Full-Time Permanent

Full Time: 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday
Salary range: £25,004 - £28,282 per annum inclusive of London Allowance
Job reference: 22/032

The Academy has a busy and thriving orchestral life, providing comprehensive orchestral and ensemble training and exciting performance opportunities with the many eminent conductors and instrumentalists who regularly work with our students. The Concerts Department is at the heart of performance activities at the Academy. Amongst an intensive schedule of performance activity, it co-ordinates an annual schedule of around 100 orchestral/ensemble projects and 250 concerts both within the Academy and further afield, as well as collaborating with professional partners in side by side training schemes and major international festivals.

We are seeking a Concert and Orchestra Assistant to assist with the delivery of the Academy’s orchestral and ensemble programme of activity as well as the running of chamber music concerts and prizes, to ensure that a first-class experience of performance activity is offered to our students as part of their training for professional life.

Educated with a degree in music, applicants will have previous experience of working within arts administration and managing musical events. You will have practical experience of orchestras and ensembles and knowledge of a wide range of repertoire. You will also be enthusiastic and highly motivated with confidence to use your initiative and problem solve as well as being a good team player.

Completed applications must be received by 10am on Monday 27 June 2022.

Interviews are expected to take place on-site on 4 July 2022.

The Academy accepts applications from non-UK citizens who have the right to work in the UK. Please note that the Academy is unable to provide a certificate of sponsorship for this role, as this role does not meet the eligibility requirements for a skilled worker visa.

The Academy is committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of all students.

We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQ+ candidates and candidates with disabilities because we would like to increase the representation of these groups in these roles. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to greater results for students.