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Freelance Support Tutors

We are recruiting two freelance support tutors for Tramshed’s ‘Dramatic Voices’ programme. 

Job Description: 
Dramatic Voices a weekly drama group for adults with learning disabilities, learning differences, ASD and a passion for theatre! We are looking for two support tutors to fulfil the following responsibilities: 

Support the Lead Tutor with the artistic delivery of the programme. This will be facilitated through planning and evaluation sessions, as well as expected communication through the termly programme. 

Proactiveness! Be able to support the Lead Tutor and other Support Tutor through taking initiative. 

Engage participants through modelling of games and exercises and encouraging their participation. 

To collaborate with the Lead Tutor to refine plans to suit the needs of participants. 

Work with other professionals, carers and parents who will also be present in the space. 

Be able to communicate well with the other Support Tutor and Lead Tutor throughout the programme – both verbally and via email  

To support the Lead Tutor with safeguarding of the participants 

Flexible and adaptable in a changing environment  

Job Requirements (Desirable):  

Experience of working with individuals with diverse access needs within community settings. 

Passion for working with diverse individuals and supporting them in accessing the Arts. 

Ability to work well in a team. 

Enhanced DBS (or willingness to undergo a check). 

Good communication skills. 

Arts and Craft Skills  

Days of Work: 
Mondays 10:30am – 12:30pm (This is a new session and is TBC) 

Or  

Wednesdays 10.30am -12.30pm (confirmed) 

Fee: 
£30 per hour. This totals £60 for a weekly session. 

£23.90 for planning, one session per term. 

£50 for evaluation, one session per term. 

To Apply: 
Please send your CV and a Cover Letter (one page) to Pamela Farrugia at [email protected]  

We will also accept recorded applications (Video/Audio) no longer than 5 minutes.    

We support and encourage people from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and skill sets to join our team. 

Closing date for applications:
10th June 2024 at 12pm 

Interviews will take place 14th June 2024. 

Im Possible, Not Impossible Participant Call Out

Looking to be part of a FREE fun performance project over the summer?

N-ABLED, TRAMSHED & MOXIE BRAWL ARE SEEKING UP TO 10 PARTICIPANTS TO DEVISE AND PERFORM A NEW SHOW CALLED I’M POSSIBLE, NOT IMPOSSIBLE.

What are we looking for?

Disabled adults aged 18+ who enjoy performing. No experience is necessary but you must enjoy working as a team and being creative.

Working with Moxie Brawl’s Artistic Director Sarah Blanc, you will be part of creating a brand new show called I’m Possible, Not Impossible.

Together we will create our own action-film style dance theatre show that breaks stereotypes and uses humour along with movement and an original script. It will be a celebration of who is in the room. It will be fun and unexpected and take inspiration from our own life experiences within the world, challenging each other to speak our truth.

We are interested in working with artists from the community with experience of physical impairment, of sensory impairment, of Intellectual Impairment or Learning Disability, Chronic Illness, and Neurodiversity.

Access the audio version of this information here.

How to apply

You can apply in writing, by audio recording or with a film. We have three questions for you:

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? 

What interests you about this project?

Are you available for all of the rehearsal dates? 

We are not expecting long answers, a short paragraph or spoken is fine. You can also include links or pictures, if that is useful.

More information about the project is available on this form.

Please include your name and contact email address somewhere in your application. 

To apply in writing

If you are applying in writing, you can send us your answers as email text or by filling in this form.

To apply by audio recording or film

If you are applying with a film or audio, you can email the link to our Community Producer, Matilda, at [email protected]

If you have any access requirements to apply for this opportunity, then please let us know. 

We aim to ensure the application process is straightforward and fair. If you have any questions about the process, or the project in general, please email Matilda at [email protected]

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

 

Volunteers

As part of this transformative year, we are looking for people to join us as volunteers. This will help us bring fun and creativity to everyone in Greenwich and give back to the local community. We are looking for people who are interested in the arts, their local community, or those who want to learn something new!

We have a lot of events and different opportunities to get involved with, and at Tramshed there is a place for everyone. The ideal person will be someone who enjoys being a part of a team, helping others, and meeting new people.

We are looking to create a pool of volunteers from across our borough so that people can stay up to date with all of Tramshed's activities and get as involved as they like. We have events near you in locations such as Kidbrooke, Charlton and Blackheath, so you never have to travel far and you can join us for multiple events around the borough, the choice is completely up to you.

To express interest, please complete this form.

 

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