Dance Base is currently recruiting for the role of Dance Artist (Parkinson’s).
Location: Based in Edinburgh, but will be required to deliver educational activities, and attend meetings and events across Scotland.
Job summary: Funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Dance Base, in partnership with Scottish Ballet, will deliver a Scotland-wide Dance for Parkinson’s (DfPS) programme, involving the creation of hubs across the country.Focusing on health and wellbeing, this post will administer, and co-deliver classes and workshops to all sectors of the community across Scotland, and play an active role in the day-to-day running and long-term vision of the Participation department.
Reports to: Dance Health Project Manager (DHPM), with mentoring by the Participation Manager
Key working relationships:
Terms and conditions: 24 hours per week pro rata (negotiable with candidate)Salary: £23,00 per annum (pro rata £13,800)Hours & place of work: Dance Base, with the requirement for weekly travel to Dundee and Aberdeen. Less frequent travel will be required for Inverness.Contract: 3-year fixed termHolidays: 32 days paid holiday per year pro-rata with designated public holidays.Overtime: No overtime is payable but will be given as Time off in Lieu with the agreement of your Line Manager.
To apply for the role by post, please download and print the job pack below, and complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form. Mark the envelope with the code ‘DAP18’ and post a hard copy to:
HRDance Base14-16 GrassmarketEdinburghEH1 2JU
Or download the job pack and application forms below and send your completed application form and equal opportunities monitoring form in via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and ‘DAP18’ in the subject line.
The closing date for applications is Monday 30 April and interviews will be held on Wednesday 9 May 2018.
Please do not submit CVs as these are not accepted.
We look forward to receiving your application and thank you for your interest in Dance Base
Dance Base is an equal opportunities employer, welcoming applications from all sectors of the community.