Monday, 24 November 2014

Career Advice Session - Bristol Museum Volunteers, at M Shed


Careers Advice Sessions
M Shed
1st Dec
9.30am + 2.00pm

We are running our popular careers advice sessions again in association with the National Careers Service. The National Careers Service provides free information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice, supported by qualified careers advisers. The only slots left are 9.30am and 2.00pm and will be given on a first come first served basis. See attachment for more information.

We can help you with:
  • Developing a CV
  • Job hunting tips
  • Application forms
  • Labour market information
  • Interview skills
The service will enable you to:
  • Undertake an assessment to identify your strengths and skills
  • Develop action plans to help you reach your goals
  • Receive ongoing help via our face to face, telephone and website channels
  • Search for a suitable course online
  • Choose what you want to learn and where you can study
  • Help to find funding for your course if you are eligible

If you are interested please contact us via

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Advertising/Social Media Co-Ordinator (Voluntary) Arts2Life UK


The demanding yet rewarding role includes the following duties:

• Manage and maintain the Arts2Life UK Ltd website, Twitter account and Facebook Page.
• Creating Press Releases
• Liaising with other companies regarding sponsorship/advertising.
• Using social media to promote Arts2Life UK Ltd activities and events.
• Creating effective advertising strategies/plans.
• Working with the Recruitment Co-Ordinator, advertise vacancies/volunteering opportunities as required.
• Create and maintain a list of clients
• Work with the Events Co-Ordinator/Department Co-Ordinator to advertise events.

Benefits include: Working with some of Bristol's best hidden talents. Access to Music, Drama and Art events across Bristol. 

Support includes: review meetings, 1-2-1 support and training opportunities. As we are linked with VOSCUR and Volunteering Bristol, we also have access to lots of information and workshop events.

Applications should be made via Email ( with an expression of interest and CV included. You will then be sent an application form and full job description.


Open Call for a Map Maker - suitable for Illustrators or Designers

Photo: This is an invitation to ALL residents of the Bishopston community to make a window display in the front of their home to be seen from the street. This could be anything from a simple candle in the window, a cut out silhouette to a front room disco – anything goes! These windows will form a trail of the area for one night only and the event is totally free.

Why not collaborate with a neighbour, or maybe you would like to lend your window out for the evening to an Artist or a friend? All ideas are welcome.

To get your home on the map or for more information contact Lucy at and please share this around to your friends.

We have lots of ideas for you to look at on the ‘Display Ideas’ page of our website

When is the trail?  Saturday 7th February 2015   5pm-8pm 

We look forward to hearing from you all before Christmas takes over!

Map maker needed to a  for new community event, Window Wanderland

If interested please email:

Early Years Class Leader - Music Go Round

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Part Time
Pay: £23 per hour
Deadline: 30th November
Music Go Round is a dynamic provider of lively and inspiring music, movement and singing classes to early years settings; currently operating in Birmingham, Leicester, Northampton, Milton Keynes and Bristol.
We are currently looking for an energetic and fun loving class leader to join our growing team.  You will have lots of energy, a passion for music with a great singing voice, and love to work with young children. You don’t need to have done this role before: full training, props and equipment, lesson plans, and regular on-going support are all provided.  What we do need is a passion for delivering the best sessions that you can with enthusiasm and lots and lots of energy!
Class leaders earn £23 per hour operating on a self-employed, sub-contract basis. The work is part-time, with hours to fit around other self-employed work. Class leaders typically work 2-3 mornings a week, for 2 hours per morning. NB because of this, this role would only suit class leaders living within a 15 mile radius of Bath/Bristol.  If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!
Please apply via the online application form link from the class leader advert on the website.
Becca Geddes T: 01604 891675  E:     W:

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Events Co-ordinator (Voluntary) Arts2Life UK




Contact: or call 07741797942

Arts2Life UK is seeking to recruit a Events Co-ordinator to manage all of its live events.
This demanding role requires someone who is creative and organised and works to a very high standard.

Arts2Life UK is an agency which works with Bristol based artists to allow their creativity to flourish. By acting as an agent for all of Bristols arts, we can support them by finding venues, creating events and offering publicity/promotion of their work.

Those who are considering applying for the role should take note of the following:

Events Co-Ordinator:
-Plan and co-ordinate events to the highest standards
-Work with the Arts2Life management team to develop events and public relations.
-Co-ordinate an events team
-Contact outside contractors as and when appropriate
-Work with the finance department to ensure events are budgeted correctly and on budget.
-Work to promote Arts2Life UK in all aspects of the role.
-Contact venues and make bookings for events

Applications should be made by email with a CV included. A full role description is available and will be sent to anyone who applies.


Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Art Cataloguer - Sulis Fine Art

Sulis Fine Art Company Logo

 Sulis Fine Art are looking for a full-time Cataloguer to joint the team at their fast growing online art gallery based in Bradford-on-Avon. Pay £18k rising to £20-22k. The main responsibility will be the describing and cataloguing of artwork for inclusion on the website. Other responsibilities will include general office work such as customer service and order processing, There may also be the opportunity for article writing and involvement with other areas of the business. Proven interest in fine art essential. 

For more information about the role and to apply go here.