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Office and Facilities Manager

£31,397 per year plus £1,500 London Weighting, as well as generous annual leave and pension scheme

Nordoff Robbins is at a very exciting time of its organisational development with plans to expand our service across the UK and bring to fruition our new 2024 vision for the charity. This role will support the London Centre and the Charity as a whole with office and facilities management, with a keen focus on project management as we continue our growth towards 2024 and beyond. The successful applicant will play a key role in developing strategies and procedures to best serve our facilities requirements, as well as contributing to the evolution of office and facilities management over time to ensure our services and resources meet the needs of the organisation.

The Office and Facilities Manager will play a vital role in the charity’s operations, not least by project managing all office and facilities projects; taking ownership of the office and facilities management in our London Head Office; ensuring our head office and regional hubs are welcoming and safe spaces for all our beneficiaries, colleagues and visitors; managing all external contractors relating to office services including maintenance, cleaning, etc and seeking best value on these contracts; and taking responsibility for Health and Safety and Environmental management.

Supporting the delivery of the charity’s strategic goals, you will be a collaborative team player reporting to the Head of People and Environment and managing the Office and Facilities Administrator.  You will need to be comfortable switching from project management and developing working practices and procedures to hands-on office and facilities management.

You will manage all day to day office and facilities operations, whilst also taking the lead in identifying and implementing improvements to our systems and processes to reflect best practise. You will have the opportunity to have a significant impact in modernising and streamlining all of our Health, Safety and Environmental practices as well as implementing policies

You will bring strong facilities skills coupled with office management and interpersonal skills to deliver a high quality, responsive service to colleagues in the London Centre and nationwide. A positive solution-focused attitude is essential, whilst strong planning skills coupled with the ability to multi task and see projects through to completion will be crucial to success in the role.

Job description

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 recruitment@nordoff-robbins.org.uk by no later than 5.00 pm on 23 April 2019.

Interviews will be held week beginning 29th April 2019.  Please note this role is subject to a DBS check.

 

Events Assistant

From £19,160 per year plus £1500 London Weighting, also generous annual leave and pension scheme

Nordoff Robbins is at a very exciting time of its organisation development with plans to expand our service across the UK and bring to fruition our new 2024 vision for the charity. This role will support the whole Events team with the operational delivery of our exciting fundraising events, including giving first class administrative support and acting as a first point of contact for key events.  

This is a busy and varied position, and as part of the role the successful applicant will provide day to day management of the Events mailbox, be responsible for diary co-ordination, orchestrate Committee meetings, liaise with suppliers and source events prizes and potential venues.  There will also be a close link with Finance as updating event budgets and raising invoices is also an important function of this role.  Strong organisational skills are required, as well as multi-tasking and resourcefulness.  The ability to provide clear, concise communication with internal and external stakeholders along with efficient and effective record keeping is vital.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about our work and have a real drive to help make a difference. Flexibility and a willingness to learn, as well as being a real team player are vital for this position.  This is a fantastic development and progression opportunity within the organisation, and you will be contributing to the strategic aims and goals of the Charity to help provide music therapy to all who need it.

Job description

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 recruitment@nordoff-robbins.org.uk by no later than 5.00 pm on 24 April 2019.

Interviews will be held week beginning 29th April at our centre in Lissenden Gardens, Kentish Town.

The role is subject to a basic DBS check.

 

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