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Marketing & Communications Director, Making Music

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We are looking for a part-time Marketing and Communications Director to develop and lead on our marketing, communications, media and income-generating strategies.

Making Music is the UK membership organisation for leisure-time music groups, with 3,400 member groups, comprising approximately 180,000 individuals. We support members with practical services to help them run their groups, and with artistic development opportunities; we facilitate meetings and events for members; we also celebrate and showcase their achievements and speak on their behalf to a range of partners, potential collaborators and policy makers.

This new role forms part of the senior management team, and we’re hoping to find someone who can help us support, stand up for and celebrate groups of people making and presenting music together in their leisure time across the UK, and make sure that Making Music grows and cements its financial sustainability in order to deliver that work. Making Music is a charity with 10 full-time equivalent staff and a turnover of approximately £600k.

We are looking for someone for 3 days a week (21 hours); these can be worked flexibly, by negotiation with the rest of the Marketing and Communications team and line manager. Salary £33k pro rata (=£19.8k a year for 3dpw). The postholder would manage and oversee the work of the Communications & Marketing Manager (full-time role) and the Marketing & Communications Officer (3 days per week).

We warmly welcome applications from all sectors of the community and all kinds of individuals, including from disabled candidates. Please let us know if you need this job information - or would like to apply for the job - in a different format.

Please apply with your CV and a letter by 9am on Monday 16 July 2018 THIS IS AN EXTENSION OF THE DEADLINE. Interviews will be on Friday 20 July in our office in London. You will hear from us by 11am on Tuesday 17 July if we would like to interview you.

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