Develop a process for evaluating the activities delivered as part of the 2019 carnival season - qualitative feedback from participants. Develop a process for engaging the views of Sheffield residents and students on the content for the 2019 Carnival season. Attend the carnival event and getting snap views from visitors to the event. Reviewing other cultural events in Sheffield and identify gaps in the cultural/tourism market that could potentially be filled by Sheffield Carnival (Market Research). Production of interim and final reports setting out findings and recommendations.
What skills do I need?
Excellent listening, communication and organisational skills, ability to produce clear findings and recommendations, clear writing style, good team player, confident networker, flexible and adaptable, awareness of local and national cultural, artistic and economic priorities which could benefit the development of Sheffield Carnival
What will I gain?
You will gain real world experience assisting a charitable non profit organisation provide activities for children and families and helping to support your local community. Boosting your CV with a reference of the support you have given and the opportunity to develop your skills and meet new people.
Training and support
You will receive support and guidance from the Directors
January 2019-July 2019 (2-3 hours a week)
DBS (criminal records) check
home working and various locations across Sheffield
All research locations will be easily accessible by public transport