Head of Communications (Chetham’s)
Full time, 35 hours per week
Holiday Allowance of 25 days plus bank holidaysÂ
Salary: Dependent on experienceÂ Â
Responsible to: The Principal, Chethamâ€™s School of MusicÂ
Closing date:Â 15 July 2019Â
Interviews: 31 July or 1 August 2019Â
Chethamâ€™s is seeking a dynamic, experienced and creative Head of Communications to lead a small multi-disciplinary team in delivering a strong communications strategy for Chethamâ€™s School of Music, The Stoller Hall and Chethamâ€™s Library.Â
Chethamâ€™s is a unique site in the centre of Manchester, combining the countryâ€™s largest specialist music school with an historic Library and a world-class concert hall. The organisation is approaching a key moment in its communications journey, when these three discrete public faces will be drawn together into one communications and development strategy, whilst maintaining their individual character, programming and identity.Â
Chethamâ€™s School of Music offers an unparalleled music and academic education to over 300 of the finest young musicians from the UK and across the world,Â Â
Chethamâ€™s Library is the oldest public library in the English speaking world, based in buildings dating to 1421 â€“ the oldest surviving site in Manchester â€“ and still open to readers and visitors, with a growing events programme celebrating the collections and historic connections with Marx, Engels and other notable visitors.Â
The Stoller Hall is an intimate and impressive venue for live music and performance, opened in 2017 to provide an outstanding space for concerts by both the students of the school, and an exceptional programme of chamber, folk and contemporary performers.Â
Enquiries to the Principal, Alun Jones, via email@example.com
Please read this information alongside applications for ALL jobs with The Stoller Hall and Chetham’s School of Music.
Chethamâ€™s is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children; applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Reg. Charity No: 526702
About The Stoller Hall
On 21 April 2017, The Stoller Hall opened its doors for its first public concert. The ÂŁ8.7m concert hall, built within Chethamâ€™s School of Music in the centre of Manchester, boasts a 482-seat auditorium with a state-of-the-art acoustic, perfect for artists and ensembles across a variety of genres. The Stoller Hall welcomes chamber orchestras, choirs, chamber music and recitals plus an adventurous programme of jazz, folk, pop, comedy and spoken word. Stoller also regularly hosts a range of conferences and events.