Association of British Orchestras

Relationships Manager

Royal Philharmonic Society £30-35,000 Closing date 07 April 2020
We are now welcoming applications for the new role of Relationships Manager, central to the future success of the RPS.

For over 200 years, the Royal Philharmonic Society has been at the heart of music, creating opportunities for musicians to excel, championing the vital role that music plays in all our lives. This is an exciting moment to join the RPS team. This year, the RPS embarks on a major new chapter in its history, launching all-new Membership intended to transform its profile and scope, and attain a place in the hearts and minds of the public equivalent to the Royal Horticultural Society and the National Trust.

Through Membership, which comprises a range of new levels and benefits, the RPS hopes to rouse greater interest in classical music and what makes Britain ‘philharmonic’. We want to help the public feel more connected to the vibrant musical ecology on their doorstep, giving them a greater impression of the personalities, stories and passions behind music-making nationally, whilst inviting them to share their views and be more outgoing in their exploration of all that music has to offer.

The Relationships Manager is a new position calling for someone with drive, passion and imagination, who cares about classical music and the role the RPS can play in proving its worth. Working closely with the Chief Executive, you will initiate and develop a wealth of creative ideas in our new Strategic Plan to introduce the RPS to audiences nationally. You will take the lead in encouraging them to become RPS Members whilst ensuring those who have joined truly enjoy their Membership, cherishing the closer connectivity to classical music it brings them.

Please visit out website for a detailed role brief and for more information on how to apply.

Closing date: 10am on Thursday 7 April 2020

Contact details
020 7287 0019

Annual Conference

The next conference will be held in London from 20-22 January 2021,
hosted by London Mozart Players and Fairfield Halls.