Wigmore Hall Learning is working in partnership with Create Jobs to offer a new, paid, 6-month role through the Government’s Kickstart Scheme, for young people receiving Universal Credit.
The Trainee Learning Assistant will be part of a collaborative, experienced and supportive team in the Wigmore Hall Learning department, having the opportunity to develop skills in the administration and co-ordination of creative music making projects.
Wigmore Hall Learning leads events with young people with autism spectrum conditions, people living with dementia and their families and carers, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, families and young people who have experienced homelessness and poverty, and primary schools across London. We also offer a range of one-off events at Wigmore Hall for families, schools, young people and adults.
For more information and to apply: Trainee Learning Assistant | Jobs | About Us (wigmore-hall.org.uk)