Working within our Grants and Learning Team you’ll play a key role in shaping and influencing how music education is delivered to children and young people, ensuring that it is inclusive, accessible, high quality and relevant.
It will involve managing a variety of relationships with Youth Music grantholders across a set of assigned regions, helping to shape our strategy locally and nationally, and contributing to the design of our funding programmes and evaluation activities.
Day-to-day the role will include supporting applicants and grantholders, making funding recommendations, analysing reports and monitoring performance against funding agreements. Understanding of qualitative or quantative research in particular would be an asset to the range of experience within the team.
As well as managing your assigned portfolio you’ll be liaising with a wide range of other stakeholders including AMIE organisations, Arts Council Relationship Managers, ‘Bridge’ organisations, Music Education Hubs, Local Authorities and specialists linked to our funding priorities, such as the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance.
How to apply: please click on the apply button to access the full JD and to submit your application.