We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds, age groups and cultures. We are keen to hear from Black, Asian, and ethnically diverse, D/deaf and disabled candidates as they are currently under-represented in our staff team.
We offer access support for people who face barriers to inclusion, meeting in accessible venues, being flexible in scheduling meetings at different times of day and covering travel expenses as outlined in our Inclusion Statement. Flexible working options are available: Home-based, office (we have office space for hot-desking in London and Leeds) or hybrid.
You will be self-motivated and curious, organised, efficient and a creative thinker. You don’t need to have a background of working in the orchestral or performing arts sector to undertake this role. We’re more interested in your communication skills and creativity. We’re excited by people who bring different work and life experiences, perspectives and ways of doing things to the organisation.
EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
- IT skills: experience of using databases and MS Excel and Word applications
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Knowledge and experience of creating content for a range of social media channels
- Proofreading skills
- Knowledge and awareness of trends in digital marketing
- Ability to write engaging copy for a range of audiences
- Data management and analysis skills
- Knowledge and skills in video and audio editing software
- Interest in orchestral music and the performing arts
- Knowledge of CMS management
- Attention to detail with ability to input and analyse data accurately
- Efficient, with good organisational and prioritisation skills
- Ability to work logically and on own initiative
- Ability to work as part of a small team, most of whom are home-based
- Communicator and team-worker
- Resilient and willing to accept feedback from others and deal positively with setbacks
- Lateral thinker and problem solver
- Broad interest in and commitment to the social and educational impact of live music and participatory performance projects
- A commitment to creating a more equal and fair cultural sector and to cement an inclusive approach across everything you do and how you do it.
Find out more:
- About us
- What you will be expected to do in this role
- How to apply
- Read a copy of our inclusion statement