About Future Talent
Founded in 2004 by The Duchess of Kent and Nicholas Robinson, we break down barriers, create opportunities and harness the power of music to transform the lives of young musicians across the UK.  

Our Development & Junior Programmes support gifted young musicians from low-income backgrounds by providing financial support, mentorship and guidance, and a variety of unique opportunities to build confidence, develop personal skills, and enhance their musical experience. These opportunities include expert masterclasses, workshops, mentoring sessions and performance opportunities.

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About the role
You will be based in the North of England – ideally Liverpool or Manchester – initially working remotely, paid part-time, two days a week. Our headquarters are located in London, with our second office due to open in Liverpool in Autumn 2021.

Joining the Relationship Team, you will:

•  Design and implement a diverse programme of development opportunities for our young musicians including workshops, masterclasses, mentoring and performances,
•  Provide Future Talent’s young musicians and their families with guidance and support regarding general musical development and the use of their financial award.

You will be primarily responsible for:

•  Managing and developing the Junior Programme, for musicians up to age 13 at an earlier stage of their musical development,
•  Being the main point of contact and support for young musicians on both programmes based in the North of England and Scotland.
Your experience
Candidates must have experience:

•  Working as a professional musician
•  Working both within a team and independently
•  Teaching or working with children or young adults, ideally in a musical setting
•  Managing and implementing events and projects, ideally related to music
Your skills
Candidates must be able to demonstrate the following skills and qualities:

•  High level of personal organisation
•  Ability to self-motivate and work independently
•  Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in both written and spoken communication
•  Ability to communicate with empathy, compassion and integrity
• Ability to communicate with vulnerable groups and to deal with personal, sensitive information responsibly
•  Thorough knowledge and understanding of specialist music education  
•  Thorough knowledge and understanding of the music industry
•  Varied and reliable personal network of music industry professionals
If you would like to use your creative and musical skills whilst gaining experience in a hands-on, busy and ambitious charity, this role is for you.
How to Apply
Please complete our online application form:
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Applications will close at midday on Monday 18 March 2021. Interviews will take place between 5-12 April 2021.
If you have any queries, please contact Minhaz Abedin (CEO) at minhaz@futuretalent.org or 020 3457 1313.

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