Beat Carnival – School Development Worker – closing 5 July

Beat Carnival School Development Worker will be responsible for delivering the activity and outcomes of the organisation’s Good Relations Project, ‘Our Home Stories’ funded by The Executive Office.

The post holder will work with the Beat Carnival team, project participants and partner organisations to deliver on the priorities of Together: Building a United Community.

The Beat Carnival School Development Worker will connect youth in culturally diverse areas to unite participant’s individual ‘single’ stories and present collective ‘Home Stories’ in the form of street art and a graphic diary.

To apply

Send an up to date CV and covering letter detailing how you meet the person specification with reference to the job purpose and project description. The covering letter should be no more than 2 A4 pages. Please email this, along with a completed monitoring form to info@beatcarnival.com by 12noon Monday 5th July. Interviews will take place on Thursday 8th July.

See more information at the links below

Carnival School Development Worker (pdf)

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Beat Carnival (docx)

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