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We are currently recruiting for the position of Project Officer on the EastSide Learning team.

The Project Officer will coordinate existing activity, and identify opportunities for developing new activity for children and families, through collaborative working with key partners co-ordination and support within the EastSide Learning team; contributing to the planning, development and delivery of programmes to increase school/community links, raise aspirations, and improve outcomes for children and families.

We are delighted, through the Start Programme, to be able to offer one person the opportunity to join our team as Production & Admin Assistant for EastSide Arts.

The role offers the chance to work across the arts and regeneration in east Belfast and to develop skills in festival production, community engagement, fundraising and event/project management over a 3 year period.
 
To find out more about the role and how to apply please download the application pack the Recruitment section of the website

We are currently recruiting for the position of EastSide Greenways Manager.
 

EastSide Partnership’s Tourism Development Manager and Assistant Chief Executive, Chris Armstrong, was recently selected for AMBIT 2022, an intensive two-week leadership programme in the USA funded through the International Fund for Ireland in partnership with the Washington Ireland Programme.

*EastSide Learning Education Project Officers recruitment*

Are you passionate about improving educational outcomes for children in east Belfast? We are currently recruiting two Education Project Officers for EastSide Learning. 

For more detailed information please visit: www.eastsidepartnership.com/recruitment

Applications to be received by Monday 25th April at 12pm. 
 Thank you to everyone who was able to join us to celebrate our 25th anniversary at C.S. Lewis Square on Wednesday 23rd March and what an honour to be able to showcase wonderful east Belfast on a sunny day to our special visitors the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
 
Join us as we celebrate our 25th anniversary at C.S. Lewis Square on Wednesday 23rd March, 10.30am – 12.30pm.
 
There will be a range of creative, environmental, arts, heritage, wellbeing and learning activities on offer, which showcase the range of work we are involved in, for all to enjoy including:
 
  • Music from the EastSide Choir and EastSide Open Mic Night musicians
  • Mr Tumnus and the White Witch
  • Archery
  • Cycling activity
  • Arts and crafts workshop including badge making & bird box making
The annual EastSide Learning Reading Fair will take place on Friday 11th March at the Skainos Centre.
 
Come along and join in on a day full of fun activities and learning. Some of the activities this year will include:
- The giving library - come and pick up a free book of your choice
- Help with phonics and literacy activities
- Storytelling
- Story-themed arts and crafts workshops

EastSide Arts as part of their year-long ‘People Make The East’ project, has announced Fifes & Fusion, a unique musical event which will take place at The MAC, Saturday 26th March, 2022. 

Fifes & Fusion is a unique collaboration between the Gertrude Star Flute Band, their newly formed Women’s Choir and some of Northern Ireland’s finest contemporary musicians, resulting in a host of brand new music and lyrics.


'Prophets, Makers and Risk Takers: A Showcase of Writing from Northern Ireland' is a 2-day festival that brings leading writers in Northern Ireland together, in person and online, to share their ideas and skills with emerging writers, and to promote the best of Northern Irish writing across the world.
 

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