Liverpool Philharmonic’s In Harmony programme has gone from strength to strength over the years, now working with over 1500 young people across North Liverpool. We’re currently looking for a Learning Projects Co-ordinator to help organise In Harmony programmes and activities for young people, their families and communities, and ensure that rehearsals and events all run smoothly and successfully.
You’ll be responsible for managing relationships with In Harmony participants, families, partners and stakeholders, serving as a first point of contact for all involved. You’ll also use evaluation and feedback from participants to help grow the project’s reach and diversity. If you’re a motivated and organised communicator, with a keen eye for detail and a great knowledge of music, this might just be the perfect role for you.
The salary for this role is £20,800.
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Applications are due by 12 noon on Monday 20 February 2023. No applications will be accepted after this time.
All applicants must have the right to work in the UK.
Short-listed candidates will be invited to attend an interview Tuesday 28 February or Wednesday 1 March 2023 which will be held at Liverpool Philharmonic’s offices.