If you are passionate about the opportunity to help leisure time music flourish we would love to hear from you.

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Volunteer vacancies

Our volunteering vacancies are open to people aged 18 and over. Find out more about vacancies below.

For more information, or to request an application form, please contact us.

Member Contact Volunteers

The Member Contact Volunteer (MCV) will undertake personal contact with Making Music member groups during a specified period of time. The purpose of the contact is to highlight events that are coming up, to carry out research and collect feedback and/or to signpost members to relevant online resources as they are made available. Initial contact is mainly made by telephone, with some follow up by email required.
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Listener for the Selected Artists Panel

Our pool of Listeners attend live performances by applicants for the guide at locations across the UK. After the performance they complete a short report form, commenting on the artists’ musical ability, presentation and audience engagement, and choice of programming. They then return this form to the Listeners Co-ordinator within 7 days of the performance. The report forms are used by the Selected Artists Panel when making their final selection for the guide.
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Online Health Check Volunteers

Our Online Health Check Volunteers are matched with Making Music member groups who have signed up for an Online Health Check. You will review their website and social media channels and make suggestions for how they might be able to improve these in order to help them to better reach out to new members and audiences.
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Translation Volunteer (Wales)

Our Translation Volunteers translate text from English into Welsh for us, allowing us to make our resources available to people in their native language.
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