We are currently in the process of recruiting new members for our Board of Trustees. For more information about how to apply to become a Trustee please see the Trustee page here. Speculative enquiries welcome.
Full-time, permanent role – Starting asap – £21,000 p.a.
Wiltshire Music Centre is offering an exciting opportunity to join its vibrant team as Creative Learning & Community Engagement (CL & CE) Coordinator.
This key role has responsibility for supporting the efficient delivery of the CL & CE Programme. The CL & CE Coordinator will develop, plan, administrate and evaluate a wide range of small to large-scale music education and community projects, coordinating with various stakeholders.
The CL & CE Coordinator will work across the WMC team, supporting the fundraising team in securing resources to ensure the development and sustainability of the programme, and working with the marketing team to communicate and promote the CL & CE programme and events.
The CL & CE Coordinator will also contribute to the day-to-day running of the Centre and build some experience across customer service, event management and programming.
This is a unique opportunity for a passionate, friendly meticulous, resilient and ambitious young arts administrator with at least 3 years’ experience in a similar education or project management post to play a central role in a growing arts organisation, and to develop their creative learning and community engagement expertise.
APPLY BY 9am on Friday 27th March 2020.
INTERVIEWS at WMC on Tuesday 31st March 2020.
Please let us know if we can support you with any access requirements.
Please see the job description and the application pack below – CVs not accepted.
For an informal chat, please call Cassie Tait on 01225 860110
Wiltshire Music Centre is welcoming submissions from creative arts practitioners for its Summer Fun programme for children and young adults, held from Monday 27th July – Friday 28th August.
We are looking for creative arts practitioners to deliver exciting, engaging and accessible workshops and courses as a part of the programme. We welcome submissions from new and returning workshop leaders. Click here to see last year's activities taking place in August 2019.
APPLY BY 6pm on Friday 13th March 2020
After consultations with several different groups of young people and families, we will decide on our full programme in early April.
To learn more about our programme and submit a workshop proposal, please go to the attached document for further details.
For an informal chat, please call Adam Laughton on 01225 860110
We are pleased to offer one-off and regular weekly work experience placements for young people seeking to gain an understanding of arts management – including programming and events coordination, marketing and fundraising, lighting and sound production and customer service.
If you are in Year 10 or above, and would like to find out about arranging a placement either through your school, or independently, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.