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Learning Coordinator, Brass Bands England

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Job Summary

Brass Bands England (BBE) is looking for an enthusiastic individual with some experience in education project delivery within the arts and culture sector. The successful candidate will work closely with the education team, supporting the delivery of our programmes.

Job Description

Brass Bands England (BBE) is looking for an enthusiastic individual with some experience in education project delivery within the arts and culture sector. The successful candidate will work closely with the education team, supporting the delivery of the Brass Foundations programme, Future Leaders' Programme and BBE's series of webinars and training events.

Contract

Part Time (14 hours per week) Permanent

Location

Flexible according to preference. Office space is available at our HQ in Barnsley. Remote or hybrid working is suitable for this role, with a requirement to be in the office approximately once a quarter for full team meetings and at events across the UK on occasion.

Salary

£21,840 pro rata

Place in Organisation

Reports directly to the Learning Manager

Closing Date Wednesday 24 July at 9am. Interviews will be held online on Monday 1 August.

Equal Opportunities

Brass Bands England is committed to being an Equal Opportunities employer and attracting diverse talent from sections of the community currently underrepresented in the brass band sector, and the arts and culture sector as a whole. Our Management Team is 80% Female/Disabled. We operate a blind recruitment process and are particularly keen to encourage applications from underrepresented groups, including those from Global Majority, low socio-economic backgrounds, candidates who are D/disabled or have other protected characteristics. If you are disabled and meet all the essential criteria we will guarantee you an interview.

Job Requirements

Person Specification

Essential

  • Experience of arts, community or education project delivery and / or administration
  • Experience engaging with children and young people
  • Awareness and understanding of national music education policies
  • Passion for music education
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • An ability to plan, prioritise and work to tight deadlines
  • An ability to work as part of a team and act professionally and respectfully
  • Efficient and courteous written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to read music, and knowledge of brass performance
  • Sufficient IT literacy to use customer relationship management software and project management software
  • Willingness to travel across the UK to support in delivering key events on occasion
  • Willingness to undertake required training on key areas such as safeguarding and health and safety
  • Able to undertake evening and weekend work on occasion
  • Commitment to inclusion, diversity, access and equity

Full details at bbe.org.uk/careers

Job Responsibilities

  • To support the administration, evaluation and delivery of the Brass Foundations education programme
  • To support the administration and delivery of the Future Leaders' Programme
  • To support the delivery of BBE's online training schedule
  • To support the management of BBE's Inclusion Working Group and Youth Voice Working Group

Full details are available at bbe.org.uk/careers

How to Apply

Applications can be submitted the application form. As part of this form you will need to provide a covering letter (up to 500 words) detailing your suitability for the role, and upload a CV.
Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of the person specification. Please ensure that your suitability in reference to this criteria is addressed in your application.

If you require any further information about the role please contact [email protected] in the first instance.

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