We are looking for a Creative Learning Coordinator to join our team!  This is a full-time role for a 12 month period.

 Working closely with our Creative Learning Manager, you will develop and facilitate a fun, engaging and inspiring range of reading, writing, craft, art and storytelling activities for children and young people. These programmes will have literacy and creativity at the centre, and will support children’s communication skills, confidence, and willingness to learn. You will liaise with a variety of organisations, including foster care services and other family/early childhood settings, to understand and meet the needs of the most marginalised communities and help improve educational outcomes.  

 Hours/FTE: 5 days per week (Tuesday – Saturday).  This role is full time (40 hours per week).  

You will receive 25 days of annual leave plus all UK Bank Holidays pro rata.  

Based:  Mostly in Rotherham 

Contract: Fixed Term 12 months 

Salary starts at £25,027.20 to £29,013.38 per annum depending on experience 

Closing Date for Applications: Midday on Friday 24th May 2024. 

Please submit your CV, a covering letter and an EDI monitoring form (EDI Monitoring Form) to

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Grimm & Co are excited to be recruiting for new trustees to govern the charity and encourage fundraising, to support Grimm & Co to continue and improve the delivery of the charity’s mission – Changing Lives One Story at a Time.  We welcome any skills, knowledge and lived experiences in fundraising, arts and culture, arts-based learning, retail, catering, events and hospitality, equality, diversity and inclusion and those who have a passion for Grimm & Co and what we do. 

Grimm & Co is committed to growing the charity’s diversity and welcomes applications from people of all cultures, ethnicities, disabilities and gender preferences. Grimm & Co will always work towards celebrating diversity in all its forms through our values and our actions, but this is a constant journey, something that we are always learning from. We strongly believe in the power of inclusivity to help us all move forward in serving our whole community.  If you feel we can improve the way we are communicating these roles, please do let us know, as we welcome feedback that will support us to improve and diversify our workforce. 

 If you would like to apply to become a trustee for Grimm & Co, please send a cover letter letting us know why you are interested in the role, your CV including contact details for two referees and your completed EDI Monitoring Form to 

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If you have any spare time on your hands, why not have a look at our volunteering opportunities? Volunteers are our lifeblood here at Grimm & Co and we support a huge range of volunteering roles.  Find out more here:  Volunteering – Grimm & Co

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