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Glasgow, no office base, work from home role with some travel
£20,000 pro-rata based on a 35 hour week
12 per week, flexible working pattern to be agreed
Job description to be reviewed and evaluated annually
17th September 2018
As demand for our work grows year on year we are looking for new staff to join our team and help grow the charity. We are seeking and enthusiastic and committed administrator to help support and expand our work in 2019. It requires providing efficient administrative and organisational support to the Creative Director, the team of musicians, the clients and their families. This job would suit somebody with a passion for the work that HMM does with excellent administrative skills to help expand this growing charity.
- Administering marketing and PR functions - managing social media outlets, website, liaising with the press and producing some marketing materials
- Day to day financial running - managing invoices and payroll
- PVG scheme memberships and paperwork for freelancers/volunteers - working with Volunteer Scotland to manage PVG scheme memberships and other administrative duties around safeguarding
- Preparation and upkeep of session resources - upkeep and repair of instruments, managing the HMM resource inventory and preparation of printed session resources.
- Support funding applications - providing financial information/reporting and organisational information for funding applications
- Supporting freelancers and volunteers - managing the logistics of their timetables and paperwork
- Coordinating timetabling and session scheduling - working with clients to ensure that they know when to attend and juggling session times to best suit
- Any other reasonable duties commensurate with this role’s skills and responsibilities, as requested.
Deadline for applications - 24/8/18
Interview date - 31/8/18
Who we are
Hear My Music is a Scottish charity (SC048278) enabling people with Complex Needs and/or Autism to express themselves as individuals through inclusive participant-led music making.
We are based in Glasgow and currently deliver projects all over Scotland. Our projects include:
- Long-term school projects
- Short break service projects
- Large scale multi-service projects
- School inclusion projects
- Weekly community-based music making sessions
- Long-term work with individuals
- Adult community music classes
- Staff training for councils, schools and short break centres
All our work is led by the key core principle, that individuals with complex needs have little control over their immediate environment, but when given an opportunity to express themselves and be fully listened to by influencing and controlling their musical environment, they find their voice, express themselves and are truly ‘heard’.
- It is the participants working within HMM that control and lead the creative music making process
- HMM focuses on the musicianship of all participants - the abilities and skills and not the disability.
- Consistency is key – we work with our participants for as long as they identify they want to and when possible always with the same HMM staff members
The difference that has been made to individuals’ lives has been well documented, many project participants and their families noting that the bespoke service that HMM can provide has opened up abilities that they didn’t have awareness of. HMM is committed to providing an environment for people to be listened to, giving people who can struggle to be heard the time and space to develop their abilities in the way that best suits them.