Ensembles, Events & Media Coordinator
Cognus Limited is looking to appoint an innovative and enthusiastic Ensembles, Events & Media Coordinator that shares Sutton Music Service’s vision to help every young person in the borough make, be inspired by, and celebrate the music they love. The successful candidate will coordinate the day-to-day operations of our eight instrumental ensembles and two choirs. They will support the conductors and tutors, deal with inquiries, and assist with invoicing. They will manage applications, student progression between ensembles and ensure that our musical groups maintain a high profile.
The successful candidate will need to be able to commit to evening work during the term time, have a ‘can do’ attitude and deliver high levels of customer care. They will be highly literate and numerate with IT skills that include a working knowledge of Office 365 and SharePoint systems. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a confident phone manner are essential, as is the ability to work with initiative and take on responsibility where appropriate.
With its roots going back to the 1960s, Sutton Music Service, part of Cognus Limited, is the lead partner in the Sutton Music Education Hub. Over 800 students are currently engaged with our Vocal & Instrumental Tuition, Ensembles and/or Instrument Hire. Over 2100 primary school-aged pupils are learning an instrument as part of our First Access Whole Class Ensemble Tuition (WCET) programme. Sutton Music Service is an outstanding Music Service with a reputation for excellence and is proud to be committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
You will give us great commitment and in return we offer an excellent package including:
• regular support and supervision
• an excellent group of leaders as colleagues
• excellent CPD opportunities
• flexible working including home working
• workplace pension scheme
• Perkbox and Sovereign Healthcare Cashback plans
• Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
Sutton Music Service
Industry Education, Administration
Apply by 28/01/2022 9:00 am
Salary/Bursary £20,969.26 Pro Rata per annum