We’re looking for an Admin and Events Assistant


Due to a successful and exciting 2023, The Strings Club is looking to welcome an experienced, dedicated and friendly Admin and Events Assistant to their team.

This role will involve working with our Head Office team to ensure the smooth running of both our Ofsted-registered Holiday Camps and #Music4All School Sessions - which both together have welcomed almost half a million children since 2012.

The role is ideal for someone who has at least two years experience working within an administrative role, a keen interest in art/events administration and is looking for a rewarding new role in a fast-paced company.

**Alongside an up-to-date CV, we need to know WHY you'd like to join our team and what you'll bring to the role and company. We won't be accepting applications without this. If you cannot attach on Indeed, please email to amy@thestringsclub.org below**

Main Duties and Responsibilities Include:

  • Managing our #Music4All Sessions and marketing to potential new schools via our nomination scheme.
  • Respond to any on-site issues that may arise for both our Holiday Camps and School Sessions.
  • Ensure compliance with all Ofsted regulations and our customer policies and procedures (T’s and C’s).
  • Designing and preparing our “Essential Info” emails and “Daily Newsletters” to customers via Mailchimp.
  • Assisting with the maintenance of all childcare vouchers and third party payments such as Bright Horizons/My Family Care.
  • Assistance with resource preparation (where necessary)
  • Assisting with the preparation of our Holiday Camps including staffing (where necessary).
  • Work alongside the Head Office team to complete a Post Event Evaluation Meeting to ensure all Holiday Camps improve on a regular basis.
  • Visit Holiday Camp sites to carry out observations and create a report as part of our Post Event Evaluation Meeting and quarterly KPI’s.
  • Assisting administrative duties such as answering the Head Office phone and responding to emails.
  • Checking our Holiday Camp Online Galleries to ensure high standards are maintained.
  • Assist in the scaling up to new sites alongside the Head Office team
  • Assist in the creation of SEO-focused, added-value blogs (eg “5 top free activities near you”)
  • Attending events such as awards and networking opportunity (where relevant)


  • Competitive Salary - £24960 per year (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension
  • Up to 28 days paid holiday (pro rata)
  • Bank holidays in addition to standard holiday hours
  • Free childcare at our Holiday Camps (if you have children)
  • Regular paid training
  • Annual membership to wellness app FIIT
  • Be part of a multi award-winning team.

Working for us

Since 2012, The Strings Club has gained national recognition for its refreshing approach to childcare and music from key figures such as Richard Hallam MBE, Chair of the Music Education Council, to business industry experts such as The Apprentice’s Karren Brady CBE.

The Strings Club is on a mission to improve the wellbeing of a million children in the next 5 years.

The above brings together several things we care deeply about:

  • the importance of positive early childhood experiences
  • the need for flexible work opportunities for parents
  • the potential of music to benefit children’s mental health and wellbeing.


Remotely most of the time alongside quarterly face to face meet ups.


This is currently a part time role at 3 days per week. Hours will usually be 9am - 5pm however during school holidays will be approx 8am - 4pm.

Closing Date: Monday 26th February – 5pm