We are looking for an Arts Activities Officer to join our team

The role of the Arts Activities Officer is to support ARTS@STH (the Trust’s Arts in Health programme) which works to improve the health care environment for patients, visitors and staff through the use of all forms of visual and performing arts.

The post holder will need to;

  • Plan, deliver and expand arts activity workshop provision
  • Support a team of volunteers to deliver arts activity in the Trust
  • Assist the Arts Coordinators on occasion

About Us

The Arts in Health team within the Trust work to improve the health care environment for patients, visitors and staff through the use of all forms of visual and performing arts.     You will be working for an organisation which values and respects all of its staff and the community it serves. The Trust is a leader in the NHS and research sectors and provides excellent benefits for its staff. This includes commitments to professional development but also many policies to support employees in balancing their personal and professional lives.

Who we are looking for

The service is dynamic and innovative and recently won the national Building Better Healthcare Patients’ Choice Award.  The team is part of our wider voluntary services, where volunteers help to improve experience of patients at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.

What you can expect from Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

You need to be a passionate, dynamic, highly motivated and a great team player.  We are looking for someone with excellent organisational skills and experience of delivering art workshops. The post holder will be a good communicator with the ability to build working relationships both internally and externally.  Recent experience of supporting/working alongside volunteers is desirable.

We are looking for an exceptional individual to lead on the development and delivery of patient focused art activities across the Trust. This is an exciting opportunity to design and develop a ward based programme of arts activities, with support from volunteers.

Deadline 19th December 2019.  To apply follow instructions in this link.