Applications close 19 December 2023
Mascot, New South Wales
Led by Artistic Director, Paul Dyer AO, and known for pushing the boundaries of what a classical concert should be, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra is Australia's flagship Baroque orchestra. Since the beginning in 1989, we’ve become a leading voice in the Australian cultural landscape. The company performs in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and has established a regular touring program in regional New South Wales & Victoria.
You will join our small and dedicated team in Sydney to help deliver Early Music to all Australia via live and digital performances.
Purpose of the role
The Orchestra Manager is a multi-faceted role that is responsible for the day-to day operations of the company’s concert and rehearsal activities. This includes the management of activities relating to concert schedules, production management & travel. You will be required to work with our venues and presenting partners, as well as creative teams including Lighting and Stage designers. There is an emphasis on the efficient and effective service to the company’s internal and external clients. The position report to the Head of Artistic Planning & Management.
Your key duties and responsibilities will be focussed around 3 key areas:
· Production Management
· Tour Management
What you’ll need to succeed
· Demonstrated experience in touring and live performance environments
· Excellent communication and people skills
· Attention to detail
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 and ArtsVision (or similar)
· Ability to read music
· Australian Driver’s licence
For further info or a chat about the role, please contact Ashley Giles, Head of Artistic Management & Planning firstname.lastname@example.org
Send your resume and a cover letter (maximum 2 pages) introducing yourself and addressing the selection criteria detailed above to email@example.com
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra is a flexible employer committed to equity and inclusion and welcomes applications from First Nations people and diverse cultural communities.