Britten Pears Arts is a pioneering music, arts and heritage charity based on the Suffolk coast. It was created in 2020 when the two long-established charities which formed the legacy of Britten and Pears’ life and work, Snape Maltings (formerly Aldeburgh Music) and Britten-Pears Foundation came together.

This is role is aimed at candidates who are interested in starting a career within a dynamic arts organisation. It is ideally suited to someone who is interested in working with diverse communities and as part of a team which is proactively taking music into those communities with the over-arching aim of using music to improve lives.

Our Community team works with families, young people, those in care homes and those in the criminal justice system. An important part of this role will be about supporting colleagues and artists, helping to build positive relationships with participants, and ensuring inclusivity for all. The role focusses on supporting our work with young people and in schools.

In particular we are looking for someone who:

• Is a confident user of Microsoft Office and IT.
• Can relate well to, and build relationships with people from diverse backgrounds.
• Enjoys working with people and being part of a team.
• Has the potential to develop their skills and knowledge.
• Has good verbal and written communication skills.
• Has good attention to detail.

We are an equal opportunities employer and believe that diversity strengthens and enriches us. We positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates of all ages and from all backgrounds, in particular from minority groups and disabled candidates who are currently under-represented at Britten Pears Arts.

To apply please send a covering letter and completed application to Sarah Scrivener

We do not accept CVs on their own.

Please note: first interviews can be via zoom if travel to Suffolk is not possible.