Relationship Manager, Music Education

Relationship Manager, Music Education

Sunday, 14 November 2021, 11.55pm

Arts Council England is looking for a passionate and collaborative individual to join our Cambridge office team as a Relationship Manager, Music Education. You will work with organisations across a range of art forms, including music, in the East of England, while collaborating with colleagues in the South East and national teams, to deliver our current Let’s Create strategy.

The role involves being the point of contact between partners, potential applicants, and the Arts Council. Helping to ensure that the resources and support we offer are shared and understood by a broad range of people, particularly those who experience barriers to accessing our support.

It includes managing relationships with our National Portfolio Organisations in the East, including Creative People and Places projects and Music Education Hubs, ensuring risks are well managed and supporting those organisations to achieve the targets they have set. A knowledge of diverse and socially engaged arts practice is required. Knowledge of music, the formal and/or informal education sector, and experience of working with local authority and other strategic partners would all be advantages.

The post holder will be a visible representative of the Arts Council, supporting its duties as an arm’s length public body, fulfilling its role as a development agency, and maintaining standards as a funding distributor

This role is offered on a full-time permanent basis, 35 hours a week. Typically, the role is based in the Cambridge office and involves working across the East of England. At present, Arts Council staff are working largely from home as a result of Covid-19. Our relationship managers are expected to have a high degree of autonomy, and are supported to work both in the office and remotely to be efficient and effective in their jobs.

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