The work of LSO Discovery has been underpinned by the use of digital technologies since 2004, helping to both extend the work of the Orchestra beyond its immediate geographic area and enhance the experience of a wide range of participants in education and community projects. This post is an exciting opportunity for a passionate and skilled individual to take part in helping develop LSO Discovery’s Digital programme.
The Digital Resource Producer works closely with the Digital Projects Manager and other LSO Discovery project managers to provide technology support for events and projects. From the documentation of live events to the creation of educational materials solely for use in distance learning environments, the LSO is engaged in the production of its own original content. The role requires proficiency in a wide range of production technologies, in contexts from self-operating on small shoots to participating as part of a crew on larger projects.
The post is based at LSO St. Luke’s, the Orchestra’s education centre. The Candide Discovery Studio at LSO St Luke’s – a computer based workshop space for school children, community groups and emerging artists – doubles as a control room for remote audio-visual recordings. The postholder helps manage and maintain the equipment in the room, ensuring the smooth running of a busy schedule of diverse activities.
The Discovery digital team also regularly supports work across the organisation, in particular alongside the LSO Live team in delivering the Orchestra’s ambition to take music beyond the concert hall, using digital technology to capture, share and distribute live concert performances at the Barbican Centre to audiences across the world.
Salary: £24,650 to £26,200 per annum, according to experience.
Deadline for receipt of applications: 6pm on Friday 13th March 2020. Interviews will be held in the week beginning 23 March 2020.
For more information about this post, including a full job description and how to apply, please visit www.lso.co.uk/orchestra/jobs.
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