Association of British Orchestras

Marketing Manager

Children's Classic Concerts £25k - £27k p.a. pro rata Closing date 16 July 2021
Children’s Classic Concerts (CCC) is the only organisation in Scotland solely dedicated to delivering bespoke orchestral concerts for children and families. In a normal year, we reach over 14,000 people with concerts that combine artistic excellence and high-level performance values with an engaging mix of education and entertainment.

We are looking to recruit a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to join CCC as its Marketing Manager on either a part-time basis (1.5 days per week) or as a freelance consultant (on average 1-2 days per week dependent on concert schedule).

The successful candidate will work as part of a small, collaborative team. They will share our passion for creating vibrant and exciting concerts that will inspire the next generation of musicians and concert attenders, reaching out to a geographically wide and culturally diverse audience. CCC is unique in its presentation style, and we are looking for someone who can translate this into our marketing strategy, communicating with our audience through our social media channels and raising our profile in the press and across the Arts sector.

Please send a copy of your C.V. along with a covering letter to, explaining why you would like to work for the organisation and how you believe your skills fit with the job description and person specification. If you prefer you can also submit an application with a recorded response (video or audio up to a duration of 10 minutes – this can be sent via a link to OneDrive – please can you email ccc@childrensclassicconcerts for the direct link).

To apply and download job description go to:

Deadline for applications: Friday 16 July 2021, 5pm

Interviews: Wednesday 21 July 2021

Start date: From 2 August 2021

Salary: £25,000 - £27,000 per annum (pro rata) dependent on experience or equivalent freelance rate

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