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Resonate Board Members

About the Role

We are seeking expressions of interest from individuals who share our values and passion for music education and are committed to improving opportunities for young people to create music together and progress their musical interests and talents.

The Board consists of professional people across various disciplines which the members seek constantly to broaden, strengthen, and renew.

There are usually four Board meetings per year, these take place in Notre Dame Catholic College and last for around 2 hours. There is an expectation that Board members set time aside to read relevant papers and documentation.

We welcome applications from all sections of our community and, in particular, those with experience in the following areas:

  • Fundraising
  • Human Resources
  • Company Law
  • Charity Law
  • Marketing and Communications
  • Legal Expertise

Term: 4 Years, voluntary

About You

You will contribute to the development of a high-quality, inclusive music education offer, and the steer of strategic development, which will positively impact the lives of children and young people across Liverpool, Warrington and Halton.

Whether you have board level experience or want to make your first step into strategic governance, we want to hear from you. We welcome applications for this voluntary Board Member role from anyone over the age of 18 from all sectors and backgrounds. We especially welcome and encourage applications from people with backgrounds currently underrepresented on our Board, particularly those from our ethnically diverse population, people from the LGBTQ+ community, or people who are disabled.

Next Steps

If you are willing to commit your time and expertise to help us build an inclusive music education offer, across Liverpool, Warrington and Halton we would welcome an expression of interest from you.

Please read through the Terms of Reference and Strategic Role document, then complete the Resonate Board Application Form and forward to Jonathan Dickson, Head of Service : [email protected] 

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Resonate Board Terms of Reference and Strategic Role

Resonate Board Application Form

Closing Date: 3rd March 2023

Pastoral Support Assistant

We are seeking a number of Pastoral Support Assistants to work with a lead music tutor in our Resonate Music Studios ensembles and in school settings.

Job Description, Pastoral Support Assistant

Main responsibilities:

  • To work as part of a team of Pastoral Support Assistants
  • Support individual students to access learning
  • Work within Resonate policies for dealing with issues of behaviour, safety and well-being
  • To be alert to Safeguarding issues, log and pass on concerns as appropriate
  • Assisting and supporting pupils during sessions and break times
  • Feedback and liaison with Parents/Carers when applicable
  • Feedback and liaison with ensemble leaders and other support staff
  • Feedback and liaison with Senior Leadership Team
  • Provide support where necessary to individual pupils
  • To comply with confidentiality and safeguarding procedures

For further information and application pack please click here.


Freelance Music Tutors

We are looking for the following providers of tuition to teach 1:1, small group and/or whole class instrumental lessons. We are particularly interested in hearing from tutors with the following expertise:

  • Brass
  • Voice/Choir (including whole school singing projects)

Please consult the following documents for more information about the role and for details of how to apply:

Freelance Music Tutor Information Pack 

Freelance Music Tutor Enrolment Form

Assistant Music Tutor

We are seeking a number of assistant tutors to work with a lead music tutor in our Resonate Music Studios ensembles and in school settings.

Skills and attributes

Although not an exhaustive list, these are a few of the skills and qualities we would expect in all of our providers:

  • The ability to read music, to play an instrument and to sing in tune;
  • Have experience of playing in a band/ensemble or singing in a choir at any level;
  • Have experience of, and enthusiasm for working, with young children aged 7 – 18 in an ensemble/band or school setting;
  • A willingness to work within a team of professional music educators and learn to teach music as part of a team;
  • Local experience and knowledge of Liverpool communities and cultures;
  • Aspiration to learn more about how children and young people progress in music education;
  • The ability to maintain high professional standards at all times including excellent timekeeping, managing administration, clear and timely communication with schools, parents, students and Resonate.

For further information and application pack please click here