Creative Learning Operations Coordiantor, Sage Gateshead


Job Information

Job Title: Creative Learning Operations Coordinator

Department & Team: Young People’s Programme and Public Engagement teams  

Location: Sage Gateshead and may include some regional and national travel

Working Hours: 36 hours per week. The role may include some evening & weekend work

Salary:The salary for this post is £22,246 (SCP 24).

Duration of the role: Fixed term until 31st June 2019

Overall purpose of the job

  • To coordinate efficient operations, systems and internal communications to ensure the effective delivery of Sage Gateshead’s Young People’s (YPP) and Public Engagement (PE) Programmes.
  • To be the YPP and PE teams first point of contact for Sage Gateshead’s Business Support team
  • To contribute to the achievement of Key Performance Indictors through accurate setting and monitoring of budgets; coordination of data and information and coordination of quarterly and annual planning cycles.
  • To support the effective coordination of Human Resources through contracting Musicians and Tutors, coordinating payroll processes and Performance Development Reviews (PDRs).
  • To ensure high quality pastoral support and safeguarding for children and young people and vulnerable adults through coordination of YPP and PE safeguarding protocols and convening a Pastoral Care team. 


  • A level standard education or equivalent qualification
  • At least 2 years relevant experience working in administration
  • Previous experience of financial/budget monitoring
  • Excellent administration skills
  • Excellent coordination skills, including:
  • Schedule production
  • Systems implementation
  • Coordination of people and resources
  • Financial monitoring
  • Expert in Microsoft tools including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, database management, especially
  • Tessitura and Artifax
  • Excellent organisational skills, with ability to manage a complex workload and prioritise effectively
  • Skills and confidence in communicating with people from a wide range of backgrounds
  • Accuracy in data input, word processing and spreadsheet use
  • The ability to manage your own workload, working on your own and as part of a team.
  • Positive and professional approach to work
  • Excellent problem-solving skills, showing initiative and a can-do attitude

How to Apply

Applications must be made on a North Music Trust online application form:

Deadline 9am on Monday 18th February