Islands Satellite Group Call Out
Posted by CHARTS
Fee: £25 per hour
Duration: 6 months (PILOT until April 1st 2024)
Are you an islander in Argyll who is engaged in the arts, culture and heritage sector? Do you and your community have big ideas for the future of this sector on your island? Are you interested in being a part of creating opportunities for your community?
As part of a CHARTS pilot Satellite Group to support islands, we are looking for 6 new Island Advocates to be responsible for hosting bimonthly meetings in their community to listen to the views and needs of local arts, culture and heritage practitioners. CHARTS is looking for motivated and confident individuals to support better communication between island communities and to strengthen local creative networks.
The successful applicants will be supported by the Island Culture Officer to organise and host regular meetings and record discussions so that they may feed back to the islands team in order to inform CHARTS work with islands.
We are seeking applications from individuals in the following island communities:
Ross of Mull and Iona
Islay & Jura
Slate Islands (Seil, Luing and Easdale)
To apply for this role, please forward an application to email@example.com.
Your application should include a CV and a 1-page cover letter, attached to an email, stating why you are interested in this role with information and/or links about relevant experience. To become a member of CHARTS, please visit https://www.chartsargyllandisles.org/register/.
For any further information about this role, please contact Caitlin McNeill, Islands Culture Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 4 August 5pm
To assist in the development of applications, please see:
About CHARTS: https://www.chartsargyllandisles.org
CHARTS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CHARTSArgyllandIsles/
For any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com
Take part in our new island survey for heritage or creative practitioners/organisations and help CHARTS Island Team understand how best to support each community's current and potential cultural activity.
Survey closes 14 August, access here