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Help Musicians is an independent charity with an extraordinary history. For nearly 100 years we have provided a broad spectrum of help, support and opportunities to empower professional musicians through times of great need and times of opportunity, providing a lifetime of support when it is needed most.

Right now, musicians need our help more than ever with concerts cancelled for the foreseeable future musicians right across the UK need help with hardship funding; health and welfare services and business support.

Join us and help make a real difference to the lives of musicians.

You can find details of the roles we are currently recruiting for below.

 

HR Advisor

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

Reporting to: Head of Human Resources

Location: London WC1X - currently working full-time from home

Salary: up to £35,000 per annum (dependent on candidate experience) plus 10% pension, health care cash plan and a range of other great benefits

 

About the role

As our HR Advisor you’ll be responsible for delivering a high-quality HR service to colleagues across the charity (based in London, Belfast and Glasgow). Working with a passionate team, you’ll ensure you understand managers’ needs, what they have to achieve and how HR can enable them to deliver their plans.

It is a truly generalist role where you’ll develop a wide range of HR experience through overseeing recruitment campaigns, advising and coaching managers on all people management areas and delivering to our people strategy, including supporting the Head of HR with our employee wellbeing and engagement plans.

About you

To be successful you will need previous HR experience at a similar level, with direct experience of effectively advising managers on a range of people matters and plans.

You’ll ideally be CIPD qualified and your knowledge of employment legislation and HR best practice will ensure your advice is sound and pragmatic. You’ll be a clear communicator, collaborative with effective interpersonal skills, and able to manage competing priorities effectively to ensure the delivery of a high-quality HR service.  

This is a fantastic opportunity to make a difference, in a supportive and dynamic team working to achieve the charity’s ambitions to support musicians, providing a lifetime of support when it is needed most.  

 

To apply, please donwload and complete the application forms linked below.

Deadline for applications: 5.00pm on Wednesday 29th July 2020

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

T: 020 7239 9100

 

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Fundraising and Volunteer Officer (Nation)

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

Salary:                         £23,000 to £28,000 per annum depending on candidate experience

Location:                    Glasgow, Scotland, though currently home working

 

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team in Scotland for an experienced and entrepreneurial National Fundraising and Volunteer Officer. Co-developing and delivering against a National Fundraising Plan, you will focus on community fundraising and volunteer development across all of Scotland creating targeted charity opportunities through local partnerships.

The successful candidate will have worked within the charitable sector full-time for a minimum of 3 years, developing and delivering successful Fundraising and Volunteer strategies across a wide range of communities. You will also have experience running community fundraising and volunteer campaigns.  A love of music and a passion to drive support for musicians through innovative ways of fundraising and volunteer development is essential.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join us in the year before our Centenary celebrations to achieve the charity’s aim of providing a lifetime of support for musicians when it’s needed the most.

 

To apply, please donwload and complete the application forms linked below. 

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

T: 020 7239 9100

Deadline for applications: Thursday 30th July 2020 at 12 noon.

Interviews will be held remotely via Microsoft Teams in August 2020.


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Digital Communications Officer

Contract Type: Permanent, 35 hours per week, 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday

Reporting to: Communications & PR Manager

Location: London WC1X, however currently home working

Salary: circa £27k per annum (dependent on candidate experience)

 

Overview of role

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Digital Communications Officer. You will work with the Communications & PR Manager to develop and implement the charity’s digital communications plan. Reaching more musicians with news of how we can help them and engaging supporters in why it’s important to engage with our work.

You will manage content deployment on our social channels, updating the Charity’s website and other digital content to ensure consistency.

To be successful you will have previous experience within a Digital Communications and Marketing role, great organisation and communication skills and a passion for music. You will also need up to date knowledge and understanding of current digital and social media landscape, and a good working knowledge of InDesign and video editing software would also be an advantage.

 

To apply, please download and complete the application forms linked below.

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

T: 020 7239 9100

Deadline for applications: 9:00am on Monday 20th July 2020.

Interviews will be held remotely via Microsoft Teams on week commencing 27th July 2020.

 

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