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Whenever we have roles available in our office in London, we’ll post the details here. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.

If you’re looking to work directly with young people in music-making projects, take a look at the jobs page over on our Youth Music Network.

Before applying for any of our vacancies please note that, in keeping with Home Office requirements, Youth Music is unable to offer any sponsorships for our roles. All candidates invited to interview will need to have the right to work in the UK. You can find more information on the gov.uk website.

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From You Press, a project funded by Youth Music in London

Project Lead, Emerging Creatives Fund

We're looking for someone to design and deliver essential funding support programmes for young creatives

Salary: £30,000 - £35,000 

Contract: Permanent, full time (37.5 hours per week)

Deadline for applications: 12 midnight Friday 22nd January

 

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Starzzy from The Pump, project based in Birmingham

Freelance assessors

We are building our team of freelance assessors. Assessors play a key support role in Youth Music’s grant-making. They provide an objective assessment about the funding applications we receive, which helps us make decisions.

Contract details: Freelance position, working from home.

Pay rate: Between £20 and £80 per assessment, depending on fund.

Time commitment: At least four assessments per funding round (there are several funding rounds each year).

Deadline: Midnight Sunday 31 January 2021.

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Youth Music Trustee Role (Voluntary)

Do you love music and have experience of how music-making makes a difference in young people’s lives? This trustee opportunity could be for you.

Youth Music is recruiting new trustees and we are strongly encouraging applications from people with lived experience of Disability and people from the Black, Indigenous and People of Colour community who are currently underrepresented on the board. 

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Photo from Offshoots East Midlands Circle of Light

Impact

Every Youth Music project measures its impact, helping us build a unique national overview. We're an outcomes-based funder, which means that we ask organisations to tell us what changes they expect their project to bring about.