Paid Trainee Opportunity on the Time Travel Film Making Project
The Fruitmarket Gallery is recruiting for a part-time paid training opportunity which is open to a young person aged 18–25. The trainee will work on the Time Travel Project alongside a professional film maker, a youth worker and young people aged 10–12 years old from WHALE Arts in Wester Hailes.
Time Travel is a youth arts project delivered in partnership between The Fruitmarket Gallery, WHALE Arts and Screen Education Edinburgh working with young people from Wester Hailes. This film making project will run from October 2019 to April 2020. The trainee will work alongside the artist, youth worker and young people to co-produce the project and will be involved in all aspects of the project delivery including: meetings, workshop sessions preparation, delivery of film making workshops, set up and clear up of workshops, trips, editing the films, presentation/ film screenings/ exhibitions and evaluation.
This trainee position is open to young people with personal experience of issues around equality of opportunity including: those from a low-income background, from BAME backgrounds, who identify as LGBTQ+, have a disability or mental health issues.
The trainee must be available to work at weekly sessions on Tuesdays 4–6pm from October 2019 to April 2020.
The trainee will be paid at the Scottish Living Wage of £9 per hour in line with Fruitmarket employment practices, 7 hours = £63 per week. All travel expenses related to the project will be reimbursed.
Interviews will take place on Monday 28 October at WHALE, Arts Agency, 30 Westburn Grove, Wester Hailes, Edinburgh, EH14 2SA.
For further information about this trainee position please contact Tracy Morgan, Community Engagement Manager, The Fruitmarket Gallery email@example.com
To apply: Please complete an application form and equal opportunities monitoring form and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10am on Monday 21 October 2019.