Music Generation is Ireland’s National Music Education Programme which helps children and young people access performance music education in their local area. Music Generation aims to expand its programme nationwide by 2022 and to date, it has been successfully established in 25 cities and counties in Ireland, creating some 67,000 opportunities for children and young people each year.
Quality is one of the programme’s key strategic objectives, supported by Quality, Support and Development (QSD) team in Music Generation’s National Development Office. Music Generation is now expanding this team with the appointment of a Reporting & Analysis Manager. This new role will take ownership for all aspects of analysis and reporting as well as the integration and development of the systems and processes that underpin its activity.
Reporting to the Head of QSD, this is a role for a skilled professional with at least three years’ experience focusing on drafting and efficiently delivering formal reports and templates for a variety purposes. The ideal candidate will combine that relevant experience with proven expertise in developing systems for the analysis, collation and reporting of data, and will have experience of working with a quality agenda.
For a job description and details of the application process, please contact John Deely at Pinpoint (Recruit@pinpoint.ie, (01) 642 5721). Closing Date: 5pm, Tuesday 3rd November, 2020.
Initiated by Music Network, Music Generation is co-funded by U2, The Ireland Funds, the Department of Education and Skills and Local Music Education Partnerships.