Make Some Noise is excited to offer two new roles to enable children and young people to develop their personal resilience and thrive as a result of engaging in empowering music opportunities.

Make Some Noise is highly regarded for its work with children, young people and families, regularly contributing to strategic development on a local and regional scale. Predominantly working with organisations across Staffordshire & Stoke on Trent, we are interested in challenging perceptions and offering new ways to move lives beyond disadvantage through music.

Job title: Project Coordinator (job reference PC01/19)

  • Salary: £15,796 – £18,278 pro rata (depending on skills and experience)
  • Contract Between 12 – 18 hours per week.
  • Flexible hours reflecting project needs. Fixed term contract for 12 months, subject to funding.
  • Office Base: Central Stafford

You will work alongside the Programme Development Officer to provide project coordination support on a range of inclusive music-making programmes.

There will be a focus on progression pathways and youth-led projects to enable and empower participants e.g. looked after children, emerging young musicians and young people at risk of marginalisation.

You will also deliver / co-deliver sessions that develop personal, social and musical skills of children and young people who are dealing with challenging circumstances and have additional needs, ranging from one to one / small and large groups.

Job title: Project Coordinator (job reference PC02/19)

  • Salary: £15,796 – £18,278 pro rata (depending on skills and experience)
  • Contract Between 15 – 20 hours per week. Flexible hours reflecting project needs.
  • Fixed term contract for 12 months, subject to funding
  • Office Base: Central Stafford

You will work alongside the Programme Development Officer to provide project coordination support on a range of inclusive music-making programmes.

There will be a focus on social action/volunteering and marginalised groups e.g. families and school communities.

You will also deliver / co-deliver sessions that develop personal, social and musical skills of children and young people who are dealing with challenging circumstances and have additional needs, ranging from one to one / small and large groups.

Please note that applications received after this time and without a completed application form, will not be considered.

We look forward to receiving your application. As we are a small team, Make Some Noise is not able to respond to each applicant individually. If you are not invited to an interview by 12th March 2019, then unfortunately you have not been shortlisted.

If you have any questions about the role, please email helen@make-some-noise.com