Music Generation Galway 3 x Administrators
Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) invites applications for the following Administrator positions:
• Music Generation Galway City Administrator, Full Time (three-year, fixed-term contract)
• Music Generation Galway County Administrator, Maternity Cover
• Symphonic Waves Galway 2020 Project Administrator, 4-day week. (June 2019 – Dec 2020)
Further particulars and application forms are available from http://galwayroscommon.etb.ie/jobs/
If interested in applying, please note the closing date for receipt of applications, by post only, is 12.00 p.m. on Friday, 8th March, 2019.
About Music Generation Galway City and Music Generation Galway County
Music Generation Galway City and Music Generation Galway County are new performance music education services in Galway City and County that will provide opportunities for children and young people to access a range of vocal, instrumental and ensemble tuition in their local areas. They are among the 9 new Local Music Education Partnership Areas recently selected for participation in Phase 2 of Music Generation.
They are part of Music Generation - Ireland’s National Music Education Programme that transforms the lives of children and young people through access to high-quality, subsidised performance music education. Initiated by Music Network, Music Generation is co-funded by U2, The Ireland Funds, the Department of Education and Skills and Local Music Education Partnerships (LMEPs).
Symphonic Waves is a regional youth ensemble managed by Music Generation Galway County and based in the west of Ireland. Symphonic Waves aims to inspire this and future generations of young musicians in Galway and the west of Ireland to achieve their highest musical potential, provide progression and performance opportunities to advanced young players and create a sustainable music education legacy for young people in the west of Ireland.
Locally, Music Generation Galway City and Music Generation Galway County are supported and funded by Galway Roscommon ETB, Galway 2020 and Galway City Council and Galway County Council.
Published on 25 February 2019