Charity registered in Scotland SC026908
Due to several Trustees stepping down after long periods of time on the Board, we are currently seeking four new Trustees to join the organisation.
Drake Music Scotland is fully committed to social inclusion and diversity and aims to have a wide range of people including d/Deaf and disabled people, those with chronic illness, those from Protected Characteristics groups and from social backgrounds or who might not consider themselves experienced enough for the role. We are open to conversations with anyone with a passion for equality and a belief in the importance of our work.
We are currently seeking an individual to take on the role of Chair of the Board of Trustees within the organisation.
We welcome applications for the role of Chair including from those with lived experience of disability including sensory impairments or long-term health conditions including mental health issues. We also welcome applications from those protected under the 2010 Equalities Act due to age, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Those with caring responsibilities and on low incomes are encouraged to apply and we will accept applications in any format and meet any interview expenses.
Development and Evaluation Manager
This is an exciting opportunity to lead the Development function at a dedicated, nationally recognised charity, in a full-time role. The post-holder will play a crucial part in communicating this new vision to our stakeholders. The successful candidate will have a high degree of autonomy over the management of our fundraising portfolio, with many opportunities to contribute to the wider strategic development of the organisation through our marketing and communications activity, and implementing new data collection and evaluation processes. The post-holder will benefit from training & professional development and flexible working opportunities.
Drake Music Scotland is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce. We welcome all applicants including those who are disabled or have long-term health conditions, are from other Protected Characteristic groups . We will offer a guaranteed interview to disabled applicants with the required qualifications and experience. Although the post is advertised as full time, we are willing to consider proposals for other working arrangements that might suit you such as alternative working hours and part time working. If you have a keen interest in the post and have questions about it, or wish to discuss your access requirements, the Chief Executive Thursa Sanderson is happy to discuss them with you. To arrange a call please contact us by email on email@example.com or phone 0131 659 4766.