Association of British Orchestras

Personal Assistant and Office Manager

Halle Concerts Society £28,000-£32,000 p.a. Closing date 15 December 2022
Application deadline: 5pm Thursday 15 December 2022
First interviews to be held week commencing 19 December 2022

The Hallé is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and experienced Personal Assistant and Office Manager who provides administrative support to the CEO and the Finance Director, including dealing with HR and recruitment matters. The post-holder is responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the offices at our base in The Bridgewater Hall.

The post is full-time permanent based on a 36.25-hour week. Our core office hours are 09.00-17:15, from Monday to Friday, with the option to work 50% of hours from home (for further details, please request a copy of our flexible and hybrid working policies).

The Hallé takes equality, diversity and inclusion very seriously and welcomes applications from everyone. But simply having a diverse workforce is not enough. We want to build an inclusive environment, where everyone can develop to their full potential. We celebrate our differences, and recognise the importance of teams reflecting the activities and communities they serve.

We operate an Equal Opportunities Recruitment Policy and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We would particularly welcome applications from applicants who identify as disabled, D/deaf, and/or neurodivergent who can bring their own lived experience to this role.

The Hallé will provide support to ensure that you feel comfortable stepping into the organisation, the type of which may be new or unfamiliar to you, so that you can feel your best self at work. Mentoring or training will be provided during the induction period, if required.

For further details including a recruitment pack and application form, please visit our website.

Contact details
Bridgewater Hall
Great Bridgewater Street
M1 5HA

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