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Artist Development Manager

Part-time (3 days/wk)|Permanent|10am – 6pm (though working outside these is a requirement of the role)|Salary £30k – £33k pa (pro-rata) + generous benefits package

The Role

The role of Artist Development  Manager is key to the work of Tomorrow’s Warriors in preparing  young artists  to become artists, music leaders  and successful professionals in the music industry. The post-holder will  take  a proactive approach to manage the programme. This involves working with music leaders  and the artistic director on course content, reviews of progress  and regular evaluations. It will involve an overview of  progression from registration, to new artists to emerging artists and  alumni. The Artist Development Manager plays an important part in developing  the content of our programmes and initiating  projects that grow artists confidence as musicians. The post-holder will also  work with internal colleagues and  external partners creating new initiatives that advance further aspects of their musicianship and their ability to be role-models to others. 

This is a key role within Tomorrow’s Warriors management structure. As Artist Development Manager, you will be at the helm of an exciting growth programme, ensuring that quality and the TW model of pedagogy are at the heart of all future developments.

You will need the ambition and confidence to contribute and implement strategies and programmes in support of the organisation’s vision and mission, and devise and deliver a high quality learning, development and  engagement programme that increases the reach, impact and income of the Learning and Training  team.

You will line manage  a team of part-time/freelance operational staff including the Learning and Production Coordinator, music leaders and volunteers. Our Learning & Participation team currently includes our office-based team:  Artist Development Manager (you) and the Learning & Production Coordinator (part-time), plus our core team of freelance artists/music leaders, and a small number of volunteers (e.g. parents, alumni). The office-based team works closely with our artistic, marketing, special projects and development leads.

The nature of our business and of the role is such that the incumbent will be required to attend meetings and events all over the UK (and potentially overseas) which will include some evening, weekend and/or bank holiday working.

The successful applicant will be based at our offices in Harrow, NW London. Our nearest station is Harrow & Wealdstone – 14 mins on the fast train from London Euston mainline, plus good connections with Clapham/Willesden/Watford Junctions. The Bakerloo tube line also terminates here.

We are keen to appoint so will review applications as they come in,  so early applications  are encouraged.

We require the successful candidate to start immediately if possible

  • Unfortunately, we can only respond to applicants who are shortlisted for interview.
  • Appointment to this post will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
  • Tomorrow’s Warriors is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from candidates from all backgrounds.

To apply, please send your CV along with a supporting statement and completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to debra.peltz@tomorrowswarriors.org

Tel: 020 8424 2807. We are a small part-time team so emails are preferable.

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 

Recruitment Timetable
We will be reviewing applications as they come in so early applications are encouraged

Due to the volume of applications we receive, we cannot respond to every application. If you have not heard from us by 16 April we thank you for your interest but unfortunately, we will not be taking your application to the next stage.

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