Music Hub Administrator

Bristol Beacon are looking for a new music hub administrator!

Music Hub Administrator

Music Hub Administrator, Creative Learning and Engagement 

Full-Time, 37 Hours, Salary £20,532 per annum

Now in its Ninth academic year Bristol Beacon is home to the award-winning music education hub for the city of Bristol.  As part of Creative Learning and Engagement (CLE) the Music Hub ensures that all children, whether in schools or community settings, can access and take part in high-quality musical activities. 

The Music Hub Administrator oversees the instrument hire and maintenance and plays a key part in communicating with visitors to their music education hub including parents, schools, tutors, and colleagues.  They will also provide support in the planning, preparation and implementation of pupil enrolment and admissions-related duties and music centre ensembles.  

You will have strong administration skills, preferably some experience of administration within an education setting, but this is not essential, good planning and organisational skills, and an interest in contributing to their aim of inspiring generations of young people.   

This is an exciting time to join them, Bristol Beacon has a vision to make Bristol the UK capital of Young People’s Music, and they are currently within our redevelopment period to transform Bristol Beacon into an international standard arts venue. 

They are committed to diversity, and they welcome applications from all sections of the community, They particularly encourage applications from disabled and ethnically diverse backgrounds as these groups are currently underrepresented within the arts and culture sectors. 

Closing date for applications: 9.00am on Monday 15 August 2022  

For more information on how to apply for this role and to view the job description, please go to the website - Music Hub Administrator | Bristol Beacon

Bristol Beacon recognise, respect and value individual difference.  They are committed to the wellbeing of their staff and to being an Equal Opportunities employer and attracting diverse talent from sections of the community currently underrepresented in the culture sector to help them to develop a more diverse workforce. 

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