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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    HR Administrator

    Date posted: 01/06/18
     

    Closing date: 19/06/18

    Salary: £22,422 - £24,634 p.a. (Including LWA)
     

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    You will provide professional day-to-day administrative support to a Human Resources Team of five people, to support the provision of an effective, efficient and customer-focused HR service across Trinity Laban. The role will also require supporting the delivery of HR related projects.

    The successful candidate will need to have an awareness of relevant employment legislation in undertaking the role. With a strong attention to detail, you will have good interpersonal skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

    You must be able to both work under pressure and meet deadlines, whilst progressing a number of different and separate tasks simultaneously. An understanding of the need for confidentiality and the ability to handle sensitive and confidential information is essential.

    For more information and to apply please visit our website.

    Closing Date: 23:59 hours BST, Tuesday 19 June 2018 (No Agencies)

    Interview Date: Wednesday 27 June 2018


    Contact: Chloe Roper | Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk | Telephone: 02083054382

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  • Monteverdi Choir and Orchestras


    2018/19 Monteverdi Apprentices Scheme

    Date posted: 30/04/18
     

    Closing date: 22/06/18

    Salary: Apprentices are paid for concert performances
     

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    Apprentices are paid for concert performances; the Programme is free of charge to participants

    The aim of the Monteverdi Apprentices Programme is to recruit the most promising young performers, and introduce them to the musical tradition of the Monteverdi Choir and the working practices of Sir John Eliot Gardiner by way of a year-long apprenticeship, involving participation in projects with the Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, as well as additional workshops and coaching sessions with mentors from the Monteverdi ensembles.

    The Monteverdi Choir will appoint up to eight choral Apprentices for the 2018-19 season, who will be invited to take part in several projects with the Monteverdi Choir, EBS and ORR. They will be asked to perform concerts in the United Kingdom and on tour in Europe and to attend all associated rehearsals, as well as dedicated workshops and coaching sessions tailored to their musical aims and ambitions.


    Contact: Tom Hansell | Email: info@monteverdi.org.uk | Telephone: 020 7719 0120

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  • Askonas Holt


    Project Manager (maternity cover)

    Date posted: 23/05/18
     

    Closing date: 22/06/18

     

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    We seek a Project Manager (9-month maternity cover) to work as a part of a team delivering tours for a wide variety of orchestras and dance companies.

    The Project Manager will provide strategic guidance to a range of clients in their international touring activities, and will initiate and manage tours and special projects for our clients, which include the world’s greatest orchestras and dance companies as well as other leading performing arts institutions.

    Full job description & application details are on our website.


    Contact: Kate Bursey | Email: hr@askonasholt.co.uk

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  • Morgensterns


    Music Management Assistant

    Date posted: 03/06/18
     

    Closing date: 22/06/18

    Salary: 21,000
     

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    Morgensterns Diary Service requires a music management assistant to join our lively teleteam, and help us manage the careers of over 500 of the UK’s busiest freelance orchestral and session musicians.

    If you are looking for a career in the world of orchestral management, have enthusiasm for music and musicians and administrative experience, we’d like to hear from you. A good telephone manner and the ability to thrive under pressure are essential.

    Morgensterns management services are designed to help our busy freelance orchestral and session musician clients make the most of every work opportunity. We hold copies of our clients' diaries, and our client managers offer efficient and friendly representation when orchestral managers call.

    You will be working with every major UK orchestral and session fixer, and so you will need to have a general understanding of the workings of the orchestral world and a keen desire to develop a career in the world of orchestral administration.

    Working for Morgensterns is a great way to launch your career in orchestral management. Past members of our teleteam are now working for Askonas Holt, BBC SO, CBSO, City of London Sinfonia, ECO, EMI, ENO, OUP, RLPO, RPO, ROH, Opera North, Harrison/Parrott and the Intermusica Music Agency

    This is a full time position.

    Morgensterns is located in Croydon.

    The salary is £21,000.


    Contact: Julian Morgenstern | Email: jobapp@morgensterns.com | Telephone: 020 8649 9669

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  • National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain


    Trustees

    Date posted: 11/06/18
     

    Closing date: 22/06/18

    Salary: Unremunerated
     

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    Position: Trustees
    Location: London and Bristol / Weston Super Mare
    Job Type: Part Time, 3 years Initial Term
    Hours: 7-10 days per annum
    Salary: unremunerated
    Closing date: Friday 22 June 2018

    NCO seeks new Trustees The National Children’s Orchestras of Great Britain are embarking on a phase of visionary development under the inspirational guidance of our new executive team; Sophie Lewis, Managing Director, and Catherine Arlidge MBE, Artistic & Educational Director.

    The Board of Trustees will oversee this new initiative and position NCO as a leading artistic organisation delivering world class artistic and educational experiences. NCO is now looking for a number of outstanding Trustees to join the Board and work with existing members and the senior executive team to ensure the charity continues to achieve its ambitions.

    The successful candidate will have a strong interest in music education and an empathy with NCO and its objectives and a willingness to engage in fundraising activities in partnership with the fundraising team. You must also have some understanding of the public and private funding context for the arts and music education.


    Contact: Sophie Lewis | Email: s.lewis@nco.org.uk | Telephone: 01934418855

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  • National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain


    Chair

    Date posted: 11/06/18
     

    Closing date: 22/06/18

    Salary: Unremunerated
     

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    Position: Chair
    Location: London and Bristol / Weston Super Mare
    Job Type: Part Time, 3 years Initial Term
    Hours: 10 days per annum
    Salary: unremunerated
    Closing date: Friday 22 June 2018

    NCO seeks new Chair The National Children’s Orchestras of Great Britain are embarking on a phase of visionary development under the inspirational guidance of our new executive team; Sophie Lewis, Managing Director, and Catherine Arlidge MBE, Artistic & Educational Director.

    The Board of Trustees will oversee this new initiative and position NCO as a leading artistic organisation delivering world class artistic and educational experiences. The Chair will hold the Board and Executive Team to account for the Charity’s mission and vision, providing inclusive leadership to the Board of Trustees, ensuring that each Trustee fulfils their duties and responsibilities for the effective governance of the charity.

    The successful candidate will have experience of charity governance and working with or as part of a Board of Trustees and significant experience of chairing meetings and events. You will have a broad knowledge and understanding of the arts and music education sector and current issues affecting it.

    You may have experience of the following: Chairman, Chair Person, Chair, Assistant Chair, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Not for Profit, NFP, Financial Management, NED, CEO, Board Member, Director.


    Contact: Sophie Lewis | Email: s.lewis@nco.org.uk | Telephone: 01934418855

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  • Singapore Symphony Orchestra


    Director of Artistic Planning

    Date posted: 01/06/18
     

    Closing date: 23/06/18

     

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    The Singapore Symphony Group (SSG) manages the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO), the Singapore National Youth Orchestra, various choral programmes, and concerts at Victoria Concert Hall, Home of the SSO since 1979.

    The Director of Artistic Planning holds primary responsibility in the company for developing artistic programmes for the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and overseeing the artistic programmes of the choral, youth and chamber music programmes.

    The Director develops artistically-, socially-, and financially compelling programme for local audiences, using a consultative approach, taking into account the strategic goals and artistic vision of the Company, balanced against an understanding of operational and resource constraints. This includes working with the chief conductor and senior management on the planning of seasons and concert repertoire, and ensuring that all artistic elements – such as booking of guest artists or scheduling of staff conducting assignments, are professionally-planned, contracted and communicated to production, marketing, and other relevant staff.

    Please go to our website via the link below to see more details regarding responsibilities and requirements.

    Please provide a comprehensive resume and cover letter also stating current and expected salaries to excitingcareers@sso.org.sg.

    Applicants who fulfill most and not all of the requirements will also be considered. This position is based in Singapore, and only candidates based in or willing to relocate to Singapore will be considered.

    Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.


    Email: excitingcareers@sso.org.sg

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  • Birmingham Contemporary Music Group


    Project Manager, NEXT

    Date posted: 21/05/18
     

    Closing date: 25/06/18

    Salary: In the region of £23,00 and depending on experience
     

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    Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG) and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire have joined forces to offer a new and unique 1-year training programme for music students and professional musicians looking for a career as performers of contemporary music.

    The NEXT programme will train the Next Generation in Contemporary Music; the course will be collaboratively led by both organisations and supported by a Project Manager who will be the point of contact for all course participants and musicians.

    The Project Manager will be in close contact with staff and musicians of both BCMG and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and will be responsible for running the course activities both internally and externally.

    We seek a highly motivated individual to fill this new full-time role within BCMG, working across departments and managing partnerships. Possessing a high level of communication skills, the successful candidate should have experience of working as a project manager (preferably in the music sector) and will have good relevant networks.

    Experience of working in the Higher Education sector would be an advantage. They should be able to work independently and ideally full time, but we will consider applications from candidates who would require more flexibility.


    Contact: Caroline Newton | Email: caroline@bcmg.org.uk | Telephone: 0121 616 2623

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Learning and Participation (Music) Projects Manager

    Date posted: 01/06/18
     

    Closing date: 25/06/18

    Salary: £29,373 - £35,249
     

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    We are seeking a highly skilled and dynamic Projects Manager to join our Learning & Participation (Music) team.

    The Projects Manager forms a key role within the Learning & Participation (Music) Children and Young People’s sub team. Working to the Widening Participation Manager, the Projects Manager is responsible for devising, managing and delivering a range of projects for children and young people with a wide range of learners and participants.

    The Projects Manager role includes strategic responsibilities overseeing programmes, fundraising, marketing and evaluation, as well as day to day project and event management.

    This is a full time appointment, with occasional weekend and evening work required as part of the role (Trinity Laban operate a time off in lieu policy). Please note as this role will involve some working with children and young people - an Enhanced DBS will be required.

    If you think this might be just the job for you, please register an account with our eRecruitment system (or login if you have an account) and complete an online application form using the link below.

    Closing Date: 23:59 hours BST, Monday 25th June 2018 (No Agencies)

    Interview Date: Friday 6th July 2018


    Contact: Chloe Roper | Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk | Telephone: 0208 305 4382.

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  • Hazard Chase


    Assistant Artist Manager

    Date posted: 01/06/18
     

    Closing date: 25/06/18

    Salary: minimum £19,000 p.a.
     

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    Hazard Chase is seeking a bright, organised and confident individual responsible for carrying out servicing for a group of instrumentalists and conductors.

    The position, which will report to two Artist Managers, involves overseeing the preparation period before an engagement to ensure everything runs smoothly. This entails liaising with concert promoters and local agents throughout the world to organise the booking of travel and accommodation, investigating and applying for visas/other documentation on behalf of the artist when needed, requesting and processing contracts, updating biographical and marketing materials, co-ordinating press interviews either directly or through a PR agency, and liaising with publishers regarding sheet music. Assistant Artist Managers are also required to produce detailed schedules/itineraries for artists on a regular basis, ensuring all relevant information is included, such as rehearsal times, dress code, travel information, and contact details.

    The role also includes assisting the Finance Department, checking invoicing lists and artist statements on a regular basis. The role involves use of our diary management system, Overture. This requires accurate data entry and amendments, updating company contacts as required, and checking through email correspondence and correctly transferring all required information, including financial data.

    Please go to our website via the link below to see more information.


    Contact: Emma Brown | Email: emma.brown@hazardchase.co.uk | Telephone: 01223 312400

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  • Royal College of Music


    Admissions Officer

    Date posted: 04/06/18
     

    Closing date: 25/06/18

    Salary: Grade 7 (£32,754 - £36,366 per annum)
     

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    Job ref no: 113-18

    The RCM’s Admissions Team takes pride in providing a high quality, efficient and welcoming service to prospective students.

    As the first point of contact for the majority of applicants, the Admissions Officer plays a key role in the RCM’s recruitment activities. The Admissions Officer is responsible for administering the day to day running of the RCM’s admissions service, has responsibility for the planning and operational management of the annual UK auditions and assists in the administration of overseas auditions. Additionally, the Admissions Officer is responsible for the compilation of the RCM’s professorial teaching allocations for new and returning students each year.

    • You should be an experienced higher education administrator, with knowledge of UCAS admissions processes
    • You should have excellent organisational skills, be able to manage a varied workload efficiently and deal with operational issues independently
    • You should be experienced in providing a high standard of customer service, with excellent written and oral communication skills
    • You should have a practical knowledge of music, preferably of a classical nature
    • You should have strong IT skills, ideally with advanced use of Excel

    This role is offered on a full time (1FTE) basis on a permanent contract and is available immediately.

    For full details of this position and details of how to apply, please visit the RCM website.

    Closing date: 9am on Monday 25 June 2018

    Interview date: Tuesday 10 July 2018


    Contact: Isabella Enstrom, HR Assistant | Email: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk | Telephone: 020 7591 4784

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  • Birmingham Contemporary Music Group


    Project Manager, NEXT

    Date posted: 06/06/18
     

    Closing date: 25/06/18

    Salary: c.£23,000, dependent on experience
     

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    Birmingham Contemporary Music Group is one of Europe’s leading contemporary arts companies whose critically-acclaimed work includes concerts, tours, new music commissions and learning and participation programmes.

    Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG) and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire have joined forces to offer a new and unique 1-year training programme for music students and professional musicians looking for a career as performers of contemporary music.

    The NEXT programme will train the Next Generation in Contemporary Music; the course will be collaboratively led by both organisations and supported by a Project Manager who will be the point of contact for all course participants and musicians. The Project Manager will be in close contact with staff and musicians of both BCMG and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, and will be responsible for running the course activities both internally and externally.

    We seek a highly motivated individual to fill this new full-time role within BCMG, working across departments and managing partnerships. Possessing a high level of communication skills, the successful candidate should have experience of working as a project manager (preferably in the music sector) and will have good relevant networks.

    Experience of working in the Higher Education sector would be an advantage. They should be able to work independently and ideally full time, but we will consider applications from candidates who would require more flexibility.


    Contact: Caroline Newton | Email: caroline@bcmg.org.uk | Telephone: 0121 6162616

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  • City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra


    Orchestra Librarian

    Date posted: 09/06/18
     

    Closing date: 25/06/18

    Salary: 27,000
     

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    The world-renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra is seeking an Orchestra Librarian who will play a crucial operational role within the Concerts Department, managing the orchestra’s music library, ensuring that the orchestra is supplied at the right time and the right place with the correct music.

    The role will work closely with the Orchestra players in addition to the Planning and Operational departments of the Concerts Team.

    Please visit our website using the link below for further details.


    Contact: Jenny Chadwick | Email: jchadwick@cbso.co.uk | Telephone: 0121 616 6504

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  • Wigmore Hall


    Programme Manager (Young People & Families)

    Date posted: 04/06/18
     

    Closing date: 26/06/18

    Salary: £29,400
     

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    Wigmore Hall seeks a Programme Manager to develop Wigmore Hall Learning’s evolving programme for young people following a consultation process, to manage growing community partnerships which offer activity for families, and to programme events at Wigmore Hall across the Learning programme.

    For 24 years Wigmore Hall's renowned Learning programme has been giving people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities opportunities to take part in creative music making, engaging a broad and diverse audience through innovative creative projects, concerts, workshops and online resources.

    We are passionate about the impact music can have on our lives and on our society, and three core values lie at the heart of our programme: creativity, collaboration and equality, which we embody through quality, co-created activity. These values reflect the spirit of chamber music and inspire all that we do; making music together as an ensemble, with every voice heard and equally valued.

    We collaborate with a range of community, arts, health, social care and education organisations, working together to engage people who face barriers to music making.

    For full details on the role and information on how to apply visit the Wigmore Hall website.


    Contact: Daisy Swift | Email: dswift@wigmore-hall.org.uk | Telephone: 020 7258 8247

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  • Intermusica


    Executive Assistant to Managing Director & Operations Assistant

    Date posted: 14/06/18
     

    Closing date: 27/06/18

    Salary: Competitive
     

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    Intermusica is seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to manage the Managing Director’s office. The successful candidate will work proactively to manage the MD’s schedule and will be confident acting as the MD’s representative in client situations. Our ideal candidate has previous experience as an Executive Assistant and is familiar with office management technologies and platforms.

    The successful candidate will possess/be:

    • Proven track record as a successful PA or EA
    • Experienced in a client-facing environment, able to credibly interact with high profile clients and industry professionals (via phone, email and in-person) and understands how to operate with sensitivity and discretion
    • Excellent organisational skills, plans ahead, anticipates diary challenges and proactively manages them

    EA Responsibilities:

    • Manage diary and inbox
    • Manage travel and expenses
    • Organise internal and external meetings
    • Prepare presentations and documents
    • Liaison between MD and directors
    • Manage specific projects as directed
    • Troubleshoot and look at ways to optimise resources and time
    • Attend and minute meetings as directed

    Operations Administration responsibilities include health & safety and building issues, and IT and HR support.

    For a full job description, and to apply, please click through to Hire Locker, using the link below, where you will be guided through our online application process.


    Contact: Fabienne Morris | Email: fmorris@intermusica.co.uk | Telephone: 02076089900

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  • Royal College of Music


    Registry Assistant (Students)

    Date posted: 15/06/18
     

    Closing date: 28/06/18

    Salary: £25,396 - £28,102 per annum
     

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    Job Reference Number: 114-18

    The Registry is seeking a Registry Assistant (Students) to be the primary point of contact for users of the RCM’s room booking system, Asimut, and to support the College’s students and professors in booking rooms for teaching and practicing.

    The Registry Assistant will also provide day to day support to the Registry Programmes team, the administrators of our undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The post involves extensive contact with students and professors and represents a fantastic opportunity for a candidate interested in a career in Higher Education administration.

    You will be enthusiastic and friendly, familiar with an administrative environment, an excellent communicator with first class planning and organisational skills and have sound IT proficiency. An appreciation of classical music would be a distinct advantage.

    For full details of this position and to download the Application and Equal Opportunities Monitoring forms please visit the RCM website at www.rcm.ac.uk/jobs.
    Please send your completed forms to Olivia Towers, HR Advisor, Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BS or by e-mail to: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk.

    CVs without an application form will not be accepted. Please ensure that you include the Job Reference Number when submitting your application.
    Closing date for receipt of applications is 9am on 28 June 2018
    Interviews will be held in the week commencing 16 July 2018.
    With some roles at the RCM second interviews may take place.


    Contact: Olivia Towers | Email: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk | Telephone: 07814520773

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  • Royal College of Music


    Maintenance Operative (Electrical)

    Date posted: 08/06/18
     

    Closing date: 29/06/18

    Salary: Grade 6: £28,102 - £31,102 per annum
     

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    Job ref no: 203-18

    The RCM’s Estates & Facilities team is now seeking to appoint a Maintenance Operative (Electrical) to be responsible for ensuring the estates is well maintained and building services are statuary compliant, ensuring a high standard of service delivery from the in-house and out-sourced maintenance teams.

    Reporting to the Acting Maintenance Manager, the postholder will be expected to carry out tasks such as; routine checks of supplies and services, periodic checks to mechanical and general plant systems, electrical updating works and general rewiring and a variety of other maintenance tasks across the RCM.

    This is an exciting time to join the RCM, which is currently progressing its most ambitious construction and redevelopment phase in its history; redeveloping existing facilities and constructing new. This will give new foyer space, better access and circulation throughout the building, two new performance spaces, a new Museum of Music and more practice and teaching rooms.

    More details are available at www.rcm.ac.uk/moremusic.

    This post is offered on a full-time basis for a fixed-term period of 12 months in the first instance and is immediately available.

    For full details of this position and to apply please visit the RCM website.

    Closing date for receipt of applications is 9am on Friday 29 June 2018.
    Interviews will be held on Thursday 12 July 2018.

    The Royal College of Music is an Equal Opportunities Employer.


    Contact: Isabella Enstrom, HR Assistant | Email: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk | Telephone: 020 7591 4784

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  • Royal College of Music


    Assistant professor - Composition for Screen

    Date posted: 18/06/18
     

    Closing date: 29/06/18

    Salary: Hourly paid (£39.96)
     

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    Job ref no: 307-18

    The Royal College of Music is seeking to engage a Composition assistant professor, who is a specialist in composition for screen.

    We are looking for candidates with the following attributes:
    • You should be a widely recognised and highly respected practitioner, either as a screen composer or a teacher of screen composition, at the highest level
    • You will be teaching, to an exceptionally high level of technical and musical proficiency using appropriate technologies, to students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, so relevant teaching experience at these levels is required.
    • You should have a global perspective on the world of screen composition today and possess significant contacts within the broader profession
    • You should understand the particular demands of the composition for screen community whilst striving to help each student reach the fullness of their own potential.

    For full details of this position and our Equal Opportunities Monitoring form please visit our website using the link below.

    To apply please send a covering letter and full CV/biography along with our Equal Opportunities Monitoring form to Isabella Enstrom, HR Assistant, Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BS or by e-mail to: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk.

    Closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Friday 29 June.
    Interviews will be held on 5 July 2018.


    Contact: Isabella Enstrom | Email: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk | Telephone: 02075914784

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  • Birmingham Contemporary Music Group


    Learning Co-ordinator

    Date posted: 06/06/18
     

    Closing date: 02/07/18

    Salary: £8,000 gross annual salary (2 days per week), pro rata of £20,000
     

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    We seek a hard-working, highly motivated individual, to project manage our out of school programme for young people and higher education activity.

    The Learning Co-ordinator is a key role in the Learning Team of four. The Team consists of the Director of Learning (3 days), Learning Coordinator (schools) (2 days) and a Learning Trainee (2.5 days). The Team is responsible for developing and delivering a year round innovative programme of activity in schools, Higher Education, at our home the CBSO Centre and in other community venues.

    Most activity takes place in Birmingham and the wider West Midlands area. The role’s main purpose is the day to day management of BCMG’s Learning and Participation Programme, in particular, our out-of-school programme and higher education activity.

    This involves liaising with and coordinating BCMG musicians, workshop leaders, composers and other external partners to ensure the smooth running of projects.

    This is a part-time (2 days a week) post. Fixed term for 12 months with a view to extending.

    Application deadline: Monday 2 July, 2018 at 9am

    Interview date: Wednesday 18 July, 2018 at CBSO Centre


    Contact: Nancy Evans | Email: nancy@bcmg.org.uk | Telephone: 0121 6162616

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  • The Sixteen


    Box Office and Marketing Coordinator

    Date posted: 12/06/18
     

    Closing date: 02/07/18

     

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    After 39 years of worldwide performance and recording, The Sixteen is recognised as one of the world’s greatest ensembles, comprising both choir and period-instrument orchestra. At home in the UK, The Sixteen are “The Voices of Classic FM” and Associate Artists of The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. The group promotes The Choral Pilgrimage, an annual tour of the UK’s finest cathedrals, which aims to bring music back to the buildings for which it was written. The Sixteen featured in the highly successful BBC television series, Sacred Music, presented by actor Simon Russell Beale.

    The Sixteen is bringing its box office services in-house and is seeking someone to oversee and administrate this area, as well as to work with the Marketing Manager to maximise audience development opportunities. The Sixteen promotes approximately 30 own-promoted concerts a season and will for the first time be able to manage the booking process internally. The purpose of this role is to oversee and help deliver the sales and ticketing operation and to deliver the highest level of customer service possible to all those that interact with or visit us. This role will lead on the day to day administration of the Box Office function and lead on event/product set ups, as directed and overseen by the Marketing Manager. Effective use and implementation of our Box Office system, Spektrix, will be vital to successfully delivering the role. Telephone bookings will be managed by a third party company.

    This is a co-ordinator and support role split approximately 60/40 between box office administration and marketing responsibilities. This is a new role and will initially be a 12-month fixed term contract.


    Contact: Amy Donaldson | Email: amy@thesixteen.com

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  • London Philharmonic Orchestra


    Orchestra Co-ordinator and Auditions Administrator

    Date posted: 18/06/18
     

    Closing date: 02/07/18

    Salary: Commensurate with Experience
     

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    The London Philharmonic Orchestra’s is looking to recruit an Orchestra Co-ordinator and Auditions Administrator. Working alongside the Orchestra Personnel Manager, the role is a key contact for the Orchestra’s musicians, conductors and soloists and responsible for the day to day running of the Orchestra’s schedule.

    The ideal candidate will have an excellent understanding of the workings of a large symphonic ensemble, evidence of successful people management skills and prior professional experience of orchestral management, alongside a commitment to representing the aims and ideals of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

    To apply or for further details please visit our website.


    Contact: David Burke | Email: david.burke@lpo.org.uk | Telephone: 0207 840 4221

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  • London Philharmonic Orchestra


    Project Co-ordinator, Education and Community

    Date posted: 18/06/18
     

    Closing date: 02/07/18

    Salary: £21,000-£24,000
     

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    The London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Education & Community Department is looking to recruit a Project Co-ordinator - a new role to support an expanding programme of work engaging with over 30,000 people each year. You will be involved in both the administration and on the ground delivery of range of projects, as well as supporting the development of digital project resources.

    The ideal candidate will have experience of working with professional musicians, young people and adults in the context of high quality music education projects, meticulous administrative skills and confidence managing live activity with a wide range of partners, alongside a commitment to representing the aims and ideals of the London Philharmonic Orchestra in a lively and challenging programme of work

    To apply or for further details please visit our website.


    Contact: David Burke | Email: david.burke@lpo.org.uk | Telephone: 0207 840 4221

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  • Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra


    Participate Co-ordiantor

    Date posted: 13/06/18
     

    Closing date: 03/07/18

    Salary: £18,360
     

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    The BSO is seeking a dynamic and proactive individual to join the Participate Team for an 18 month fixed term contract.

    You will be the lead contact, planning and delivering all activities in the BSO Resonate and Boost programme strands. This role will also involve administration, project management, documentation, evaluation and research tasks.

    You will have excellent organisational, IT, communication and teamwork skills and an ability to prioritise a busy workload. Experience of administration and events management, as well as previous experience working in the arts would be an advantage in this role. A full driving license is essential.

    Full Time - Salary £18,360

    Closing date: 17.00pm Tuesday 3rd July 2018

    Interview: Thursday 12 July 2018

    For an application form, job description and person specification visit our website using the link below.


    Contact: Natalie Wright | Email: nwright@bsorchestra.co.uk | Telephone: 01202 644704

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  • Scottish Chamber Orchestra


    Orchestra Librarian

    Date posted: 15/06/18
     

    Closing date: 05/07/18

    Salary: between £20 - £22k per annum depending on experience
     

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    We are looking for a new Orchestra Librarian to run the Scottish Chamber Orchestra music library within the Concerts Department. The postholder will work closely with conductors and orchestra players in addition to the Concerts team.

    This is a full-time post with some evening and weekend working.

    This is a super opportunity for a music graduate (or equivalent) with good IT skills to develop within an enthusiastic and dedicated team.

    For further information, please download our candidate information pack on our website.


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  • London Sinfonietta


    Participation & Learning Officer

    Date posted: 18/06/18
     

    Closing date: 06/07/18

    Salary: £23,000-£25,000
     

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    The Participation & Learning Officer works as part of small team to plan and deliver the London Sinfonietta’s programme including its schools engagement (Sound Out), public participation opportunities (LS Open), audience development programmes and higher education training (LS Academy).

    This role would be suitable for someone with at least 2 years experience of education and outreach work within the classical music sector. An interest and knowledge in contemporary classical music would be an advantage.

    Terms and Conditions
    Working hours: Full-time, 5 days per week
    Salary range: £23,000-£25,000 depending on experience
    Annual leave: 25 days per annum pro rata plus statutory holidays
    Pension: Contributions match employee contributions up to a maximum of 3%.

    How to apply
    To apply for this position please send a completed Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to Recruitment@londonsinfonietta.org.uk.
    Please note that we do not accept CVs.

    For a full Job Description please visit our website.
    The closing date for applications is midnight on Friday 6 July 2018
    Interviews are likely to be held on in the week of 16 July 2018

    For any queries please contact Craig West, General Manager (craig.west@londonsinfonietta.org.uk)


    Contact: Craig West | Email: craig.west@londonsinfonietta.org.uk | Telephone: 020 7239 9340

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  • The Royal College of Music


    Creative Careers Centre Graduate Intern

    Date posted: 19/06/18
     

    Closing date: 09/07/18

    Salary: £20,360 - £21,026 per annum, pro rata
     

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    Founded in 1882 the Royal College of Music (RCM) is one of the world’s leading conservatoires providing specialised musical education and professional training at the highest international level for performers and composers.

    The Creative Careers Centre aims to bridge the gap between student and professional life by offering tailored guidance, development schemes and opportunities, through which musicians gain the necessary skills and contacts to succeed in a highly competitive industry.

    This part-time internship would ideally suit a recent music graduate wishing to develop their professional portfolio in areas of arts administration. Applicants will ideally have some prior experience of office-based administrative and database work, good attention to detail, solid knowledge of IT, and the ability to work independently on administrative tasks.

    High levels of oral and written communication skills are essential.

    This internship will run from September 2018 to July 2019.


    Contact: Isabella Enstrom | Email: recruitment@rcm.ac.uk | Telephone: 02075914784

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  • Academy of Ancient Music


    Education and Outreach Manager

    Date posted: 12/06/18
     

    Closing date: 10/07/18

    Salary: £32,000 - £36,000 p.a. pro rata depending on experience
     

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    AAM are looking for a creative and experienced Education and Outreach Manager who is passionate about the importance of music in society, with demonstrable experience of developing and facilitating creative arts projects including management of stakeholder relations.

    This role is part-time (flexible working options may be available) and is based in our office which is located in the heart of historic Cambridge.

    Application deadline is 9am on Tuesday 10 July 2018.

    Please visit the AAM website for a full job description and application details.


    Contact: Anthony Brice | Email: anthony.brice@aam.co.uk | Telephone: 01223301509

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  • Academy of St Martin in the Fields


    Development Manager

    Date posted: 13/06/18
     

    Closing date: 11/07/18

    Salary: £26,000 – £32,000 per annum, depending on experience
     

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    The Academy of St Martin in the Fields is one of the world’s leading chamber orchestras, with an enthusiasm for fresh interpretations of classical music. Founded by Sir Neville Marriner we are now led artistically by American, virtuoso violinist Joshua Bell.

    An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Development Department for an experienced and energetic fundraiser to join the existing team. This post will support the strategic priorities of the Development Department and will be responsible for working across all areas of fundraising with a focus on Major Gifts, International Giving and Corporates.

    Please visit our website using the link below for a full job description and person specification.


    Contact: Hattie Rayfield | Email: hattierayfield@asmf.org | Telephone: 02077021377

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  • London Philharmonic Orchestra


    Development Assistant

    Date posted: 18/06/18
     

    Closing date: 11/07/18

    Salary: £19,000
     

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    The London Philharmonic Orchestra is recruiting for a Development Assistant to support the corporate and events functions of its thriving Development team. Current partnerships include companies from the financial, food and beverage, luxury goods, hotel and legal sectors.

    This position would suit a talented entry level candidate seeking a rewarding start to a career in fundraising and arts management at one of the world’s leading orchestras.

    To apply or for further details please visit our website.


    Contact: David Burke | Email: david.burke@lpo.org.uk | Telephone: 0207 840 4221

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Professorial Staff – Principal Study

    Date posted: 30/05/18
     

    Closing date: 15/07/18

    Salary: £38.53 - £45.22 per hour depending on experience
     

    Details »

    Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is a forward thinking, contemporary and world-class Higher Education Institution with a vision to redefine the conservatoire for the 21st century.

    The Faculty of Music is seeking to appoint distinguished, committed, and versatile candidates to contribute to the teaching of the following disciplines at all study levels (undergraduate to postgraduate) on an hourly paid basis from September 2018:
    • Jazz Voice
    • Jazz Brass
    • Jazz Composition
    • Cello
    • Violin
    • French Horn
    • Bassoon
    • Clarinet
    • Flute

    If you think this might be just the job for you, please register an account with our eRecruitment system (or login if you have an account) and complete an online application form using the link below.

    Closing Date: 23:59 hours BST, Monday 11 June 2018 (No Agencies)
    Interview Date: Tuesday 19 June, or Thursday 21 June 2018

    For any queries about this positon that are not covered in the job pack, please email staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk or contract Chloe Roper, People Services and Resourcing Officer on 0208 305 4382.


    Contact: Chloe Roper | Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk | Telephone: 02083054382

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  • Ulster Orchestra


    Marketing & Communications Coordinator

    Date posted: 18/06/18
     

    Closing date: 16/07/18

    Salary: 20,000
     

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    Essential Criteria
    • An honours degree in a marketing and communications related discipline OR 2+ years’ experience of working in a marketing, arts or communications environment
    • A high level of knowledge of social media and digital marketing
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Attention to detail with ability to multi-task
    • Strong organisational skills
    • Ability to work in a small team as well as independently
    • Must possess strong interpersonal skills and a positive attitude to work
    • High level of proficiency with all Microsoft Office programs
    • Must be able to work days, evenings and weekends as required
    • Willingness to travel as required regionally across Northern Ireland and the UK
    • Willingness to work in Belfast and be based in Northern Ireland
    • Access to a car and hold a full clean driving licence

    Desirable Criteria
    • An interest in classical music and culture
    • Someone who has a friendly approach when liaising with stakeholders, an excellent telephone manner and a general ability to get on well with others
    • Evidence of writing press releases
    • Event management experience

    Desirable criteria will be used in the event of shortlisting.

    How to apply: Please complete the application form and monitoring form on our website and e-mail your application form and monitoring form to Madeleine Beattie at madeleine@ulsterorchestra.com

    The closing date is Monday 16th July at 12 noon.


    Contact: Madeleine Beattie | Email: madeleine@ulsterorchestra.com | Telephone: 028 9026 0486

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Graduate Internships

    Date posted: 21/05/18
     

    Closing date: 30/09/18

    Salary: Salary: £7.38 - £7.83 per hour
     

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    Graduate Internships across Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

    Salary: £7.38 - £7.83 per hour as per National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage rates (subject to change in April 2019).
    Contracts: Full-time and Part-time.
    All internships are fixed-term for 11 Months (47 or 48 Weeks)

    PLEASE NOTE: If the role you wish to apply for is not listed on the Trinity Laban Website, please register and sign up to email alerts for that role, by clicking on ‘Jobs by Email’ and ‘Add Subscription’ – you will then be notified when the job goes live and you can apply.

    From September 2018, we are offering the following excellent training opportunities for graduates interested in starting a career in the arts. Please find a list below of all available roles which will be advertised between May and July 2018:

    • Alumni Relations
    • Costume
    • Dance Programme Support (Technical and Administrative)
    • Dance Science
    • Dance Technique and Programme Support
    • Events and Commercial Hires
    • Health
    • Learning and Participation Dance
    • Learning and Participation Music x3; Children and Young People, Junior Trinity & Community and Professional Development
    • Library (AV Support)
    • Marketing and Communications
    • Press and PR
    • Production x2; Technical and Touring
    • Student Recruitment

    To apply, please register an account with our eRecruitment system (or login if you have a Trinity Laban account) and complete an online application form using the link below.
    For queries, please email staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk or call Chloe Roper, HR Services and Resourcing Officer on 020 8305 4382.


    Contact: Chloe Roper | Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk | Telephone: 02083054382

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