Learning & Engagement

Salary: £20,000 p.a. (pro rata)

Hours: 0.4FTE or 14 hours per week equivalent

Reporting to: Learning & Engagement Manager

Closing date: Tuesday 9th August 10am

Interviews: Thursday 18th August (online)

Location: National – flexible location with home-working, must be able to travel regularly to activity and meetings throughout the UK. In particular to designated regions where we are delivering Learning & Engagement programme activity.


Job summary: 

The Learning & Engagement Coordinator will provide support to the Learning & Engagement Manager, in the planning, coordination, delivery and evaluation of a range of NYCGB participatory projects.

The post, which is part of the creative and learning team, will have a focus on supporting the development and delivery of NYCGB’s Learning & Engagement programme including work in schools, with Music Hubs and other key partnerships and regional relationships. This will include working in educational settings as well as participating in events covering the wider music education sector. The role will be supporting NYCGB’s strategic plans for the expansion and development of new strands of activity, as well as actively working towards raising the reach and profile of NYCGB’s work in priority areas.

The successful candidate will also provide flexible support for the delivery of NYCGB creative and engagement activity, on an occasional basis as and when required.

The ideal candidate will:

  • be creative and motivated with a passion for facilitating participatory youth arts programmes.
  • be keen to explore and develop new ways of engaging young people in singing activity.
  • be collaborative, open and solution focused.
  • be able to work to deadlines and as part of the NYCGB creative and learning team.

We are champions of inclusivity and welcome applications community-wide and from across the UK.

We particularly encourage people who are from groups currently underrepresented in our workforce to apply. This includes candidates from Black, Asian and other ethnically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as D/deaf, disabled or neurodiverse.


To Apply

Please download and complete the application form and an equal opportunities monitoring forms and email them to [email protected] with the job title in the email header.

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For informal enquires contact: [email protected]

Application deadline: Tuesday 9th August 2022 10am

Online interviews: Thursday 18th August 2022