The Music Works (TMW) is a Gloucestershire charity that transforms young lives through music. We’re specialists in working with young people in challenging circumstances to help them reach their full potential in music, in learning and in life. We work with over 3,000 young people a year in schools and our four community studios in Gloucester, and the Forest of Dean. Our approach is youth-led, with young people involved at every stage of planning and delivery.
Here is an introduction to our work:
In September 2021 we opened a new inclusive music hub for young people in Gloucester. Take a virtual tour of the space here. The Hub is becoming known as a national beacon for inclusive best practise in music. It has resulted in a huge increase in demand for our work and has led to a doubling of our staff team with new opportunities arising all of the time.
The main purpose of this role is to oversee studio sessions in The Hub, taking on recording studio engineering and production sessions with young musicians and clients we work with, ensuring high quality recordings and professionalism throughout. This role will report to the Studio Hub Manager.
This is a senior role within our organisation and while we are really committed to developing our staff, we need you to come ready to hit the ground running. We’re flexible in terms of your career background and are not interested in qualifications but what we do need is someone who can show that they have the experience and track record around the following. You should be:
This is a full-time role (37.5 hours per week), subject to normal probation period of 6 months. It is a permanent role but we will consider job shares, and flexible working with the right candidate.
The salary is £25k. There is a requirement for regular evening and weekend work.
The role will be based at our Gloucester studio but some travel to other venues across the county may also be expected.
Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
Pay: £25,000 per annum
Location: Gloucester based
Deadline: Friday 15th July
Please send a CV, along with any link to your production work (Website, Spotify, Tidal, Dropbox folder, Google folder or similar) and covering letter explaining why you are interested in the role and how you are suitable. Please send to email@example.com.
We also ask that you complete the equality form below (this is anonymous and is only to help us make sure we are reaching a broad range of people).
If you would like to discuss the role beforehand then please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time to talk.Fill out our equality & diversity form
The Music Works values diversity and is an equal opportunities organisation, committed to creating an inclusive organisation. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds who reflect the community we serve. We encourage applications from all backgrounds.
In line with The Music Works safeguarding policy, appointments are normally subject to enhanced DBS checks and satisfactory references.