[Cambridge University Musical Society] Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator and an Assistant Orchestra Manager
Cambridge University Musical Society seeks a Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator and an Assistant Orchestra Manager.
The Cambridge University Musical Society has had a very successful year with highlights including CUCO performing with Howard Shelley in Kings Place, London, Otello (Act I) conducted by Richard Farnes in King’s College Chapel, and The Dream of Gerontius in Saffron Hall. The Society is now seeking to fill two roles, either with one person working full-time or with two people working on a part-time basis:
Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator — 3 days per week — the purpose of which is to support the Society’s marketing and fundraising work; Assistant Orchestra Manager — 2 days per week — the purpose of which is to support the operations of the Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra and CUMS Symphony Orchestra. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in marketing, fundraising and arts management, learning from industry professionals and working with world-famous conductors. Recent post-holders went on from CUMS to the Royal Opera House, Britten Sinfonia and the Philharmonia Orchestra. The successful candidate(s) will, ideally, have a musical background and will be a pro-active and enthusiastic team-player with a flexible approach. For the Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator role, some previous relevant experience would be advantageous.
Remuneration is as follows: Combined roles — £14,000 per annum
Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator — £8,400 per annum
Assistant Orchestra Manager — £5,600 per annum.
Candidates should send their CV and a formal letter of application by the closing date of Monday 6 June 2016. Interviews will be on Friday 10 June 2016. Please include in your letter when you could start and if you are interested in the full time or one of the part time roles.
Application documents should be sent to Chloe Davidson, Orchestra and Marketing Manager (email@example.com). If you would like any more information about the position, please contact Chloe Davidson.