Starcast support local community with industry jobsPosted on 05/05/2021
Starcast Performing Arts Schools, Salisbury, are pleased to announce they have been accepted for the Kickstart Scheme, which is funded by the government.
The Kickstart Scheme provides funding to employers to create jobs for 16 to 24 year olds on Universal Credit, who are at risk of long term unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Starcast are offering 3 full time positions for the following roles:
2 x Trainee Teaching Assistant (specialising in Singing, Dance or Drama)
1 x Social Media and Marketing Assistant
The job positions will be supported by Mercury Training, who will provide additional support, qualifications and courses to help aid young adults develop life skills, and increase employability, once the 6 month period comes to a close.
Starcast Principal, Kiri Golding says ” We are incredibly proud to be able to offer full-time employment to local young adults, who are looking to explore jobs within the performing arts industry. This is just one way we can continue to give back to our community and industry through a positive medium.”
To be eligible, you must apply or receive Universal Credits. Your support worker at the Job Centre will be able to put forward an application, for the above job positions.