WORK FOR US

 

Music and singing lie at the heart of our programmes. Our approach focusses on teacher training and development, workforce development, learning resources and providing strategic support and consultancy for partners in the music education sector. If your values align with ours and you’re passionate about musical education for children, please see below to find out more about our current vacancies. 

Current Vacancies

CHIEF EXECUTIVE 

Voices Foundation’s Board of Trustees is seeking an outstanding and talented individual with strong business acumen and a passion for music education. We are looking for a confident leader who will inspire, motivate and support staff, practitioners, donors and other stakeholders alike.

 

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a keen ability to support the team by providing consistent focus and clarity on priorities. They will have the experience required to drive continued improvement in fundraising and school recruitment, and to effectively manage the finances of the organisation as we look to move back to growth after the impact of Covid-19. They will be a confident presenter, with experience of acting as a spokesperson for their organisation. They will also be knowledgeable about marketing and communications with the ability to effectively build a brand.

 

Salary: £55,000-£60,000 depending on experience

 

Deadline for Applications: Midday, Tuesday 6th April 2021

 

Application process

Please send your CV and a cover letter (no more than 3 sides of A4) explaining why you think this is the right role for you and why you are the right person for the Voices Foundation to Lowri Davies at vf@voices.org.uk.

  • Deadline for applications – midday Tuesday 6th April 2021
  • First stage interviews – week commencing 12th April 2021
  • Final interviews – week commencing 26th April 2021

 

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We are an equal opportunities employer

Voices Foundation is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to ensuring within the framework of the law that our workplaces are free from unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender (including gender reassignment), sexuality, religion or beliefs, marital status, disability, age, pregnancy or trade union membership, or the fact that they are a part-time worker or a fixed-term employee.

 

We aim to ensure that our employees achieve their full potential and that all employment decisions are taken without reference to irrelevant or discriminatory criteria.

 

Recruitment procedures will be reviewed regularly to ensure that individuals are treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities and sufficiently diverse sectors of the community are reached. Job selection criteria will be regularly reviewed to ensure that they are justifiable on non-discriminatory grounds as being essential for the effective performance of the job.