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Work With Us
Are you interested in changing lives through music?
We are currently recruiting in the following areas:
We are seeking a highly motivated and proactive Project Coordinator to support the delivery of projects which provide music-based collaborative courses for those at risk of offending or reoffending, both in prisons or in the community. You will have great attention to detail, be able to think ahead, anticipate and manage issues independently; you’ll have the ability to manage complex workloads and juggle competing priorities. You will have demonstrable experience of working in the community and/or criminal justice sectors. You will be passionate about music’s ability to transform lives. READ MORE/APPLY
We are seeking a highly motivated and proactive Project Manager to lead the delivery of projects which provide music-based collaborative courses for those at risk of offending or reoffending, either in prisons or in the community. You will have great attention to detail, be able to think ahead, anticipate and manage issues independently; you’ll have experience managing complex workloads and competing priorities, and have demonstrable experience in the community and/or criminal justice sectors. You will be passionate about music’s ability to transform lives. READ MORE/APPLY
Are you a producer?
Are you skilled at working with vulnerable adults?
Do you have a passion for helping people who have additional needs?
Are you competent at leading music sessions with challenging behaviour from participants?
Are you confident in guiding individuals to realise positive aspirations?
Finding Rhythms is looking for experienced musicians to engage young people currently in the criminal justice system. You will have expertise in music production, lyric writing, rapping and general group facilitation and are knowledgeable and have the ability to work in contemporary UK music genres eg. drill and trap. We are not looking for traditional music teachers but someone who is very good with people and who can lead an engaging and highly creative workshop. READ MORE / APPLY
We are looking for volunteers who can offer support to learners on our courses as they work to achieve their Prince’s Trust qualification and completed musical recordings. You will need to help build strong relationships with individuals and support them on their journey. You will help people to plan ahead and look at their possible pathways to employment for the future.
Experience within the education sector and or working with young people is desirable. Experience in the Criminal Justice is also desirable. It is essential that you have an enhanced DBS and are on the update service or are happy to go through the application process, the cost of which will be covered by Finding Rhythms.
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