Sector Opportunities

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Opportunities

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra has two vacancies for a Coordinator and Administrator with BSO Participate.

BSO Participate Coordinator

Salary: £19,100

Hours: FTE with all types of flexible working considered

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is looking for a creative and organised individual with a passion for inclusion in the music sector, to work with the Head of Participate and the Community Health & Wellbeing Programme Manager on a busy and innovative programme.

You will experience all elements of BSO Participate, with key responsibilities for supporting work with ensembles including the ground-breaking BSO Resound, and for working with the Community and Health & Wellbeing Programme Manager to programme, deliver and evaluate a dynamic programme. You will be working with the Head Office team and with musicians, participants and partners across the South West.

You should be an excellent communicator with a range of individuals and groups, have very strong organisational, IT, and team working skills, and a proven ability to prioritise a busy workload. Experience of arts and community programme delivery, administration and events management would be an advantage in this role.

If you would like further information including an informal conversation about the role please email Lucy Warren, Head of BSO Participate at LWarren[at]bsorchestra.co.uk

Application deadline 23 July 2021 12:00pm

For more information visit bsolive.com/jobs/bso-participate-coordinator/

BSO Participate Administrator

Salary: £14,500 – £17,500

Hours: FTE 2 year fixed term with all types of flexible working considered

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is looking for an organised and enthusiastic individual to join a busy team at an exciting time in the support of an innovative programme of education, community and health wellbeing musical activity across the South and South West.

You will work directly with all of the BSO Participate team with specific support from the Programme Manager. You will be leading on administrative duties to ensure the efficient planning, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of projects with a wealth of partners and a diverse range of participants in a busy creative programme.

You should be highly motivated and have excellent organisational, IT, and team working skills, and a proven ability to prioritise a busy workload. Experience of working with arts organisations and/or artists would be beneficial although not essential.

If you would like further information including an informal conversation about the role please email Lucy Warren, Head of BSO Participate at LWarren[at]bsorchestra.co.uk

Application deadline 23 July 2021 12:00pm

For more information visit bsolive.com/jobs/bso-participate-administrator/

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