Please note that applications for this role are now closed.
We are very excited to announce that we are searching for a new Relationship Manager to join Holly and the Relationships Team, ahead of our expansion into the North of England later this year.
We are seeking an outstanding individual to work with Holly to create and deliver an exciting programme of development opportunities to all of our young musicians.
Initially working remotely, the new Relationship Manager will ideally be based in either Liverpool or Manchester, with our new Liverpool office due to open in Autumn 2021.
Our new Relationship Manager will be the main point of contact and support to our young musicians based in the North of England and Scotland, and will be primarily responsible for the management and development of our Junior Programme.
Establishing a permanent presence in the North of England in addition to our London headquarters will enable us to better reach and support young musicians in the North and beyond.
We are looking forwards to growing new, deep routes within this community, as well as working more with our Northern partners Music for Life and Leeds University Union Music Society and associated organisations including Royal Northern College of Music and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
This is just the first step in the exciting planned growth of the charity, with a variety of new full-time and part-time roles due to open in the near future.
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Clare Cook joins Future Talent bringing a wealth of experience in the music education sector and expertise in strategic leadership, fundraising and communications.
Since our foundation in 2004, our vision has been to achieve an equal reality for young musicians across the UK, regardless of their financial background. We continue to strive towards this goal today.