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Environmental Emergencies Action Researcher, Creative Technology

Position: Environmental Emergencies Action Researcher

Department: Creative Technology, Research

Rate of Pay: £36,000

Responsible to: Executive Producer, Pervasive Media Studio

Contract: 18 months full time (we are open to negotation about working hours)

Purpose of Job:

Watershed is looking for someone with excellent organising and empowerment skills, to implement an ambitious programme of work about how creative companies face climate emergency. You may be a researcher or producer, but you will understand how to design and deliver a programme that will apply industry and university research in a real-world context.

How to Apply for this Position:

If you are interested in applying for this position you will find the job description, letter and the extra information below, read these and then complete the online equal opportunities monitoring form and the online application form. Please note we do not accept CVs.

Alternative formats:
You can download a version in Word here: http://wshd.to/word which should be emailed to hr@watershed.co.uk.

Watershed will work with candidates to ensure their access needs are met during the interview process and will ensure access requirements do not factor in decision making.

In order to broaden the field of candidates, the Watershed team will aim to meet all candidates who meet the basic criteria for a short online interview during the week of 19 Oct 2020. We will then hold second interviews during the week of 2 Nov 2020. We will aim to hold these interviews in person at Watershed and will send you the list of questions in advance.

Before you apply:

Our current Creative Technology team is majority white, cisgender and non-disabled. We believe our work will be stronger with greater diversity and welcome applications from those who bring difference. Watershed welcomes the whole person to work, and we understand that each of us bring our experiences, our backgrounds and our own unique lens to what we do. Supporting our staff means they are not appointed to represent specific groups or organisation.

You may not have worked in a cultural organisation before, or in an organisation like Watershed. Perhaps you have worked in music, fashion, design or in technology - these are all very transferable contexts. If you are from a background that is underrepresented in the culture sector (for example you are from a community of colour, did not go to University or had free school meals as a child), and you would like support to articulate how your experience is transferable to this role, you can book time with one of our Producing team (we will ensure the person you meet is not involved in the recruitment process). They would be pleased to help you think this through. Please request this by emailing Fern Dunn at fern.d@watershed.co.uk (we will not ask you to disclose your background).

Closing Date: Thursday, 15 October 2020 - 17:00