Communications  Executive (part-time)

Communications Executive (part-time)

Friday, 4 October 2019, 5.00pm

Chamber Choir Ireland seeks to appoint an outstanding individual as Communications Executive (part-time). This is a dynamic role which offers excellent opportunities for the successful candidate to build upon their own unique skill-set, whilst maintaining and growing Chamber Choir Ireland’s (CCI’s) reputation as the leading professional choral ensemble on the national and international stage. The role requires a proactive and enthusiastic attitude backed up with demonstrable experience as a key part of the delivery of CCI’s vision and mission for 2020 – 2024.

Reporting to the CEO, the Communications Executive will be responsible for

  • Drafting and delivering CCI’s Communications Strategy to execute CCI’s Organisational Strategy for 2020 – 2024;
  • CCI’s external communications, including promoting CCI’s annual performance season and its learning & participation programme;
  • Generating a strategic promotion and brilliantly executing CCI’s brand and profile both nationally and internationally.

Essential requirements for the role include experience working in a Communications in the arts/cultural sector, proven experience delivering on a marketing strategy and experience delivering successful digital and print media campaigns.  This will be supported by excellent communication skills (written and spoken), interpersonal skills and the flexibility to work over evenings and weekends.

Application details and full role description available from

Deadline for receipt of applications: Friday 4 October 2019

Interviews to be held in Dublin: 18 October 2019

Full Job Description and further details can be found Communications Executive Job Description & Person Spec.



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