Association of British Orchestras

IT Systems Administrator

London Symphony Orchestra £25,000 - £30,000 per annum, according to experience Closing date 13 December 2019
An opportunity to take your current IT skills and extend them within the context of the diverse technologies in use supporting the LSO at home and while touring.

The role covers the core support for the administration of the LSO, as well as the technology behind LSO St. Luke’s the cutting edge and versatile space which is home to LSO Discovery’s Community and Education programme, the orchestra’s own rehearsal space and a host of events ranging from intimate recitals to awards dinners, television recordings, radio broadcasts and wedding receptions.

Priorities include core day to day support, ongoing migration to cloud based services and a rolling refresh of servers and infrastructure within our base at the Barbican and at LSO St. Luke’s.

What makes the LSO special is our people. The Orchestra is self-governing, the administration entrepreneurial and collaborative, and what drives us is a passion for connecting music with all kinds of people and places, from the Barbican to Bogotá.

The LSO’s activities include: a 70-concert season as Resident Orchestra at the Barbican in the City of London and 50 concerts worldwide; a pioneering education and community programme, LSO Discovery, with its own music education centre at LSO St Luke’s, and an award-winning label, LSO Live, which enables the Orchestra’s music to be heard by a global audience.

Deadline for receipt of applications: 10.00am on Friday 13th December 2019. Interviews will be held week beginning 16th December and otherwise as required.

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

Contact details
0207 588 1116
Barbican Centre
Silk Street

Annual Conference

The next conference will be held in Manchester from 29-31 January 2020,

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