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MusicAIRE call for jury
The MusicAIRE project consortium is seeking to select a balanced and diverse group of experts to evaluate project applications handed in under the call that is currently open.
This call for jury is launched under the response to MusicAIRE’s first call for proposals and is going to be open until 28 March 2022 (13:00 CET).
To be part of the evaluators’ pool, candidates must have, cumulatively:
  • A solid knowledge of one or more fields of the music ecosystem;
  • High level of expertise in one or more of the thematic areas of the call – green, digital and just and resilient recovery (at least 4 years of experience in the domain(s) of expertise covered by the specific assignment;
  • Good level of English (minimum B2 level);
  • Ability to use IT tools required for the evaluation procedure;
  • Availability on the expected time frame for short-term assignments.
Prior experience in the evaluation of funded projects, at national or European level and previous experience in Project Management and/or Implementation will be considered an asset.
These tasks include, among others, the individual assessment of each application, through the attribution of quotations and respective reasoning, and evaluation consolidation operations when necessary. A framework for assessment will be provided based on the award criteria of the MusicAIRE call for proposals (relevance; quality; impact and sustainability).
The deadline for submissions is 28 March 2022 (13:00 CET)!
MusicAIRE (An Innovative Recovery for Europe) is an EU-funded project (Music Moves Europe) that aims to provide tailored instruments for the sector and contribute to a green, digital, just and resilient recovery of the music ecosystem. This call for proposals takes into consideration the feedback and input received by music sector representatives through a questionnaire and two think-tank sessions. The ultimate goal of this initiative is to design and test a supporting scheme that will assist with the recovery of the sector while preparing future EU support under the new Creative Europe Programme. MusicAIRE is managed by the consortium composed by INOVA+ and the European Music Council (EMC)
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