Friday, 5 February 2010

[creative-radio] Vacancy in Community Radio, Youth Involvement Officer, Preston FM, UK

> Community Radio Youth Involvement Officer
> Up to £22,000 + 5% pension contribution
> Full time, 37.5 hours per week
> Contract to 31 Mar 2011, with potential for extension subject to
> future funding
> With 21 years' experience in delivering innovative and effective
> community based arts and media projects, Preston Community Arts
> Project (Prescap) operates a highly successful full-time Community
> Radio project in Preston. The radio station reflects all of Preston's
> many communities, and gives everybody the chance to get their voice
> heard, and their message across.
> A vacancy has arisen for a Youth Involvement Officer to work within
> our community radio team, to lead the recruitment, training, induction
> and support of young volunteers, working with them to create broadcast
> material and facilitating young people's involvement in all aspects of
> the wider community radio project.
> You'll be experienced in and committed to engaging and working with
> young people, as well as excited about the opportunities community
> radio can offer them. Your focus will be to ensure the benefits of
> volunteering with community radio are available to all young people in
> Preston.
> Benefits include flexible working arrangements, 30 days annual leave
> and 5% pension contribution.
> Closing date for applications: 12pm, Monday 22nd February
> Post subject to enhanced CRB check.
> More information is available from <>
> Richard Lace
> Community Radio Project Manager
> Preston Community Arts Project
> 2nd Floor
> Buckingham House
> Glovers Court
> Preston
> PR1 3LS
> T: 01772 880791
> E: <>
> W: <>
> Prescap provides a platform and catalyst enabling people to explore,
> realise and value their full potential through creativity.
> Prescap Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales (no 2217850).
> Registered charity no 1046936. Registered office 5A Walton's Parade,
> Preston, PR1 8QT.


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