Jobs

Westburn CAN Coordinator

WHALE Arts

Deadline: 03 April 2017 at 13:00

We are seeking an experienced and dynamic Project Coordinator to take forward the delivery of Westburn Climate Action Network (Westburn CAN).
Westburn CAN is an innovative community-led partnership project that will reduce carbon through a range of distinct but integrated interventions including an Environmental Arts and Culture Programme, Horticulture Hub, and Community Food initiatives.
The CAN Coordinator will engage and work with local people in Westburn, Wester Hailes, to explore a community-led creative response to environmental issues and climate change. In doing so, the project will establish ‘the WHALE’ as a hub of creative, networked, community-led activity to address climate change.
Westburn CAN is funded by the Climate Challenge Fund.

About WHALE Arts
Since being set up by local people in 1992 WHALE Arts has firmly established itself as the cultural anchor organisation for Wester Hailes. As a community-led arts charity and social enterprise, WHALE Arts’ mission is to be the creative heart of a vibrant, thriving community.
WHALE acts as a conduit between our community and creative opportunities through the direct delivery of projects, programmes and events and by connecting our community with city and national cultural partners.
We are based in the purpose built WHALE Arts Centre – ‘The WHALE’ – a unique community asset that provides a range of high quality creative spaces for our community.
‘The WHALE’ operates as a social enterprise allowing us to generate income that supports our charitable work. Our social enterprises include the WHALE Pod creative business incubator, craft markets, office, training and conference facilities.

INTERVIEWS WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY 11TH APRIL

Full recruitment details are available from the WHALE Arts website.

Location: Edinburgh City

For further information, please contact info@whalearts.co.uk (Allan Farmer), or call 01314583267, or visit http://www.whalearts.co.uk

The deadline is Monday 03 April 2017 at 13:00.


TAGGED:
Audience Development / Crafts / Education / Equalities / Visual Arts / Young People (aged 0 to 25)