You must be aged 18-24 years old, and unemployed and claiming Universal Credit.
There are no essential skills and experience required for this role, but we would love to hear from candidates who have:
- An interest in music and/or arts more broadly
- An interest in working in the administration / co-ordination of participatory music and/or arts more broadly
- An interest in Wigmore Hall Learning’s programme and values
- Commitment to inclusive practice and social justice; and a willingness to learn from others, to share their perspective with others, and to engage in reflective practice within a supportive environment.
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, as this role involves regulated activity, appointment is subject to an enhanced DBS check and the successful candidate will be required to take part in safeguarding training as appropriate.
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, trans and non-binary candidates, as they are currently under-represented in our workforce.