Current vacancies

Trainee Assistant - Gallery Art Group

Nottingham Lakeside Arts are seeking a Trainee Assistant to assist the leaders in the successful running of Lakeside’s Gallery Art Group 11-13 (GAGs) which is an open access group recruited on a first come, first served basis.  

The role holder will nurture children’s curiosity and interest in the visual arts.   At all times, the role holder will support the GAG Leader in the delivery of best practice in terms of artistic development and project delivery.

Traineeship Period: September 2018 to July 2019
Payment: £8.34 per hour (plus £1 in lieu of holiday pay)
Day/Hours of Work: Tuesday evenings 6-8pm (NB Assistant will be required 30 minutes before and after each session to help with preparation and tidy-up)
Application deadline: Friday 15 June
Interview date: Friday 22 June

Application forms to be completed and sent to Jodie Clifford at jodie.clifford@nottingham.ac.uk

Trainee Assistant - Gallery Art Group Full Role Description

Trainee Assistant - Gallery Art Group Application Form

 

Trainee Assistant - Art Investigator Max

Nottingham Lakeside Arts are seeking a Trainee Assistant to work at our Art Investigator Max sessions. The role will involve assisting the Arts and Heritage Duty Managers and the Learning Officer (Galleries) in the successful running of Lakeside’s Art Investigator Max drop-in workshops which are free, open access sessions extending a welcome to diverse new audiences to the Gallery.

The role holder will nurture children and adults’ curiosity and interest in the visual arts and help them learn new creative skills.   At all times, the role holder will support the Arts and Heritage Duty Managers in the delivery of best practice in terms of artistic development and project delivery.

Traineeship Period: September 2018 to June 2019
Payment: £8.34 per hour (plus £1 in lieu of holiday pay)
Day/Hours of Work: Saturday mornings (Dates TBC) – 11.30 am to 4.30pm
Application deadline: Friday 15 June
Interview date: Friday 22 June

Application forms to be completed and sent to Jodie Clifford at jodie.clifford@nottingham.ac.uk

Trainee Assistant - Art Investigator Max Full Job Description

Trainee Assistant - Art Investigator Max Application Form

 

Wheee! Volunteering Opportunity

This is an exciting opportunity for volunteers to get involved with Nottingham Lakeside Arts’ Wheee! Festival. We are looking for people to take on customer facing stewarding roles, helping out at the festival throughout the weekend. 

This would include: showing families where to go, letting the public know when and where different events are happening, working as a shadow artist, supporting the facilitating artists with hands on make and do activities (all training will be given), being tour guides, working with our Highfield Park Rangers, helping families take part in outdoor trails and activities, and generally being an ambassador for Lakeside.

This is a fantastic opportunity for volunteers to pick up some new skills and have an enjoyable weekend working with young children and families.

Shifts will be available on Saturday 2 and Sunday the 3 June, 2018.
Shifts will be from 10.00 – 17.30 (breaks are included).  Lunch provided.

Volunteers must be able to work the entire shift. We will consider applications from those who can only work 1 day.

For more information please contact rachel.feneley@nottingham.ac.uk

Wheee! Festival Volunteer pack

 

Arts Administration Traineeship

Nottingham Lakeside Arts is recruiting four student Arts Administration Trainees for the academic year 2018-19 to work alongside the Music Assistant and Head of Music Programmes to deliver an exciting programme of University music making, including administering to the University Philharmonia or Choir.

Through mentoring and training the successful candidates will develop skills in: event management, ensemble management, marketing and music librarianship.

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with excellent people skills. They will also be able to demonstrate good organisational skills and may have experience managing an ensemble in a University context. Third-year and postgraduate students considering a career in arts administration are particularly encouraged to apply. Please note, only current University of Nottingham students are eligible to apply for the Traineeships.

Please complete the application form below and send to Owen.Jones@nottingham.ac.uk by 5pm on 6 June.

Hours of Work: 70 hours per year (approx. 4 hours per week in term time)
Payment: £8.34 per hour + holiday pay
Application Deadline: Wednesday 6 June,
 5pm
Interviews: Wednesday 13
 June
For more information email 
Owen.Jones@nottingham.ac.uk

Arts Administration Traineeship Role Description

Arts Administration Traineeship Application Form