Pottery Tutors and Workshop Technicians, The Pottery Preston
- Closes 21st January 2019
- Type Part time
- Salary Paid (£30k-40k pro rata)
- Contact Louise Smith email@example.com
Needed, Ceramic Artists and Professional Potters to join ‘The Pottery’ Preston
We are inviting applications from Ceramic Artists and Professional Potters to join the ‘The Pottery’, a new ceramics facility in central Preston opening summer 2019.
Studio space, with 24-7 access to the facilities, will start at £240 per month for a 36sqft space.
There will be 8-10 free studio spaces available, in exchange for residents contributing to the public programs.
We welcome applications from recent graduates, with whom we will work to develop course content and from more established practitioners, the size of studio will be allocated according to experience, equivalent to an hourly rate of £15- 25 per hour.
Roles will be available teaching adult courses and young people, and running the community pottery. More information on roles, responsibilities and hours can be found here www.facebook.com/thepotterypreston
About The Pottery
You can find more information in managing director of The Pottery, Louise Smith, on her website http://www.louisesmith.work/
The Pottery will be run as a ‘Community Interest Company’, this is a legal structure which means that the company will trade for community benefit, reinvesting any profits into furthering its social purpose, which is to provide high-quality ceramics facilities for use by the people of Preston, with courses, membership and studios offered at an affordable rate.
How to apply
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short covering letter outlining which role(s) you are interested in and what, if any, experience you have relating to the role. Please include a link to your website or online portfolio and if required another link to evidence of teaching.
Deadline: 10am Monday 21st January
Informal interviews: Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th
Please indicate any times you are unable to attend an informal interview