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Administration Vacancies

LSO Discovery Projects Co-ordinator (Community Programme)

LSO Discovery, the orchestra's pioneering music education and community programme is seeking a passionate and highly organised individual to join the First Access team, supporting the Community Programme. The programme areas covered in this role includes:

  • Musical Inclusion – Creative days and concerts for young people and adults with learning disabilities; an outreach programme for day centres including staff training, open rehearsals and relaxed performances; partnership with other disability services and organisations. In conjunction with the LSO On Track Projects Manager and Community Projects Manager.
  • Hospital programme – including work with under 5s, children and older adults and partnerships with clinical staff and play workers
  • Family Days and Concerts
  • Under 5s programmes and concerts at LSO St Luke’s and children’s centres/services
  • General community outreach

The Community programme sits within LSO Discovery’s First Access programme, which also includes Discovery and Community Choirs, full orchestra concerts for schools and families at the Barbican Centre and LSO On Track, the LSO’s partnership programme with Music Education Hubs in East London. This is a permanent full-time role.

Salary: £22,035 - £23,970 per annum, according to experience

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To apply for this post please use the online application form:
> LSO Discovery Projects Coordinator online application form

For more information about this post please contact:
Andra East, Acting Head of LSO Discovery
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Tel: 0207 588 1116

Deadline for receipt of applications: 5pm on Monday 30 July 2018.  Interviews will be held on 3 August 2018.

IT Systems Administrator

This post is in the LSO Technology Department, working closely with and supporting the LSO administration at the Barbican Centre, LSO St Luke’s, the LSO Music Education Centre, a total of around 85 users. The post holder will be responsible for the smooth day-to-day running of the local area networks, servers, phone systems, Internet connections, PCs and peripherals, databases and other applications. She or he will have hands-on experience of a wide range of network and desktop hardware, software and procedures, and have the ability to learn quickly and adapt to changes and new approaches.

The post holder will also work closely with the Technical Manager and Digital Projects Manager based at LSO St Luke’s where technology and dedicated support forms a significant part of the artistic, educational and commercial activity at LSO St Luke’s.

As the technology needs of the LSO evolve, so do the potential solutions – continual learning and delivery of new technologies will be a significant part of the role, with the introduction of CRM, and extended use of digital asset management and Office 365 featuring in our plans for the next two years.

Salary: £36,000 - £40,000 per annum, according to experience.

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To apply for this post please use the online application form:
> IT Systems Administrator online application form

For more information about this post please contact:
Jeremy Garside, Head of Technology
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Tel: 0207 588 1116

Deadline for receipt of applications: 2pm on Monday 16 July 2018.  Interviews will be held week beginning 16 July 2018 and otherwise as required.


Digital Content Manager

This new role is a key part of the marketing communications strategy at the LSO. Your responsibilities will be across a new area bringing together talented writers, editors, producers and designers internally and externally into one coherent, multi-skilled, highly creative team.

You’ll be commissioned to create and produce digital short-form content, website copy and imagery for the LSO, in line with the strategy, working to marketing communications briefs.

You’ll be responsible for ensuring that the online LSO brand voice is consistent and engaging across all departments, providing editorial support, guidance, templates and editing services as required across marketing, development, concerts, LSO St Luke’s, LSO Live and LSO Discovery participation materials.

You’ll deliver world-class, inspiring creative and editorial work that delivers our key messages and brand story and engages our audiences, as outlined in the marketing communications strategy.

Salary: £28,000 per annum.

> Download the full job description (PDF)

To apply for this post please use the online application form:
> Digital Content Manager online application form

For more information about this post please contact:
Karen Cardy, Marketing Director/LSO St Luke's Centre Director
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Tel: 0207 588 1116

Deadline for receipt of applications: 10am on Wednesday 25 July 2018.  Please note this deadline is an extension to the original deadline of 9 July 2018.

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