Concert Administrator

Concert Administrator
Employer: Bach to Baby
Salary: Pro Rata £13,000 ~ £15,600 25hrs - 30 hrs per week
Location: London Bridge

Bach to Baby understands what it means to be a working parent, and is committed to creating a work environment suitable for families. The role offers a unique opportunity to contribute to an innovative and fast-moving business while allowing for family life - be it school drop-off or a bout of chickenpox! This is a part-time position of 25-30 hours per week.

Concert Administrator

Are you outlandishly organised but at the same time creative and flexible? Are you a pro-active self-starter who can make things happen and initiate change? We’d love to hear from you, and have you become part of our innovative and fast-moving team at Bach to Baby.

Bach to Baby, the critically acclaimed concert series for babies, children and their families, is looking for an enthusiastic, confident and creative person with superb people skills to liaise with artists, customers, venues, and to help us grow our audience. Multi-tasking and good time management skills are essential. Excellent, stylish written and verbal English skills are required. ABRSM Grade 8 or equivalent is essential.

Location: London Bridge

Job Description

Liaise with artists, venues, and responding to customer queries with tact and kindness
Schedule performers, issue and follow up on contracts
Assist the Directors in the day-to-day running of a busy concert series
Responsible for submitting / posting monthly concert listings to digital media and social media
First point of contact for audience / customer enquiries
Be able to step in for stewarding / concert management roles when needed
Research new areas of development as and when requested
You will work mainly at our office by London Bridge, occasionally you may need to travel to venues to assist in the running of concerts
If this describes you, please write to us!

Requirements

Essential:

Excellent organisational skills, methodical, with attention to detail
Excellent written and verbal English language skills, with a flair/knack for creative copy-writing in English.
Good interpersonal skills to develop and maintain effective working relationships
Ability to work to and meet firm deadlines under pressure
Ability to work on own initiative - creative problem solver and self-starter
Adaptable and ready to embrace the entrepreneurial spirit of the company
Proficient in Word and Excel, and able to embrace new technology
Classical music background with Grade 8 ABRSM or equivalent
Desirable:

Experience working in administration or the arts
Experience of organising and prioritising a complex workload in previous employment
Flexibility:

We are committed to making work work for families. This is a part-time position (25-30 hours/week), with flexibility to fit around school.

At the same time, this is a small company that cherishes hardworking entrepreneurship. Certain duties and responsibilities are difficult to define and may vary from time to time, sometimes overlapping in areas with other members of a close-knit team. Team members have the ability to think and work flexibly; a can-do attitude is required to meet the rapidly changing operational requirements while also making the time to think outside the box, explore, develop and learn the various areas in concert management.

Application

Email dreamteam@bachtobaby.com for consideration with the following:

Email subject - Concert Administrator
CV detailing education and relevant experience (max 2 pages)
Cover letter explaining why you'd like to work for Bach to Baby and what you'll bring to our Dream Team.
Interview: On a rolling basis as applications are received.

Start date: Immediate

Application Closing Date: 5pm, Monday 20th December, 2017 or when the position is filled.

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