Fresh Art@ Worker Role


Deadline Thursday 15 March 2018

This is a time-limited post to support the 'Fresh Art@' project that runs in Bath & North East Somerset. The post will be based at Bath NHS House and working across different clinical sites, at Creativity Works office in Radstock and in the community.


* Enliven mental health environments with fresh artwork

* Artwork created by the project is rotated between AWP buildings, to enrich the environment for people coming onto the ward

* To offer preventative support to those at risk of social isolation

* To reduce the number of repeat admissions into hospital & prevent first time admissions

* To create progression pathways to promote good health & wellbeing and help people to develop a sense of personal pride

* To empower vulnerable adults to live happier and healthier lives through participating in creativity

* To encourage decision making and new challenges that help participants develop confidence and self-esteem

* To create a structured journey for people into community participation through 1-2-1 support and in facilitated sessions


Please send an application letter explaining how you meet the criteria outlined in the person specification and job description in no more than 2 sides of A4 (approx 600 words) and your CV.


Closing date 15th March 2018 

Send details to Philippa via email:

For further information contact Philippa or ring 01761 438852


If you have been successful in an interview for this post we will let you know by Monday 19th March.

We apologise but we will be unable to contact all applicants to let them know if they have been unsuccessful.

Interviews will be held on Monday 26th March in Radstock, Bath & North East Somerset

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