We are excited to be recruiting for a full-time Projects & Progression Coordinator to join our dedicated team in London.
Job title: Projects & Progression Coordinator
Reports to: Creative Programmes Director
Responsible for: Coordination of ITT’s programmes, supporting beneficiaries on projects and into progression opportunities
Liaises with: Artistic Director, Operations Director, Business Development Director, Community Partners and Freelance Artists
Place of work: Combination of home and office working (projects permitting) in Shoreditch, London
Hours: 35 per week over 5 days
Salary: £24,000-£27,000 per annum, depending on experience
Benefits: 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
The Irene Taylor Trust is a small charity with big ambition, focused on bringing creativity, life-skills and artistic excellence to some of the most disadvantaged people in the UK. Since 1995, ITT has led the way in using creative music making to inspire change in people in prison with its Music in Prisons programme, and successfully established community-based programmes for ex-prisoners (Sounding Out) and for young people in challenging circumstances (Making Tracks).
“You helped me to realise the potential I’d forgotten I had and maintain positivity about the future since my release. You have shown me it’s never too late to learn, improve my skills and progress down a new chosen career path,” participant on Sounding Out
The Projects & Progression Coordinator role
The Projects & Progression Coordinator will support the Creative Programmes Director with the coordination of ITT’s projects. Tasks include but are not limited to: liaising with community partners and project staff, researching partnering opportunities and progression options for ITT’s beneficiaries, supporting beneficiaries during project participation, project monitoring, some content creation and other administrative duties.
Please read the full job description and person specification here: Projects and Progression Coordinator job description and person spec
How to apply:
To apply, please submit a 1-page covering letter outlining your suitability for the role, your personal qualities and any transferrable skills you may have in reference to the person specification, and a 2-page tailored CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st November, 10am*.
*Please note: Depending on the volume of applications received, we may need to bring forward the closing date for applications as our small team has limited capacity.
Interviews: will take place online on 4th November
We are committed to working towards a more diverse cultural sector. Our recruitment process is open to all, but we are particularly keen to hear from People of the Global Majority and / or disabled candidates, as these groups are currently underrepresented in our teams.
We actively encourage applications from those with lived experience of the Criminal Justice System. However, due to the position having direct contact with our beneficiaries, we are unfortunately unable to employ anyone with an offence that prevents them from working with young people.
As this role will involve contact with young people, a DBS check will be required to ensure suitability. Employment will be subject to two satisfactory employment references (one of which should be from the most recent employer) and confirmation of eligibility to work in UK.
If you would like to arrange an informal call before submitting your application please email email@example.com
To get a feel for our work, we suggest having a look through our website and watching our 25th Birthday Show.