Creative Facilitator - Poetry, Spoken Word Or Storytelling, National Maritime Museum
- Closes28th February 2019
- TypePart time
- SalaryPaid (£15k-20k pro rata)
- Artforminterdisciplinary arts, literature, museums, Other, Poetry; spoken word; storytelling
- ContactRos Croker firstname.lastname@example.org
Royal Museums Greenwich is looking for an experienced creative learning facilitator to develop and deliver the sessions for women to grow their confidence and literacy skills through creative spoken word, storytelling and/ or poetry. Although living in the local area many of the participants will not have visited the Museum before and some of the participants may have experienced domestic violence and abuse, therefore the facilitator should be experienced in working in a sensitive and flexible way. The facilitator will be experienced in using creative spoken word, storytelling and/ or poetry with participants and creating accessible experiences differentiated for different abilities and learning styles. The experience for participants should be engaging, creative and fun using the museum’s collections as inspiration.
Current statistics show that women in the Royal Borough of Greenwich have a lower life expectancy than in many of the boroughs across London and areas of the UK due to different social determinants of wellbeing. This programme will give women recruited through the Her Centre the opportunity to develop their confidence and literacy skills through creative spoken word, story-telling and/or and poetry workshops using National Maritime Museum collections as inspiration.
Timings: Every Wednesday 10.00am-2.30pm
Set up: 9am
De-brief and wrap up: 2.30-4.00pm
Location: National Maritime Museum
Six week period – 3 April – 8 May.
This programme has been developed in partnership with the Her Centre, a Woolwich based charity who specialise in empowering women to move away from abuse and forward with their lives. http://hercentre.org/
Fee - £250 per day (payments subject to National Insurance and tax deductions)
9 days total including two days for development and planning, six days delivery and one day for evaluation and reporting.
Applications to be received by 9am on 28 February 2019. For full brief, person specification and how to apply please email Ros Croker - email@example.com