We are seeking to recruit two Inclusion Fellows in Digital Placemaking

The Inclusion Fellows will work alongside two New Talent, two Industry and two Academic Fellows to form a cohort of eight Fellows.

  • The Inclusion Fellowship award is £17k
  • Fellowships run from June 2019 to May 2020
  • Fellowships are part-time (estimated 3 days/week)

Radical inclusion is at the heart of the Bristol+Bath Creative R+D project. Our programme will research and share new methodologies for inclusive innovation. It aims to begin shifting the structures of power in the sector and change the ambitions of people who wouldn’t have previously have a way of entering world of creative technology innovation. Inclusion Fellows are an important part of this programme.

Inclusion Fellows are experienced in professional inclusion practice perhaps as Inclusion Producers (whether or not you go by that title day-to-day) or academics working in inclusion. You may work in any field of inclusion, including but not limited to race, socio-economic, LGBTQ+, disability.

Inclusion Fellows are future leaders and change-makers. You will be fully supported by the Creative R+D Inclusion Producer and Producing Team, to embark on research, an organisational placement and skills development activities.

We will support Fellows during an 11-month programme to think deeply about the potentials, challenges and opportunities for inclusion in the area of Digital Placemaking. You will apply to us with a specific question, or set of questions, that you want to explore. These will be questions that you don’t know the answers to but which are well informed by your knowledge and experience so far. This is a unique and exciting chance to step back from commercial, academic or career pressures, and focus on new and innovative areas of research, exploration and collaboration.

How to apply?

Deadline for applications: 11.59pm, Friday 10 May, 2019

All applicants will hear from us: by Friday 24 May, 2019

Group interviews will be held on: Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 May, 2019

We aim to be as inclusive as possible and accommodate all access requirements. We will openly discuss and tailor how we do things to support you as best we can.

We welcome applications from BAME, LGBTQI, Deaf and disabled practitioners.

We realise that text-based applications don’t suit everyone, so if you would like to discuss a different way to apply, or want this information in a different format, please get in touch.