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Music Services assistant (12 month FTC) - London

£19,801 plus £1,500 (FTE) London Weighting per annum pro rata

Hours: 16 or 20 hours per week, flexible working pattern

Nordoff Robbins is currently looking for an experienced part time Music Services Assistant who will play an important role in the charity’s Music Services operation team by delivering effective administration and staffing of our reception area.

The post holder will work closely with the National Music Services Co-ordinator to ensure that the reception function is well run, and that clients, visitors and callers have a positive experience when they spend time with us. Many of our visitors lead challenging lives and include vulnerable children and adults, therefore this role will be subject to a basic DBS check.

This is a varied role, you will be the first point of contact for visitors. The ideal candidate is friendly, organised with an excellent telephone manner and interpersonal communication skills, is confident in the use of the internet, Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Outlook and has a high level of attention to detail. 

To apply, please send a copy of your CV along with a covering letter explaining how you meet the person specification for this role to by no later than 12.00 pm on Wednesday 27th February 2019. 

Interviews will be held on Friday 8th March 2019

Job description

Monitoring & Evaluation Assitant - Scotland

(22-month fixed term contract)

Salary: £7,664 per annum pro rata (FTE £19,160 pa).  Part time, 2 days per week (16 hours)

The research team at Nordoff Robbins is looking for a Monitoring and Evaluation Assistant, based in Scotland (Glasgow or Edinburgh) to contribute to service evaluation and impact assessment activities.

The ideal candidate will:

  • co-ordinate short term evaluation projects, (which includes communicating directly with our music therapists),
  • collate numeric and text data
  • explore engaging representations of data
  • create reports for different purposes.

The successful candidate will have excellent attention to detail in project planning and data analysis, highly organised, enjoys working in a small team and collaborating generously with colleagues.

Job description

To apply please send your CV and a Cover Letter clearly stating how you meet the Person Specifications for this role to by no later than 12.00 pm on Tuesday 19th February 2019.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 28th February 2019 in Edinburgh.

Music Therapists

Are you a graduate of the Nordoff Robbins training scheme and keen to start working with us as a music therapist? You can find out more about what it takes, and what we have to offer you with our Alumni Role Application Pack