We are hiring a Training and Learning Manager
Does the potential of the role that The Arts, and especially music, play within health and social care motivate and excite you?
Training and Learning Manager (2 days per week)
- Promoting training programmes for health/care staff and musicians (in partnership with the Marketing and Communications Manager)
- Tailoring training programmes to meet the needs of partner organisations
- Continually developing training offers to fit the needs of our clients
- Engaging new audiences with our training offers
- Resourcing (Trainers, equipment, consumables etc.) training programmes and coordinating with our team of Trainers
- Ensuring the learning from across programmes is shared within OPUS, seeding organisational development
- Seeking and participating in wider opportunities for organisational learning, and for the dissemination of OPUS’ learning
NOTE: Whilst experience of training delivery would help in carrying out this role, you will NOT be expected to deliver training (to either musicians, or to health and care practitioners) as part of this role.
Are you passionate about co-creating accessible, inclusive and relevant opportunities for everyone to engage in music as part of health and wellbeing?
Would you like to join us in developing and communicating our established training programmes for Musicians and Health and Care professionals within acute care and in community settings?
Are you pro-active and ambitious, and would relish the opportunity to work as part of the OPUS Co-Production team?
We are building capacity within our leadership team through the creation of this new role to deliver our bold ambitions within the Music in Health/care sector. This role is supported by our successful application to be a National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) of Arts Council England (ACE). The new roles will sit alongside the existing roles of Chief Executive (FT), Co-Producer/Project Manager (PT), Marketing and Communications Manager (PT) and Finance Manager (PT).
The role will be supported by our experienced team of Healthcare Musicians/Trainers who will deliver the training.
How to apply
Download the full job spec
For further context and background to OPUS, please refer to the ‘OPUS information June 2023’ document.
Please send a letter of application detailing what you think you could bring to OPUS (no more than 2 sides of A4), with an accompanying CV, including the names of two referees to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also accept a video (no more than 5 minutes) of you talking to camera to give this information if you prefer to present your application in this way. References will only be pursued after a conditional offer.
Please direct any questions to Chief Executive Nick Cutts. You are very welcome to call or email to discuss a potential application.
Tel: 07786 157515
Your application should arrive no later than 5pm on Friday 25th August.
We will inform candidates who have been shortlisted for interview on Thursday 31st August.
Interviews will be held via MS Teams on Thursday 7th September. Please indicate your availability for this date on your application.