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Help Musicians UK provides help, support and opportunities to empower musicians at all stages of their lives.

We are a spirited and energetic team who are passionate about music and are inspired to make a positive impact on others. Our working environment is supportive and we value those who work with us. We’re committed to equal opportunities and look for vibrant, dedicated people who will help us achieve our objectives.

Details of all the roles that we are currently recruiting for can be found below.

 

 

Senior Health and Welfare Officer - Visiting Service

Contract Type:            Permanent contract – 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

Salary:                       Dependant on candidate experience

 

We have an exciting opportunity to join our London team in a Senior Health and Welfare Officer - Visiting Service role. You will be managing the development and operational delivery of the home visiting service, including supervising 9 Regional Visitors, over 20 Volunteer Visitors and one full-time Health and Welfare Officer.

This will involve offering advice and guidance to visitors regarding difficult cases, as well as liaising with relevant healthcare practitioners where appropriate to ensure that beneficiaries have the necessary support in place. You will lead and facilitate two annual training sessions for Regional Visitors, liaising with external training providers when necessary.

On occasion, you will be required to represent Help Musicians UK at relevant external music conferences and events; this will include speaking on industry panels and presenting about our work.

 

To be successful you will need experience of:

-       Working in a relevant social, health, or welfare field at a senior level

-       Effectively managing a large and varied workload

-       Delivering and leading presentations and/or training

-       Managing a team of staff members and/or volunteers

-       Conducting home visits to vulnerable individuals

-       Managing a large caseload

-       Developing support packages for vulnerable individuals          

-       Project management

-       Making decisions about offering financial support to vulnerable individuals

 

You will also have:

-       Finance skills – managing and setting budgets

-       Knowledge and understanding of the welfare system

-       Ability to use CRM and IT to an advanced level

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast-growing organisation and to work to achieve the charity’s ambitions to support career and creative opportunities for music makers and the industry.

 

To apply please download the job description and complete the application forms below.

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 1 May at 12pm

All enquiries and applications should be made to recruitment@helpmusicians.org.uk

T: 020 7239 9100

 

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Health and Welfare Officer

Contract Type:            Permanent contract – 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)  

Salary:                       Dependant on candidate experience

 

We have an exciting opportunity to join our London team in a Health and Welfare Officer role, in which you will be providing person-centered support and assistance to musicians based around the U.K. You will conduct home visits throughout the U.K. to musicians requesting support. This will involve assessing initial applications for assistance and making executive decisions about what support Help Musicians UK can offer.

You will be responsible for making grant decisions of up to £1,000 in line with the Health and Welfare team policy. Working closely with other members of the Health and Welfare team, you will ensure the efficient delivery of Emerging Musicians Health Scheme, providing support of up to £750 for musicians who are at either the beginning of their career or studying.

 

To be successful you will need experience of:

-       Working in the health and social care sector

-       Conducting home visits and/or assessments for individuals requesting support

-       Managing a large caseload

-       Assessing financial need and offering grants to support individuals

-       Assessing initial applications and making decisions about support packages

 

Skills and Knowledge:

-       Knowledge of the health and welfare systems

-       A full U.K Driver’s license is desirable due to a large portion of the role involving travel across the U.K.

-       A good knowledge and understanding of the music industry

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast-growing organisation and to work to achieve the charity’s ambitions to support career and creative opportunities for music makers and the industry.

To apply please download the job description and complete the application forms below.

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 1 May at 12pm

All enquiries and applications should be made to recruitment@helpmusicians.org.uk

T: 020 7239 9100

 

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Director of Communication and Business Services

We currently have an exciting opportunity to join our London team as a Director of Communication and Business Services. Please follow the link below for further details on the role and how to apply.

http://green-park-jobs.co.uk/helpmusiciansuk-dobs/index.php

Deadline for applications: 9am on Tuesday 23 April 2019

 

 

Philanthropy and Legacy Officer

Contract Type:            Permanent contract – 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

Flexible working arrangements will be considered for the right candidate. Please contact us to discuss.

 

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team in London in a Philanthropy and Legacy Officer role. In consultation with the Philanthropy Manager, you will plan and implement the major donor strategy to develop and grow the income generated through major giving. You will liaise directly with other fundraising team members to capitalise on activity across other income streams (and charity departments) that may facilitate major donor fundraising, making recommendations to the Fundraising Director on identified opportunities

Working with the Philanthropy Manager and the Fundraising Director, you will work on an existing pipeline of donors whilst working with key internal contacts to expand the number of prospects you are working on. You will work on our calendar of exclusive stewardship events including our flagship event, the Festival of St Cecilia which celebrates its 73rd year in 2019. Additionally, you will be an integral part of the relaunch of our high net worth giving club, and lead on its stewardship programme.

Legacy fundraising is the backbone of the organisation and as such, a new strategy is being developed to recruit new legacy pledgers. Alongside the Philanthropy Manager, you will help to launch the new campaign in Summer/Autumn 2019 to steward existing legators and ensure their continued support and establish a pipeline of prospective legacy pledgers.

 

To be successful you will need:

-     Good knowledge of fundraising techniques and principles

-     Specialist knowledge of major donor fundraising

-     Specialist knowledge of best practice donor stewardship

-     Specialist knowledge of how to make the ask

-     Specialist knowledge of relationship building

-     Good knowledge of Legacy fundraising

-     At least three years’ experience working within a major donor fundraising role, ideally in the arts / culture / charity sector

-     Experience of working with high profile individuals from a range of different backgrounds and the associated challenges

-     Experience of working on a pipeline of major donor prospects across all stages of solicitation, from cold through to conversion including making the ask

-     Experience of successfully working towards an agreed financial target

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast-growing organisation and to work to achieve the charity’s ambitions to support career and creative opportunities for music makers and the industry.

 

To apply please download the job description and complete the application forms below.

All enquiries and applications should be made to recruitment@helpmusicians.org.uk

T: 020 7239 9100

 

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Who we have helped

“Help Musicians UK supported me emotionally and financially through serious illness.  They also helped my string quartet, the Ligeti Quartet, expand into Europe through their awards programme.”

Mandhira, 34, Violinist
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