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Singing Co-ordinator

£30,324 pro rata

After a first wave of singing projects during 2016 and 2017 our current singing co-ordinator is moving on and we are seeking to continue our established projects plus build up our Singing Strategy to support more schools in the borough, especially in the South.

Employer
Hillingdon Music Hub
Location
Ruislip and locations around Hillingdon borough
Contract Type
Fixed-Term Contract
Closing Date
28th December 2017

About the job
This is a fixed term contract until 31 March 2020. Hours are 0.4 FTE (equivalent of 2 days per week) the salary advertised will be pro-rated.

Hillingdon Music Hub delivers group and individual tuition to children across the borough.

After a first wave of singing projects during 2016 and 2017 our current singing co-ordinator is moving on and we are seeking to continue our established projects plus build up our Singing Strategy to support more schools in the borough, especially in the South.

You have worked in music education or with young people before, and can deliver a range of singing projects across different genres that will excite the interest of schools, generate large-scale engagements of students, and prove sustainable in the long term.

You will run performance and music education projects, taking responsibility for budgets, school liaison and evaluation. You will use your musical skills to work personally on some projects while coordinating the efforts of freelancers on others.

Projects will take place in schools and other heritage/community venues.

The postholder will also create CPD materials.

About the person
You are a musician with hands-on experience of running choral or vocal projects with children, comfortable in multiple genres of music.

You understand from experience how singing works in schools and how young people from 5-18 can develop their confidence in singing.

You will also have the ability to arrange (perhaps even compose) music and the practical skills to administer and project manage music projects from needs assessment and identifying delivery partners all the way through to final delivery and evaluation, able to work unsupervised.

An enhanced, child-workforce DBS check is essential, along with the ability to visit schools in person.

How to Apply

Applications can be made only via our online recruitment portal:

https://ig24.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_lbh01.asp?newms=jj&id=124775

Closing Date:
28th December 2017
Interviews:
11th-12th January 2018
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