Project Manager- Full Time (32 hours per week)
Salary circa £35,000
musicALL is looking for a dynamic, forward thinking, ambitious individual to join us as our Project Manager- one of the key members of our small core team.
musicALL is an innovative Glasgow-based charity working with disabled and neurodivergent people to access opportunities across music making activities.
‘musicALL Pathways’ provides high quality music tuition, rehearsal, and performance opportunities for hundreds of disabled and neurodivergent young people each year through our Make Your Own Kind of Music bands project in Additional Support for Learning (ASL) secondary schools, and our Move On Up bands project for school leavers.
‘musicALL Presents’ supports established acts, including our band in residence the Fridays to bring their music to wider audiences through projects that focus on artistic and audience development opportunities including recording; marketing and distribution; and live performance.
‘musicALL Hubs’ will support disabled and non-disabled musicians across Scotland through the creation of a new digital resource to develop and deliver projects in their communities, helping to overcome geographical barriers, develop inclusive creative communities throughout the country, and support musicALL’s aim to achieve cultural change on a national level.
The Project Manager will lead on the delivery of all of our regular activities and, working closely with the Executive Director; Creative Lead; and Information and Content Creator, oversee the management of our audience facing events, including professional level gigs in venues across Scotland and launch campaigns for music recorded by our inclusive bands.
Our mission is to make people heard through music, and our vision is that music activities and opportunities are fairer, more inclusive, and open to talented individuals regardless of their background especially for those who are disabled and / or neurodivergent.
With this vision we hope to promote a fairer, inclusive society where disabled people feel valued and supported to fully access all aspects of the Glasgow music scene without facing prejudice.
Applicants must be committed to working to this vision, and as part of the Senior Management team driving forward our strategy for growth across our projects which ultimately aim to provide greater opportunities for musicians who are disabled and / or neurodivergent.
To apply, please download our Project Manager Application Pack for full job description and person specification, and respond with a cover letter and CV, including two named referees to Rob Gallagher, Executive Director, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, by the closing date on Friday 28th July at 5pm.
musicALL is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people from all backgrounds, including disabled and neurodiverse applicants.
Please advise us of any support requirements, or contact us for any further information in support of your application; including the option for a pre-application meeting on 07853 613 496 or email email@example.com to arrange a discussion.
All musicALL employees are required to undertake a protection of vulnerable groups check (PVG).