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.

Head of Student Records, Data and Systems

 

Salary: Starting from £45,512.00 - depending on experience
Hours: 37 hours a week - flexible working options available
Contract Type: Full time - Permanent
Closing Date: 7th of February 2021
Application Reference: SRC 007

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.

 

We are seeking an experienced HE data professional to develop and improve the operation of our student data systems.

 

The role of the Head of Student Records, Data and Systems is to lead in the delivery of progressive and required data and information to key committees and management teams across the institution; develop and provide appropriate analysis that informs management interpretation of data and information, and lead in the development and delivery of central planning for the institution. The role-holder will additionally be responsible for key developmental projects and activities from time to time, such as the ongoing data warehousing project and the continued development of the planning function. Further, the role holder will be responsible for the delivery of key regulatory returns, developing an annual timetable, improving management information, and ensuring quality and standards-related activities are properly supported.


For an informal discussion about the post please contact Andrew Fisher, Registrar: Andrew.fisher@icmp.ac.uk


If you are interested in applying for this position, then please complete the e-application form ensuring you quote the reference number above. In your cover letter please include the answers to the below questions:

  1. Do you have experience of leadership and management working in a Student Records, Data and Systems, Planning department(s) in an HE or commercial environment?
  2. Do you have experience of development of student systems and implementing process improvements?
  3. Do you have substantial relevant work experience in English HE?
  4. Have you worked on HESA student data returns?


The deadline for applications is on the 7th of February 2021

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. ICMP 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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Mental Health Adviser

 

Salary: £34,918.00 - £38,142.00 depending on experience
Hours: 1, 2 or 3 days per week  - flexible working options available
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: 7th February 2021
Application Reference: SRC027

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.


Working within the Disability & Wellbeing Team, the post holder will primarily be responsible for providing expert advice, guidance and support, on an individual or group basis, to disabled students. They will manage a caseload of students with mental health conditions that impact on emotional wellbeings, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and autistic spectrum conditions. They will encourage and support students to apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA) and arrange access to support recommended in needs assessment reports. They will support the development, organisation, promotion and evaluation of the service and will implement changes under guidance from the Head of Student Services where appropriate. The post holder is expected to keep up-to-date with developments across the sector and to identify good practices in supporting student need within an HE environment.

 

The successful candidate will be an experienced and committed higher education professional, with a proven track record of delivering high-quality disability support in the area of mental health and ensuring complex cases are responded to and dealt with appropriately. They will possess excellent communication skills, be able to work in a proactive, independent manner and demonstrate resilience and empathy for students managing ongoing and complex difficulties.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Angela Morley, Head of Student Services: studentwellbeing@icmp.ac.uk

The deadline for applications is 7th of February 2021

If you are interested in applying for this position, then please complete the e-application form ensuring you quote the reference number above and attaching your cover letter and CV to the form. This can be found on our website: www.icmp.ac.uk and click on the Work With Us link.

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. ICMP 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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Visa Compliance Officer

 

Salary: Starting from £27,598 - depending on experience
Hours: 37 hours a week - flexible working options available
Contract Type: Full time - Permanent
Closing Date: 7th of February 2021
Application Reference: SRC 002

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.

 

We are seeking an experienced admissions professional with a passion for music and up to date knowledge of international admissions and immigration.

The role of the Visa Compliance Officer is:

  • To be ICMP’s expert on all student route immigration compliance issues;
  • To support and assist the admission of all EU and Overseas students, including required English assessments;
  • To assist in the production of management information;
  • To support open days and other recruitment events when required;
  • To administer all student immigration processes throughout the student life-cycle;
  • To be a member of our Visa Compliance Committee;
  • To represent ICMP in relevant external fora (for example GuildHE, ARC or AUA events relating to Student route immigration issues).

The role works closely with colleagues in the Admissions team to ensure that our applicants and students are supported through the immigration process. The role holder will also work on UK admissions when required. As a member of a busy and high performing admissions team, the post-holder will be expected to develop an understanding of the audition booking and recruitment roles of the team and to support the wider team at key points in the year. 

 

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Darren Suckling, Admissions Manager, email: darren.suckling@icmp.ac.uk

The deadline for applications is on the 7th of February 2021

If you are interested in applying for this position, then please complete the e-application form ensuring you quote the reference number above. Please attach your cover letter and CV to the form and submit.

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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Access and Participation Manager

 

Salary: £32,277.00 - £43,325.00 depending on experience
Hours: 37 hours a week - flexible working options available
Contract Type: Full time - Permanent
Closing Date: 25th of January 2021
Application Reference: RN 001

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.

2019-20 was the first year of our agreed Access and Participation plan. We need an experienced professional to co-ordinate the delivery of the plan, evaluate our success, liaise with the Office for Students and shape our future Access and Participation strategy.

The post is an opportunity to make a significant contribution to ICMP as we secure our place in the funded HE sector, and to make a real difference to students from under-represented groups through the resources which the plan has unlocked.

The successful candidate will demonstrate significant experience in delivering successful projects. Knowledge of equality and diversity work, especially relating to race and ethnicity, will be an advantage.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Andrew Fisher, Registrar.

The deadline for applications is on the 25th of January 2021. 
 

If you are interested in applying for this position, then please complete the e-application form ensuring you quote the reference number above and attaching your cover letter and CV to the form. This can be found on our website: www.icmp.ac.uk and click on the Work With Us link.

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. ICMP 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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