Sing Ireland seeks group singing facilitators for its panel for the delivery of the YouthSing Ireland programme for 2022/2023.
This initiative will provide music teachers and primary school students with opportunities to meaningfully engage with singing in the classroom and community with the support of our visiting group singing facilitators. The YouthSing Ireland programme will focus on creating a space where creative singing happens. This learning will support students and teachers alike in developing their musical self and allowing individual and group identity to emerge through song.
Facilitators will develop resources and support teachers online, with the YouthSing material as central to the work. In addition, they will work as SingSpace facilitators in workshops in schools and community venues. A SingSpace is an exciting opportunity for young people to come together and have an enriching shared musical experience with other young people and schools. You can find out more about our YouthSing Ireland Programme and SingSpaces here. Sing Ireland will provide regular training and mentoring for the facilitators and schools as part of this opportunity.
Desired skills for applicants include:
- Strong musical knowledge, vocal technique, and group singing facilitation skills
- Experience in Primary School settings/ with Children and Young People
- A Knowledge of creative learning practices
- A knowledge of youth singing resources
Please send a short cover letter and curriculum vitae (no more than 3 pages) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday, 14 October 2022.
Successful applicants should be available for 1 day of in-person training on the 3 or 4 November 2022 in Dublin and regular mentorship and training sessions online over the course of the programme. The panel and the YouthSing programme will operate from October 2022 to June 2023 during school hours with some weekend hours required in 2023.
Sing Ireland acknowledges the pivotal support and partnership of Creative Ireland in developing the programme in recent years. The YouthSing project is further funded by The RTÉ Toy Show Appeal and the Community Foundation for Ireland.