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Support Officer

£17,772 to £19,430

We are seeking an enthusiastic and musically knowledgeable administrator with proven organisational and diplomacy skills to join the County Activities team in delivering their programme around the county.

Employer
Hertfordshire Music Service
Location
Hatfield
Contract Type
Full-Time Permanent
Closing Date
29th October 2017

Support Officer – Hertfordshire Music Service
Hours: 37 per week
Salary: £17,772 – £19,430pa
Contract: Permanent
Location: Hatfield

Job Duties:
Hertfordshire Music Service is part of the County Council and the lead partner for the Hertfordshire Music Hub. As the largest Music Service in the UK, it operates 13 Music Centres around the county, provides peripatetic tuition in most Hertfordshire schools and runs a thriving programme of challenging group activities for advanced young players and singers outside term time.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and musically knowledgeable administrator with proven organisational and diplomacy skills to join the County Activities team in delivering their programme around the county.
You will be a good communicator and proficient IT user with a keen eye for detail, and have a degree in Music or taken part regularly in a grade 8 plus ensemble.
You will need to be able to work flexible hours including some evenings and weekends, and most of the school holidays and travel independently around the county so a driving licence and access to a vehicle is essential.
The post holder will report to the Head of Activities & Projects and work closely with the team based in Hatfield.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Katherine Wolfenden on 07796 283007.

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Closing Date:
29th October 2017
Interviews:
9th and 10th November 2017
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