Job Opportunities

West Yorkshire Print Workshop Community and Learning Officer

Contract type: Part-time

Deadline: 19th July 2022

We invite you to apply for the Community and Learning Officer role by sending a CV (no more than 2 sides of A4), a covering letter stating why you are interested in this role and how your skills and experience fit into the role profile (no more than 1.5 sides of A4) and filling out the equal opportunities form. Do feel free to send up to 3 images of any learning or community projects you may have worked on that you reference in your covering letter or CV (please ensure any images have permission for sharing).

CVs, covering letters, equal opportunities form and jpegs are to be sent in to by 19th July 2022.

Any queries should be sent directly to Clare Alton-Fletcher on

Good luck and we look forward to your applications!


More information and role specification can be viewed here:

Community and Learning Project Officer 2021 JD



Community Workshop Facilitator (printmaking specialism)

Contract type: Freelance – depending on projects

Deadline: Ongoing

Helping to further our commitment to provide quality, inspirational educational experiences through the medium of print, we are currently recruiting for freelance workshop facilitators to meet the growing need within our community engagement and schools programme.

Demonstrating proficiency across a range of printmaking techniques including – but not exclusive to – screen-print, intaglio, monoprint and relief (lino and safe-print) our facilitator team should be confident in their abilities to adapt and develop sessions for a range of audiences and abilities.

Delivery for our community and schools work takes place throughout Kirklees and so a driving license would be preferable.

We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds especially from those within underrepresented groups that reflects the ethnic diversity in our community.

More information and role specification can be viewed here:

Community Tutor Call-out

If you are interested in working with us; please forward the following to  

  • a CV 
  • a covering letter no longer than 2 pages giving an overview of your specialisms, your printmaking/teaching experience  
  • a pdf containing 5x images of recent work and/or link to your website/social media.  



Call for Volunteers

Deadline: Ongoing

Fancy getting involved with a creative and exciting organisation, learn about printmaking and be part of a creative community? Why not volunteer with us?

Application are open once again for volunteer roles at WYPW. We’re looking for Welcome & Retail, Recruiter & Admin and Gardener volunteers.

More information and role specification can be viewed here:

Recruiter and Administrator Volunteer

Welcomer and retail volunteer role profile