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£40 per hour
Part-time (Equivalent hours of 2.5 days per week x 35 weeks per year.)
Contract (Initially 12 months with the intention to extend upon agreement by both parties.)
Job description

Help us deliver our Furthering Talent programme in 10 Music Hubs in the North of England!

About Furthering Talent

Furthering Talent helps musicians from the earliest stage in their musical journey. The programme is specifically designed to help young people from low income families sustain their musical learning after initial state-funded whole-class lessons end, so they can keep on progressing and playing music well into their teens and beyond. The programme aims to effect significant change in how the musical potential of young people from low-income families is identified and supported.

Place of work: Home-based and other locations as required. An ability to travel, often nationally, is essential to carry out this role. All reasonable travel expenses can be reclaimed.  

The role

You will be the first point of contact and support for the team of Connectors in your Hubs, attending Teachers’ Forums and Get Togethers where possible and helping with the coordination of data gathering and management. You will help drive the promotion of the Connector role and handle any incoming Connector enquiries via the Young Sounds website, allocating them to the appropriate Connector. You will oversee the mentoring and youth voice offer in each Hub. You will be a champion for Young Sounds’ musically inclusive approach throughout the sector and will support the promotion of Young Sounds’ CPD and learning resources, especially the Charanga hosted Individual Learning Plan. 

Working relationships

Reporting to the Programme Director you will also work closely with the External Evaluator, plus members of the wider Young Sounds team, for example the Digital and Communications Coordinator, and Finance and Operations Director. Keep scrolling or click the buttons below.

How to apply

See the attachments for a full job description and person specification. 

Application resources
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Giving musical talent a chance

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Posted on: 14 June 2024
Closing date: 28 June 2024 at 17:00
Tags: Admin

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