Shaper Caper invite

As Chair of the Dundee Dance Partnership it is my pleasure to invite you to our event taking place on Thursday 13th June 2019.

Casting our minds back to the spectacular opening weekend of the V&A Dundee one of the most visual representations of celebration and community was the mass dance performance, the brainchild of Dundee born choreographer and Artistic Director of Shaper/Caper Thomas Small. To relive the excitement of that special weekend we will be screening a film showing of the performance for the first time inviting ALL of the participants to come along and celebrate their wonderful achievement.

Due to the high number of participants involved we will be hosting two screenings at the Whitehall Theatre, Bellfield Street at 4.30pm and 6.30pm on Thursday 13th June. The event will last no longer than 1 hour 15 minutes.

Should you be available to attend please RSVP to Yolanda directly at yolanda@shapercaper.com

Best wishes


Kenny Christie
Education Support Officer
Arts, Culture and Out of School Care Services
Dundee City Council, Children & Families Service

Shaper Caper invite flyer



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Co-designing KEN Event

We are really excited to invite you to the Co-designing KEN event on 12th June from 8.30am to 11.30am in Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce.

The Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN) is making it easy for business to make a social impact through sharing expertise.

KEN is for charities and social enterprise in Dundee looking to become more resilient through sharing knowledge and skills. We connect business with causes they care about and who need their support through one to one help, workshops and team events.

The Codesigning KEN event on 12th June will be the first in a series of opportunities to be part of an exciting collaboration, developing a KEN that everyone wants and uses. We would love to see you there and make sure your ideas and suggestions become part of what we develop in a fun and interactive session.

Bookings for members can be made through Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce.  If you’re not a member, please email kirstyslater@volunteerdundee.org.uk in the first instance.

Tea/ Coffee and pastries will be at the ready and there will be an opportunity to network.

Bookings can be made via Chamber of Commerce for members and email if not.





Dundee & Angus ADHD Support Group

ADHD Support Group are recruiting for two new posts – Project Manager and Information Officer.

As Project Manager you will be responsible for the day to day running of ADHD Projects from inception to completion, you will be required to demonstrate positive leadership qualities that will motivate the team, inspire the team to work collectively in achieving organisational goals in relation to ADHD Projects as well as assist in setting objectives for personal development within the team.
The successful candidate should have at least 2 year experience of project management and be able to provide examples of this experience.

The Information officer will not only be responsible for storing, categorising and maintaining databases but will also be responsible for identifying and procuring information which will be used to create Information Packs for use by different groups of people e.g. children, teachers, health professionals etc.
The Administrative duties of the post will include providing secretarial support for the Project Director, managing agreed areas of financial operations and carrying out effective communications as required.
The individual will be innovative, imaginative, well organised and have good accounting skills.

Info officer Job Description 2019

Info Officer job advert 2019

Project Manager job advert 2019

Project Manager App Form 2019

Project Manager Job Desc 2019





Showcase the Street opportunity






Showcase the Street are looking for someone to fill a new role in their Virtual Reality Centre in Dundee where the successful candidate will lead on a community project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund for a two year period. This is a full time role and looks for someone with experience in VR delivery in a community setting working with young people aged 8-24 years of age who will come from a variety of backgrounds.

The role will require someone who has a good knowledge of the VR world and the relevant experiences and games and will also require partnership working and a PVG check with evening and weekend work likely.

A wage in the region of £21000 per annum is likely and in the first instance potential candidates should send a CV along with a chatty email to Showcase the Street at