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Choir Leader Required
Can you inspire people to try singing?
Chapter is a mental health charity supporting adults living in the West Cheshire area.
We are looking for someone to lead a small community singing group or choir, to help improve the choir’s mental health.
This work is kindly funded by the People’s Health Trust.
Some of our group may be avid singing fans, others may be quite shy! We are looking for someone to inspire them to ‘give it a go’ and show them what they can achieve when they work together.
We want the group to decide what type of music they might be interested in, and it would be great, but not crucial, to aim for a small performance at some point further down the line.
This role requires a DBS check.
Job role: To lead a small group of adults living with mental illness, helping them explore the benefits of singing. To be sensitive to the client group’s needs and use appropriate language. To be punctual and reliable. To adhere to our Code of Conduct.
Hours of work: 2 x 6 week sessions (delivering 12 sessions in total) between now and June 2019. Hours to be worked during daytime hours only. Sorry, we cannot support evening work hours.
Pay: £40 per hour
We expect the Choir Leader to be self-employed. Please contact us if you need to talk to us about this. Payment on production of invoice.
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Cheshire Centre for Independent Living
£10.50 per hour
12 hours per week
Would you like a job that offers flexibility, good pay and a great working environment?
We require a kind and caring individual to assist a man to access his community. This role will offer the right person to provide support in a variety of social and sporting activities. The hours are flexible, approx 12 hours per week to be negotiated at interview with the right person.
Please contact Cheshire Centre for Independent Living for an application pack.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01606 331853
CCIL Ref NE/01/LK