Make Some Noise is excited to be growing its Programmes Team by offering two new Programme Coordinator roles.  Each post will be required to coordinate our pioneering flagship programmes that sit under the two Thematic Priorities, ‘Early Childhood Development’ and ‘Complex Communities’.

We are looking for highly organised and methodical individuals, experienced in either creative early years provision or music to support traumatic and challenging circumstances. Being a musician is not vital to these roles; these positions are ideal for passionate and hard-working candidates who will champion the importance of inclusive and fun music-making opportunities and that music acts as a catalyst to unlock the extraordinary potential in children and young people.

Job reference PC01/20

Job title: Programme Coordinator (Early Childhood Development)

Starting Salary: £18,000 pro rata

Contract between 10 – 18hours per week (subject to change, depending on funding)

Fixed term contract for 9 months, subject to funding.

Office Base:  Central Stafford (during pandemic homeworking required)

You will work alongside the Head of Operations & Programmes to provide project coordination support on Early Childhood Development Thematic Priority for Make Some Noise developing the Soundpots and UpBeat Programmes as well as future pilot programmes.

Job reference PC02/20

Job title: Programme Coordinator (Complex Communities)

Starting Salary: £18,000 pro rata

Contract between 10 – 18hours per week (subject to change, depending on funding)

Fixed term contract for 9 months, subject to funding.

Office Base:  Central Stafford (during pandemic homeworking required)

You will work alongside the Head of Operations & Programmes to provide project coordination support on Complex Communities Thematic Priority for Make Some Noise developing the Stoke Young Parents and Positive Sounds Looked After Children Programmes as well as future pilot music-making programmes.

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Please note:  If you wish to apply for both of these roles it will require separate application forms addressing the relevant person specification/job description criteria.  They are two separate part time roles and cannot be combined into one full time post.