Project Coordinator, We Make Culture CIC


Job Description

The Project Coordinator supports the work of We Make Culture CIC across all of our projects, including Young Musicians Project. The post-holder will coordinate meetings and events, liaise with participants, project partners, producers and project musicians and handle day-to-day programme administration. We are looking for a coordinator who has an enthusiasm for participatory arts, inclusion and music and is keen to develop skills in these areas.

This post is currently 15 hrs per week, though we are hoping that this may increase across the coming year.

Job Requirements


Experience of working in administration/ project coordination in the arts/ charitable/ voluntary sector or transferable skills and experience

Experience of working with a wide range of people and able to respond to them in a confident, calm way

Efficient and effective communication skills, written/ email, by telephone and in person

Competent using Microsoft platforms and other applications, including Airtable

Strong organisational skills and detail orientated

A confident and pro-active approach to task management

Flexibility and the ability to find solutions when working with different people and projects

Knowledge of participatory arts practice

An interest in and enthusiasm for music development/ cultural sector/ participatory arts

Job Responsibilities

  • Administration to ensure smooth running of WMCs programmes including but not limited to venue and meeting bookings, liaising with freelance musicians, participants and partners, diary management, issuing contracts, mailouts and maintaining participant databases.
  • Working with Young Musicians Project participants and leaders to coordinate socials and events
  • Marketing and communications support of Young Musicians Project, including website maintenance and social media
  • Assist Project Director with recording day-to-day financial transactions
  • Providing support for projects and events, as required
  • Acting as a representative and advocate for WMC

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How to Apply

To apply, please send:
• Your CV (no more than two pages)
• A supporting statement (no more than two pages)
• Details of two referees

This can be presented in written form or as a video (no longer than 5 mins long).

Send applications to

Your statement should outline why you are a suitable candidate for the post and how your skills and experience align with those detailed in the personal specification.

If you have any questions about the role before application, please email to organise a chat or to ask any questions.

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