Relationship Manager, Music including Education Hubs (Manchester Office)

Relationship Manager, Music including Education Hubs (Manchester Office)

Thursday, 16 November 2017, 11.55pm

Relationship Manager, Music including Education Hubs
Manchester office

Salary £30,884 per annum plus excellent benefits
Contract: Permanent, working 35 hours per week

The north is home to many leading music venues, orchestras and festivals. It is famed for its contemporary music scene and many of the world’s greatest performers tour into the area.

The Arts Council invests in a range of music activity including opera, classical, jazz, and many other contemporary genres. As music education fund holder on behalf of the Department for Education, the Arts Council is also responsible for monitoring the network of local Music Education Hubs, ensuring that every child of school age has access to high quality music education.

There is now a vacancy for a Relationship Manager in the Arts Council’s Music Team based in Manchester. This is a full time, permanent position. Candidates should be able to demonstrate in-depth knowledge and experience of music; the Council would particularly welcome applications from candidates who have professional experience working in a music organisation or for the music industry and also those who have experience in music education.

The role will involve managing client relationships with music organisations, data analysis and report writing, assessment of funding applications and client monitoring. As a Relationship Manager for the Arts Council in Manchester you will also be expected to engage with a broad range of cross-cutting agendas, including diversity, engagement and learning, and to be a confident communicator with a range of stakeholders.

Candidates will be expected to evidence an appropriate level and range of professional experience and to demonstrate an up-to-date knowledge of the north’s wider arts scene, arts policy and the wider international context.

Close date: Midnight Thursday 16th November 2017
1st Stage interviews to be held on 8 December 2017

See further details at the link below.

Website

Published on 7 November 2017

Regular reader of The Journal of Music? Please consider making a donation to support our music coverage.

Please note that some listings are added by third parties. The Journal of Music does not take responsibility for the content or accuracy of listings published by third parties on this site. The Journal of Music reserves the right to edit or delete listings. Click here to add a listing, login or register.