Associate Artist and Projects Manager
Role: We are creating a new position – Associate Artist and Projects Manager – which will appeal to someone who wishes to take on more responsibility and develop their skills and contacts on a broad basis. The successful candidate will join a close-knit team whose goal is to develop, create and deliver excellent, fulfilling and fun work; the role will involve direct liaison with artists, professional colleagues and the public. The candidate requires the ability to deal with large amounts of data accurately for the servicing of the artists’ activity and our productions, but also offers the chance to take the lead in marketing and digital media, head-up projects and take a role in sales. Much of our work takes place in the United States. The team is based out of the company’s office in Uxbridge, West London (Beasley’s Yard, UB8 1JU). We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity, welcoming applicants from all backgrounds.
Company: We work with a small number of exceptional musicians and artists, delivering an imaginative and personal service. Our goal is to be creative and pro-active with the ‘big picture’ and efficient and fast-moving in day to day business. Specialising in choral and orchestral music, our artists include Grammy winning composers and performers, Eric Whitacre and Christopher Tin, top clarinettist Julian Bliss and his jazz septet and the record label of the Choir of King’s College Cambridge. The company also creates audio-visual productions, promote live concerts and events, workshop days and residential summer schools. Current special projects include collaborations with NASA and the Space Telescope Science Institute, devising and producing a new series of podcasts, events with The King’s Singers and pianist/composer Alexander Chapman Campbell.
Starting salary: £25,000 pa dependent on experience.
Application process: If you would like to apply for the role, please send a covering letter/message with your CV to Meg Davies – firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date: Saturday 24 August 2019.