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Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Job description

soundLINCS is a not-for-profit community music organisation seeking to unleash potential through music through a programme of high-quality and innovative music making opportunities.

We are now looking for our next CEO to continue our excellent success story and to drive forward the vision and ambition of the organisation and further build our reputation as one of Lincolnshire’s leading community providers.

This is an exciting opportunity for an inspirational and passionate individual to lead an organisation that plays a pivotal role in shaping the cultural landscape of the region.

Key Responsibilities:

Artistic Vision & Strategic Leadership

Organisational Management

Financial & Resource Management

Programme Development & Impact Assessment

Team Building & People Management

External Relations & Advocacy

Skills, Experience & Qualifications:

If you meet the following key criteria, we would love to hear from you.

Proven track record of leadership in the not-for-profit sector, in a senior management role, ideally leading a music, arts or cultural organisation, or a major project in a related field

Experience working in a senior strategic role with demonstrable success in strategic planning, organisational development, and financial management.

Significant experience in management and operations, with a proven track record of successful project implementation.

Demonstrable success and experience generating income, identifying, and securing opportunities to diversify funding and grow income via trusts and foundations, individual giving, and other areas of funding.

Understanding of the UK Arts landscape, with a particular focus on / interest in the Community Music Sector.

Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

Enthusiasm to think big and help collaboratively shape the future of soundLINCS with necessary due diligence to financial risks, other risks, and governance. Results-oriented with drive to achieve organizational objectives.

High level of integrity and ethical conduct.

A personal commitment and passion for promoting diversity and equality of opportunity in music, arts, and cultural activities.

Compassion, kindness and understanding around challenges faced by our communities, young people, artists, music professionals and the broader music sector.

An advanced professional or leadership qualification is desirable.

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