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Job opportunities upcoming for young people across the Thames Corridor with Creative Estuary!

Opportunities to start work in the vast growing South East creative sector

Creative Estuary will be hosting a large number of job opportunities in 2021 in the creative and cultural sector. Their programme will transform the visibility, identity and future of the area’s creative production infrastructure, supporting more than 400 new jobs, and delivering new skills, qualifications, and apprenticeships across an area of 1.5million people.

The creative and cultural industries contribute more than £100bn per year to the UK economy, helping to attract investment, catalyse innovation, and enhance distinctive places and communities.

Latest roles

Awards Coordinator- Funny Women

Would you like to work with the best new talent in comedy? Do you have a passion for performing arts? We need someone like you to work in collaboration with our Operations Director to deliver our exciting annual Funny Women Awards.

Hours 30 Hours per week

Wage Applicable National Living Wage

Location Remote Working: Funny Women HQ is based in Rochester, Kent and some travel may be required

Contract Type Fixed term until September 30th 2021

This post will be engaged to complete this work on a freelance basis

Application Deadline 20th April 2021 at 12pm

Interview Date Week commencing the 26th April 2021

The Organisation: Funny Women

Funny Women exists to give women a powerful voice through comedy. Its founding principal is to find and support the female comedy stars of tomorrow via its central activity, the annual Funny Women Awards. The competition, launched in 2003, continued to run in 2020 during lockdown conditions to fulfil a continuing need to raise the profile of women's comedy across the UK and globally. Planning for the 2021 is now in progress. Funny Women provides a centre of excellence for comedy skills and training with the aim of enabling a stronger female presence in mainstream comedy through performance, new writing and creative development. It runs workshops, comedy courses, outreach events and provides strong community engagement via a regional network of chapters in London, Bristol, Medway, Manchester, Edinburgh, Dublin, Amsterdam Netherlands, Boston USA, Singapore and Melbourne, Australia.

How to apply
To apply please submit a CV and covering letter to the email address below, outlining what you would bring to this role and how you meet some or all of the
criteria outlined above.
For more information about this role and to apply please contact:
Shane Forster
Skills Development Manager
[email protected] 

Find out more about the Creative Estuary programme