Association of British Orchestras

Youth & Schools Coordinator

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra £22,000 Closing date 03 October 2022
Leading on the organisation of BSO’s Schools’ Concerts and supporting other Youth and Rising Talent projects, the Youth and Schools Coordinator will inspire creativity, music making and cultural pathways in schools across the South West. Working with the Programme Manager the role will coordinate workshops in and out of mainstream and SEND schools, create pre-concert events for children and young people, lead on BSO work experience and careers events, and work with BSO’s in-house digital team to deliver digital activity in order to make our work accessible to all children & young people.

This role is a great opportunity for someone who thrives on organising, has good attention to detail and excellent communication skills, who is committed to inclusion and has a keen interest in arts and culture.

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 inspires and nurtures the music and creativity of people all across the South West. The BSO is committed to challenging barriers to high-quality music for all.

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. We are proud to be recognised as a Disability Confident employer, and are committed to making reasonable adjustments in the recruitment process.

Contact details
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
2 Seldown Lane

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