Head of Learning (Maternity Cover)

Head of Learning (Maternity Cover)

Monday, 15 July 2019, 12.00pm

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic are currently seeking applications for the role of Head of Learning (Maternity Cover). This is a full-time, maternity cover for up to 12 months. The successful candidate will be responsible for all operations across our Learning Programme including managing multiple complex partnerships with music education, higher education and NHS organisations.

Principal Responsibilities:
– All operations across Liverpool Philharmonic’s Learning Programme.
– Develop and implement outstanding quality Learning programmes as directed by the Executive Director to achieve our Strategic Plan goals.
– Lead implementation of key Strategic Plan priorities
– Jointly lead with the Orchestra Manager the development and implementation of a comprehensive workforce development strategy relating to musicians employed and/or engaged by Liverpool Philharmonic.
– Be an outstanding member of the Leadership Team, upholding our values and contributing to Liverpool Philharmonic being a high performing organisation and excellent employer.
– Act as the named and lead Liverpool Philharmonic Safeguarding Officer.

Key Objectives:
– To ensure Learning Department projects and programmes meet the quality, values and strategic objectives of the Society.
– To lead on the planning, establishment, implementation and review of project operations, quality control, partnerships, stakeholder relationships and infrastructure to ensure successful achievement of outputs and outcomes.
– Manage the Society’s annual Schools Concerts Programme, Music and Mental Health partnership, Youth Company, higher education and adult learning programmes and other major programmes as required.
– Work with the Executive Director to plan and develop artistic content of Learning programmes across children and young people, families, schools, higher education, health and adult learning.
– Work with the Artistic Planning Director (Orchestra & Ensembles), Head of Programme (Hall and Events), Orchestra Management team and Marketing Department to maximise opportunities for collaboration and integrated planning, and to ensure a coordinated and cost effective approach to scheduling and operational management across the Society’s activities.
– To lead a significant Research and Evaluation programme across Learning activities, including working with partners to achieve fundraising income for research projects.

See link below for further information.


Published on 25 June 2019

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