Association of British Orchestras

Assistant Artist Manager

Sulivan Sweetland £26,000-£30,000 Closing date 13 May 2022
For over 20 years we’ve established a reputation for nurturing and building the careers of classical musicians across a range of genres. Within our core roster of conductors, solo instrumentalists and chamber ensembles we look for pioneering artists of the future that reflect the world we live in. We are a tightly-knit team willing to take risks and invest in artists with something unique to offer.

Sulivan Sweetland is looking for a bright, motivated and empathetic person with excellent organisational and writing skills to join our team of artists managers and deliver first-class support to our artists and assist the artists’ managers in promotion and marketing. The role involves taking responsibility for servicing the artists’ engagements as well as writing, designing and creating marketing materials for artists’ promotion.
The position involves working closely with the artists managers within a small energetic team and offers an ideal opportunity for someone looking for career development within the industry as we seek to expand our roster.
Detailed description attached.

The ideal candidate will have min 2 years’ experience within the music or performing arts industry, or returning to work after a career break. The role requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, the ability to work efficiently and accurately under pressure and proficiency in IT (Microsoft Office) and social media skills.
Education to degree-level or equivalent; foreign languages would be an advantage.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds.

Full-time, London SW12 (Clapham South)
Closing date for applications 13 May 2022 though we will contact candidates on receipt.

For a full job description please visit the website via the link below.

Contact details
+44 7946 377654
Balham Hill | London | SW12 9ER

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