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Head of Slough Music Service

£51,478 – £56,704 per annum fully inclusive

Creativity leads our ethos

Slough Borough Council
Contract Type
Full-Time Permanent
Closing Date
9th May 2019

Slough Music Service provides musical instrument tuition, training and events for over 2000 children, young people and adults in 53 schools in Slough. Our key aims are:

• To provide creative, inspiring, life-long musical experiences for all in our community;
• To develop and support exceptional music leaders for teaching and learning in the 21st century;
• To meet and value the needs and aspirations of every young musician in Slough;
• To enable and encourage every family in Slough to be a musical family;
• Our ethos is underpinned by the principals and values of Creativity, Sustainability, Diversity and Individuality.

Slough has an exciting, vibrant and diverse community. Creativity leads our ethos, keeping us at the leading edge of music development locally and nationally.

We are looking to recruit an innovative, progressive and creative leader to oversee the development of the music hub in unique and diverse community. You will have experience in successfully managing and leading an arts organisation and delivering music education in a range of educational settings and in the community. You will be responsible for the strategic business planning, business management and managing the budget, quality assurance and be confident in driving the music service and hub forward in line with national initiatives, polices and strategy.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Johnny Kyriacou on 01753 875769.

How to Apply

Apply for this job online at Alternatively email or call our 24 hour message line on 01753 875074 for a pack, outlining the reference number above. Minicom service on 01753 875030.

Closing Date:
9th May 2019
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