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Learning and Engagement Manager

Learning and Engagement Manager

A pioneering charity and learning provider specialising in music education are now recruiting a Learning and Engagement Manager to join a small yet dynamic and creative team with a vital cause at its heart.

Through development, outreach and recruitment, the organisation has impacted over 10,000 young people aged 11-25 outside of traditional formal education. Their programmes encourage the early careers of young music artists primarily from black and ethnically diverse backgrounds, female musicians and those facing economic barriers to pursing a career in the music industry.

As the Learning and Engagement Manager, you'll manage the core learning programmes which include development workshops and flagship performance ensembles. You'll manage a small team who leads the development of outreach activities with schools, Music Education Hubs and other partners in the UK and internationally. You will also drive the engagement work of the organisation focusing on building links with the education sector and music industry as well as enhancing and increasing the involvement of key stakeholders which include young people, industry professionals, funders, volunteers, media contacts, promoters and venues.

About you:
You'll have at least 3 years' experience managing education and/or engagement programmes for young people within the third sector, including development, implementation and impact measurement. Ideally, you'll have music education experience and knowledge, or at least a strong interest in music or the creative arts. You'll be knowledgeable about child protection, diversity issues and will be dedicated to making a positive lasting change for young people.

Benefits:
Newly refurbished offices are based in North West London and you can expect a hybrid model of office, home and on site working in this role. 25 days + bank holidays, up to date business equipment, professional development and tickets to gigs and festivals are among the other benefits.

This is a great opportunity to join a small, highly respected organisation and develop your career and skills in programme management.

Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted and the role may close before the expiry date on this advert.

To show your interest, please click apply and attach a copy of your updated CV.

We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.