Artform Tutors /Artform Assistants

North Lanarkshire Council
£17,199 - £20,874 per year
09 Sep 2016
26 Sep 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Advert


Is recruiting

Artform Tutors in music

Artform Assistants in film making/moving image/animation


Casual Artform Tutor, CNL06, £10.59 – £11.46 per hour

Casual Artform Assistants, CNL04, £9.45 £10.06 per hour

CultureNL Ltd is a charitable organisation that delivers arts and entertainment services, libraries, museums, community facilities and play services on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council.

We are looking to recruit Artform Tutors to add to our pool of casual arts workers in music, (drums, guitar/ukulele, keyboard, and singing) ideally with the ability to teach more than one instrument, and Artform Assistants in film making/moving image/animation.

If you are trained and skilled in any of the above instruments/artforms and:

  • Experienced, creative and enthusiastic about arts in the community;
  • Well organised, flexible and give attention to detail;
  • A good communicator with good interpersonal skills;
  • Able to lead, work alone or as part of a team;
  • Be able to travel around the North Lanarkshire area (and ideally hold a current driving license valid for driving in the UK).

We would like to hear from you.

These posts are regulated work with children and vulnerable adults under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. If you are successful in being added to our casual register you will be required to join the PVG scheme or undergo a PVG scheme update check. An offer of you being offered casual work by CultureNL Ltd will be subject to the outcome of this check being satisfactory.

For further information and to complete an application form, please go to Please note that the above posts are apply on-line only. The closing date for all applications is Friday 23 September 2016.


See also:
Job Application Guidance Note for Applicants Updated Feb 2015.docx
recruitment_and_selection_fact_sheet_proving_your_right_to_work_in_the_UK updated Feb 2015.doc