Programme Manager, Music, British Council, Manchester

Deadline: Sunday 15 November at 23:59. Paid.

Location: Manchester

This role leads on the development of music programmes across all genres across 1 – 3 regions of the world, and will contribute to the development of cross-cutting, cross art-form and cross-Departmental programmes (English, Education and Society) as appropriate. The Programme Manager works closely with Arts Managers and other British Council staff overseas to agree programmes and activities which respond appropriately to local opportunity and context, contributing to the British Council’s cultural relations purpose. S/he provides the connection to the UK sector and is able to draw upon a wide-ranging knowledge of contemporary UK music across a wide range of genres and network of UK contacts to provide specialist advice, contributing to project design, implementation, management and evaluation.

Context
The British Council has offices in over 100 countries around the world, and was founded to create ‘a friendly knowledge and understanding’ between the people of the UK and wider world by making a positive contribution to the countries we work with.

Music Department is one of the six specialist art forms in Arts Group, and works with the British Council’s global network of offices to achieve significant impact and change by finding new ways of connecting and seeing each other through the arts.

Essential knowledge and experience
– A good, wide knowledge of UK contemporary music across a range of genres, and the ability to make critical judgements
– A good network of contacts across the UK music sector.
– Substantial recent professional experience in the UK music sector

Benefits:
Competitive package offered, including
– Generous pension
– 32 days annual leave
– Flexible working policy

To submit your application, please visit the British Council job portal.

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