Job: Operations Manager, OpenUp Music, Bristol and South West

OpenUp Music is seeking a highly organised, results driven, self-motivated and resourceful Operations Manager who can help assure the growth and success of OpenUp Music’s work nationally. This is a very special opportunity to be an integral part of something that is revolutionising the musical lives of young disabled people across the country.

We’re poised to take a giant leap forward; our ambition for a National Open Youth Orchestra (the world’s first disabled-led national youth orchestra) is now a tangible goal and our Open School Orchestras programme is expanding rapidly across the country. We need someone with the right combination of operational experience, logistical acumen and tenacious determination to join the OpenUp team and help make this happen.

Working with a small group of dedicated individuals who have already made huge progress with OpenUp Music, this pivotal role could provide you with an opportunity not only to deploy your flair and flexibility, but also to demonstrate these attributes through the kind of real-world results that genuinely change lives.

We believe passionately in the strength that diversity brings to a team and welcome applications from all sections of the community. If you require any reasonable adjustments to enable you to work please get in touch at info@openupmusic.org, we would be very keen to discuss this with you.

The post is based in Bristol, but some travelling will be involved. More details online.

The closing date for applications will be 5.00pm on Friday 31st March 2017.

 

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