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Sound Connections Senior Management Team Vacancy

Job title: Programme Manager
Working hours: Part time (3.5 days / 25.2 hours per week)
Salary: £30-32,000 (pro rata)
Holiday entitlement: 17.5 days per annum

Sound Connections is seeking an outstanding individual to manage two of our programmes that develop and enable ground-breaking opportunities for young Londoners, as well as be part of the senior management team.

The successful candidate will lead on core programme strands, including the London Early Years Music Network (LEYMN) and our core training offer. The post-holder will also be responsible for developing new business, supporting our consultancy offer and furthering our role as key researchers and advocates in the field. They will contribute to the overall management, fundraising and development of the organisation, and have line management responsibilities. In this varied and exciting role, the Programme Manager will work with a small and dedicated team, supporting a range of colleagues and freelancers across the music education community.

The successful candidate will have significant previous experience of managing education projects, conducting research and winning new business.

Highly self-motivated and organised, they will be comfortable working in an office environment, out at projects, and representing the organisation at meetings and events. They will be highly confident communicating with a diverse range of stakeholders including young people, practitioners, partners and funders. They will demonstrate excellent written skills and be confident in using a range of digital platforms.

The deadline for applications is Friday 13 May 2016 at 5pm. Please download an application pack here.

Interviews will be on Tuesday 24 May 2016, with the possibility of second interviews at a later date.

If you would like a brief conversation about the role, please contact Philip Flood, Director, on 020 7729 7220 or email / @sconnections


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