Would you like to work with CRIPtic Arts? We are recruiting for various projects:
Assistant / Administrative Support Worker to Jamie Hale, co-CEO of Pathfinders
- 6 hours per week by arrangement, typically worked between 1pm and 5pm Mon and Wed with occasional weekend working
- Salary: £11/hr
- Location: Remote working
This role is to provide support for Jamie as a co-CEO of Pathfinders Neuromuscular Alliance. The successful candidate will be confident working as a personal and administrative assistant to support Jamie with areas including task, project and deadline prioritisation and management, handling emails, calendar and organisation, taking notes, making agendas, minuting and task management.
They will be capable of producing accurate and rapid key-word captions to support Jamie, who is partially deaf, in conversations where auto-captions are not accurate*. They will be confident with Google Suite, as well as standard social media tools and basic image and video-editing tools, and able to follow clear instructions.
This is a work from home role.
The start date is 11th July 2022. There will be a probation period of 1 month. The role will initially be for a fixed term contract of a year, with potential for extension.
To apply, please send a CV (max 2 sides of A4) and cover letter (max 1-2 sides of A4) which explores how your experience and skills match with the requirements in the job description to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application deadline is 5pm, 30th June 2022. Interviews will be held the week beginning 4th July.
If you need any support in completing your application, or would prefer to submit it in another format, please contact us at email@example.com.
We are also always looking for people to join our network of access advisors, to be contacted when work becomes available
Experienced freelance deaf and/or disabled access advisors to work in our network of (paid) access advisors. We may approach you to take a job on projects – so if this is you, send us your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Trainee deaf and/or disabled access advisors (or people interested in access advisory work) to shadow us on projects (typically unpaid). We may also be able to offer a job on our projects (paid). Meanwhile, you can develop the skills and experience to become access advisors in the arts. If you’re interested, send your CV (or a bit about you) and why you’re interested to email@example.com