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Facilitator, Our Bodies Our Minds (Northern California)

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Art With Impact
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San Francisco, CA
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Publicado há 21 dias
■ Who We Are


Art With Impact is a nonprofit that promotes mental wellness by creating space for young people to learn and connect through art and media. We serve students by partnering with colleges and universities to offer arts-based workshops that are designed to raise awareness about mental health, increase empathy in campus communities, and reduce the stigma around reaching out for support.


Our Bodies, Our Minds (OBOM) is an embodied, active two-hour workshop exploring the mental health impacts that sexual violence can have on survivors and communities by using theater and embodied techniques that welcome all people to step into different roles and build empathy for others. Facilitators utilize monologue exploration and theater to inspire conversations that leave communities with increased feelings of connection to each other, reduced stigma around mental health issues, and resources for continued mental health care and education. 

 

■ Job Overview and Compensation


We are hiring several Facilitators to run our Our Bodies Our Minds workshops at colleges and universities throughout Northern California and virtually. We are looking for folks passionate about holding space for young people to come together and imagine an arts-infused, stigma-free, mentally-well world.


This is a part-time, contract position. You will facilitate anywhere from 3-8 workshops per academic semester, and will be consulted for availability prior to us confirming workshop dates. Workshops can be in the morning, afternoon or evening, and are almost always on weekdays. Some workshops might require overnight travel, depending on the location of the workshop and where you live. This position is best suited for someone with a flexible schedule and an ability and comfort traveling. Workshops will be held both virtually and in person in the fall semester 2022.

 

As an OBOM facilitator, you will be paid a day rate of $350 for each in-person workshop you run, and $200 for each virtual workshop you run. This rate will go up by $20 each year you work with AWI. All of the prep work and post-workshop wrap-up tasks will be paid at an hourly rate of $30.  AWI covers all travel expenses including meals, lodging, and transportation related to in-person facilitation.


■ Who You Are


You love working with people, listening to them, and letting them lead the way as you provide the container for discussion. You are comfortable with public speaking and discussing mental health; you are an engaging and energetic person with a strong presence that upholds participant experiences and perspectives as the primary focus of the workshop; you are passionate about using theater to change the world, and love the idea of working directly with a wide and diverse range of college and university students. You’re confident with facilitation work, theater techniques, and the topic of sexual violence. You are familiar with forms such as Theater of the Oppressed, drama therapy and other techniques that use theater for community conversation and social change. You have experience participating in / leading community conversations about sexual violence, and recognize that survivors, people who support survivors, and entire communities can be impacted by sexual violence and need support. As a team player, you can adhere to deadlines, maintain regular communication with the AWI team, and can make meaningful connections with the staff and students at the campuses we serve. You will be able to take our model and apply it successfully, while creatively observing yourself, the workshops, and participant responses to discover areas of possible improvement.  You have excellent communication skills and enjoy working as part of a team to grow this innovative program.


■ Skills and Experience


Required Skills and Experience

  • Excellent public speaking and engagement skills
  • Experience leading groups of people in dialogue-based learning digitally and in-person
  • Experience with theater, especially as a tool in community experiences
  • Willingness and ability to travel throughout Northern California (and possibly neighboring regions) to college campuses to conduct workshops
  • Strong organizational skills, experience coordinating events and keeping track of many details at once
  • Ability to work independently while keeping team members, event speakers and other stakeholders informed and up to date with project-specific information
  • Either lived or professional experience with mental illness and/or maintaining mental wellness
  • Strong commitment to fostering mental wellness in college students
  • A firm understanding of intersectionality and healing justice


Preferred Skills and Experience

  • College / university teaching or facilitation experience
  • Marketing experience, including direct outreach
  • Background in or knowledge of drama therapy
  • Experience as a theater director
  • Google Suite and ease with using technology (digital platforms: Zoom, Meet etc)


If you do not have experience in everything above, but you do believe you would be a good candidate for the role, we encourage you to apply.

■ Who We Are


Art With Impact is a nonprofit that promotes mental wellness by creating space for young people to learn and connect through art and media. We serve students by partnering with colleges and universities to offer arts-based…

Resumo dos Detalhes

  • Comprometimento de Tempo
    Carga Horária Parcial
  • Tipo de Emprego
    Contrato / CLT
  • Data de Início
    15 de agosto de 2022
  • Prazo para Inscrições
    3 de julho de 2022
  • Nível de Experiência
    Intermediário
Compensação
Até USD $30
/ hora
Day rate of $350 for each in-person workshop and $200 for each virtual workshop. This rate will go up by $20 each year you work with AWI. All of the prep work and post-workshop wrap-up tasks will be paid at an hourly rate of $30.

Benefícios

AWI covers all travel expenses including meals, lodging, and transportation for in person workshops.

🏠 Stipends

  • $250 / year to deck out and set up equipment for your remote working space
  • $40 / month internet subsidy (applicable only for months in which online workshops are facilitated)

✈️ Annual Retreats

When we can, we meet twice per year in Los Angeles and San Francisco for a film festival and all-staff retreat. (2022 retreat is optional and bicoastal, with a virtual gathering on 8/19 and events in LA on 8/21. Travel and lodging is covered by AWI.)

AWI covers all travel expenses including meals, lodging, and transportation for in person workshops.

🏠 Stipends

  • $250 / year to deck out and set up equipment for your remote working…

Localização

Virtual
O trabalho pode ser executado em qualquer lugar de Estados Unidos
Local Associado
San Francisco, CA, USA

Como se inscrever

■ How to Apply


To apply, please record a 60-second video* of you talking about how you see mental health and social justice intersecting. Upload the video to YouTube or Vimeo, as an unlisted or public video.


*This role requires being able to hold conversations surrounding mental health through workshop facilitation. Your video submission will help us get a sense of how you speak to these topics. If you have accessibility concerns and would like to apply, please email us and we will work with you to arrive at a solution.


Note: If your video’s settings are set to “Private,” please be sure to give us a password to access it. Applications with private / un-viewable videos will not be considered.


Cover letters can be addressed to Cary Weckstein (Program Lead). Fill out the application and upload your resume, cover letter, and video here: https://forms.gle/fxhZMWvoJ4ziYxSFA.


If you're unable to use a Google account to access this form, please send your materials to apply@artwithimpact.org with the title "OBOM N. California Facilitator- [Your Name]" instead.


For those with whom we would like to continue the conversation, we will send you a short practical exercise to get a sense of your critical thinking and communication skills. Candidates with strong responses will go through two interview rounds with different members of our team. We’ll ask for references from our top candidates, and make an official offer.


We value an inclusive work culture with a diversity of students and stakeholders, and therefore are looking for applicants who can reflect the identities of those we serve. Black, Indigenous, people of color, people with disabilities, first generation college students, LGBTQIA+, and immigrants to the United States are especially encouraged to apply.

■ How to Apply


To apply, please record a 60-second video* of you talking about how you see mental health and social justice intersecting. Upload the video to YouTube or Vimeo, as an…

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