LOV Opportunity: LOV Music Project Coordinator
Mobile Working/A range of office bases available across Lincolnshire – please see list of venues in supporting document.
Lincolnshire One Venues (LOV) is a network of 11 visual and performing arts centres, established to create a more coherent arts offer across a large and predominately rural county.
With support from the National Foundation for Youth Music LOV are seeking a young Project Coordinator to join the LOV Young People’s Project team to support the coordination of the LOV Music Strand.
If you have the enthusiasm and commitment to work with young people, artists and venues, have an interest in music, are extremely well organised and self-motivated then LOV want to hear from you.
The LOV Music Project Coordinator will work closely with the LOV Young People’s Project Team to provide dedicated support for the delivery of the LOV Music strand of work.
Applicants will need to be able to work on their own initiative, have good organisational skills and a proven interest or experience of working in the arts/with music and with young people.
The role may include some weekend and evening work and access to own transport is essential as the team work across the whole of Lincolnshire.
Due to the funding for this post applicants must be aged 18 – 24 years. The post is currently set at 25 hours per week for 52 weeks at NMW.
A full job description can be downloaded here and advice on the application process is available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. We also request you submit an equal opportunities form with your application, please click here to download it.
Please return your completed application form and equal opportunities form to email@example.com by 9am on Wednesday 20thJuly 2016. After this time applications will not be accepted. Please note that only electronic applications will be accepted.
Successful short listed applicants will be notified by Friday 22nd July 2016 with interviews on Tuesday 26thJuly 2016. Interviews will take place at Lincoln Drill Hall. As part of your interview you will be expected to give a short presentation and take part in a planned exercise which will be explained to those shortlisted.