We’re seeking an experienced project manager with a track record in managing projects in the arts in schools and the community. We’re particularly keen to hear from those who have worked around music and APS or similar and especially with diverse and marginalised groups to project manage an ambitious new R&D programme funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
The project is part of an established creative programme of community and educational work in music that reaches around 3000 young people each year to support their personal, social, emotional and musical development.
There is lots to achieve over the next 22 months, with a clear timetable and roadmap for the project already prepared. We are now looking for someone to work with The Music Works to steer the project successfully through all of its stages.
The Project Manager, working part-time from appointment until September 2023, will ensure that the project engages and involves all of the partners and co-ordinate all stages of the project
The role comprises a mixture of hands-on practical tasks and a co-ordination role to ensure everyone’s voice is heard and all partners are supported to carry out their project elements.
The Project Manager will report to the Creative Director at The Music Works, and to a Steering Group comprising of representatives of all stakeholder partners, including the APS schools, youth advocates, music leaders and commissioners/funders.
Project management and co-ordination
Partner communication and liaison
Job title: Project manager, The Music Works, APS music programme
Closes: 11th October 2021
Paid Contract: £10,000 c. 40 days across 22 months.
We are committed to having a workforce that is representative of the community we serve at all levels in and around the organisation; with contractors, staff, freelancers, trustees, and volunteers.
We therefore welcome applications from all backgrounds and all sections of the community.
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