Head of Development and Communications, Orchestras for All

Cecil Sharp House, Regent's Park Road, London, United Kingdom

Orchestras for All

Orchestras for All has a big vision: music without boundaries.

Our mission is to unlock access to the life-changing experience of ensemble music-making for 11-18 years olds with complex lives.

More information

The role will initially be offered on a three day a week basis for six months from October 2017 at £33,000 per annum (pro rata).



We will be assessing the first round of candidates based solely on an application letter (two pages maximum) which should outline how you meet the above essential qualities and why you want to work with us at OFA.

Please send your cover letter to Stuart Burns at

Deadline for Applications: 5pm Sunday 27 August 2017

Interview Process:

  • Assessment Evening: Monday 4 September 2017
  • Second Round Interviews: w/c 11 September 2017    
  • Proposed Start Date: Monday 9 October 2017         

Director, British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM)

31 Southampton Row, London WC1B 5HJ, United Kingdom

British Association for Performing Arts Medicine

The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) is a unique medical charity providing health advice and support to members of the performing arts community.

We provide a national Helpline and confidential clinical consultations for performers experiencing performance-related health problems, as well as education and resources on healthy performance practice and professional training in performing arts medicine. 

Salary: £60,000 per annum.



Apply via The Guardian website.

Musicians, Corps of Army Music (CAMUS)

Kneller Hall, Kneller Road, Twickenham TW2 7DU, United Kingdom

Corps of Army Music (CAMUS)

The Corps of Army Music (CAMUS) employs more than 650 musicians in bands that cover almost every genre.

You’ll join an elite group of world-class musicians who will become much more than just your bandmates. They’ll become your Army family.



To find out more and to apply, please click the link here

Tutors: Future DJs (nationwide)

Manchester, United Kingdom

Future DJs

We are an education focused agency offering fully DBS screened highly qualified DJ & music production tutors to Key Stage 3 & 4 students.

In line with the new AQA GCSE specifications which allow the use of DJ equipment in performances and ensembles, students can take advantage of our programme of study on a weekly peripatetic basis learning industry standard skills in both DJing and music production.

North-West England

Please fill out the application form on the Future DJs website.

Board members: Rhythmix

Rhythmix, Queens Road, Brighton, United Kingdom

Rhythmix Music

Rhythmix is a music and social welfare charity transforming lives through music of some of the most vulnerable people in the South East of England.

We are an award winning charity; National Lottery Award finalist 2016, winner of the Creative and Cultural Skills Award for Music 2017 and Charity Award 2017 finalist.

We work with vulnerable people across the South-East including children and young people (in care, with disabilities, with mental health problems, in areas of deprivation, struggling with mainstream education and in healthcare settings) and older people with dementia.

Rhythmix seeks to foster and celebrate excellence through high-quality music and music-making that develops creativity, resilience and personal skills. We provide a year round programme that covers a breadth of music making activity. We support artists and participants to achieve their creative potential, encouraging self-esteem, enhancing life chances and enriching lives.

These are voluntary positions.

South-East England

If you would like further information or are interested in putting yourself forward as a potential Rhythmix trustee we invite you to contact Tony Biggin, Chair of Trustees, for an initial exploratory conversation at