Project Manager - RSCM Hymnpact!®

Hymnpact!® is an exciting new project providing high quality, flexible hymn resources to schools and churches in a fresh approach to Christian music.  Hymnpact! offers a positive and practical solution for bridging the gap between traditional church music and the styles of music most children encounter in school today, offering children a pathway into spiritual development and the worshipping community through singing. 

This new role is an opportunity to lead the development and implementation of this project.  After the isolation of the pandemic, with the decline of music provision in schools and decreasing church attendance, Hymnpact! offers a new way to nurture the spiritual development of children through song. 

Hymnpact! will work with local Church of England schools and parishes, initially within the Diocese of St. Albans, to create a “School to Church Pathway”. 

You will be responsible for delivering a project that enables parishes and schools to work together.  You will work with local parishes, schools and diocesan staff, facilitating workshops and helping to develop materials for sharing approaches and best practice. 

You will have a talent for managing projects and understand the value of working with stakeholders and  partners.  You will be able to implement timely and effective reporting to drive progress and develop creative solutions.  You will know how to embed feedback and learning into projects to create sustainable and replicable approaches. 

Familiarity with the work of parish churches would be an advantage and experience of working with schools would be helpful but neither is essential.  Above all, you will be passionate about the power of singing to bring people together. 

1.0 FTE – Fixed Term for 2.5 Years from Autumn 2022 

£30k – £32k FTE 

Flexible: Working from home, or Salisbury (RSCM Office) if preferred. Occasional travel to other locations around England (initially particularly within the diocese of St. Albans). 

Standard Office hours are 9am to 5pm (35 hours pw) however, flexibility will be desirable for this role and occasional evening work may be required.  4 days a week may be considered for the appropriate candidate. 

REPORTS TO RSCM Deputy Director, Education and Mission Delivery 

Job description and Person Specification

Application is by CV which should be sent to  For the job description and person specification please see Work For Us | RSCM 

For an informal chat prior to application please email Sal McDougall, RSCM Deputy Director, Education and Mission Delivery at 


Closing Date: 12 noon Monday 15 August 

Online Interviews: Week commencing 29 August  

Appointment is subject to references and satisfactory completion of the RSCM’s Confidential Self-Declaration Form and Enhanced DBS check. Church of England C0 Safeguarding training to be completed once in post.