Production Co-ordinator (Learning & Community Engagement)

Production Co-ordinator (Learning & Community Engagement)

Monday, 25 October 2021, 5.00pm

We have a wonderful opportunity for a Production Co-ordinator to join the Ulster Orchestra, working mainly on our Learning & Community Engagement activities.

In this role, you will get the opportunity to work alongside some of the most accomplished musicians and arts professionals in the business as well as contributing to Northern Ireland’s cultural scene.

The Learning and Community Engagement (LCE) programme is a key strategic activity within the organisation. It aims to build on the Orchestra’s successful education and outreach activity over the past 30 years while developing new strategic partnerships to enrich the lives of people of all ages from all communities across Northern Ireland.

The role of Production Coordinator (LCE) works primarily on coordinating specific LCE projects and events, and requires strong administrative and organisational skills and attention to detail. You will also require strong written and verbal communication skills for liaising with musicians and external partners. As part of the wider Artistic Planning and Operations team, you will provide support across the function as required. Weekend and evening work is to be expected, along with travel as required across Northern Ireland.

This is a full-time, permanent position, although job share may be considered upon appointment. We offer a range of competitive benefits such as pension membership, a health cash plan, and generous annual leave provision.

Visit the link provided to find the recruitment pack, which provides further information on the job requirements, benefits of working for the Orchestra, application and selection process, along with the application and monitoring forms.

Please note, the closing date for applications is 25th October at 5pm and applications received after this date cannot be considered.

The Ulster Orchestra is committed to striving to be truly representative of all aspects of diversity and to offer a fully inclusive working environment. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. The appointment will be made on merit with openness and transparency of process.


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