Jobs & Volunteers

At Hoxton Hall, we value your help in tapping East London’s diverse network. As you gain an inside view into youth arts, we cherish your hard work and creative insight that benefit the entire Hackney community.

If you’re keen on freelance opportunities in design, media, or technology , send us your CV! Also browse our current contract openings below.

Youth Arts Assistant-Summerfest 2014

End Date: 28/07/14

Salary: £volunteer

What is the purpose of this role?

To support the administration and delivery of 'Shakespeare Shook Up'  our Shakespeare themed dance, drama, art and music summer performance project for young people.

What will I be doing?

Greeting young people and taking registers, Assisting the Youth Arts tutors in the delivery of sessions.Working with the Production Team to ensure the smooth running of an open air performance in Shoreditch Park.

What skills/attributes do I need?

Energy; enthusiasm; versatility; friendliness; the ability to think on your feet be responsive to the needs of young people; An interest in the arts.

What is Hoxton Hall's  commitment to me?

We will reimburse your travel expenses up to £6 per shift.We offer full induction including a Health and Safety and Child Protection briefing.

What will I gain from volunteering?

A varied and hands on volunteering opportunity; the space to gain experience in the field of youth work/youth arts; a fun and rewarding way of working meaningfully with young people and the arts.

Why do Hoxton Hall need a volunteer in this role?

Volunteers help the tutors with practical, hands on and  administrative tasks and will also bring extra energy to the Youth Arts sessions.

If you want to find out more contact:

Lorna on 02076840060 or lorna@hoxtonhall.co.uk


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Youth Arts- Summer fest volunteer


Voluntary Oral Historian

End Date: 28/07/14

Salary: £volunteer

What is the purpose of this role?

To gather stories from local people for a project that links personal stories to locations in and around Hoxton.

What will I be doing?

-Interviewing people who have a connection to Hoxton and recording their stories to be archived for future generations to hear about the past.

-Transcribing interviews in order for there to be a written version of people’s testimonies (optional).

Who will I be volunteering with?

-A wide range of people, of all ages, who have lived, worked and played in and around Hoxton.

Who will I report to?

Hoxton Hall Education and Heritage Manager/Project Coordinator.

Where will I be volunteering?

Various location in east London.

When will I be volunteering?

Times and days are negotiable.

What skills/attributes do I need?

Enthusiasm; friendliness; the ability to speak to a wide range of people; a flexible approach to volunteering; an interest in local history and people’s stories.

What is your commitment to me?

We offer full induction and training in collecting Oral Histories.

What will I gain from volunteering?

A varied and hands on volunteering opportunity; the chance to meet a new people; a unique insight into the living history of east London.

Why do Hoxton Hall need a volunteer in this role?

There are far more interesting local stories than project staff have time to collect! The more people we have on board, the more we will learn about our locality.

If you want to find out more contact:

Lorna on 02076840060 or lorna@hoxtonhall.co.uk


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Oral historian volunteer


Youth Arts Homework Tutor

End Date: 28/07/14

Salary: £volunteer

What is the purpose of this role?

To provide drop-in homework support for young people

What will I be doing?

-Supporting young people to complete their homework

-Encouraging young people to feel more confident in their academic abilities

-Working with the staff team to make young people feel welcome and comfortable at the Rose Bowl

Who will I be volunteering with?

-Young People aged between 7 to 19

Who will I report to?

Rose Bowl Coordinator

Where will I be volunteering?

The Rosebowl Centre, Ramsey Walk, New River Green Estate, London N12PT

When will I volunteering?

1-3 afternoons per week (between 3.30-8pm) Times are negotiable

What skills/attributes do I need?

You should be a qualified tutor or teacher. We envisage the role would be suited to either a trainee or a retired school teacher. You must also come with energy; enthusiasm; versatility; friendliness; the ability to think on your feet be responsive to the needs of young people.

What is your commitment to me?

We will reimburse your travel expenses up to £6 per shift.

We offer full induction including a Health and Safety and Child Protection briefing.

What will I gain from volunteering?

A varied and hands on volunteering opportunity; the space to gain experience in the field of teaching/youth work; a fun and rewarding way of working meaningfully with young people and the arts; a valuable to way to contribute to the community of Islington.

Why do Hoxton Hall need a volunteer in this role?

Young people at the Rose Bowl often require homework support that they are unable to receive at home for a range of reasons. While our staff are trained in youth work and the arts, we require someone with additional qualifications to offer the academic guidance that our young people need.

For more information contact:

lorna@hoxtonhall.co.uk


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Home work tutor - Volunteer Role


Youth Arts Assistant-summer holiday project -The Rosebowl

End Date: 29/07/14

Salary: £volunteer

What is the purpose of this role?

To support the administration and delivery of our drama, art, music and sports summer programmes for young people.

What will I be doing?

-Contacting young people to give them information about sessions.

-Greeting young people and taking registers.

-Assisting the Youth Arts tutors in the delivery of sessions.

Who will I be volunteering with?

-Young People aged between 8 to 14 or 14-19

(which group you volunteer with can be decided at interview)

Who will I report to?

Rose Bowl Coordinator/Youth Arts Tutors

Where will I be volunteering?

The Rosebowl Centre, Ramsey Walk, New River Green Estate, London N12PT

When will I volunteering?

Two days per week (10am-3pm) between July 28th and August 22nd 2014

What skills/attributes do I need?

Energy; enthusiasm; versatility; friendliness; the ability to think on your feet be responsive to the needs of young people; An interest in the arts or sport

What is your commitment to me?

We will reimburse your travel expenses up to £6 per shift.

We offer full induction including a Health and Safety and Child Protection briefing.

What will I gain from volunteering?

A varied and hands on volunteering opportunity; the space to gain experience in the field of youth work/youth arts; a fun and rewarding way of working meaningfully with young people and the arts.

Why do Hoxton Hall need a volunteer in this role?

Volunteers help the tutors with administrative tasks and will also bring extra energy to the Youth Arts sessions.

If you want to find out more contact:

Lorna on 02076840060 or lorna@hoxtonhall.co.uk

 

 


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