Current Opportunities

 

Creative Learning Associate

  • Type of Contract: 15 hours a week (0.4 FTE fixed-term post). Exact days and times of work are negotiable.  Occasional evening and weekend work may be required.
  • Salary: £26,000 (pro-rata F.T.E) per annum
  • Responsible to: Artistic Director | CEO

The Creative Learning Associate is a post that will be responsible for developing and delivering a wide-ranging programme of learning, outreach and participatory activities.  The post will be driven by artistic enquiry, but framed by Stellar Quines’ vision and our commitment to ‘inspiring excellence in women and girls’.  This body of work will introduce a new focus for the company; connecting with communities, young people, educational institutions and offering skills & training opportunities.  It will deliver on our strategic priority to increase participation and learning, while enabling and developing participants, which in return feeds into and inspires our wider programme.

How to apply:

Download the application pack here Creative Learning Associate 2018.

Please send applications by email only marked CREATIVE LEARNING ASSOCIATE to Erin McGee (Company Administrator) at erin@stellarquines.co.uk. This should also be who you contact should you have any questions regarding your application.


Stellar Quines’ ambitions to inspire excellence in women & girls are embraced by the organisation on every level with artists, participants and audiences at the centre of Stellar Quines’ enquiry.

Equally, each and every person that works with and for the company should be inspired and nurtured so that they too work with passion, creativity and commitment, enabling the company to be the best it can be.

Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion are valued and underpin all our activity, prioritised in the areas of Sex/Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Pregnancy and Maternity.

We are a Parents and Carers in Performing Arts partner, committed to delivering the PIPA Best Practice Charter: a set of guiding principles for all professional theatre organisations to follow, ensuring that places of work – and access to work – become as inclusive and accessible as possible to carers and parents. As such we actively encourage conversations regarding support for staff with caring responsibilities. This includes providing a Breast Feeding Friendly environment for staff. We have been involved in helping shape a Mums Returning to Work Guide with Outside the Box.

We ensure that our project staff teams have excellent representation of women across all roles and endorse the Equity Inclusive Casting Policy.

As a professional theatre company we normally cast our productions using agents and other professional casting outlets. Unfortunately, we don’t have the capacity to hold open auditions for each of our productions, but will advertise opportunities if we do. If you are a performer interested in working with the company, and would like to send us a copy of your acting CV, please do so to: hello@stellarquines.co.uk, with the subject CASTING. Whilst we can’t acknowledge each CV sent we will keep them on file for consideration.

We are a fair pay employer and our fees are in line with or above recommended rates, as made by ITC, Equity, SDUK, FST/SSP.

Stellar Quines is committed to minimising the environmental impact of our operations and the work we produce and tour and the company has developed an Environmental Working Policy (PDF) with Creative Carbon Scotland.

 

 


We are keen to support work placements where possible. Please send a current CV and answers to the following questions to hello@stellarquines.co.uk.

What are your reasons for wanting a placement with Stellar Quines?

What would you like to gain from this experience?

What would be your top 3 goals for your placement?

Please read our Recruitment Privacy Notice.