Job opportunities: Admin/Social Media Assistant and Development Manager with Chamber Music Scotland

14 Jul 2021

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Chamber Music Scotland are currently recruiting an Admin and Social Media Assistant and a Development Manager to join their team.

Admin and Social Media Assistant

Part-time (0.5 level: 2.5 days per week) Fixed term post: 1 year £18,500 pro rata

  • Provide administrative support for the organisation’s day-to-day activities
  • Contribute to the effective delivery of projects and events
  • Act as a first point of contact, responding to enquiries made via email, phone, and social media
  • Scheduling meetings
  • Maintaining social media platforms and updating website content

Development Manager

Part-time (0.5 level: 2.5 days per week) Fixed term post: 1 year £30,000 pro rata

  • Fundraising for the organisation’s activities and capacity
  • Developing new strands of income generation
  • Working with the Chief Executive to align your fundraising activities with the organisation’s strategy andfocus
  • Generating funds from a range of sources, including public funding (government and local authority), trustsand foundations, and sponsorship

 

For either role, please email your CV and a covering letter detailing why you are interested in the post and how you meet the criteria to info@chambermusicscotland.com.

Deadline for applications is 5pm on Thursday 22nd July 2021.

Interviews are currently scheduled to take place w/b 9th August 2021 and the positions will be available to start immediately.

For more information, head to the Chamber Music Scotland website.

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Scottish Music Industry Association

16 Argyle Court, 1103 Argyle Street,

Glasgow,

G3 8ND 

+44 (0) 141 478 0228

 

 

The Scottish Music Industry Association receives Regular Funding from Creative Scotland, the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits here.

Creative Scotland distribute funding from the Scottish Government and The National Lottery.