The Music in Secondary Schools Trust (MiSST) currently works with 21 schools in the UK. We work in schools that serve disadvantaged and often challenging communities by providing not only funding for classical instruments, but also support in the form of regular tuition, opportunities to perform and a programme of excellence that is unrivalled in the UK. Our mission is to be at the forefront of classical music education.

Purpose:

• To support the CEO and Executive Team to ensure their time is used efficiently and effectively
• Administration and office management – ensuring all aspects are well managed, efficient, and effective
• Meetings – preparation, attendance at, minute taking and follow up
• Personnel – undertaking key personnel roles as agreed
• Policies and reports – ensuring policies are kept under review, staff apply them and reports are of high quality and produced within agreed timeframes
• Programmes of Excellence – ensure all are appropriately administered and support as agreed
• Conferences – ensure these deliver the stated outcomes and undertake a post conference review

For more information and how to apply please contact info@misst.org.uk to request an application pack.
Posted: 17/03/2022
Closes: Thursday 31 March @ 12.00 midday
Location
London
Job type
3 days per week: Days to be agreed with some flexibility (Term Time + 3 weeks)
Salary
£35,000 Pro-rata + 3% contribution to the NEST pension scheme
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