St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, central London
We wish to appoint an excellent candidate to join our team, and support the Concerts Manager to coordinate the running of our varied concert programme at St Martin’s. In this exciting role, you will work with the Concerts Manager, Duty Manager, Box Office, Concert and Music teams. Your ability and passion to organise and communicate are key to making this a success.
Music has always played a central part in the life of our church. With its striking Georgian architecture and outstanding acoustics, St Martin-in-the-Fields is London’s premier concert venue. St Martin’s musical pedigree includes performances by Mozart and Handel, the UK’s longest running free lunchtime concert series dating back to Second World War and the founding of the Academy of St Martin-in the-Fields in 1950’s by Sir Neville Marriner and the then Master of Music John Churchill. Today St Martin’s has over 350 concerts per year and is well known for offering a platform for talented musicians at the beginning of their careers, as well as hosting some of the finest ensembles, choirs and soloists in the UK.
And so, if you are…..
- Experienced – in arts administration
- Self-motivated – to deliver high level of operational support
- Passionate – about music and developing a career in arts management
- Creative – in finding solutions
- Hardworking and resourceful – who can take the initiative to get things done
- Self-starting – excellent at organisation and calm under pressure
…. please apply. This is an ideal opportunity for the right candidate looking to work in the growing concerts hub, supporting the life of St Martin’s and continue in their career in arts management.
You must have experience in arts administration, with commercial and financial experience. All of this balanced and achieved through your excellent interpersonal and communication skill and the ability to work in a team will support you in this role.
Working at St Martin’s
Based at: St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London.
Working pattern: 40 hours per week, Monday to Saturday, 5/7 days depending on concert programme
Salary: £25,000 plus Workplace Pension
Free filter coffee and tea throughout your working shift, 20% discount in the Café in the Crypt/Courtyard, Shop (excluding books and CDs) and limited concert concessions
Holiday entitlement: paid 25 holidays plus bank holidays
Notice period: 1 month.
For a full job profile see our website www.smitf.org
How to apply
To apply for this post, please email the following to email@example.com by 9.00am on 12 July 2017:
- a supporting statement, explaining why you believe you can do this role
- a comprehensive CV including details of your achievements in each role, and including details of two referees, one of whom should be your current or most recent employer (please note we will not contact referees without your permission).
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 19 July 2017.
If you would like to chat about the role, please call Nadine Swaffield, Human Resources Manager on 020 7766 1101.