Association of British Orchestras

Communications Co-ordinator

London Symphony Orchestra £22,545 - £23,600 per annum, according to experience Closing date 23 March 2020
The LSO is seeking a Communications Co-ordinator. The Communications function works to tell stories about every facet of the London Symphony Orchestra, liaising with media, local and national government, funding and industry sector peers, social influencers, and musicians. This role works closely with the Head of Press and External Affairs to contribute to media relations and campaigns for the LSO, and all related activities, including those for the LSO’s community and learning programme, LSO Discovery and LSO St Luke’s. You will be encouraged to contribute ideas for editorial and content as well as providing a range of services including managing image materials and preparing and managing written materials to support external and internal communications. In addition the role is required to perform a range of general office administrative duties including managing the day-to-day running of reception.

The ideal candidate will be a reliable team player with these qualities:

- Demonstrated ability to write good copy and prepare written materials
- Highly proficient user of current digital imaging processes and MS Office user
- Consistent high level of customer care and ability to maintain a range of working relationships effectively
- Awareness of and ability to keep up to date with developments in the classical music sector

We actively encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds and value the positive impact difference has on our teams.

This role is offered on a full time, permanent basis.

Closing date: 10:00am, Monday, 23 March 2020
Interviews: Week beginning 6 April 2020.

All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK. No agencies.

For more information about this post, including a full job description and how to apply, please visit our website.

Contact details
0207 588 1116

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