We are excited to announce a new freelance position of Personal Development Coordinator for our Making Tracks: North West programme, to run in partnership with TiPP. The role will be managed by TiPP’s Project Director (Music) in their Manchester office.
The Irene Taylor Trust and TiPP are two of the most well-established and well-respected organisations in the sector. We work from a belief in the power of the arts to transform lives, breaking down barriers and helping people who have found themselves on the fringes of society to become celebrated and valued members of the community.
For the first time, we are coming together, combining nearly sixty years of knowledge, skills and experience to bring our flagship programme, Making Tracks, to the North West.
The Personal Development Coordinator is responsible for the pastoral care of participants on the Making Tracks: North West programme. They will be required to form trusting relationships with participants, support them through the course of the project and assist them in sourcing suitable progression routes and opportunities. The post will also support the management team with the co-ordination, administration and evaluation of the programme.
Job Title: Personal Development Coordinator, North West
Place of Work: TiPP’s office in Central Manchester, with travel across Greater Manchester
Contract: Freelance, over 20 months (approximately 90 days between January 2018 and August 2019)
Rate of pay: £150 per day
Closing date for applications: 5pm 24th October 2017
Interviews: 1st/2nd November 2017
Application process: Download the full Job Description which includes details of how to apply here: Personal Development Coordinator North West_Job Description
You will also need to complete and submit this security form as part of the application: Security Form
This freelance position is part of a programme of our new Making Tracks: North West programme, supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.