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21/10/2015

 

Job Opportunity

21/10/2015

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Programme Co-ordinator, Bedford Music in Detention (MID)

Are you passionate about informal and inclusive music-making?

Come and manage our Music in Detention Programme.
Launched in January 2014, the Bedford Music in Detention Programme delivers high quality, inclusive music-making workshops for the women in Yarls Wood Immigration Removal Centre. After two years of successful delivery, Bedford MID has grown and diversified its programme to now include weekly singing, song-writing and music making workshops.

If you think you might be interested in managing this innovative programme and developing your career in music inclusion, please do get in touch. Contact details for an informal chat about the role are included in the job description.

Salary: £23,000 PA pro rata
Part time / flexible hours (18.5 per week)

For details of how to apply please see detailed job description and person specification below.

Closing date for applications: 5pm Thursday 12th November 2015

Scheduled interview date: Monday 23rd November 2015

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