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  • Hazard Chase


    Artist Manager

    Date posted: 01/03/19
     

    Closing date: 25/03/19

    Salary: Dependent upon experience
     

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    Location – Cambridge or London Office

    Job description

    We are offering a much sought after opportunity for an experienced artist manager to join the team at a high level working for a well-established list of artists with the scope to expand and develop that list to suit their strengths. You would need to be able to work independently and take responsibility for booking the artists at an international level. You would work closely with an assistant to ensure that all bookings run smoothly and you would be prepared to represent the company as a whole within the industry.

    International and UK travel is encouraged and paid for by the company in order to attend concerts, support your artists, and network with industry professionals worldwide. You will be provided with a company mobile phone, be able to join the company pension scheme, and given the opportunity to attend international industry conferences. In-house career development and support will be provided.

    Person specification

    Essential

    • Experience in classical music management.
    • Good computer skills and experience working with the Microsoft Suite.
    • Attention to detail/proofreading skills are extremely important in this role when dealing with financing and contracts.
    • The ability to input data correctly and have a keen eye for inaccuracies and anomalies is essential.
    • Communication is key within artist management, therefore candidates must be able to converse confidently via email, on the phone, and in person with artists and promoters around the world.
    • Candidates need to be able to work independently as well as part of a team, and need to be prepared to take on responsibility and manage their own workload through the use of good time management.
    • Willingness to travel.
    • Patience, empathy, flexibility, and understanding are necessary when working with a wide variety of people, and a good sense of humour!

    Desirable

    • Language skills would also be extremely desirable as we work with promoters/venues worldwide.

    Contact: Emma Dowsett | Email: emma.dowsett@hazardchase.co.uk | Telephone: 01223 312400

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  • Scottish Chamber Orchestra


    Director of Marketing and Communications

    Date posted: 01/03/19
     

    Closing date: 25/03/19

    Salary: According to experience
     

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    The Scottish Chamber Orchestra seeks a highly motivated professional for the role of Director of Marketing and Communications, to provide strategic direction on all aspects of marketing, communications and digital content, and to work with the senior management team to further develop the strengths of the organisation.

    This is an exciting time to be joining the Orchestra. With the imminent arrival of new Principal Conductor - Maxim Emelyanychev - in Autumn 2019 and a new home – The IMPACT Centre - in the heart of Edinburgh’s city centre, in development, the Director of Marketing and Communications will play a vital role in supporting and promoting the Scottish Chamber Orchestra as it approaches its 50th anniversary in 2024.

    Candidates will have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a senior position in an arts or transferable business context in marketing, communications and sales. A track record of developing and delivering creative marketing, communications and digital strategies, either in the commercial or not for profit sectors is required, underpinned by a professional qualification in an appropriate field. They will also have experience of leading and managing a team, building and diversifying audiences and networking at a senior level. The successful candidate will be highly creative and have an enquiring mind, full of ideas. They will be resilient and able to cope with the demands of the job, as well as being committed to continuous improvement and personal professional self-development.


    Contact: Heather Baird | Email: heather.baird@sco.org.uk | Telephone: 0131 557 6800

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  • London Philharmonic Orchestra


    Development Assistant

    Date posted: 06/03/19
     

    Closing date: 25/03/19

    Salary: £20,000
     

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    The London Philharmonic Orchestra has an exciting vacancy for a Development Assistant to join its busy Development team. This role represents an ideal opportunity for a bright and confident team player to take a first step into a fundraising department at a major arts organisation and to learn from working as part of a team of committed fundraising professionals. Working primarily with the Individual Giving Manger, the post holder will support all members of the department as it seeks to raise funds from a wide variety of sources and for a wide variety of purposes.


    Contact: David Burke, General Manager and Finance Director | Email: David.burke@lpo.org.uk | Telephone: 0207 840 4221

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  • London Symphony Orchestra


    LSO St Luke's Deputy Technical Manager

    Date posted: 11/03/19
     

    Closing date: 25/03/19

    Salary: Competitive
     

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    The Deputy Technical Manager leads on the planning and management of logistics and staffing relating to the technical and stage provisions for events at LSO Luke’s. She/he takes an advisory role with clients, artists and other team members in ensuring events are delivered to the highest professional standards of event presentation and safety.

    An experienced technical all-rounder and stage manager, the Deputy Technical Manager takes responsibility for staging and related work at LSO St Luke’s. This includes the training and management of the operational stage staff as well as the team of casual crew. Working closely with the Technical Manager and Events Manager, he/she contributes to the strategic planning, costing and implementation of technical, stage and general event operating policies, including preventative maintenance and work to develop new technical and stage facilities at LSO St Luke’s.

    Competitive Salary.

    For more information about this post, including a full job description and how to apply, please visit our website using the link below.


    Contact: Steve Ramsden, Technical Manager | Email: steve.ramsden@lso.co.uk

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  • Intermusica


    Administrator, imagine

    Date posted: 08/03/19
     

    Closing date: 25/03/19

    Salary: TBC, dependent on experience
     

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    Intermusica is an award-winning, international classical music management agency. We offer imaginative, personalised management for over 120 world-class and emerging artists; are experts in international touring; and are an industry leader in film and live music productions. We are constantly exploring what it means to bring classical music to life in the 21st century, driven by our key values: integrity, support, dynamism and innovation.

    This administrative role is created to support the imagine department, which focuses on exploring diverse artistry, and distinctive performance formats. You will report to the Head of imagine and work with both managers across the portfolio as part of a team of four, offering comprehensive administrative support for ensembles, artists and productions, acting as the main point of contact for all logistical enquiries. This role will have a particular focus on Grammy award-winning vocal ensemble, The King’s Singers.

    For a full job description, and to apply, please visit the Jobs section of our website, where you will be guided through our online application process.


    Contact: Eleanor Goldwin | Email: egoldwin@intermusica.co.uk

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Marketing Assistant

    Date posted: 14/03/19
     

    Closing date: 25/03/19

    Salary: £22,920 - £25,132 (Including LWA)
     

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    Contract: Full-time, permanent

    Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is one of the world’s leading conservatoires, renowned for its forward focus and innovative programmes. We don’t just train our graduates for a career in dance or music – we inspire them to define their art forms.

    Our busy Student Recruitment team work hard to attract students for our HE (Higher Education) programmes, but there’s a huge amount of other marketing work for us to do. For example, we need to attract audiences for our 400+ music and dance events each year, including international tours, operas and musical theatre shows, festivals, visits from major artists, and performances in major venues across London. Just as importantly, we need to tell brilliant young people about our amazing Saturday programmes (Junior Trinity and the Centre for Advanced Training in Dance), attract adults to our evening classes, and bring people of all ages onto our ever-expanding summer schools programme. We also need to support our commercial activity, including the hire of our incredible buildings.

    We’re looking for a new Marketing Assistant to implement marketing activity in these areas, with an emphasis on music. There’s a huge amount of activity to cope with, so this is a demanding and thrilling role.

    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 to our website.


    Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk

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  • Scottish Ensemble


    Audience Development Officer (ADO) for The Bridge

    Date posted: 15/03/19
     

    Closing date: 26/03/19

    Salary: £3750 freelance fee total
     

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    Audience Development Officer (ADO) for The Bridge, Creative Europe Funded String Ensemble Network and Festival - flexible, part time

    he partners coordinating The Bridge are seeking an experienced and dedicated Audience Development Officer (ADO) to support audience-focused festival planning and the delivery of Building Bridges, a participatory audience development programme within The Bridge network and festival. This is a fantastic opportunity to join four highly renowned international music organisations and gain experience working in a European context, while supporting the organisations to refine their approach and knowledge of best practice in audience development and audience diversity in the classical music sector. Full details and a job description can be found on the website.

     


    Contact: Jana Robert | Email: jana.robert@scottishensemble.co.uk

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  • Live Music Now Scotland


    Project Manager/Admin Support (part-time)

    Date posted: 11/03/19
     

    Closing date: 27/03/19

    Salary: £11,000 fee
     

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    Live Music Now is the foremost outreach scheme for young professional musicians working with a wide range of audiences throughout the UK.

    We are looking for a flexible music manager/administrator to take responsibility for organising and administering discrete Live Music Now Scotland projects in, for instance, care homes and special schools, as well as one-off performances in anywhere from an art gallery to a day centre for people with dementia.

    Additional administrative tasks will be required as part and in support of the management team, including with scheduling; liaison with schools, care homes and day centres; management of musicians; data management; evaluation and reporting; publicity/marketing; budget management; training sessions; fundraising events.

    Applications should be made by CV and covering letter by 12noon on Wednesday 27th March.

    Please visit our website for a full job description and person specification.


    Contact: Jo King | Email: jo.king@livemusicnow.org.uk

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  • Hallé Concerts Society


    Choral Leadership Network Coordinator

    Date posted: 11/03/19
     

    Closing date: 28/03/19

    Salary: £25,000 p.a
     

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    The Choral Leadership Network (CLN) is a partnership of organisations committed to raising the standard and profile of choral singing of all kinds across the North West and beyond. The Partners include local organisations such as the Royal Northern College of Music and the Greater Manchester Music Education Hub, as well as national organisations including the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Voices Foundation, Sing for Pleasure and the Association of British Choral Directors. The Network does not replace core existence or activity of any of the Partners, but seeks to boost, explore and develop new collaborative work.

    We are seeking an efficient and organised communicator, with understanding of choral music of all styles, to coordinate and administer the new Choral Leadership Network. The post-holder will support the promotion of all CLN events and activities, manage new partnership work and contribute to the ongoing strategic development of the Network through research, knowledge and practical experience.

    For more details, including a full job description, application form and person specification, please see our website.


    Contact: Molly Kidd/Alison Lever (Exec PA Job share) | Email: exec.pa@halle.co.uk

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Programme Coordinator (Short Courses)

    Date posted: 11/03/19
     

    Closing date: 28/03/19

    Salary: £25,735 – £29,200 p.a. Including LWA
     

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    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. At the leading edge of music and dance training, it provides specialist education of the highest quality, which reflects the increasingly collaborative world of artistic practice and supports the lifelong career development of students and professional performing artists.

    Join our committed and innovative team of dance professionals as part of the Learning and Participation (Dance) programme. Taking a key role in the Short Courses team, you will assist with planning, administration and delivery of the programme, including children’s and community based adult classes, international summer schools, international visits and professional training activities.  Two key highlights are coordinating and supporting performance activities and holiday programmes for the children’s classes. 

    The successful candidate will have strong administrative experience, be self-motivated, highly organised with excellent communication skills and thrives on organising data and working with systems. You will be required to have an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

    Do you relish problem solving? Can you stay calm under pressure? Are you looking for a fulfilling job in vibrant dance organisation? If so, we’re looking forward to hearing from you.

    As an equal opportunities employer, we positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

    If you think this might be just the job for you, and for more information, please visit our website using the link below.

    Interview Date: Thursday, 11 April 2019

    For any queries about this positon that are not covered in the job pack, please email staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk or contract Sangeetha Kurup, People Officer on 0208 305 9475.

     


    Contact: Sangeetha Kurup | Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk | Telephone: 0208 305 9475

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  • North Music Trust (Sage Gateshead)


    Chair of the Board

    Date posted: 28/02/19
     

    Closing date: 31/03/19

    Salary: Unpaid, but reasonable travel expenses reimbursed
     

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    Sage Gateshead is an international music centre on the banks of the Tyne – an iconic Foster + Partners building, concert venue, home to Royal Northern Sinfonia, music education centre, conference and events venue and visitor attraction.  Every year we welcome c 500,000 people to the building to over 400 concerts and festivals, reach 6 million people through stream or broadcast and over 30,000 people are involved in our creative learning programme.

    We are looking for a new Chair to join the board in the second half of 2019 and take up the role of Chair in 2020. This voluntary role will require a time commitment equivalent to around 4 days per month.

    For a briefing pack including further details about the roles of trustee, and for details of how to apply, please visit our website. We are committed to diversity within our boards and committees, and welcome applications from all members of the community.


    Contact: Helen Larmouth | Email: helen.larmouth@sagegateshead.com | Telephone: 0191 443 4604

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Programme Leader: BMus

    Date posted: 11/03/19
     

    Closing date: 01/04/19

    Salary: £44,510 - £52,394 p.a., including LWA
     

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    The Faculty of Music accounts for over 700 of the higher education (HE) students within Trinity Laban and delivers programmes of study for students from pre-degree to doctoral levels.

    Integral to the Faculty of Music are the Programme Leaders, who are responsible for the leadership and effective and efficient delivery of specified Programmes. They are charged with creating a learning environment of excellence and contemporary relevance that offers students every opportunity to develop their potential and professional competence and confidence.

    In conjunction with the Assistant Director of Music and Head of Programmes, they are responsible for providing leadership in all aspects of learning, teaching, assessment and quality assurance associated with the Programme, its Modules/Components and teaching staff. They take responsibility for the student experience in relation to all ‘academic’ elements of the Programme, management of resources associated with the Programme, and play a significant role in contributing to the definition of the character and approach to learning delivery of the Faculty of Music as a whole. 

    The Faculty of Music seeks to appoint a suitably qualified Programme Leader for our outstanding BMus programme. Further details regarding the programmes can be found on our website using the link below.

    You will have proven higher music education teaching experience, experience in leading/developing programmes/modules/components, outstanding communication and organisational abilities, excellent IT skills and the capability to deal with a busy and varied workload, within a highly creative environment.

    First Interview Date: 24 April 2019 

    Second Interview Date: 01 May 2019               

    If you think this might be just the job for you, please click on ‘Apply online’ to complete and submit an application from. For any queries about this role that are not covered in the job pack, please email staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk or call Sangeetha Kurup, People Services Officer on 0208 305 9475.


    Contact: Sangeetha Kurup | Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk | Telephone: 0208 305 9475

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  • Intermusica


    Assistant Artist Manager

    Date posted: 15/03/19
     

    Closing date: 01/04/19

    Salary: Competitive, dependent on experience
     

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    Intermusica is an award-winning, international classical music management agency. We offer imaginative, personalised management for over 140 world-class and emerging artists; are experts in international touring; and are an industry leader in film and live music productions. We are constantly exploring what it means to bring classical music to life in the 21st century, driven by our key values: integrity, support, dynamism and innovation.

    This role is created to assist the Deputy Chief Executive / Head of Artist Management with their select roster of artists.  You will provide first class administrative support, regularly liaising with the artists to ensure they have all required information to fulfil their commitments. This is an excellent opportunity to work with top international musicians.

     


    Contact: Eleanor Goldwin | Email: egoldwin@intermusica.co.uk

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  • Southbank Sinfonia


    Individual Giving Manager

    Date posted: 22/03/19
     

    Closing date: 01/04/19

    Salary: according to experience
     

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    The new role of Individual Giving Manager is being created to ensure that we can raise the necessary funds to realise this growth but also to ensure that we do not lose the personal touch with our valued supporters. You will get to know our current loyal family of donors and ensure that they want to continue their support, as well as devising ways to attract new individuals and create pathways for them to become more involved.

    Working alongside the Development Director (with a focus on major individual and corporate donors), the Development Manager (working on the Friends scheme, events, communications and processing), and the Trusts and Foundations Manager, the Individual Giving Manager will manage existing programmes and consortia as well as initiating new appeals and ways of engaging supporters through the orchestra’s ever-diversifying range of projects.

    An extensive programme of concerts in London and beyond, including our annual summer festival in Tuscany, provides wide-ranging opportunities for donor engagement and the development team are in daily contact with the young musicians on our programme.

    Taking on this role, you will get to play a significant part in the ongoing success and momentum of one of Britain’s most exciting orchestras. As part of our small, dedicated team, you will get to develop a wide range of skills, own a range of key responsibilities, and have a valued voice within the organisation.


    Contact: Peter Smith | Email: peter@southbanksinfonia.co.uk | Telephone: 02079210370

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  • Academy of Ancient Music


    Finance Manager

    Date posted: 11/03/19
     

    Closing date: 05/04/19

    Salary: £35,000–£40,000 pro rata, commensurate with experience
     

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    The AAM is looking to recruit a motivated and experienced Finance Manager with experience or knowledge of the financial regulation around charities.

    Full details of the position and how to apply can be downloaded from the AAM website.

    Applications must be received by 9am, Friday 5 April 2019. Interviews will be held in Cambridge on Monday 15 April and/or Tuesday 16 April.


    Contact: Anthony Brice | Email: info@aam.co.uk | Telephone: 01223 341090

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  • Hallé Concerts Society


    Video Producer

    Date posted: 11/03/19
     

    Closing date: 05/04/19

    Salary: £20,000 p.a
     

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    We are looking for a video-savvy individual to take the production value of our audiovisual content to the next level. The role will assist an active promotion of the Hallé’s concerts and events (led by the Communications team). It will also showcase the activities across the wider Hallé family. This post offers an excellent opportunity to work as part of a team, to build your video portfolio and to be creative. For full details on how to apply, plus a full job description and person specification, please see our website.


    Contact: Molly Kidd/Alison Lever (Exec PA Job share) | Email: exec.pa@halle.co.uk

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  • Scottish Chamber Orchestra


    Trusts Officer

    Date posted: 15/03/19
     

    Closing date: 08/04/19

    Salary: £23,000-£25,000 pro rata depending on skills, qualifications, experience
     

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    The Scottish Chamber Orchestra seeks a part-time Trusts Officer to manage and develop its fundraising from charitable trusts and foundations. This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated team player who is keen to enhance their fundraising skills within a highly passionate and ambitious Development Team.

    Candidates will have a minimum of 2 years' experience or equivalent in raising funds from charitable trusts and foundations, as well as an extremely high standard of written English and exceptional attention to detail.


    Contact: Heather Baird | Email: heather.baird@sco.org.uk | Telephone: 0131 557 6800

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  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


    Student Recruitment and International Relations Manager

    Date posted: 14/03/19
     

    Closing date: 08/04/19

    Salary: £29,960 - £35,954 p.a. Including LWA
     

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    The main remit of the post is to promote to ensure the successful recruitment of students from the UK and overseas to add to an already diverse and talented student body, across music and dance.  You will take the lead on a number of our most significant markets (Likely to be East Asia, but this may change dependent on the skills and experience of the successful candidate). You will also be responsible for developing and maintaining sustainable partnerships with institutions overseas, actively seeking opportunities for joint projects and staff and student exchange.

    The post holder will further develop mutually beneficial relationships with schools, agents and partners, whilst developing new contacts for Trinity Laban. You will identify and leverage promotional opportunities across target markets, attending targeted educational events, and hold presentations with schools and recruitment fairs.  You will organise overseas auditions, masterclasses and workshops, working closely with Academic colleagues. You will work closely with colleagues in Learning and Participation, Registry and Alumni Relations, to ensure that Trinity Laban recruits suitable students from diverse backgrounds, to meet our programme and instrument needs.

    Educated to degree level, you will have a minimum of two years’ experience of a relevant role in higher education or arts administration.  You will have a strong understanding of educational recruitment practices and marketing and communications skills, including use of social media. You will be able to confidently represent the Conservatoire internally and externally to a range of stakeholders including senior management and government or embassy officials. Experience and knowledge of music and/or dance and/or working in an HE environment would be extremely desirable.

    For information and to apply, please visit our website


    Email: staffrecruitment@trinitylaban.ac.uk

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  • Southbank Sinfonia


    Chair of Board of Trustees

    Date posted: 22/03/19
     

    Closing date: 12/04/19

    Salary: unpaid (trustee position)
     

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    Overall objectives of the role

    • Provide leadership to the Board ensuring it fulfils its responsibilities for the development of outstanding young professional musicians within the unique orchestral community of Southbank Sinfonia.

    • Work in partnership with the Managing Director to develop and deliver the vision, mission and strategy of the organisation.

    • Act as ambassador for Southbank Sinfonia, helping to shape external relationships that will reinforce its national and international position and strengthen its ability to secure funding from a wide range of sources to fulfil its mission.

    Specific objectives of the role

    The Chair has overall responsibility for leadership of the Board, ensuring its effectiveness and the provision of accurate, timely and clear information to Trustees. Particular responsibilities include:

    Board leadership and meetings

    • Chairing meetings of the Board and ensuring that, through the Board and its committees, the Board runs effectively, fulfils its duties and carries out resolutions. Calling special meetings if necessary. Drawing up agendas for meetings with the Managing Director.

    • Chairing meetings effectively and sympathetically, creating an environment in which all Board members are encouraged to participate and challenge constructively and appropriately, reflecting Southbank Sinfonia’s values and organisational culture.

    • Ensuring that high standards of corporate governance and ethical, professional behaviour are maintained and, as appropriate, introduced to meet changing circumstances and good practice.

    • Fostering collaborative and effective relationships between the Board, the Chief Executive, Music Director and the staff team as well as creating and maintaining a culture of innovation among board members.

    Applications should be made to William Norris by 12 April, by sending CV and covering letter. 


    Contact: William Norris | Email: William@southbanksinfonia.co.uk

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  • Royal Liverpool Philharmonic


    Artistic Director, In Harmony Liverpool

    Date posted: 22/03/19
     

    Closing date: 12/04/19

    Salary: £40,000 depending on Experience
     

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    Building on the successful first 10 years of In Harmony Liverpool, we are seeking an exceptional musician to become its next Artistic Director, to lead the musical and educational vision for this life-changing orchestral music education programme. You will provide outstanding leadership of the programme and the team, ensuring the highest standards of music teaching and learning, experiences and outcomes for children, young people and communities in North Liverpool.

    This is a full-time contract of 35 hours per week.

    The salary for this role is £35,000 to £40,000 per annum, depending on experience.

    The application form consists of two parts. Please ensure you submit both forms A and B.

    Section A: Personal details and equal opportunities monitoring

    Section B: Supporting information

    Section A and section B of the application must be submitted using our online forms, which can be accessed on our website, by no later than 12 noon on Friday 12 April 2019.

    Shortlisted candidates will invited to interview on either 26 April or 3 May in Liverpool. This will include each shortlisted candidate leading an instrument lesson for primary aged children, conducting a short Children’s Orchestra rehearsal and a formal interview.

    If you require a hard copy of the application forms, please contact the email address below.


    Contact: Rebecca Carolan | Email: recruitment@liverpoolphil.com

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