VACANCIES AT HOME SLOUGH

Community Activator, HOME Slough

Closing Date: 10am, 3rd April 2019
Interview date: 11th April
Fixed term contract: £23-25,000 pro rata plus 5% p.a. pension contributions
Hours: 2.5 days (17.5 hours) a week on a fixed term contract until December 2021. The post will involve working on some evenings, weekends and bank holidays

HOME Slough is seeking an individual who is passionate about building strong communities, and who shares our vision of seeing more people in Slough enjoying and leading fantastic arts experiences across the town. We are looking for someone able to build trust across the multi-cultural communities in Slough, building on our past activity to create a meaningful, dynamic, community network for the project.

This role is crucial to the success of the HOME Slough project as residents are at the heart of our work as influencers, decision makers, audiences and participants. You will need experience of working with volunteers, understanding best practice and how to build and sustain a strong network.

To apply please return a completed application form and completed Equal Opportunities form to Marina@homeslough.org.uk by 10am, 3rd April 2019. Interviews to take place on the 11th April, 2019.

Job Description 
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
Application form


Operations Manager, HOME Slough

Closing Date: 10am, 3rd April 2019
Interview date: 10th April
Fixed term contract: £26-28,000 per annum plus 5% p.a. pension contributions,
Hours: Full time role, 35 hours a week until December 2021 on a fixed term contract. The post will involve working on some evenings, weekends and bank holidays

HOME Slough is seeking an individual who shares our vision of seeing more people in Slough enjoying and leading fantastic arts experiences across the town. We are looking for someone with excellent planning skills, a multi-tasker with experience of managing the operations of large, complex projects.

This role is essential in the successful delivery of the HOME Slough project, the post-holder will work with all members of the team and take an externally facing role when managing our pop-up creative space onthe High Street in Slough.

To apply please return a completed application form and completed Equal Opportunities form to Marina@homeslough.org.uk by 10am, 3rd April 2019. Interviews to take place on the 10th April, 2019.

Job Description
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
Application form

Freelance Graphic Designer, HOME Slough

We have a new opportunity for a graphic designer to work with us on a freelance basis.

HOME Slough’s mission is to increase opportunities and awareness of all the arts in Slough, offering ways for everyone to fulfil their artistic potential.

We have an opportunity for a freelance graphic designer to create print ready artwork for our projects with an eye for design and visual composition, and attention to detail. We are looking for someone with good working knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop and experience of working with creative companies.

You will be supporting us in increasing the number of people participating in arts and culture, building the foundations for Slough’s creative future.

Please e-mail your CV and a link to examples of your work to lallen@sloughcvs.org.uk

 

ARTIST & COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES

TOWN CENTRE COMMISSION – ARTIST CALL OUT

HOME Slough: Street Art Commission to design and create an original public street art mural in Slough and deliver street arts workshops, in collaboration with the local community.

Slough is one of the fastest changing boroughs in the country. It has big plans for its town centre redevelopment, with Crossrail and a new airport runway opening in the future. However, Slough’s young, diverse and vibrant population with its creativity is the town’s true asset. This Street Art Project should reflect this through moments of artistic brilliance and ability to transform the space.

The Project aims:

• To create an excellent artwork reflecting a positive image of Slough as the home of an eclectic, open and resourceful community.

• Open up opportunities for Slough’s new street artists

• transform the town centre’s unused spaces, such as hoardings and walls, bringing the image of change, openness and positivity

If you are an interested artist – please look at our artist brief and submit your application by Friday 12th April by emailing the HOME Slough Programme Manager at milan@homeslough.org.uk

Town Centre Commission 2019

 

CALL OUT FOR ARTISTS AND MAKERS FOR FAMILY WORKSHOPS

Over the next year there will be opportunities for artists to run family workshops at HOME on the High Street.  We are interested in hearing from professional artists with different skills from paper-cutting to lantern making to knitting who will enjoy devising and leading workshops for families in Slough.

We are based in the heart of this multi-cultural town, and looking for workshops that bring families together, they could be responsive to the ideas of home or high streets (or re-imagining high streets), or more generic.

We will keep the information of all those we hear from and get in touch if and when we have an available opportunity.  Artists will need to have an enhanced DBS check in place to apply.

If you are interested please e-mail your CV to info@homeslough.org.uk and the types of workshops you would be interested in offering, including your daily rates/fees for the workshops proposed.

 

CALLING ALL CREATIVE COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS AND SLOUGH BASED ARTISTS

HOME Slough, thanks to support from Slough Borough Council, has a HOME on the High Street. We have a temporary space on the High Street that we want to share with local amateur and professional artists and creative community groups in Slough.

If you are interested in accessing the space we would love to hear from you.  We are particularly keen to hear from organisations who offer creative activities that bring families together and groups that reflect the cultural diversity of Slough.

Please download a proposal form and terms & conditions, complete and send to Amanda@SloughCVS.org.uk

Let’s make a creative HOME on the High Street.

HOME on the High Street – brief (1) (1)
HOME on the High Street – booking proposal form (1)
HOME on the High Street community booking – Terms and Conditions – PDF

 

SLOUGH ARTS FORUM

Every two months we hold an Slough Arts Forum to hear about what the artistic community in Slough have been doing or are planning to do.

Get together, catch up & join in with creative-minded Slough based people!

Visit our What’s On page to find our next event.