Performing Medicine is looking to recruit a Creative Health Facilitator to help scope, plan, design and deliver our courses, applying Performing Medicine’s artistic principles, approach and methods to education and professional development of healthcare professionals and medical students.
Our workshops and courses are practical and interactive, providing a space where participants explore techniques and exercises to practise skills which are applicable to clinical practice. The key skills we focus on are self-care, non-verbal communication, verbal communication, spatial awareness, teamwork, leadership, and appreciation of difference and diversity. You will work with the wider team to create and deliver training provision in such areas for professional practitioners from arts and healthcare backgrounds. You will be teaching healthcare professionals, students and others. Some of our courses are one-offs and some are delivered regularly across the year for our partner organisations.
We’re looking for someone to co-design and deliver excellent, arts-based training and development opportunities for people working in health and social care settings, ensuring that all services are developed and delivered in line with the values, vision and objectives of the company.
This is an exciting role for a versatile artist/ facilitator and teacher who is interested in uniting the worlds of arts and health.
Read the full recruitment pack here.
Please complete our short application form which will ask you for your contact information, a short personal statement detailing your suitability for the role, the contact details for two referees and to upload your CV. You will also be asked to complete our Equal Opportunities monitoring form.
Please let us know if you require any additional support or would like to apply in an alternative format, e.g. by video.
Application deadline: 11.59pm Sunday, 18 September 2022
Interviews: First interviews on Tuesday, 20 September 2022 (tbc)
Second interviews on Wednesday, 5 October 2022 (tbc)
If you would like to have a confidential conversation about the role, please contact our Executive Producer, Catherine Peters, at firstname.lastname@example.org who can arrange an information phone call.
Clod Ensemble actively encourages applications from a wide range of people, especially those who may have experienced barriers to employment. We can support career development and offer coaching or mentoring for successful applicants who demonstrate suitability, but who feel they may need more support.
Lived and volunteer experience is acceptable for essential / desired experience if you can demonstrate how the skills you have developed are transferable.