PROGRAMME AND EVENTS ADMINISTRATOR
Lewisham Music is a music education charity that works with the people of Lewisham to develop musical skills and make great music. Formerly Lewisham Council Music Service, we are the music hub lead organisation for the borough with annual funding from Arts Council England.
As Lewisham Music Service we established a reputation for the musical and educational quality of our offer and over 6,000 young people make music with us each year. As a music education hub, we have established a network of over 30 partner organisations, including The Albany, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Lewisham Education Arts Network, Midi Music Company, Phoenix Community Housing and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance. We became an independent organisation in 2017, with the support of the local authority, in order to capitalise on new income streams and engage with new learners and communities.
Providing learning opportunities to young people and supporting music education in schools remain at the heart of our mission, but we want to work more closely with families, parents and local residents of all ages to celebrate the power of music as a community. We now have two years of operation under our belts and, recently moved into new premises at The Fellowship, Bellingham, a new cultural centre which includes a cinema and live music, theatre and comedy venue. This is a fantastic opportunity for us to expand the community with which we engage and create a vibrant hub for music making as a partner in Bellingham Regeneration Arts Group.
ARE YOU AN EFFICIENT, RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED ADMINISTRATOR WITH AN INTEREST IN WORKING IN MUSIC EDUCATION AND THE ARTS?
We are seeking a new dynamic Programme and Events Administrator with high level communication, organisation, and project skills. You will work alongside children, young people, parents, carers, schools and other arts partner organisations.
You will work primarily to provide a high level of administrative support to the Lewisham Music team with your main areas of work covering our out of school programmes, including our Saturday Music Centre, after school groups and holiday courses, our events, performances and projects, including Lewisham Live Festival of Music & Dance and Turning of the Year, our annual series of singing concerts.
We’ll offer you the opportunity to make a real difference to our local community. We also offer professional development opportunities.
35 hours per week
Please note that this post includes working on Saturdays (10 per term from 9am-2.15pm) and 4 weekdays in the office.
Find out more about our Saturday Music Centre
OFFICE First Floor, The Fellowship & Star, Randlesdown Road, London, SE6 3BT
SATURDAY MUSIC CENTRE Prendergast Vale School, Elmira Street, Lewisham, SE13 7BN
Fixed term position, full-time. Post confirmed until 31 March 2020 subject to continued funding.
In the range £22,218 to £23,610
This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Lewisham Music is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share and demonstrate in this commitment.
WEDNESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER 2019, 12PM
WEDNESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2019
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We look forward to hearing from you soon!