Job opportunity: Programmes Manager with Orchestras for All

22 November 2021

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Orchestras for All is looking for a full-time Programmes Manager to join its dynamic team, empowering young people’s perspectives to be heard.

With the support of the Head of Programmes, the Programmes Manager will lead on the complex logistical planning required in the months leading up to, and during, each National Orchestra for All (NOFA) season and event, side-by-side with managing youth voice and ownership within the charity – empowering young people’s perspectives to be heard at every stage of our planning.

The role involves building strong relationships with hard-to-reach families and young people, supporting each NOFA member to overcome specific access barriers, and ensuring their attendance and inclusion at each event and activity. The Programmes Manager is also responsible for the budget management of NOFA and, with support from research partners, carrying out the programme’s impact and evaluation work.

Alongside this, the Programmes Manager will be involved in assisting other members of the team with ongoing tasks such as fundraising, developing the communications strategy, and supporting OFA’s two other programmes, Modulo and Music Leadership Training.

The Programmes Manager will join the team on a full-time basis at 37.5 hours per week.

The salary will be £25,000 ˑ £28,000 per year, depending on experience.

For further information, please contact recruitment@orchestrasforall.org (Donna Edmonds), or call 020 267 4141 , or visit https://www.orchestrasforall.org/join-the-team

The deadline is Monday 29 November 2021 at 09:00.

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