Director, British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM)

31 Southampton Row, London WC1B 5HJ, United Kingdom

British Association for Performing Arts Medicine

https://bapam.org.uk/

London

Following the planned retirement this year of our current chief executive, BAPAM seeks a leader to take the charity forward over what promises to be an exciting new period of ambitious growth in partnership with our principal funder, Help Musicians UK.

The role involves strategic and operational leadership of the organisation, including management of a small team of administrative staff and a clinical workforce comprising of voluntary and healthcare professionals working throughout the UK.

For this role we’re looking for someone who is a strong leader, someone who has the ability to innovate and offer creative solutions, whilst thinking strategically. The successful candidate will be passionate about the performing arts and have the he ability to be flexible and adaptable whilst displaying personal integrity and high standards of work.

For full information please view the listing on The Guardian website.

 

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. 

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