Join Arts Bridge



We are looking for someone to lead our board of trustees and help us deliver community and in-school projects which make the arts accessible to those at risk of being excluded from it. Our vision is of a world where people of all ages, abilities, culture and classes have the opportunity to experience the arts and we are looking for someone to champion this ethos.

The Chair will act as an ambassador and the public face of the charity and provide inclusive leadership to the Arts Bridge Charity Board of Trustees. They will work with the Founder & Director Amanda Wright to support the strategic development of Arts Bridge Charity at a very exciting time of company growth.

A successful candidate will have experience of working in one or more of the following: the creative industries; heritage; fundraising; business; governance; education; and strategic management sectors.

For more information and a full job description please see our application pack:

Arts Bridge Charity Chair Application Pack (pdf)

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (word)

The deadline for applications is 5pm Friday 5 April 2019



We run a variety of projects in schools and local communities are always on the look out for talented, experienced teachers to add to our pool of practitioners.

Send us a CV and covering letter explaining why you’d like to join our team

At least 2 years teaching experience

An enhanced DBS check (issued within the past two years)

Experience of teaching at KS2

We are an equal opportunity employer but we are particularly keen to receive applications from teachers from BAME backgrounds.


Arts Bridge is still a young organisation and we’re keen to ensure that our board is diverse.

By becoming a trustee you will lead the charity and decide how it is run. Being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives. You will be making a difference to local communities and to society as a whole.

Use your skills and experience to support Arts Bridge and help us achieve our aims. Becoming a trustee is also an opportunity to learn new skills during your time on the board.

You must be least 18 years old

You must be willing to undertake a DBS check

You must not act as a trustee if you are disqualified, unless authorised to do so by a waiver from the Commission. Until 31 July 2018, the reasons for disqualification include:

  • having an unspent conviction for an offence involving dishonesty or deception (such as fraud)

  • being bankrupt, or entering into a formal arrangement (for example an individual voluntary arrangement) with a creditor

  • removal as a company director or charity trustee because of wrongdoing



Are you looking to develop your teaching experience? Assisting on our projects is a great way to observe how we structure sessions, learn behaviour management techniques and gain some practical experience.

An enhanced DBS check (issued within the past two years) / or be willing to undertake a DBS check

Enthusiastic about working with children

A team player