Creative Youth is recruiting for our new Kingston Music Heritage Project!

Creative Youth is recruiting for 3 new roles as part of our Kingston RPM: Records, People, Music project. This is a huge opportunity for anyone interested in the music heritage of Kingston and keen to work within an exciting organisation working close with creative individuals in a fast paced and dynamic environment. Creative Youth organises various and diverse events throughout the year and the International Youth Arts Festival Kingston which will take place from 8th-17th July 2016.

Heritage Lead (Deadline: Thursday, 9th March, 5pm)
Kingston Music Heritage Project – Heritage Lead Job Description Final

Heritage Researcher & Facilitator (Deadline: Thursday, 9th March, 5pm)
Kingston Music Heritage Project – Heritage Researcher and Facilitator Job Description Final

Heritage Project Management Trainee (Deadline: Thursday, 9th March, 5pm)
Kingston Music Heritage Project – Project Management Trainee Job Description Final

Project overview:

  • Exploring and recording Kingston’s rich and varied music heritage, allowing it to be identified, recorded and accessed in a range of interactive, sustainable ways.
  • Three unifying themes have been identified and will be explored, these are; the record industry, musicians/venues and the American Army’s influence.

Please provide a CV and short proposal (800 words) for how you would approach a project such as this, outlining how your relevant experience will effectively support this delivery.

Applications should be sent to Molly Freeman (Creative Youth Project Manager) at molly@creativeyouthcharity.org