Have you got what it takes to be the manager of the Brighton Choir With No Name?

The Choir with No Name (CWNN) runs choirs for people affected by homelessness in London, Birmingham and Liverpool. Their mission is to support people to make friends, build their confidence and skills, improve well-being and find their place in society.

Now the CWNN is coming to Brighton and Hove.

if you haven’t come across the CWNN yet, have a look at this short video of the recent launch of the Brighton CWNN on the British Airways i360.

Brighton Housing Trust is excited to be working in partnership with CWNN and we are recruiting a Choir Manager.

The Brighton CWNN Choir Manager role will take on the administrative and support side of the Brighton choir.  The job will be to recruit choir members, help them make friends, build their confidence, ensure they’re having as great a time a possible, and signpost them to relevant services as needed.

The Choir manager will recruit, coordinate and motivate volunteers who support the choir. There is event management involved in the role for regular gigs and outreach workshops. The Choir manager will work closely alongside CWNN’s Choir Director and liaise with other CWNN staff while receiving direct line-management support from Brighton Housing Trust.

This post requires that the post holder shared our commitment to the vision, mission and values of CWNN and Brighton Housing Trust, has a love of music and is experienced in working with disadvantaged people, volunteer management and event organising.

For full details and to apply please go to our website or email us.

This is an 11 hour per week contract and the post holder will be based in Brighton. The successful candidate will be appointed initially on a one year fixed term contract. The salary is £25,569 per annum pro rata (11 hours based on a 37 hour week).

Closing Date: 12 noon, Tuesday 22nd May 2018

Interview Date: Wednesday 30th May 2018


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