In this role you will be responsible for investing in and developing a portfolio of Music and Music Education related organisations and individuals, as well as sharing your expertise across the whole range of artforms and disciplines supported by the Arts Council.
You will have a commitment to diversity and inclusion. You will also need to be able to support others to make positive change, and be comfortable communicating with colleagues and external contacts at all levels.
The role will involve advice giving, writing clear and concise reports, assessing projects, monitoring client performance, and undertaking financial and data analysis. Further training in all necessary skills will be given as part of your induction and on an ongoing basis.
If this sounds like you, Arts Council England would really like to hear from you.
Currently, D/deaf and Disabled People, those from Black and Ethnically Diverse backgrounds, and people under 30 are under-represented in ACE’s workforce, so they particularly encourage applications from people in these groups. Arts Council is committed to ensuring that all Disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for the post will be guaranteed an interview.
Before the deadline they are holding 2x informal virtual drop-ins hosted by people currently working at ACE in similar roles where they will share what it’s like to work at the organisation and answer any questions people may have about the role.
Relationship Managers come from lots of different backgrounds: musicians, composer / creators, performers, producers, administrators, from the broadcast / recording industry, venue managers, publishers and we are keen reach out to those who may not have considered a job at ACE before.
Deadline: midnight 5th November