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We are recruiting!

We are currently looking to recruit a Youth Music Studio Co-ordinator. If you want to be part of our dynamic team, download the job information packs below. This is an exciting time to join the organisation as we embark on the next phase of our development.

The ideal candidate will have excellent technical and entrepreneurial facilitation skills to oversee our music studio, music room and music production computer suite; to develop the already strong cohort of young people, with a particular focus on our older group (11-19) in technical skills and music production.


This role is key in our Youth Arts Participation department, delivering individual and group production sessions, outreach, as well as daily administrative tasks.


For more information, please download the Job Information pack below:


Youth Music Co-ordinator Job Information Pack


Youth Music Studio Co-ordinator-2020 Job Description


Equality and Diversity Monitoring 2020



The deadline for applications is: Thursday 10th December 2020 @ 10am

Please email completed application forms to:

1st Interviews: Thursday 17th December 2020

2nd Interviews: w/c 4th January 2021


Please note we do not accept CVs. To be considered for this role, please download and complete the Application and Equality & Diversity Monitoring Forms. 



Youth Arts Board Team Members

Interested in learning about producing and creating events and getting involved in shaping the programme here at Hoxton Hall?

We are looking for dynamic and committed individuals to join our Youth Arts Board at Hoxton Hall. You don’t need any previous experience. We are interested in anyone with new ideas and creative interests – whether it’s in theatre, music, film, dance, art, installations, spoken word or comedy.

Members of the board will be the voice central to all our work, you will be part of building a creative programme reflective of our young user’s interests and creative skillsets. The Youth Arts Board will work together with the Hoxton Hall Team over the course of the year to:

  • Inform the direction of Hoxton Hall’s creative programming.
  • To produce and commission events, performances and workshops.
  • Develop creatively through attending masterclasses in their chosen areas of artistic practice.
  • Attend Hoxton Hall’s Trustee Board meetings
  • Attend Hoxton Hall events
  • Act as ambassadors for Hoxton Hall
  • Take on paid opportunities where available.

To apply you must be between the ages of 14 and 25.

How to Apply

Please complete the Youth Arts Board application form HERE and the Equal Opportunities and Monitoring form HERE.

Applications must include both forms to be considered.

*Please note this is a voluntary role.

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