office Assistant at Taliesin Arts Centre

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Artistic Coordinator - Cardiff - Sherman Theatre
 £21,860 a year
We are seeking a dynamic, charismatic and
 experienced individual to support the
development and realisation of
Sherman Theatre.

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Taliesin Office Co-ordinator
Swansea University - Swansea
£24,565 - £27,629 a year
Ensure there is full administrative, secretarial and
 financial support to the Head of Department and
Section Heads within the Taliesin Arts centre.

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Project Co-ordinator
Arts Council of Wales - Cardiff
The Plan sets out a joint implementation strategy that
 enables the Arts Council and Welsh Government to
work together to implement the recommendations...

Cydlynydd Prosiect
Arts Council of Wales - Caerdydd
Cydlynydd Prosiect, Cynllun yr Ysgolion Creadigol
Arweiniol 18.5 o oriau
 Gradd D: £30,344 pro-rata
Cytundeb Penodol Cyfnod Mamolaeth
 (yn debygol hyd at fis...)

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Drama Teacher
Bridgend
Teaching Personnel have been asked to find
 a passionate Drama and Performing Arts
Teacher for a secondary school in Bridgend.

All types of teachers are welcome to apply,
whether newly qualified or experienced.
The role will include teaching key stages
 3, 4 and 5. Therefore being able to
confidently plan, prepare and teach
the curriculum is essential.

The school is also fully committed to extra
curricular activities for pupils who are
passionate about drama & performing
arts and want to enhance their skills
 and get involved with school plays.

To apply for this role you must have an up to
 date CV, DBS on the update service and be
 registered with the Education Workforce
Council – full assistance provided.

Email your CV to
Rhian.Morris@teachingpersonnel.com
 to be considered for this role.

'Indeed' will send your application to
 rhian.morris@teachingpersonnel.com.

Please review all application instructions
before applying to Teaching Personnel.


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Cultural Strategy and Partnerships Officer
Swansea Council
£27,394 - £30,480 a year
 Reporting to the Strategic Manager - Arts, Culture
 and the Creative Economy, you will support them
 in delivery of major cultural schemes and projects.

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Theatre Steward
Swansea University
- Swansea £7.65 an hour

 An active interest in theatre, and the arts in general.
 You will assist with the smooth, safe and effective
running of Front of House during public events

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History, Heritage & Media Volunteer
VCS Cymru - Cardiff
Cultural heritage and the arts?
 Bronze Arts Award from
Trinity College London
(Silver award also eligible if
 willing to commit extra time!)....

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Drama / Performing Arts Coach (Primary),
South Wales Superstars
- Merthyr Tydfil
 £13,000 - £14,500 a year
 Have GCSE's and/or A Levels (or
equivalent) in Drama or
 Performing Arts

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Drama / Performing Arts Coach
 (Primary), South Wales Bridgend
£13,000 - £14,500 a year
 - Permanent

SuperStars are currently looking for Drama Coaches
/ Drama Teachers / Drama Tutors / Performing Arts
 Coaches/Teachers (or as we like to call you...
 ‘Drama Specialists’) to join our team for roles
 starting in in the New Academic Year
(Although there may be an opportunity
 to start earlier than this). We're looking
 for organised, positive, passionate
individuals who want build a career
with us, or use the experience they
 get to progress onto teaching.
 Strong classroom management skills
 are a must as well as experience of
working with Primary School aged
pupils. We expect there as always
 to be a high demand for the roles
we have available so encourage
 interested applicants to apply ASAP
 and secure a contract as early as
 possible. (We will have both Full
and Part Time Roles Available
 across a range of LEA’s so
please
get in touch to discuss
your
requirements).

Who Are SuperStars?

SuperStars was formed in 2005. We are a
 child development organisation working
 in 250 primary schools across S. Wales
 and the S. West of England. We are
passionate about giving children
 the opportunities that they deserve
 and we focus on developing bright
 futures for everyone that we work
with...including you! Check us out
at
www.super-stars.org.uk

Your Role?

Teach primary-age children Drama lessons linked
to the curriculum (All planning provided for you).
Prepare and deliver lessons covering the needs
 of all abilities in the class.
Positively manage behaviour.
Give each child progression by providing
 high quality teaching & development.
Deliver outstanding customer service.

Requirements?

Have GCSE's and/or A Levels (or equivalent)
in Drama or Performing Arts.
A degree or higher level qualification
is desirable.
Must have experience working with
 children aged - 4 - 11.
This could be in a school environment
 or in a coaching role.

Benefits?

£13K-£14.5K Salary (Pro Rata
for Part Time and/or Term Time)
Full comprehensive training provided.
Attendance and End of Year Bonus
Holiday Pay
Grow and develop within an expanding
organisation with promotion opportunities.
Paid experience, relevant to a PGCE application
 (Our staff application success rate is over 85%).
The opportunity to work on our award-winning
 Holiday Courses. A dedicated Staff Support
Manager.


Please Note: If this specific location or role
 isn’t right for you but we are, please get in
touch with us. We will have both Full and
 Part Time Roles available across different
 locations/subject areas, so please get in
touch, to discuss your requirements.
Take the first step to the rest of your
career with SuperStars!

Apply NOW!


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Self Shooting Assistant Producer /
Cynhyrchydd Cynorthwyol
 Hunan-Saethu, The One Show
BBC Cardiff CF5
[Job Introduction]
The One Show team at BBC Wales is expanding. In
2017/18 we’ll be producing 130 films for BBC One’s
popular magazine programme, making us one of
the programme’s largest suppliers. Our subjects
range from hard hitting consumer investigations
to history films and food features with presenters
including Nadiya Hussain, Joe Crowley and Gyles
Brandreth.


Mae tîm The One Show yn BBC Cymru Wales yn
ehangu. Yn 2017/18 byddwn yn cynhyrchu 130 o
ffilmiau ar gyfer rhaglen gylchgrawn boblogaidd
BBC One, a fydd yn golygu mai ni fydd un o brif
gyflenwyr y rhaglen. Bydd ein pynciau yn
amrywio o archwiliadau cwsmeriaid grymus,
i ffilmiau hanesyddol ac eitemau am fwyd
gyda’r cyflwynwyr Nadiya Hussain, Joe
Crowley a Gyles Brandreth, ymysg eraill.


[Main Responsibilities]
We are on the hunt for talented assistant
producers/directors to make short films
for the One Show. Our One Show films are
some of the most ambitious and creative
short films on UK television, with surprising
treatments and innovative filming techniques.


A number of these roles will be focused on our
factual films, including history, business and the
arts while one will specialise in consumer reports
and the other will concentrate on food features.
These roles are all based in our Cardiff office but
the successful applicants will be expected to
travel across the whole of the UK with
regular overnights at filming locations.


Rydyn ni’n chwilio am gyfarwyddwyr/cynhyrchwyr
cynorthwyol talentog i wneud ffilmiau byrion ar gyfer
The One Show. Mae’r ffilmiau byrion ar gyfer The One
Show gyda’r mwyaf uchelgeisiol a chreadigol ar
deledu'r Deyrnas Unedig, gan eu bod yn cynnwys
triniaethau rhyfeddol a thechnegau ffilmio arloesol.


Bydd nifer o’r swyddi hyn yn canolbwyntio ar ein ffilmiau
ffeithiol, gan gynnwys hanes, busnes a'r celfyddydau,
bydd un yn arbenigo mewn adroddiadau cwsmeriaid,
a'r llall yn canolbwyntio ar eitemau am fwyd. Mae pob
un o’r swyddi hyn wedi’u lleoli yn ein swyddfa yng
Nghaerdydd, ond bydd disgwyl i'r ymgeiswyr
llwyddiannus deithio ledled y DU ac aros
dros nos mewn lleoliadau ffilmio yn rheolaidd.


[The Ideal Candidate]

The successful applicants will need to be robust,
versatile, and able to cope with the pressure of
working on fast turn-around items with
challenging budgets. You will be a confident
self-shooter, as well as having a track record
of scripting your own items, working with a
presenter and guiding your films through an edit.


For the consumer role you should have a good
knowledge of consumer issues and a background
in journalism. We often work on investigative films
with secret filming and doorsteps so you will need
a good knowledge of the BBC’s Editorial Guidelines.


Bydd angen i'r ymgeiswyr llwyddiannus fod yn gadarn,
yn amryddawn, ac yn gallu ymdopi â'r pwysau o
weithio ar eitemau y mae'n rhaid eu cyflawni yn
gyflym, gyda chyllidebau heriol. Fe ddylech chi
fod yn hyderus yn eich ffilmio eich hun, yn ogystal
â bod â hanes da o sgriptio eich eitemau eich hun,
o weithio gyda chyflwynwyr ac o dywys eich ffilm
drwy broses olygu.


O ran y swydd sy’n ymwneud â chwsmeriaid fe ddylech
chi fod â gwybodaeth dda am faterion cwsmeriaid a
chefndir mewn newyddiaduraeth. Rydyn ni’n gweithio
ar ffilmiau archwiliadol yn aml, sy’n cynnwys ffilmio
yn gyfrinachol ac ar garreg y drws, felly bydd angen i
chi fod yn gyfarwydd iawn â Chanllawiau Golygyddol
y BBC.


[About The Company]

We don’t focus simply on what we do – we also care
how we do it. Our values and the way we behave
are important to us. Please make sure you’ve read
about our values and behaviours in the document
attached below. You’ll be asked questions relating
to them as part of your application for this role.


The BBC is committed to building a culturally diverse
workforce and therefore strongly encourages
applications from underrepresented groups.
We are committed to equality of opportunity
and welcome applications from individuals,
regardless of their background.


Nid ydym yn canolbwyntio ar yr hyn a wnawn yn unig -
mae'r ffordd rydym yn ei gyflawni hefyd yn bwysig i ni.
Mae ein gwerthoedd a'r ffordd rydym yn ymddwyn yn
bwysig iawn i ni. Sicrhewch eich bod wedi darllen am
ein gwerthoedd a'n hymddygiadau yn y ddogfen sydd
wedi'i hatodi isod. Byddwn yn gofyn cwestiynau sy'n
ymwneud â hwy fel rhan o'ch cais am y rôl hon.


Mae’r BBC wedi ymrwymo i ddatblygu gweithlu
aml-ddiwylliannol felly rydym yn annog yn frwd
geisiadau gan grwpiau sydd wedi’u tangynrychioli.
Rydym wedi ymrwymo i gyfle cyfartal ac yn
croesawu ceisiadau gan unigolion, beth
bynnag yw eu cefndir.

Please review all application instructions
 before applying to the BBC.


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Head of Art with ICT Skills
St. John's, Dean Close - Chepstow
 It is well known for its music and
 performing arts, and has a strong
 tradition of academic and
 sporting success....

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Associate Lecturer in Creative Writing
Aberystwyth University
 £26,829 - £32,004 a year
Institute of Arts and Humanities.
 The Department is situated within the Institute of Arts
 and Humanities and is an excellent opportunity.

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Teacher of Music
 Abertillery Learning Community - Abertillery
 For further enquiries please contact Hayley Jones
 Head of Performing Arts, at the school.

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Membership Advisor - Penarth
Legacy Leisure - Vale of Glamorgan
 £16,000 a year
Legacy Leisure is passionate about improving the
 health and wellbeing of our patrons, and aims to
 offer a diverse range of physical/cultural activities.


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Casual Recreation Assistants - Parkwood Leisure -
Penarth -
Legacy Leisure - Vale of Glamorgan
Legacy Leisure is passionate about improving the
 health and wellbeing of our patrons, and aims to
 offer a diverse range of physical/cultural activities.

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Front of House - Llantwit Major Leisure Centre
Legacy Leisure - Vale of Glamorgan
 £7.20 an hour

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Cardiffjobs.co.uk
Teacher of Drama - Caerphilly

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Welsh Speaking Team Co-Ordinator
(fixed term - 6 months)
Brook Street Cardiff CF10
£10,073 - £12,250 a year
Are you a Fluent Welsh speaker with an interest
in the Arts? Do you have practical knowledge
of Excel and a proficient IT user?...


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Children’s Services Worker
Action for Children Wales
£16,107 - £17,577 a year
While staying in Ty Laura children will be offered
a variety of activities & have access to appropriate
 toys, arts and crafts, and the use of a sensory room


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Marketing & Media Development Officer
Volcano Theatre Company - Swansea City
£18,000 a year - Part-time

The role of the Marketing and Media Development
Officer is to promote the work of Volcano Theatre
 Company and its full range of activities within
 Swansea, Wales, the UK and internationally,
and to develop the company’s marketing
and
media activities in accordance with
audience
development objectives and
in ways
appropriate to changing
technologies
and platforms.

The Officer is expected to create, commission and
 manage content in accordance with the company’s
 artistic policy, marketing and communications
strategy, branding guidelines, budgets, funding
 agreement targets, and any other governing
 documents or guidance as appropriate.

The Officer will develop and maintain dynamic and
positive relations with the public, media, partner
 organisations, businesses, funders and stake-
holders, and local artists and arts organisations.

The Officer is a key member of Volcano’s permanent
 staff team, and is expected to contribute proactively
 to the company’s vision and strategy via planning
 discussions and company development meetings.
There will be opportunities to develop the role in
 accordance with the skills of the post holder
and the needs of the company.

Please see
 http://www.volcanotheatre.co.uk/whats-on/
marketing-media-development-officer

 for full details and how to apply.

Required education:

Bachelor's


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Drama / Performing Arts Specialist
SuperStars 
Newport £14,500 a year
 Have GCSE's and/or A Levels
(or equivalent) in Drama or Performing Arts.
SuperStars are currently looking for Drama
 Coaches / Drama Teachers / Drama Tutors


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Drama / Teacher (Primary) SuperStars
Cardiff £14,500 a year Have GCSE's and/or
 A Levels (or equivalent) in Drama or
Performing Arts. SuperStars are currently
 looking for Drama Coaches / Drama
 Teachers / Drama Tutors /.


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Drama / Performing Arts Coach
SuperStars Cardiff £14,500 a year
 Have GCSE's and/or A Levels (or equivalent) in Drama
or Performing Arts. SuperStars are currently looking
 for Drama Coaches / Drama Teachers / Drama Tutors


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Drama / Performing Arts Coach
(Primary) - South Wales Superstars 
Bridgend £13,000 - £14,500 a year
Drama / Performing Arts Coach (Primary).
Have GCSE's and/or A Levels (or equivalent)
in Drama or Performing Arts....


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Nursery/Reception Teacher, Supply Basis: Swansea
New Directions Education Swansea £80 a day
 Expressive arts and design. New Directions
 Education are seeking a qualified teacher to
 undertake supply positions within a
 Swansea Primary School

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Surface Pattern Design (Printed Textiles)
Technician Demonstrator

University of Wales Trinity Saint David Swansea
£25,298 - £28,452 a year

The School of Design & Applied Arts at Swansea College
of Art, UWTSD is a vibrant & innovative School, formed
from 3 cognate discipline areas.


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Sessional Lecturer in Television and Digital Media
Glyndwr University - Wrexham
The School of Creative Arts is seeking
 experienced Lecturers to cover a diverse
 curriculum in Television and Digital Media.

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Team Coordinator
St David Recruitment Services Ltd - Cardiff
 An interest in the arts in Wales.
 Salary is £10.47-£14.85 per hour
based on experience.

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Assistant Technician Performing Arts Faculty
Porthcawl Comprehensive School - Porthcawl
 The role will involve providing support for the
 teaching staff and pupils, including preparation
and routine maintenance of resource/equipment.

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Teacher of Drama and Performing Arts
Tonypandy Community College
 Rhondda Cynon Taff
The successful candidate will be joining a strong
 team within the Creative Arts Faculty. Applicants
need to be excellent classroom practitioners

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Director of Development
CLWYD THEATR CYMRU - Mold
£36,019 - £38,789 a year
The successful candidate will have an interest
 in the arts and theatre, be a charismatic
individual with excellent communication
 and interpersonal skills,

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Technical Office Assistant
WELSH NATIONAL OPERA
Cardiff -
£15,000 a year

Good working knowledge of the arts,
 preferably opera, musicals and theatre.
 

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Research Administrator (6 month FTC)
Fresh Recruitment, Cardiff - S. Glam.
The monitoring of arts activity.
Sponsored by totaljobs

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Full Time Teacher of Music
Monmouth Comprehensive School - Monmouth

They will have experience of teaching across the
range of Performing Arts and have the ability/
experience required to teach GCSE Music....


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Head of Fundraising and Communications
Theatr Brycheiniog - Brecon £35,000 a year

Lead on & develop an innovative & ambitious
Marketing & Communications strategy, that
develops Theatr Brycheiniog’s full potential
as a leading rural Centre...


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Head of Operations Theatr Brycheiniog - Brecon
£35,000 a year. To be responsible for the day-to-
day operational and facilities management and
smooth running of Theatr Brycheiniog as a
key performing arts provider in Powys


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Youth & Community Administrator and pa
Welsh National Opera Cardiff
£18 - £20,000 a year
Understanding of music education
and community arts and an
appreciation of the importance
 of arts in a community context....


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Youth and Community Project Assistant....
Welsh National Opera Cardiff
£15,000 a year
An interest in the arts is essential.


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Outreach Wing Volunteer
The Fledgling Arts Collective
Central Cardiff
Part-time, Volunteer
Outreach Wing Volunteer

Would you like to give some time to doing
something for love rather than money?

Fledgling Arts Collective Central
have a newly opened Outreach Wing.

We are looking for Online Volunteers who
will respond to our members in either a live
chat (booked in advance) or via email
 messaging style.

About Fledgling

We are non-profit-making-volunteer run Arts
Collective & charity providing a platform both
 online and offline for those who struggle with
mental health, addiction, gender dysphoria,
sexuality, feel like they don't quite 'fit', or
feel estranged to this world, We encourage
you to express yourselves through art as
catharsis. Combining Art & Catharsis, we
 believe in being CathARTic. We believe
 the arts are a great elixir.

All those who empathise and feel akin
with our beliefs are Welcome also.

We Believe the Arts & Creativity
 can change the world for the better.

We believe in ''can be'' unity in spite of diversity.

We believe that positivity & love are contagious.

We Believe in showing each other kindness

We Believe in encouraging each other

We Believe in Alternative Giving
 and Paying It Forward

We Believe in Breaking conventions

We Believe in embracing our unique selves
 and Being Proud of who we are

We Believe in embracing Difference

If you empathise and feel akin
with our beliefs please apply.

Together we can Soar!

What are they looking for?

We are looking for people who are both trained
 and untrained in mental health counselling, a
 good listener is an absolute must . Also it would
 be helpful if you have some experience of
mental health struggles, but not essential.

You should have passion and compassion
 for mental health also;
good communication and interpersonal skills;
dedication, commitment, working on own
 initiative, reliable, Organised
At ease dealing with people

Fledgling is currently run by Volunteers online,
 so this would be an online post.

Does this appeal to you? Can you help us spread
our wings further and soar some more? 

A good future reference for counselling will be
given to any volunteer that shows enthusiasm,
commitment, reliability and general rapport.

We are very accepting of all people, if you are
 happy to do something for love rather than
money, then Fledgling is a great place
 to be!

Practical Considerations
Internet Connection

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Family Funday Volunteer
Ty Hafan - Sully

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Rainbow Run Barry Volunteer
Ty Hafan - Barry

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Volunteer Sidekick
Mencap - Somerset

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Volunteer Countryside Sidekick
Mencap - Somerset

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Volunteers - Cardiff - Sherman Theatre
Sherman Theatre - Cardiff Boost your CV in the arts.
The Sherman Theatre is one of Wales’ most important
 arts organisations & one of its leading producing houses....


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Events/opportunities


Go to
http://www.arts.wales/



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ProMail

Almost 4,000 children and young people throughout Wales have
contacted the 'meic' helpline since it was launched in May 2010.
Due to this success we are now extending the opening hours to
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, as of now. The service will continue
to provide a single point of contact via telephone, text or instant
messaging for comprehensive information and will signpost to
other services and provide access to independent professional
advocates as & when required..

Contact ProMo-Cymru
tel / ffôn:029 2046 2222 www.promo-cymru.org
twitter.com/promocymru
Contact ProMo Cymru
ProMo Cymru | Unit 13, Royal Stuart Workshops,
Adelaide Place, Cardiff, CF10 5BR

Pat Green | 029 2046 2222 | pat@promo-cymru.org EVI | Church
Street, Ebbw Vale, NP23 6BE Samantha James | 07977 810 397 |
Sam@create-at-evi.org



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stakeholder newsletter
CYLCHLYTHYR RHANDDEILIAID

News, events, opportunities : Newyddion, Digwyddiadau, Cyfleon

Understanding Broadcasting Royalties in Wales
We've been asked a lot about the issue of broadcasting royalty payments in Wales. Here's an OVERVIEW.

Deall Breindaliadau yng Nghymru
Mae llawer wedi ymholi ynglyn a breindaliadau darlledu yn Nghymru. Dyma
FRASLUN



International / Rhyngwladol



British Council Announces Folk Nations Residency in India
Folk Nations, an exciting new three year programme organised by the British Council,
will bring together musicians, creative producers and practitioners from the UK and
South Asia for exchange, collaboration, creative and professional development and
showcasing opportunities.  From Wales, Georgia Ruth Williams has been selected to
take part in the Folk Nations project. Details HERE

Y Cyngor Prydeinig yn Cyhoeddi Cwrs Preswyl Folk Nations yn India
Rhaglen newydd gyffrous sy’n para am dair blynedd ac sy’n cael ei threfnu gan y Cyngor
Prydeinig yw Folk Nations. Bydd yn dod â cherddorion, cynhyrchwyr ac ymarferwyr creadigol
o’r DU a De Asia at ei gilydd i gymryd rhan mewn prosiect cyfnewid, cydweithio, datblygiad
creadigol a phroffesiynol ac arddangos cyfleoedd.  Yn cynrychioli Cymru ym mhrosiect
Folk Nations bydd Georgia Ruth Williamso. Manylion
YMA


Opportunities and Job Vacancies / Cyfleoedd a Swyddi Gweigion


Orchard Entertainment
Looking for a job with Wales' Largest Independent Promoters?
Vacancy available through Jobs Growth Wales HERE

Orchard Entertainment
Chwilio am swydd gyda
Hyrwyddwyr Annibynnol Mwyaf Cymru?
Swydd ar gael drwy‘Twf Swyddi Cymru’
YMA



WMC seeks DJs
Wales Millennium Centre are looking for DJ’s to play predominantly
background music in Ffresh on Friday nights between 7pm – 11pm. 
If you specialise in lounge/funk/soul/smooth disco/world music,
please get in touch with rob.ashelford@wmc.org.uk for details.

Canolfan y Mileniwm yn chwilio am Droellwyr Disgiau
Mae Canolfan y Mileniwm yn chwilio am droellwyr disgiau i chwarae cerddoriaeth
gefndirol yn bennaf yn Ffresh ar nos Wener rhwng 7pm a 11pm. Os ydych yn
arbenigo mewn cerddoriaeth lounge/ffync/soul/smooth disco/cerddoriaeth fyd,
cysylltwch â
rob.ashelford@wmc.org.uk i gael manylion.



Festival Coordinator
Dylan Thomas 100 Festival Coordinator position available to work on an
exciting project!  See HERE

Cydlynydd Gŵyl
Swydd Cydlynydd Gŵyl - Dylan Thomas 100 ar gael i weithio ar
brosiect cyffrous!  Gweler
YMA

 

Business Support Programme Manager
Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Music development agency Generator,
is looking for an outstanding individual to develop and implement
its music business support and training programme.  See HERE

Rheolwr Rhaglen Cefnogi Busnes
Mae Generator, yr asiantaeth ddatblygu cerddoriaeth yn Newcastle Upon Tyne,
yn chwilio am unigolyn eithriadol i ddatblygu a gweithredu ei rhaglen gymorth
busnes cerddoriaeth a hyfforddi. Gweler
YMA



Can you help develop the next generation of creative talent in Wales?
Creative Apprenticeships provide a high quality, industry-approved route
into the creative and cultural sector. Apprentices train on the job, spending
time with a training provider to gain industry-relevant skills and training.
  If you need help with organising an event or project, creating a marketing
campaign, supporting productions, fundraising or general office administration,
an apprentice could be right for you.  Apprenticeships are available in a
number of industry-related frameworks including Live Events, which is
particularly relevant to the music industry. Details HERE

Allwch chi helpu i ddatblygu’r genhedlaeth nesaf o dalentau creadigol yng Nghymru?
Mae Prentisiaethau Creadigol yn cynnig llwybr o safon sy’n cael ei gymeradwyo gan y
diwydiant i’r sector creadigol a diwylliannol. Mae prentisiaid yn derbyn hyfforddiant wrth
weithio, ac yn treulio amser gyda hyfforddwr er mwyn dysgu sgiliau a derbyn hyfforddiant
diwydiant-berthnasol.  Os oes arnoch angen cymorth i drefnu digwyddiad neu brosiect,
creu ymgyrch farchnata, cefnogi cynyrchiadau, codi arian neu i wneud gwaith gweinyddol
cyffredinol, gallai prentis fod yr union beth i chi.  Mae prentisiaethau ar gael mewn nifer
o fframweithiau cysylltiedig â diwydiant yn cynnwys Digwyddiadau Byw sy’n hynod
o berthnasol i’r diwydiant cerddoriaeth. Manylion
YMA



Training / Courses / Industry Events / Hyfforddiant / Cyrsiau / Digwyddiadau’r Diwydiant



Catapult DJ School
Catapult, Cardiff, presents an affordable 8 week DJ School for entry and intermediate
skill levels. Their industry recognised tutor .Killer Tom (DMC finalist) will share his
knowledge and show you how to mix, blend, eq and scratch.  Find out more HERE

Ysgol Troelli Disgiau Catapult
Mae Catapult, Caerdydd, yn cyflwyno Ysgol Troelli Disgiau 8 wythnos fforddiadwy ar gyfer
lefelau sgiliau mynediad a chanolradd. Bydd y tiwtor, Killer Tom, sy’n gydnabyddedig yn
y diwydiant ac a gyrhaeddodd rownd derfynol DMC, yn rhannu ei wybodaeth ac yn dangos
sgiliau cymysgu, cyfuno, eq a chrafu.  Darganfyddwch fwy
YMA


Creative Industries Development Scheme (CiDS)
The Creative Industries Development Scheme offers skills-boosting bundles
of mix and match modules to help your creative business fulfil its potential.
A few new courses coming up including Introduction to Social Media, Creative
Collaboration and Photoshop Skills for the Creative Business.  See HERE
The Scheme is for freelancers, self-employed practitioners and micro-businesses
in the creative and cultural industries that live and/or work in convergence areas
of Wales. If you meet all the entry criteria then you may be entitled to a fully
or partly funded place on the course. For more information or to book,
please contact Lisa on 01443 668559 or e-mail ljderri1@glam.ac.uk.

Cynllun Datblygu’r Diwydiannau Creadigol (CiDS)
Mae Cynllun Datblygu’r Diwydiannau Creadigol yn cynnig digonedd o fodiwlau gwella
sgiliau y gellir eu cymysgu a’u cydweddu i helpu eich busnes creadigol i gyrraedd ei
botensial. Dyma rai o’r cyrsiau newydd a gynhelir yn fuan : Cyflwyniad i’r Cyfryngau
Cymdeithasol, Cydweithio Creadigol a Sgiliau Photoshop ar gyfer y Busnes Creadigol.
  Gweler
YMA
Mae’r Cynllun wedi ei fwriadu ar gyfer gweithwyr llawrydd, hunangyflogedig a
microfusnesau yn y diwydiannau creadigol a diwylliannol sy’n byw ac/neu’n gweithio
yn ardaloedd cydgyfeiriol Cymru. Os ydych yn bodloni’r holl feini prawf mynediad
yna gallech fod yn gymwys i dderbyn lle wedi ei ariannu’n llawn neu’n rhannol ar y
cwrs. I gael rhagor o wybodaeth neu er mwyn cadw lle, cysylltwch â Lisa
ar 01443 668559 neu e-bostiwch
ljderri1@glam.ac.uk.

 

News from Trac
Ten musicians selected for exciting new project '10 in a Bus' that aims to
reinterpret traditional Welsh folk music.  See HERE

Newyddion gan Trac
Deg cerddor yn cael eu dewis ar gyfer prosiect newydd cyffrous '10 mewn
Bus' gyda’r bwriad o ailddehongli cerddoriaeth werin Gymreig.  Gweler
YMA

 

Funding / Cyllid


Redundant Rural Buildings Grant
The Redundant Rural Buildings Grant is a capital grant to convert
redundant buildings for business use within rural Carmarthenshire.  Details HERE

Grant ‘Redundant Rural Buildings’
Mae’r Grant Redundant Rural Buildings yn gymhorthdal cyfalaf i drawsnewid
adeiladau segur i ddibenion busnes yng nghefn gwlad Sir Gaerfyrddin.  Manylion YMA


New Music Biennial
PRS for Music Foundation is proud to announce the launch of the first ever
UK-wide New Music Biennial - supporting and promoting up to twenty brand
new commissions by some of the UK's most exciting composers to be
performed across the country and at two special weekend events.
  Find out how to propose HERE

New Music Biennial
Mae PRS for Music Foundation yn falch o gyhoeddi lansiad y New Music Biennial -
y cyntaf erioed o’i fath ledled y DU - a fydd yn cefnogi ac yn hyrwyddo hyd at
ugain comisiwn newydd sbon gan rai o gyfansoddwyr mwyaf cyffrous y DU a
fydd yn cael eu perfformio ledled y wlad ac mewn dau ddigwyddiad penwythnos
arbennig.  Darganfyddwch sut i wneud cais
YMA


PRS for Music Foundation announce New Music Plus...UK producers and organisations
Congratulations to Mark Edward Thomas (Shape Records) and Chapter Arts Centre,
Cardiff - announced amongst the twelve talented, emerging event producers who
have been selected from around the country to embark on a unique creative and
professional development programme – New Music Plus…UK.  See HERE

Mae PRS for Music Foundation yn cyhoeddi cynhyrchwyr a sefydliadau New Music Plus...UK
Llongyfarchiadau i Mark Edward Thomas (Shape Records) a Chanolfan Gelfyddydau Chapter,
Caerdydd – a enwyd ymhlith y 12 cynhyrchydd digwyddiadau talentog sy’n dod i’r amlwg,
a ddewiswyd o bob cwr o’r wlad i ddilyn rhaglen datblygiad proffesiynol a chreadigol
unigryw – New Music Plus…UK.  Gweler
YMA

 

Festival news / Newyddion Gwyliau


NME Awards
Congratulations to Festival Number 6 and Swn Festival on being nominated for
'Best Small Festival' at this year's NME Awards.   You can register votes for your
choices HERE

Gwobrau NME
Llongyfarchiadau i Ŵyl Rhif 6 a Gŵyl Sŵn am gael eu henwebu ar gyfer
'Gŵyl Fach Orau' yng Ngwobrau NME eleni.   Gallwch gofrestru pleidleisiau
ar gyfer eich dewisiadau
YMA
New Festival Supports Welsh Music and Substance Abuse Charity
2013 is the inaugural year for what will become an annual arts festival in
Swansea, bringing together musicians and writers from across Wales.
Gwyl Pili Pala Festival is presented by the West Glamorgan Council on
Alcohol and Drug Abuse (WGCADA), with all proceeds going to support
their wide range of programs and services. Pili Pala is also an opportunity
to showcase some of the best new music in Wales.  See HERE for details.

Gŵyl Newydd yn Cefnogi Cerddoriaeth Gymreig ac Elusen Camddefnydd Sylweddau
Blwyddyn 2013 yw blwyddyn gyntaf gŵyl gelfyddydol a fydd yn cael ei chynnal yn flynyddol
yn Abertawe, ac yn dod â cherddorion ac ysgrifenwyr at ei gilydd o bob cwr o Gymru.
Mae Gŵyl Pili Pala yn cael ei chyflwyno gan Gyngor Camddefnydd Alcohol a Chyffuriau
Gorllewin Morgannwg (WGCADA), gyda’r holl elw yn mynd i gefnogi amrediad eang o
raglenni a gwasanaethau. Mae Pili Pala hefyd yn gyfle i arddangos y gerddoriaeth newydd
orau yng Nghymru.  Gweler manylion
YMA.


Opportunities to play / Cyfleoedd i Chwarae


London Welsh Centre
Looking to play outside of Wales?  The London Welsh Centre is always open
to hearing from those wanting to get involved.
  Contact Iain@lwcentre.demon.co.uk for more info. 
Also, find out more about the monthly “Huw Stephens presents
The London Welsh Sessions” HERE

Canolfan Cymry Llundain
Awyddus i chwarae y tu allan i Gymru?  Mae Canolfan Cymry Llundain
bob amser yn falch o glywed gan rai sy’n dymuno cymryd rhan.
  Cysylltwch ag Iain@lwcentre.demon.co.uk i gael rhagor o wybodaeth.
  Hefyd, darganfyddwch fwy am “Huw Stephens presents .....
The London Welsh Sessions” a gynhelir yn fisol YMA



Other opportunities and events / Cyfleoedd a digwyddiadau eraill



The Great Hall, Cardiff
Following discussions with promoters nationally & locally, The Great Hall venue
(1500 cap + 50 guests) is now available with full production included. 
This means less hassle for you, and more importantly - a lot easier on the budget!
Of course, the Great Hall is still available without in-house production, and there's
also Solus (1000 cap), GH2 (500 cap) and CF10 (350 cap) available at competitive
rates. If you have any questions, or if you'd like any availabilities checked,
please contact Stevie Jenkins / jenkinss16@cf.ac.uk / www.cardiffboxoffice.com.

Y Neuadd Fawr, Caerdydd
Yn dilyn trafodaethau gyda hyrwyddwyr yn genedlaethol ac yn lleol, mae canolfan
Y Neuadd Fawr (sy’n dal 1500 o bobl + 50 o wahoddedigion) ar gael nawr, yn cynnwys
‘cynhyrchiad llawn’.   Golyga hyn lai o drafferth i chi, ac yn bwysicach fyth – pris rhatach
o lawer! Wrth gwrs, mae’r Neuadd Fawr yn dal ar gael heb gynhyrchiad mewnol, a hefyd
ceir Solus (sy’n dal 1000 o bobl), GH2 (sy’n dal 500 o bobl) a CF10 (sy’n dal 350 o bobl)
sydd ar gael am brisiau cystadleuol. Os oes gennych unrhyw gwestiynau, neu os hoffech
wirio a oes unrhyw leoedd ar gael, cysylltwch â Stevie Jenkins /
jenkinss16@cf.ac.uk / www.cardiffboxoffice.com.


Opportunity for Composers: New Music Scores for any forces wanted -
all styles welcome
Arcomis has an ever-growing online catalogue of new music scores, and
consequently an ongoing call for works.  For more information, please click HERE

Cyfle i Gyfansoddwyr: Angen Sgorau Cerddoriaeth Newydd ar gyfer
unrhyw achlysur – croesewir unrhyw arddull
Mae gan Arcomis gatalog ar-lein o sgorau cerddoriaeth newydd sy’n cynyddu’n
ddiddiwedd, ac o ganlyniad mae’r galw am weithiau yn un parhaus.
  I gael rhagor o fanylion, cliciwch
YMA



New Weekly Magazine Programme seeks bands
The Welsh Show is a brand new weekly television magazine programme for Wales.
  Every Tuesday and Friday at 7pm on Sky Ch 192.  Looking for bands to appear
on the show - you must have a broadcast quality video,
email talent@thewelshshow.tv.

Rhaglen Gylchgrawn Newydd Wythnosol yn chwilio am fandiau
Rhaglen gylchgrawn newydd sbon ar gyfer Cymru ar y teledu yw
The Welsh Show.
  Bob dydd Mawrth a dydd Gwener am 7pm ar Sky Ch 192.  Mae’n chwilio am fandiau
i ymddangos ar y rhaglen – rhaid ichi gael fideo o safon darlledu,
e-bostiwch
talent@thewelshshow.tv.



Sgwrs Gelfyddydol - Ein Lle Ni / Open Space
Do you love the arts?
Do you find it frustrating?
Do you feel audiences don't get a voice?
Do you feel like an outsider whose ideas are never taken seriously?
Have you just started out and need support?
Open Space is a pioneering form of democratically organised consultative
meeting where you bring your ideas about where the arts in Wales should
be heading.  Details HERE

Sgwrs Gelfyddydol - Ein Lle Ni / Open Space
A oes gennych ddiddordeb angerddol yn y celfyddydau?
Ydych chi’n teimlo’n rhwystredig?
Ydych chi’n teimlo nad yw cynulleidfaoedd yn cael lleisio barn?
Ydych chi’n teimlo fel rhywun ar y tu allan nad yw ei syniadau byth yn cael
eu trin yn ddifrifol?
Ydych chi newydd gychwyn ac angen cymorth?
Mae Ein Lle Ni yn ffurf arloesol o gyfarfod ymgynghorol a drefnwyd yn
ddemocrataidd lle ydych yn dod â’ch syniadau ynglÅ·n â chyfeiriad y
celfyddydau yng Nghymru.  Manylion
YMA.



Jazz in Wales
Andy Roberts has recently published a page of venues which offer
regular weekly or monthly jazz gigs in Wales.  See HERE.  If you're
a venue that features live jazz / blues that would like to be included,
please get in touch with Andy, who'll be looking for clear guidance
on what day or days of the week your regular sessions take place,
how frequent they are and what styles of jazz are offered. 

Jazz yng Nghymru
Yn ddiweddar cyhoeddodd Andy Roberts dudalen yn rhestru canolfannau
sy’n cynnig gigs jazz rheolaidd (wythnosol a misol) yng Nghymru.
  Gweler
YMA. Os ydych chi’n ganolfan sy’n cynnal perfformiadau byw -
jazz / blues - ac os hoffech gael eich cynnwys, cysylltwch ag Andy.
Bydd eisiau gwybod yn union ar ba ddiwrnod neu ddiwrnodau o’r wythnos
y cynhelir eich sesiynau rheolaidd, pa mor aml a pha fathau o jazz a gynigir. 



Unsigned bands: The Guardian wants to hear your music
Are you in a band deserving of a wider audience? Send your best song...
See HERE

Bandiau heb arwyddo: Mae’r Guardian eisiau clywed eich cerddoriaeth
Ydych chi mewn band sy’n haeddu cael ei glywed gan gynulleidfa ehangach?
Anfonwch eich cân orau...
Gweler
YMA



Unsigned Only
Unsigned Only is a music competition designed for solo artists, bands,
and singers who are not signed to a major label record company or any
of its affiliates, subsidiaries, or imprints. The goal of Unsigned Only is
to find an outstanding, talented performer: a band, singer, or solo artist...
a newcomer or veteran...raw or polished - the "gem" that needs to be
discovered. Find out more HERE

Unsigned Only
Cystadleuaeth gerddoriaeth yw Unsigned Only a fwriadwyd ar gyfer artistiaid
unigol, bandiau, a chantorion nad ydynt wedi arwyddo cytundebau â phrif labeli
recordio nac unrhyw un o’u cwmnïau cysylltiedig, is-gwmnïau, neu imprints.
Nod Unsigned Only yw darganfod perfformiwr unigryw a thalentog: band, canwr,
neu artist unigol...newydd ddyfodiad neu un sy’n hen law arni...di-brofiad neu
gaboledig - y "gem" sydd heb ei ddarganfod. Darganfyddwch fwy
YMA



News From Stakeholders / Newyddion y Rhanddaliaid


The Welsh music selling website Sadwrn.com have published their
top ten selling records of 2012. / Cyhoeddodd y wefan werthu cerddoriaeth
Sadwrn.com eu 10 record a werthodd orau yn 2012.

10. Pictures in the Morning - Richard James
9. Baby it's Cold Outside - Cerys Matthews
8. Cyrk - Cate Le Bon
7. Good Music - Colorama
6. Furniture - Race Horses
5. Darluniau Ogof o'r Unfed Ganrif ar Hugain - Datblygu
4. Discopolis - Clinigol
3. Outside In - Cian Ciaran
2. In Luna - Georgia Ruth
1. Draw Dros y Mynydd - Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog



Event Rater needs your views!
New Wales-based Start-up company ‘Event Rater’ collects feedback from
consumers to drive quality within the events industry, delivering customer
insight to both venues and events. Event Rater produces research reports
including recommendations on improvements for venues and events and
is inviting event organisers / venue managers / promoters etc to share
their views, to critically enhance and further the application of the Event
Rater event evaluation framework.  Please click HERE to take part.

Event Rater angen eich barn!
Mae’r cwmni newydd ‘
Event Rater’ yng Nghymru yn casglu adborth gan ddefnyddwyr
i hyrwyddo ansawdd uchel o fewn y diwydiant digwyddiadau ac yn trosglwyddo
safbwyntiau cwsmeriaid i ganolfannau a digwyddiadau. Mae Event Rater yn cynhyrchu
adroddiadau ymchwil yn cynnwys argymhellion ar welliannau ar gyfer canolfannau
a digwyddiadau ac mae’n gwahodd trefnwyr digwyddiadau / rheolwyr canolfannau /
hyrwyddwyr a.y.b. i rannu eu syniadau, i wella a datblygu cymhwysiad fframwaith
gwerthuso digwyddiadau mewn ffordd feirniadol.  Cliciwch
YMA i gymryd rhan.



Angela Durrant is offering VIP vocal breakthrough days for professional singers
/songwriters who need to get their voices shaped up in a day ready to tour or record.
This is for singers who want to refresh or shape up their technique, add or change
styles or deal with any vocal health issues. All they need to do is
contact angeladurrant120@aol.com or call 07879601415 for more information.
Angela is also offering "Nail it on the Day" Learning intensive half and full days.
Suitable for singers who have songs to learn or re-work, recording projects that need
to be rehearsed, as well as sets for gigs or concert work. All the back breaking
practical learning is done with Angela on the day, so you leave with it done and
ready to go. Again, email the above for more info.

Mae Angela Durrant yn cynnig diwrnodau VIP ‘llwyddo yn lleisiol’ i gantorion a
chyfansoddwyr caneuon proffesiynol sydd angen paratoi eu lleisiau mewn diwrnod
yn barod ar gyfer teithio neu recordio. Cwrs ar gyfer cantorion sydd eisiau adnewyddu
neu gaboli eu techneg, ychwanegu neu newid arddull neu ddelio ag unrhyw faterion
iechyd sy’n ymwneud â’r llais. Y cwbl sydd angen ei wneud yw cysylltu
ag angeladurrant120@aol.com neu ffonio 07879601415 i gael rhagor o wybodaeth.
Mae Angela hefyd yn cynnig "Nail it on the Day" – hanner diwrnod a diwrnod cyfan o
ddysgu dwys. Addas ar gyfer cantorion a chanddynt ganeuon i’w dysgu neu i ailweithio
arnynt, prosiectau recordio sydd angen eu hymarfer, yn ogystal â setiau ar gyfer gigs
neu waith cyngerdd. Mae’r holl waith dysgu caled yn cael ei wneud gydag Angela ar y
diwrnod, felly byddwch yn gadael y cwrs wedi cwblhau’r gwaith ac yn barod amdani.
Unwaith eto, e-bostiwch yr uchod i gael rhagor o wybodaeth.
www.angeladurrant.co.uk



2013 is shaping up to be a monster year for mid Wales label HabitFormed Records -
with big releases scheduled from Ghost of a Dog / Silures / Beneath The Reef / Old
Samuel /Galapagos Now! and Clepto.  Check out the website HERE

Mae 2013 yn argoeli’n flwyddyn anhygoel i HabitFormed Records - y label o ganolbarth
Cymru – a fydd yn rhyddhau cerddoriaeth o safon gan Ghost of a Dog / Silures / Beneath
The Reef / Old Samuel /Galapagos Now! a Clepto.  Gwiriwch y wefan YMA



Nimbus Disc & Print - Fast and Affordable – Short Run CD and DVD Production
Don’t let the demise of HMV cloud the picture for CDs. More than 70% of all
record company revenue still comes from the sale of CDs, the trick is to
always spend less than you earn. With Short Run production you know your
cost of production is always in line with your profit from sales because you
only make the number you need right now. Nimbus was the first company
ever to make a CD in the UK and our reputation for quality and service is
second to none. Short Run is perfect for new artists unsure of how many
they might sell, white copies needed for promotional use or maintaining a
deep back catalogue on your own web site or Amazon.
For more information contact Sara Moore, Production Coordinator /
Tel: 01600 890 007 Email: sara@wyastone.co.uk / www.wyastone.co.uk

Nimbus Disc & Print – Cyflym a Fforddiadwy – Cynhyrchu cryno ddisgiau a DVDau Short Run
Peidiwch â gadael i dranc HMV gymylu eich darlun o’r gryno ddisg. Mae mwy na 70%
o refeniw pob cwmni recordiau yn parhau i ddod o werthu cryno ddisgiau - y gamp bob
amser yw gwario llai nac ydych yn ei ennill. Gyda chynyrchiadau Short Run byddwch yn
gwybod bod cost eich cynnyrch bob amser yn adlewyrchu elw eich gwerthiant gan mai
dim ond yr union nifer sydd ei angen arnoch ar y pryd sy’n cael ei wneud. Nimbus oedd
y cwmni cyntaf erioed i wneud cryno ddisg yn y DU ac mae ein henw da o ran ansawdd a
gwasanaeth yn ddigyffelyb. Mae Short Run yn berffaith ar gyfer artistiaid newydd sy’n
ansicr ynglÅ·n â nifer y cryno ddisgiau y byddant yn eu gwerthu, ac ar gyfer ‘copïau gwyn’
sydd eu hangen i ddibenion hyrwyddo neu gadw ôl-gatalog cynhwysfawr ar eich gwefan eich hun neu ar Amazon.
I gael rhagor o wybodaeth cysylltwch â Sara Moore, Cydlynydd Cynhyrchu /
Ffôn: 01600 890 007 E-bost:
sara@wyastone.co.uk / www.wyastone.co.uk



New music enterprise Sinner Saint Management are looking to work with local promoters in
setting up gigs and events.    Contact Dani or Rhys for more details.   

Mae Sinner Saint Management, y fenter gerddoriaeth newydd, yn awyddus i weithio gyda
hyrwyddwyr lleol er mwyn trefnu gigs a digwyddiadau. 
Cysylltwch â Dani neu Rhys i gael rhagor o fanylion. 

 

Peter Footitt has started up providing guitar lessons in Prestatyn to beginners to intermediate students. 
For further details about Peter, see HERE or contact peteperfect100@sky.com

Mae Peter Footitt wedi cychwyn cynnig gwersi gitâr ym Mhrestatyn i ddechreuwyr a myfyrwyr sydd wedi
cyrraedd lefel ganolraddol.  I gael rhagor o fanylion am Peter, gweler YMA neu cysylltwch â
peteperfect100@sky.com



Rich Thair has just received funding from the Arts Council of Wales for an exciting new
project from his band Red Snapper.  They are writing a new score in his Pontardawe
Studio for 70s Senegalese road trip movie Touki Bouki that was remastered by Martin
Scorsese in 2008.  They will be touring UK/Europe showing the film and performing the
soundtrack live.
Rich is currently mixing and producing the first ep from new West London band
Cats on Ladders and working on a new release for his experimental electronic project Toob.

Mae Rich Thair newydd dderbyn arian gan Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru ar gyfer prosiect newydd
cyffrous ei fand Red Snapper.  Mae’r band yn ysgrifennu sgôr newydd yn ei Stiwdio ym
Mhontardawe ar gyfer Touki Bouki, ffilm Senegalaidd o’r 70au am daith anturus, a ailfeistrwyd
gan Martin Scorsese yn 2008.  Byddant yn teithio drwy’r DU/Ewrop yn dangos y ffilm ac yn
perfformio’r trac sain yn fyw.  Byddant yn chwarae yng ngŵyl Artefact, yn Leuven, Gwlad Belg
ar 18 Chwefror, Canolfan Gelfyddydol Pontardawe ar 19 Ebrill a QEH Southbank, Llundain ar
24 Ebrill. Mwy o ddyddiadau i ddod.  Ar hyn o bryd mae Rich yn cymysgu ac yn cynhyrchu’r
ep gyntaf o’r band newydd o Orllewin Llundain, sef Cats on Ladders, ac yn gweithio ar
gerddoriaeth mae newydd ei rhyddhau ar gyfer Toob, ei brosiect electronig arbrofol.



Dragonffli Records in Pontypool has its very own recording studio, catering for both
beginners and experienced record producers such as Joe Gibb who has worked with
Massive Attack, Leftfield and many more.  Plus, CD duplication, disc printing and
P.A. hire services available.  See flyer HERE.

Mae gan Dragonffli Records ym Mhontypwl ei stiwdio recordio ei hun, yn darparu ar gyfer
y cynhyrchwyr profiadolfel Joe Gibb (Massive Attack, Leftfield a mwy) a dechreuwyr fel
eu gilydd. Yn ogystal maent yn dyblygu ac argraffu CDs a llogi offer P.A. Gwelwch eu taflen YMA


Disclaimer: News items from third party sources may not be affiliated with WMF
and we cannot take responsibility for their content, or links to external websites.

Ymwadiad: Ni ellir cysylltu eitemau newyddion o ffynonellau trydydd parti â SCG
ac ni allwn dderbyn cyfrifoldeb am eu cynnwys, neu am gysylltiadau â gwefannau allanol.

CONTACT : Cyswllt

WELSH MUSIC FOUNDATION LIMITED
REGISTERED COMPANY NUMBER: 4750161
33-35 WEST BUTE STREET: CARDIFF BAY:
CARDIFF: CF10 5LH
TEL: 029 2049 4110

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EMAIL: enquiries@welshmusicfoundation.com

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' Morning

 

I would like to inform you of a new opportunity
to study the Music Business, here in Cardiff.

 After 4 successful years the FD Music Industry
Entrepreneurship programme’s funding is
almost at an end and will cease in its current
format.  However, there is an opportunity for
students to now study a full- time BA Music
Business programme based here in Cardiff
(please note this provision is reliant on
student finance and not restricted to
convergence applicants only).

 

The BA (Hons) Music Business provision has
been made possible through a new exciting
strategic partnership between the ICMP
London (Institute of Contemporary Music
Performance) & the University of S. Wales.

The modules are taught by established music
industry professionals who reflect their
industry practice within the teaching content.

 

The BA (Hons) Music Business Degree at the
Institute will help you to gain practical, real
world experience by immersing you in a
creative environment, surrounded by artists
creating real-world music projects.

You will be taught by established music
industry professionals and you will be given
the opportunity to promote and work in
association with fellow student artists.

You will learn management principles and a
broad range of business skills helping you to
maximise the creative and commercial
potential of the artist/business relationship.

Your studies will promote entrepreneurship
and creative thinking, helping you to create
and launch your own business, before
leaving the course.

 

Information for the BA(Hons) Music Business
programme can be found at:

 

http://icmp.co.uk/courses/ba-hons-music-business

 

http://courses.southwales.ac.uk/courses/1017-ba-hons-music-business

 

http://www.southwales.ac.uk/open-days/

 

 

Should you have any questions or would like to
discuss this opportunity further, then please
don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

Sincerely

 

Jon Goode

 

Jon Goode BA (Hons) MA

Room CA403

Faculty of Creative Industires

University of South Wales

86 - 88 Adam Street

Cardiff, CF24 2FN

Tel. 01443 668562

 

Profile Russia  invites young European
and Asian journalists to apply to attend
the ninth International Media-Forum:
‘Dialogue of Cultures’.

All expenses will be paid for
young journalists aged up to 35.  

Contact  Elena Senkova  if you
would like more information.

Please visit
 the Media Congress website 
for more details.






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