Wigmore Hall Learning is looking for a part-time Producer to manage events and projects across the Music for Life programme, working closely with the Senior Programme Manager (Music for Life) as well as colleagues in the Wigmore Hall Learning department, musicians, facilitators, care staff, and people living with dementia and their families. Please note this is a fixed term role (2 years).
For full details of the role as well as the skills, qualities and experience we are looking for, please see the Job Description
Closing date for applications: 5:00PM, Tuesday 4 January 2022
Since 1994, Wigmore Hall's renowned Learning programme has been giving people of all ages and backgrounds opportunities to take part in creative music making, engaging a broad and diverse range of people through in-person and online creative projects, concerts, workshops and resources.
We are passionate about the impact music can have on our lives and on our society, and three core values lie at the heart of our programme: creativity, collaboration and equality. These values reflect the spirit of chamber music, and we embody them through quality, co-created music making, through which every voice is heard and equally valued.
We collaborate with a range of community, education, arts, health and social care organisations, working in partnership to engage people who might not otherwise have the opportunity to take part.
Music for Life is a pioneering programme for people living with dementia and their families, friends and carers, founded by Linda Rose in 1993 and led by Wigmore Hall since 2009. The programme encompasses a wide range of projects and events in care settings, community settings, online and at Wigmore Hall itself including:
If you don’t have access to a computer/the Internet please contact Daisy Swift (Learning Director) on 07881 588903.
If you prefer, you can also submit your answers to the questions on the application form via a video or audio recording; please email a link to an online video or audio file (on YouTube or similar) of no more than 15 minutes in duration.
We are committed to inclusive recruitment practices, and take steps to ensure unconscious bias is minimised as far as is possible. Following an anonymised shortlisting process, we will invite candidates to an interview on Monday 17 January 2022 (either online or in person at Wigmore Hall, following discussion with shortlisted candidates).
We want to make the process as accessible as possible, so will provide shortlisted candidates with interview questions in advance so you can prepare before we meet, as well as any other information you need to participate in the interviews.
We are committed to the safeguarding of all the people with whom we work; their wellbeing and safety is of paramount importance. We expect all our staff to respect the rights and dignity of participants, colleagues and partners, and to work in a way that promotes the safety and wellbeing of everyone involved. In accordance with Wigmore Hall’s Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policy, appointment is subject to references and an enhanced DBS check (which we can issue for you), and the successful candidate will be required to take part in safeguarding training as appropriate.
You must be eligible to work legally in the UK in order to apply for this role.
Wigmore Hall is committed to being a fair and inclusive employer. We recognise the positive value of diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination, and we welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people of African, Caribbean and Asian heritage, and other ethnically diverse groups, as well as Deaf, disabled and trans candidates, as they are currently under-represented in our workforce.