Salary: ca. £65,000
Location: Central London
The RPS, one of the most dynamic and prestigious music societies in the world, seeks a new Chief Executive to articulate a clear new vision for the Society in the 21st century, engaging with an inclusive, modern, multicultural society.
The RPS helps set the agenda for classical music, plays a major role in the commissioning of new work and supports young musicians. The RPS Awards are the most respected awards for live classical music in the UK.
The Chief Executive will provide administrative and financial leadership towards the continued success of the Society. Experience in a similar role in the arts, with significant administrative, financial, fundraising, outreach and advocacy experience is essential. This is a unique opportunity for a proven arts administrator with the personality and creativity to help classical music form a united front, and make it enjoyed by the widest possible audience.
Closing date: Wednesday 3 January 2018
For a full job description and information on how to apply, please visit www.philharmonicsociety.uk/work
For enquiries or an informal discussion, please contact john[at]philharmonicsociety.uk
Image: Beethoven Bust with RPS Music Award trophies – credit Edyta K