Operations Manager, National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) and Choirs

Operations Manager, National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) and Choirs

Friday, 9 June 2023, 5.00pm

The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO), a major keystone of Ireland's cultural and musical heritage, is in an exciting phase of growth, development and change with significant Government investment, having transferred from RTE to the National Concert Hall (NCH) in 2022. The NCH is putting the NSO at the heart of its’ programme, fostering its development and reputation as Irelands’ nationally and internationally respected Symphony Orchestra.

The NSO performs a season of over seventy events per annum at the National Concert Hall in Dublin as well as undertaking a touring programme, family concerts and a range of commercial opportunities. In addition, NSO produces broadcasts, film and audio recordings as well as educational concerts and events.

In addition to the NSO there are three choirs consisting of 250 singers, families, volunteers and professional music staff.

A number of exciting permanent roles are being advertised as part of the development plan for the NSO. This role is for the Operations Manager, NSO and Choirs.

Job Purpose

The Operations Manager is responsible for developing world class systems, processes, and resource management to enable the development and reputation of the NSO choirs nationally and internationally.

The Operations Manager is responsible for ensuring the scheduling, production and logistics management of all orchestral and choral events (concerts, rehearsals, tours, special events) run smoothly, effectively and in a financially responsible way that meets the objectives of the NCH and NSO. Reporting to the Geneal Manager the Operations Manager will manage oversee the Orchestra Manager and support team.

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Published by nationalconcerthall on 22 May 2023

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