Interested in joining the mjf team and helping to make it all happen? We’re recruiting for two part-time posts: General Manager and Festival & Programmes Assistant.
2.5 days a week, on an actual annual salary of £17k
Deadline for applying: 5th August 2022.
The General Manager is a key position within senior management, working alongside and reporting directly to the CEO/Artistic Director, working together to envision mjf’s primary creative outputs, and servicing the Board of Trustees. The primary responsibilities are assisting the Artistic Director with the visioning and delivery of the programme of work, business and financial planning and reporting, budget setting and management, cashflow management, HR, trust and foundation and public sector fundraising (in collaboration with the AD), grant reporting and general operations.
Key responsibilities in the short-term will be continuing plans for delivering mjf 23 and realising activity 2024-26, to be funded by a successful NPO bid.
Although the role requires a high degree of experience in business planning, financial analysis and reporting, no specific knowledge of jazz is required, and we would still encourage you to apply if you are interested in the role and believe you can bring the right skills, acumen and passion to mjf.
You can download and read the Job Description and details of how to apply here: mjf Job Description – pt General Manager
3 days a week, on an actual annual salary of £12k
Deadline for applying: 3rd August 2022.
The Festival & Programmes Assistant will provide support across the mjf team, with a particular focus on programming, artist development, finance and operations, and will report to the General Manager. The role covers a variety of tasks and responsibilities and represents a great opportunity for someone who wants to start a career in the music events industry – specifically within the public-funded sector.
You can download and read the Job Description and details of how to apply here: mjf Job Description – pt Festival & Programmes Assistant