Learning & Engagement Apprentice
Learning & Engagement Apprentice - Arts
Point 1 = £4.55 an hour, £168.35 a week, £8,778 a year – initial salary for all new starters for the first 12 months of the apprenticeship
Progression of pay after 12 months are complete as follows:
Point 2 = £6.45 an hour, £238.65 a week, £12,444 a year - completed 12 months and aged 19 - 20
Point 3 = £8.20 an hour, £303.40 a week, £15,820 a year - completed 12 months and aged 21 - 24
Point 4 = £8.72 an hour, £322.64 a week, £16,823.00 a year – completed 12 months and aged 25+
37 hours per week
This is a great opportunity to work with the Arts Section at Warwick District Council, gaining skills, knowledge and experience of the district's arts sector. Based within the Collections & Engagement Team, you will work closely with the Learning & Engagement Officer and our Learning & Engagement Assistants across our three sites: Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, Royal Spa Centre and Leamington Town Hall.
The successful candidate will have a passion for the arts and culture, and a desire to break down barriers in order to engage diverse audiences and ensure that they have opportunities to access, create and benefit from cultural activities. You will use arts, culture and heritage to enhance and improve learning through creative workshops, visits, talks, performances, events and digital arts, and using online content. You will deliver learning and engagement events while ensuring that health and safety requirements and the principles of Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults are met. This includes the use of risk assessments, standard operating procedures and documenting and reporting events.
This post offers the opportunity to study towards Level 3 (Cultural Learning and Participation Officer). No experience is necessary as full training will be provided to the successful candidate. Qualifications required are 5 GCSEs at grade 4/C including Maths and English, IT literate including knowledge of main Microsoft office software.
If you have a willingness to learn, knowledge and passion for the arts, and a proactive approach to problem solving, then this could be the role for you.
Please note that this role is currently a home working role and full support will be provided to you remotely.
The Training Provider for this apprenticeship is Access Creative College.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact Victoria Slade, Collections & Engagement Manager on 01926 456943.
Closing date: 9.00am 12th October 2020
Interviews (via Microsoft Teams): W/C 2nd November 2020