SISTEMA SCOTLAND: BIG NOISE TORRY OPERATIONS MANAGER

March 24, 2016 in All Opportunities, Other Opportunity by mwhiteside

SISTEMA SCOTLAND: BIG NOISE TORRY

OPERATIONS MANAGER

£26,523 to £29,583 per annum (plus 1% from 1 July 2016)

(plus relocation package of up to £7,500)

 

Following the successful launch of our third Big Noise centre in Torry Aberdeen last year, this is an exciting opportunity to join the programme as Operations Manager as we continue to roll out the second year of the programme in the Torry community.

 

Based on the internationally celebrated Venezuelan El Sistema programme, our vision is to transform lives with music.   We deliver our work through the creation of Big Noise programmes within communities, and we currently run three programmes in Raploch in Stirling, Govanhill in Glasgow and Torry in Aberdeen. We work with children from pre-school and primary school, adults and eventually children from secondary school.

 

We are looking for an Operations Manager who will support the Team Leader to ensure high quality procedures, processes and operational functions are embedded to ensure safety and maximise the success of the programme.

 

A skilled project manager with a passion for music, you will also have experience of working with volunteers and children along with the belief in the impact and transformative power music has for children and the wider community.

 

For further details please visit our website http://makeabignoise.org.uk/jobs/ where you can view the full job/person specification and complete our online application form (no CVs please). All successful applicants will be subject to PVG check.

 

For any additional information please e-mail hr@sistemascotland.org.uk or telephone 01786 462923.

 

We will be holding an open information event for interested applicants on Thursday 31 March – for further details please see the recruitment materials on our website.

 

Closing date for applications is Monday 11 April 2016 at 10am

The selection process will be held on Thursday 21 April 2016 in Aberdeen