Playlist for Life
Playlist for Life

Charity registered in Scotland SC044072

Established in 2013, Playlist for Life is a registered charity that aims to improve the wellbeing of people with dementia by giving them access to personally meaningful music.


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Visual Storyteller

  • Part time
  • £25,000 – £27,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 30th March 2020

A wonderful opportunity for an experienced Visual Storyteller to join the ground-breaking charity Playlist for Life at an exciting time. Playlist for Life is the personal music and dementia charity founded in 2013 by writer and broadcaster Sally Magnusson. We have ambitious plans for the next two years and, thanks to funding from the Community Lottery Fund, are recruiting for this new post to help support and roll out our UK-wide expansion programme.

You will be based mainly at our HQ in Govanhill, Glasgow but will travel regularly around Scotland and other parts of the UK, capturing compelling video content of people using personal playlists and benefitting from our charitable work. You will create assets to be used cross-platform to generate awareness of the power of personalised music, tell the stories of those using playlists to help those living with dementia, and promote the training and support that Playlist for Life can offer.

You will be highly motivated, creative and with the technical skills to shoot and edit engaging content, even in challenging situations. You will be friendly, calm, positive and a good listener – essential skills for developing a relationship with every person we work with. You will be an exceptional storyteller with a real passion for bringing personal stories to life. Your stories will help raise awareness of personalised music, develop brand awareness, and support our campaigns (including fundraising efforts).

This post will involve working with vulnerable adults and the successful applicant will be required to undergo PVG/DBS checks. Travel and occasional overnights are an essential part of this role; a drivers licence is essential and access to a vehicle will be an advantage.

The job will be made initially as a two-year fixed-term appointment, subject to further funding.

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Training Sales Executive

  • Part time
  • £25,000 – £27,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 6th April 2020

A wonderful opportunity to join the ground-breaking charity Playlist for Life at an exciting time is available for an experienced Training Sales Executive. Playlist for Life is the personal music and dementia charity founded in 2013 by writer and broadcaster Sally Magnusson. We have ambitious plans for the next two years and thanks to funding from The National Lottery Community Lottery Fund we are recruiting for this new post to help support and roll out our large-scale expansion programme.

By 2022 we want to establish a vibrant UK network of Help Points, volunteers, and trained healthcare and social care professionals, all creating and using playlists in their communities to help manage dementia systems, alleviate distress and reconnect relationships. We have a committed team based in Govanhill, Glasgow. Our Marketing and Communication Team is central to delivering our bold new plans and this new Training Sales Executive post will take a lead role in increasing our training sales pipeline prospects and expanding our training offering. We are looking for a people person who asks great questions and listens intently.

The Training Sales Executive will play a key part in developing and promoting our new training courses to healthcare and social care professionals and organisations. You will work with the Marketing and Communications Team to create in-depth business and marketing plans to promote our training, increase pipeline prospects and build relationships with clients. You will work with our Head of Communications and Campaigns, and the Communities Team to identify and develop strategic partnerships and B2B relationships, and you will work closely with individuals to increase the number of healthcare and social care professionals we train each year. This role will require attendance at external conferences, trade exhibitions and partnership meetings to generate and convert business opportunities. Experience working within the healthcare and/or social care industries, especially the NHS, is highly desired.

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