Association of British Orchestras

Programme Manager (Community, Health & Wellbeing)

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra £27,000 - £28,500 Closing date 31 January 2023
Championing creativity and improving health and wellbeing through music, the Programme Manager will shape and deliver a wide-ranging programme of Community, Health & Wellbeing projects. This currently includes a Recovery Orchestra, care home concerts, family projects, creative health and social prescribing programmes, symphonic music-making days and dementia friendly events.

Working with BSO musicians and communities across the South West this is a fantastic opportunity to build and develop this vital programme of work. We are looking for a strategic participation manager with great partnership skills who is passionate about inclusion, creative health and community music-making.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra champions the role of culture in people’s lives. As well as residencies in Bournemouth, Bristol, Exeter, Portsmouth and Poole the BSO challenges barriers to high-quality music for all and nurtures the music and creativity of people all across the South West.

The BSO is committed to improving equality, diversity and inclusion and values diversity in its workforce.

We welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or gender expression, race, ethnicity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, or any other equality characteristic, and make appointments purely on ability to fulfil the role.

We actively welcome applications from individuals with backgrounds currently underrepresented in the arts.

Deadline for applications: 9am, Monday 30th January 2023

Contact details
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
2 Seldown Lane

Annual Conference

The next ABO conference will take place in Bristol,
hosted by Bristol Beacon, from 24-26 January 2024.