Jobs: Partnerships Coordinator 


Role:

Paragon is an inclusive arts company based in Glasgow. We are looking for a Partnerships Coordinator for our Groove programme. Groove is an artist development programme for aspiring musicians and dancers with additional support needs. Groove creates accessible opportunities for emerging artists to come together, be creative, feel inspired, and express themselves.

The Groove Partnerships Coordinator is a new role within Paragon which aims to build on previous work, developing and strengthening links with people and organisations in line with artists’ individual creative pathways. The role will build a network of partnerships with health and social care sectors, promoters, arts companies, venues, and further & higher education. The role will support emerging artists on the Groove programme to make connections and forge a meaningful creative life.

Location: Glasgow

Status:
Part time

Salary: £24,205 – £26,349 pro-rata

Application Closing date: 22nd August 2022

A Job Pack is available for download below.

To apply, complete an application form and email it to Lisa Butler at [email protected]

Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Lisa Butler at [email protected]

Equality and Diversity:

Paragon strives to ensure equality of opportunity and celebrates the diversity of its staff and artist community. We strongly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnicity, women, LGBTQ+, disabled candidates and candidates from lower socio-economic groups and care-experienced backgrounds.

As a Disability Confident Employer, we will ensure that a fair and proportionate number of disabled applicants that meet the essential criteria for this position will be offered an interview. Applicants demonstrate how they meet the essential criteria through the application form.

Reasonable adjustments to the interview process are supported for disabled applicants. For more informaiton contact [email protected] or complete the access informaiton form with your requirements.

Interviews:

Formal interviews for this post will be held between the 24th August and 1st September. Interviews will take place, preferably, in person at the Paragon office in the CCA Glasgow. Interviews via zoom can be arranged by request.

Downloads:

Job Description
Application Form
Disability Confident Access Information Form


Train and Play 

Train and play is our bespoke training programme for new music practitioners. The programme is aimed at providing musicians with the opportunity to develop their inclusive music and dance practice and workshop facilitation skills, with a focus on group music making and a solid grounding in the fundamentals of Disability Equality and Child Protection training.

If you are interested please contact us via [email protected] .


Volunteering

We welcome any volunteers who would like to gain experience or offer their skills and experience in the workshops or with administration and fundraising.

We are an inclusive organisation and will support you to ensure that you are developing the skills and qualities that will be useful to you in your future.

If you are interested in working with us please complete this application form and send over to [email protected]