Association of British Orchestras

Freelance Project Manager, Learning & Participation

Spitalfields Music Fixed fee, £2,700 Closing date 07 September 2021
Spitalfields Music seeks an experienced freelance project manager, with demonstrable expertise in working in arts & schools settings, to deliver two secondary school projects this autumn. We need 18 days of support at a fee of £150 per day (+ VAT if applicable). NB: There may also be the possibility of additional work from January.

The Project Manager will work with freelance artist teams to develop projects and maintain existing relationships, as well as working with the Chief Executive on shaping the future programme. They will hold relationships with other members of the team including the Director of Finance & Operations on budgeting, forecasting and other financial reporting; the Marketing Co-Ordinator to promote the L&P projects; and the Fundraising team to prepare information for fundraising applications and the monitoring and evaluation of projects. 

To Apply: Please tell us about your previous work experience, and suitability for the role. If selected for interview, we may request details of two references. Interviews are likely to be held via Zoom on Monday 13th September.

In order to make the process as inclusive as possible, we will accept applications either in writing, or by video or by audio file. Audio/ video files should be max. 3 minutes and a simple recording on a phone is fine.

Spitalfields Music particularly welcomes applications from individuals from Asian, Black and other minority ethnic groups and/or deaf, disabled and neuro-diverse people as they are currently under-represented in our organisation, and will guarantee an interview to anyone from these communities who meets the core requirements for the contract.

Applications should be submitted by 5pm on Tuesday 7th September

Contact details
Oxford House
Derbyshire Street
E2 6HG

Annual Conference

The next ABO conference will take place in Gateshead,
hosted by The Glasshouse ICM, from 5-7 February 2025.