APPLY AS A FACILITATOR
Help Shape the Future
We are seeking up to four excellent facilitators to run a range of meetings online (and in person if government guidelines allow) to listen to, explore ideas and encourage radical thinking with a group of up to 75 local cultural and events professionals to help shape and form an action plan for recovery for arts & culture in Brighton & Hove.
They will have clear aims and objectives for each different meeting and will be ideas driven. They will facilitate meetings with up to 75 creative freelancers & project funded organisations in the city and National Portfolio Organisations based in Brighton & Hove.
Each strand will have a series of themed working groups (see below) that will meet up to three times in this period to contribute to the action plans. These groups are what the people in this role will facilitate.
Essential qualities and skills
The right person for this job will have:
proven facilitation experience with a wide range of tools to enable open and purposeful conversation arriving at consensual decision making
an understanding of what a strategic action plan for a city could look like
the ability to expertly navigate challenging situations and embrace difference of opinion
a strong belief in the power of collaboration
the experience of running inclusive meetings adapting content for different access needs
a desire for results and the ability to meet targets
a sense of humour
excellent communication skills
a belief in the relevance and importance of arts & culture as a driver for positive change in Brighton & Hove
ability to make things happen in a short timescale
a strong sense of care for themselves and others
COME WORK WITH US
Fee = £300 per day for 6 days (up to four people) / £1800 per person
Contract dates = August 24th – 9th October 2020
Applications close 9am on 14th August
Interviews to take place on 24th August
Initial meeting with facilitators will take place w/c 31st August.
Please attach up to 2 sides of A4 or submit a video no longer than 2 minutes outlining what skills and experience you bring to enable this project to be successful to this form. Please indicate your access needs in your covering letter.
We are open to job-share applications and encourage partnerships of two that might share the load of leading the conversations together. We are keen to encourage people from different backgrounds, ethnicities, abilities, genders, classes, sexualities to take part in the conversations. If you are wondering if this job is for you and would like to speak to someone before applying contact Louise Blackwell: firstname.lastname@example.org