Drama Assistant Volunteer

Drama Assistant Volunteer

Project role (Temporary) · 3–4 hrs/Week · For around 3 months
GL1 1DG, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
CreativePhotography & filmAssistance
Community & familyWellbeingPeople with disabilities
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Inclusion Gloucestershire
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Summary

We are looking for a Drama Assistant to help to facilitate the running of our Gloucester Drama Group. Induction: July, for a minimum period up to 10th December.

Detailed description

Our weekly group provides opportunities for individuals who face disabling barriers to produce issue-based plays and films on topics that are important to them.

 


Do you have an interest in drama and film making?

 

Are you passionate about supporting others to self-advocate?

 

We are looking for a committed, caring and proactive individual, with a genuine interest in working with people with a range of needs. This includes learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and people with lived experience of mental ill health.

 

You would be joining our Coordinator and Expert by Experience, to facilitate the running of the Gloucester Drama Group, and support in making our productions.

 

The aim of this project is that participants learn new skills, experience increased wellbeing and confidence, and have their voice heard on a range of issue-based topics.

 

The Drama group is a weekly Tuesday group and we are looking for someone between 12.30pm – 3.30pm.

 

Our Drama group will be closed throughout August however, and restart on Tuesday 10th Sept. 

 

We are looking for someone to:

 

* Participate and support individuals to participate in group games and activities.

* Facilitate small group discussions.

* Take notes to capture discussions and ideas when required.

* Support during filming and performances with practical and creative tasks such as sound

recording, line prompting, or prop-making.

* Offer constructive input into debrief sessions.

* Support with set up and clear of session equipment, such as chairs, drinks, table,

whiteboard etc.

* Build a rapport with others and support them to feel comfortable.

* Be aware and act on any safeguarding concerns (following initial training.)

 

What benefits can I expect:

 

Being part of: a caring and professional user-led organisation who work together towards shared goals and are driven by the social model of disability.

 

Making a positive impact: by working with others to express themselves through drama

and film.

 

Opportunities to: develop and gain new skills, friendships and attend events or meetings with our organisation.

 

Access to: training opportunities.

 

Expenses will be reimbursed: in line with organisation policy.

 

Establishing professional working relationships: with colleagues, volunteers and stakeholders of Inclusion Gloucestershire.

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What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support

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About Inclusion Gloucestershire

Inclusion Gloucestershire is a disabled people’s organisation that exists to facilitate inclusion for people who face disabling barriers, every day and in every way. We recognise, that no two people will be affected by disabling barriers in the same way.

Our Vision is to help people achieve an inclusive society that values, respects and includes disabled people everyday and in every way.

Our Model:
We are user-led and our model places ‘experts by experience’ at the centre of what we do.
They are people who have experience of living with a disability or mental ill health and who know what works for them and what doesn’t.
Every project we work on involves our experts by experience, who are fully supported in what they do.
Being user-led means that the majority of our Board, which makes the important decisions about how we are run, have lived experience of disability. The majority of our staff team are also disabled, so have valuable insight into life with a disability.