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ENO is an equal opportunities employer. Thank you for your interest in working at ENO and good luck in your search for suitable employment.
Fixed Term Contract
We are seeking to appoint an Assistant Orchestra Manager who will report to the Director of Music Administration and Orchestra Manager, and assist with the effective management and operation of the Orchestra, deputising for the Orchestra Manager on a regular basis.
The successful candidate will have experience of working with orchestral musicians, together with good administrative, financial, interpersonal and communication skills. Computer literacy is essential and experience of working with OPAS software would be advantageous.
If you require any further information please email the Personnel department on email@example.com
Closing date for applications: Sunday 18th October 2015 at 5pm
English National Opera is an equal opportunities employer.
4 - 5 days per week
ENO’s founder, Lilian Baylis, believed that opera of the highest quality should be accessible to anyone. This ethos continues today with the company’s commitment to affordable tickets and to perform in the English language.
ENO Baylis is the company’s learning programme and is integral to our artistic vision, offering creative points of engagement with the artistic programme and with the operatic art form.
This includes learning and enrichment opportunities, participatory projects, workshops and events, giving a broad range of people access to ENO’s work and resources, as well as professional training strands and research and development projects for the future of opera.
Reporting to the Head of ENO Baylis, you will help develop and deliver of a range of artistic initiatives.
You will be responsible for producing several strands of the programme including our community work and our work with young people. You will also be closely involved in the day to day running of the department’s programme of work and its busy office.
We are looking for a team player and versatile communicator who is committed to excellence and who has proven experience of managing high quality arts projects, including large scale projects and projects involving performances/productions.
Job description, person specification and application form
For more information and to apply, please download the job description, person specification and application form (word).
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 21 October 2015 at 5pm.