The award-winning HMDT Music seeks an experienced and highly motivated Saturday Programme Coordinator to help develop the Trust’s work as part of its small team.
HMDT Music creates inspiring arts projects to enrich learning and transform lives.
Dedicated to breaking down barriers to participation, we offer all young people and their communities, particularly those with the least engagement, sustained artistic programmes together with life-changing performance opportunities to increase skills, raise aspirations and discover the joys of creativity.
Working with world class artists and leading experts, HMDT Music, twice winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society Award for Education, increases access to high quality musical experiences by commissioning new performance works created through an artistic fellowship between artists and participants, developing resources, creating enduring partnerships, and sustaining an extensive outreach programme to schools and the community in areas of significant disadvantage and deprivation.
To fulfil this role, you will be a hard-working individual with drive and creative flair, have at least two years related experience in arts management and be a skilled musician/music practitioner, with a passion for music education, and the belief that you can change peoples’ lives through music.
The Saturday Programme Coordinator will support the Directors by:
- Being responsible for working with the Senior Music Manager to ensure the implementation and management of The Saturday Programme (which includes The Music Box project for Under 5s; The Fledglings Foundation Programme; CYMH Instrumental School and Academy; The I Can Sing! Performing Arts Music Theatre School; Music Treehouse SEN/D project; The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy);
- Developing and sustaining partnerships which bring professional artists to work with and enrich schools and communities;
- Liaising regularly with external partners and client groups;
- Promoting HMDT Music to its widening base of clients and benefactors.
HOW TO APPLY:
A full PDF job description and details on how to apply can be found here.
Applicants must have authorisation to work in the UK. If you feel you can excel in this role, please press APPLY NOW below to access the application form outlining your suitability for the post based upon the Job Description and Person Specification, along with your CV, References and Monitoring Form.
Any enquiries should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please address your letter to:
22 Aldermans Hill
London N13 4PN
Closing date for applications is 10:00am Monday 19 February 2018
All interviews will be held at our offices on 21 February 2018
Second interviews will be held on 27 February 2018