2015 was a big year for Jukebox Collective – a year of great things, a year of learning – a year of starting the journey of reaching our full potential, a year of change and exciting times ahead.
In 2016, we are growing our collective to reflect our hopes for the future and if you’re reading this blog post, you might be one of the team members we’re looking for. If you don’t know much about Jukebox, then let me break it down…
Jukebox Collective is a creative company focused on the delivery of the highest quality street dance education, performance and consultancy. Founded by me, Liara Barussi, Jukebox is recognised as a leading company for street dance in the UK, through the following three strands, Theatre, Creative Services and Participation. Jukebox has a particular emphasis on the training and professional development of young people. It is entrepreneurial in its approach to working in the creative, community and commercial sectors. Founded on the principle of excellence in street dance being a right for all, our mission is to inspire, create and educate through street dance and hip hop culture.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing various positions to join our organisation. We want to nurture a team full of enthusiastic individuals who have their finger on the pulse, are passionate about dance, the arts and young people.
The first positions we’re recruiting for to help secure our future are freelance fundraisers.
Jukebox Collective is seeking a freelance fundraiser/s to support the Creative Director in developing and driving forward the organisation’s fundraising plan in order to achieve key financial targets. At present, we’re looking for people who have experience of applying for a variety of funding and you’ll be available to complete this project during February/March 2106.
The fundraiser/s will have extensive knowledge of applying to trusts and foundations, as well as experience pursuing other sources of funding. This freelance role will suit a fundraiser with excellent written and communication skills and a keen interest and passion for the arts and young people. We're looking for a person/people with plenty of ideas.
This is a freelance role/s.
How to Apply
Please send a CV, including 2 referees, and a brief cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your cover letter, please outline why you would like to work with Jukebox Collective, detailing how your skills address the key requirements of the post. Further discussions can be had with regards to day rates/how many days will be needed in order to apply and secure funding over the coming months.
Deadline for applications: Friday 13 February, noon.
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