NEKO is recruiting for two new roles...

 

NEKO Academy – Project Manager (Part Time, Fixed Term)

 

We are seeking a Project Manager to provide administrative and logistical support to our flagship talent development project, The NEKO Academy, which aims to accelerate the employment opportunities of a diverse group of individuals in the live events sector. The Academy is a pilot project launching in 2021 which will support emerging onstage and offstage talent through affordable training, practical workshops, creative collaboration, expert masterclasses and workspace.

 

We are looking for a motivated and driven Project Manager with a passion for music and live events who will support the CEO and Creative Director with the launch and operation of this exciting new programme. The Project Manager will help to develop and maintain project plans, correspond with Academy participants, and meet and liaise with a wide range of industry partners and supporters. The successful candidate will also support the promotion of the programme via digital communications, including the updating of the NEKO Trust website and running of social media platforms. 

 

This role is ideal for an early career individual looking to progress within the music industry or live events sector.

Download a Job Pack below with details of how to apply:

 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: midnight on Friday 5th March 2021.

 

NEKO Academy - Evaluator (Freelance, Fixed Term)

 

We are looking for an experienced individual who will provide evaluative support to our flagship talent development project, The NEKO Academy. We recognise that good evaluation does not automatically mean advocacy or donor success but we believe it can help with future sustainability by showing evidence of benefit. You will develop the evaluation framework as necessary ascertaining the extent to which the Academy’s activity has achieved its objectives through an Evaluation Report prepared by you upon conclusion of the project.

 

This role is suitable for someone used to evaluating creative learning projects in their infancy who through their involvement can help them mature. You will be a highly organised individual with a passion for social change. You will be at ease working on pilot projects and have excellent attention to detail and good written and spoken English. You will be an articulate individual used to using your initiative but also enjoy being a team player and going the extra mile.  

Download a Job Pack below with details of how to apply:

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: midnight on Friday 12th March 2021.

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