Creative Music Maker

Alex Noble

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Red Note Ensemble (www.rednoteensemble.com) is looking for a musician at an early stage of their career to join us for a fixed-term one-year, mentored role. We’re seeking someone who is a little bit obsessed about creating new music themselves, and making music with other people, to work with us on a variety of performance and community projects.

We are looking for someone who has:

  • 2-5 years’ experience since leaving school. This may have been on e.g. an education/training course, a job, a caring or voluntary role. It doesn’t matter whether this was or wasn’t directly connected to music
  • Shown sustained commitment to generating their own new music
  • Some experience of working with music with community groups, but may have had no formal training

Contract type:         Fixed term contract, 12 month contract

Hours:                       Part time, 21 hours per week. flexible working

Salary:                       £12,600 (£21,000 per annum full time equivalent) plus 5% pension

Start Date:                Monday, 29th March 2021

Location:                  Office based in Summerhall, Edinburgh (remote working possible) and in Methil and Easterhouse (Glasgow), travel paid

Relocation:              A contribution towards relocation up to £250 is available if required

 

Key Dates:

Deadline for application:     Monday 8th February 2021, 12 noon

Notification of interviews:    Friday 19th February 2021

Interviews:                             Thursday 25th February 2021

Selection workshops:          Between the 8th and 19th March 2021

Start date:                             Monday 29th March 2021


How to apply:

Full information and job pack can be downloaded from https://www.rednoteensemble.com/event/creative-music-maker/ . This includes full information on how to apply.

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