The Buzz Project
Charity registered in Scotland SC043565
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Aims & objectivesWe aim to enable 14-25 year olds in the Highlands of Scotland to identify and fulfil their potential. We provide local enjoyable social and learning activities on a refurbished bus with a music studio and teaching/social area and we work in six remote communities. We provide opportunities for young people to develop their music skills either as a therapeutic activity or as a way of earning an income, opportunities to learn from professionals in the music industry, opportunities to stage their own events from design through to evaluation, and opportunities to overcome barriers to their development and so move forward into a positive and productive future. Our activities include informal sessions on the bus, formal courses, events, specialist workshops, shadowing opportunities, one-to-one music work, counselling, life planning workshops and one-to-one support on issues including accessing college courses and applying for a job.
- Job number
- Fort William
- Time of attendance
- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
- No of references
- Hours (per week)
- Times to be negotiated
- Salary (£/hr)
- £6.15 - £8.21 depending on age
The Buzz Project is a charity which enables people aged 14-25 who are socially and emotionally isolated in the Highlands to identify and fulfil their potential. We run music and multi-media activities, provide personal development support and workshops, and access to professionals in the music and multi-media industries.
Job Title General Assistant
Accountable to Senior Youth Worker
Salary level £ per hour
Hours 25 hours per week - Wednesday 10.00-4.00, Thursday 10.00-4.00, Friday 11.00-6.00 and Saturday 10.00-4.00 for a period of one year. Times can be changed by negotiation to meet programme needs and may include the occasional evening.
Location Studio Two - music and arts space and coffee shop, Fort William High Street
To assist with the smooth running of Studio Two - a music and arts space and coffee shop.
1. To help with the administration of membership.
2. To develop and maintain a rota for volunteers helping at the studio.
3. To assist with the running of events including setting up the studio, administration and hospitality for visiting professionals.
4. To maintain stock control of refreshments.
5. To serve refreshments to members.
6. To deal with donations as they come in.
7. To assist with the preparation and distribution of publicity materials for events.
8. To keep the venue safe, clean and tidy.
9. To attend relevant training sessions.
This position involves working with young people and vulnerable adults and the person taking up the role will have to be or become a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups scheme.
No specific qualifications are required
Basic maths and english skills
A commitment to providing a quality service
An ability to relate well to other people
A sense of humour
Additional informationTraining can be provided on a range of topics including customer care, food hygiene, first aid, financial management as well as technical topics including PA and lighting events.
Required - can start subject to a successful Disclosure/PVG scheme membership