Working at ICMP

ICMP is always looking for capable, experienced and committed individuals to join our ever-growing team of professional executives, managers and leaders.

If you think you have what it takes to be part of the team here at the ICMP, one of the world's leading providers of contemporary music education, why not drop us a line with your CV and a covering letter? 

Contact:personnel@icmp.ac.uk

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.

Teaching Fellow in Creative Musicianship

JOB TITLE:  Teaching Fellow (Creative Musicianship)
HOURS: 1.0FTE
CONTRACT TYPE: Permanent
REPORTS TO: BA (Hons) Creative Musicianship Programme Leader
SALARY: £32,277 - £39,685 pro rata

ICMP is the pioneer of contemporary music education in the UK and has been helping students build successful careers in the music industry for over 30 years. With a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in popular music performance, production, creative musicianship, songwriting and music business, we are proud of our mission to ‘shape the future of music’. Based in London, with a new purpose-designed facility, we enjoy unparalleled industry connectivity and offer students a unique experience that fuses academic study with the skills they need to sustain a life-long career in their chosen field.

Teaching Fellows at ICMP are high profile posts held by individuals who are experienced and respected in their field. Teaching Fellows combine extensive industry expertise and professional practice with highly effective practice in learning, teaching and assessment. We are seeking an experienced musician and teacher with a background as a creative artist or practitioner in the creative sphere of contemporary music to join the team delivering our BA(Hons) Creative Musicianship programme. You will most likely be a musical hybrid with high-level skills in performance, creation and production. The post is predominantly a teaching-focussed role involving the leadership of relevant modules, and the delivery of core content in areas of creative practice, production, composition and performance. You will join a dynamic and innovative team, and you will play a significant role in the ongoing development of this part of our provision.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Jonathan Whiskerd, Programmes Manager by emailing jonathan.whiskerd@icmp.ac.uk or calling 020 7328 0222.

To apply please send your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience and suitability for the post to personnel@icmp.ac.uk.

The deadline for applications is 4pm on Monday 25th February.

Role Profile 

Person Spec 

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure

Opportunity: Admissions Advisor

JOB TITLE: Admissions Advisor

REPORTS TO: Admissions Manager

PAY-RATE:  £22,029 - £24,057 depending on experience

ICMP is the pioneer of contemporary music education in the UK and has been helping students build successful careers in the music industry for over 30 years. With a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in popular music performance, production, creative musicianship, songwriting and music business we are proud of our mission to ‘shape the future of music’. Based in London we enjoy unparalleled industry connectivity and our recent development at Tileyard Studios will ensure our continuing success at the forefront of education and training in contemporary music.

The role of the Admissions Advisor is to handle all aspects of student recruitment, ensuring that enrolment targets for the business are met. This involves responding to initial enquiries, pro-actively managing the student contact database and guiding students through the process from enquiry to enrolment. This will include post-assessment feedback sessions and the initiation of the administrative process of enrolment.

The role also involves some tasks and interaction with the administration team and the education team as prospective students become enrolled students.

Intermittently throughout overtime will be required, during our busiest recruitment months and during clearing. Some evening and weekend work may also be required but will be kept to a minimum.

PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Receiving and processing new enquiries from various sources, e.g. internet, Directories, telephone, post, in person etc.
  • Following up enquiries by phone, email, post, etc.
  • Providing correct course advice and information about ICMP
  • Being able to offer correct and up to date advice and guidance about SLC, UCAS, UKVI, etc. is central to this role
  • Booking student assessments & auditions
  • Conducting post audition meetings with students
  • Record keeping and information management of all prospective students
  • Accurately following correct processes for offer, acceptance and enrolment across the course portfolio
  • Keeping up to date with all courses, qualifications, validations, etc
  • Matching applications with course offers and place availability
  • Liaising with other departments as and when necessary
  • Administrative management of all recruitment activities
  • Collection of correct course fees
  • Attending and contributing to events where required, including open days, induction, trade shows, etc
  • To promote and safeguard the welfare of children and vulnerable adults that they are responsible for and come into contact with.

Other duties as assigned by the Admissions Manager or Marketing Director as and when required.

Essential Criteria for Applicants

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels
  • High level of accuracy in data and an ability to work in a busy office environment
  • Computer literate and advanced level of Microsoft Office Skills
  • An empathetic and considerate demeanour
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Ability to work within a busy team, as a team player.
  • An interest in contemporary music

If you are interested in applying for this position then please send a covering letter along with your CV to the email address below. For further information please see the role profile here.

Apply for this role

Please send CV’s and covering letter to personnel@icmp.ac.uk

Deadline for applications: 15th February 2019

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure. 

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