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Music Services Administrator

Part time 3 days per week

Salary £12,690 per annum (£21,150 pa FTE)

Nordoff Robbins is currently recruiting for a part-time Music Services Administrator based at our new Music Therapy Centre in Newcastle.  The Music Services Administrator will be at the heart of the successful operation of this new centre and will provide the opportunity to make a real difference whilst gaining a breadth of experience in an ambitious and growing charity.

The Music Services Administrator will play an important role in the charity’s Music Services operation by delivering effective Music Services administration to the Yorkshire and North East Region.  They will also support the Regional Manager deliver high quality, efficient administrative tasks as well as carry out general front of house duties.

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 10am on Monday 16th April 2018.  Interviews will be held on Thursday 19th April 2018.

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Events Fundraising Assistant

Salary: £22,650

An exciting opportunity for a highly organised Events Fundraising Assistant.

We are looking for a confident and talented individual to assist the Events Fundraising Team in the delivery and development of an integral area of the business. 

Working closely with the Events Manager, you will be responsible for the smooth running of the department through a mix of event delivery assistance and administration: liaising with suppliers, supporters and donors; taking ownership of event and financial databases, and attending fundraising events to support their success.

Based out of the newly refurbished London Headquarters in Kentish Town, designed from the ground up to focus on music therapy and featuring beautiful modern music rooms, this is a truly inspiring work space which would really suit someone looking to work in a non-traditional charity environment.

To be successful in this role it is essential you have previous experience working within a target driven team; possess strong IT skills and prior experience of databases; preparation of presentations, and experience in using social media for business purposes.

Due to the range of stakeholders you would be interacting with, both internally and externally, excellent interpersonal and communication skills are paramount, along with a keen eye for detail.

A busy and rewarding role, you will need to be extremely organised with great time management and a focus to deliver.

Previous experience in the fundraising arena, and a degree in Events, Marketing, Communications (or other relevant field) would also be highly desirable.

The hours are 10:00 - 18:00, with a requirement to work flexibly to meet the needs and attendance of events outside of office hours.

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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