Job opportunity: Part-Time Development Officer with Paragon Music

08 September 2021

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Location: Dumfries and Galloway
Salary: £19,650 (0.4 FTE)
Deadline: 5pm, Friday 10th September 2021

Paragon Music are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and committed individual who can support the continued development of their music and arts programme Resonate, throughout Dumfries and Galloway.

Paragon’s vision is to promote equality and inclusion in the arts. They deliver a programme of accessible music and arts workshops throughout Scotland. They are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and committed individual who can support the continued development of our Resonate programme throughout Dumfries and Galloway.

The role is based in the region, with flexibility between at-home and office work, and offered on a part time basis.

The successful candidate will work closely with Resonate’s Director and will assist with the development of the programme across areas including policy, strategy and planning; advocacy and partnership building; and programme administration.

You can find a full role description at www.paragon-music.org/jobs
Closing date for applications: 5pm, Friday 10th September 2021

Interviews to be held 13th & 20th September 2021. Employment commence 4th October 2021.

To apply: Please email a cover letter and CV to charlotte-paragon@btconnect.com – and don’t hesitate to be in touch if you have any questions regarding your application.

For further information, please contact charlotte-paragon@btconnect.com (Charlotte Riley-Gibson), or call 07484 031151, or visit https://www.paragon-music.org/jobs

For access enquiries please contact 07484 031151

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