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The Philharmonia Orchestra’s in-house Digital team has been creating pioneering, award-winning work for nearly a decade, from our video and audio content to iPad app The Orchestra, through to large-scale digital installations RE-RITE, Universe of Sound and MusicLab, which have toured the world.
We are looking for a new Designer & Front-end Developer to join our existing team and make an impact on the exciting work that we produce. Working closely with our back-end Developer, you will drive forward our digital presence in front-end development, continuing to make the Philharmonia ground-breaking in the industry, as well as art-working for a range of Philharmonia print design.
Closing date: 31 August 2015, 18:00
Contact: Luke Ritchie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Philharmonia Orchestra is seeking an Orchestral Personnel Manager. This is a key role within the Orchestra’s administration; the post-holder will be required to work closely with, and to take direction from, the Orchestra’s Chairman and Deputy Chairman.
Closing date: 11 September 2015, 18:00
Contact: Fiona Martin (email@example.com)
The Philharmonia Orchestra is seeking a Finance and Office Administrator. This is a full time permanent position.
The Finance and Office Administrator is a key role within the organisation, reporting direct to the Finance Director.
This role would ideally suit a candidate who is committed to a career in the Arts generally, and could provide a first or early step in such a career, whether in finance or other disciplines. Above all, we are looking for an energetic individual with exceptional organisational and communication skills, who will relish the opportunity to enjoy a close working relationship with the Finance Director and other Heads of Department. Applicants need not be finance specialists.
Closing date: 28 September 2015, 12:00
Contact: Charles Tait (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Traineeships Currently Available
The Philharmonia Orchestra is offering a six month traineeship in its Education Department. This is an invaluable opportunity to gain insight into the workings of one of the world's busiest orchestras. The successful candidate will possess impeccable organisational skills, the ability to work to tight deadlines and an enthusiasm for engaging all different kinds of audiences with classical music.
Hours: 9.30am - 5.30pm, 5 days per week, with additional evenings and weekends as required. Placements are six months in duration and voluntary and unpaid, although travel expenses (maximum equivalent of monthly travelcard, London zones 1 - 6, per month, during each Trainee placement) and a lunch allowance are available.
Please apply by sending a CV and covering letter outlining your experience to date and why you would like to be considered for this role by email only to Fflur Huysmans at email@example.com.
Interviews to be held on Thursday 17 September at our London office, with a view to starting as soon as possible.
Closing date: 07 September 2015, 17:00
Contact: Fflur Huysmans (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Download: Education Department Trainee.pdf