FABRIC is looking for two freelance Centre for Advanced Training (CAT) Assistants to support our CAT programme in Birmingham.
Freelance – £100 a day
Deadline to apply: Wednesday 24 August, 12pm
Informal Interviews: Friday 2 September
Expected start date: Saturday 17 September
The CAT Assistants will be responsible for supporting CAT students’ pastoral welfare within their classes, ensuring students are fully engaged, maximising their learning and reaching their potential. You may also be required to acts as rehearsal director as well as acting as a point of contact between CAT students and CAT management; keeping the CAT manager updated on students’ progress and wellbeing in their sessions.
Funded by the Department for Education Music and Dance Scheme, the National Centre for Advanced Training programmes exist to help identify, and assist, young people (11-18 years) with exceptional potential, regardless of their personal circumstances, to benefit from world-class specialist training as part of a broad and balanced education.
If you have a passion for dance, experience working with young people, and exceptional relationship-building skills, with a genuine commitment to developing young talent from a variety of backgrounds, we’d love to hear from you!
How to apply
To apply, please submit a covering letter articulating how you meet the requirements and brief and why you are interested in this opportunity by Wednesday 24 August 2022, 12pm (noon)
- The cover letter must be max. 1 side of A4 or video/audio file (max. 3 mins)
- Please submit to email@example.com and include ‘CAT Assistant’ in the subject line of your email.