NMPAT is a music education charity, which provides musical and artistic opportunities for the children and young people of Northamptonshire, with a £5m turnover. As lead partner of both the Northamptonshire and Rutland Music Education Hubs, the charity works with almost every school in the two counties. We engage with over 20,000 young people per year, run more than 30 County Groups – bands, orchestras and choirs – 11 Saturday Centres, and further enrichment, and performance opportunities throughout the year. We employ over 250 staff, including 13 who are permanently based at the Kettering Road Music and Arts Centre.
This is a senior role reporting to the Chief Executive, with responsibility for County Ensembles, performances, special projects and initiatives. The role offers membership of the Senior Leadership Team, and involvement in all critical strategic development decisions affecting the organisation.
You will be an experienced music teacher, used to managing and leading teams of people, and leading and managing initiatives. You will have knowledge and understanding of Music Education Hubs and their pivotal role in supporting Music Education.
The appointment is within the spirit of Teachers’ Pay and Conditions and is paid on the Leadership Spine L7 – L12, £49,019 – £55,610. This post benefits from membership of Private Health cash plan through WPA, and membership of the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.
How to Apply
Please see www.NMPAT.co.uk/vacancies for further details including job description, person specification and application form.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Chief Executive, Peter Smalley using the details below, or telephone on 01604637117.
Application is by application form, including letter detailing your experience and suitability, to be received by Monday 28th February 12:00 noon, by email to email@example.com, or by post to:
Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust,125 Kettering Road, Northampton NN1 4AZ