Caring Scotland


Job Description


Closing date:
12pm on Wednesday 8 May

| Status

Freelance. Workshops and One-to-One sessions will be scheduled and contracted in blocks or standalone, as required by the project. Mandatory training will be part of the role and preparation and attendance will be paid as part of the engagement.

| Fee

£718.45/week or daily rate as required by the project

| Interview Dates

4 June 2024

We are a theatre without walls and have imagination without limits.

We are seeking to appoint a pool of Freelance Artist Facilitators to support our new project Caring Scotland produced in partnership with Who Cares? Scotland and funded with an award from The National Lottery Heritage Fund. We are looking for candidates with relevant experience who are empowering, collaborative and flexible.

To read more about the Caring Scotland project please click here

How to Apply

We want you to tell us why you want to be an artist facilitator on this project. We are keen to know how your work and experience will make you the right artist facilitator for this project, but most of all we want to know why this project appeals to you. We ask you to write a short statement of interest and accompany this with either a CV or links to some of your work that supports why you would like to be part of this project.

Please provide us with details of any access requirements you may have to allow us to make the recruitment process as accessible as possible.

We would also like to know if there are any other responsibilities or requirements that you may have (for example: childcare or any other access needs) that will make it easier for you to take part in the recruitment process. We are happy to accommodate these to the best of our ability and would encourage you to let us know when you apply.

Submit your application to us before 12pm on Wednesday 8 May by submitting using submittable link below.

Please ensure you meet the deadline; it is unlikely that we will consider applications received after the closing date.

Interviews will be held on 4 June 2024 (Group workshop), in person at Rockvilla. Please try to make sure you can be available on this date when you apply.

To let us know about access requirements or ask any questions, please contact:

About the The National Lottery Heritage Fund

The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the largest funder for the UK’s heritage. Using money raised by National Lottery players we support projects that connect people and communities to heritage. Our vision is for heritage to be valued, cared for and sustained for everyone, now and in the future. From historic buildings, our industrial legacy and the natural environment, to collections, traditions, stories and more. Heritage can be anything from the past that people value and want to pass on to future generations. We believe in the power of heritage to ignite the imagination, offer joy and inspiration, and to build pride in place and connection to the past.

Using money raised by National Lottery players, The National Lottery Heritage Fund supports projects that connect people and communities with the UK’s heritage. Caring Scotland is made possible with The National Lottery Heritage Fund.