Administrator

Administrator

Friday, 29 September 2023, 5.00pm
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Newry Chamber Music is a dynamic and progressive concert society based in Newry and serving the region of South Down and South Armagh. We are home to the Fews Ensemble who are a group of International musicians who come together to deliver a full season of concerts from September to June each year. Additionally, Newry Chamber Music delivers educational projects and important outreach work taking quality music experiences into the care homes, hospitals and community centres of the region throughout the year. Our ethos is that everyone should have the opportunity to hear chamber Music performed to the highest standards in a relaxed and inclusive environment. We are seeking a dynamic, energetic and enthusiastic person to join our team and help us to continue delivering extraordinary experiences for all our audiences both in Northern Ireland and Internationally.
Could you join our team?
You should have proven organisational and administrative skills, with previous experience in a music or arts administration environment. Ideally, you should have a music degree or equivalent and some familiarity with the chamber music repertoire. The nature of the role requires you to be flexible re working hours and changing situations.
Strong IT skills are essential, particularly in the use of Microsoft Excel and Word; also a facility with all current social media platforms.
Good written and verbal communication skills are required as is the ability to prioritise and to work effectively as part of a small team as well as independently.
A current clean driving licence is desirable.
You will be able to work from home other than when the role requires attendance at rehearsals, performances, meetings and other events

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Added by Newry Chamber Music on 14 September 2023

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