The orchestra was advertising for an Administrative Manager to run the office and help with programming and to support the General and Artistic Director.
Applications are now closed, today 15 September. Watch here for further possible recruitment.
3 days per week, fixed term 6-month contract
£150 per day depending on experience
Pro rata £21,600 per annum
Camerata Ireland is seeking an Administrative Manager to support the role of the General and Artistic Director for a 6-month period beginning 1st October 2021 and finishing on 31st March 2022, with the possibility of extending, subject to funding.
The application deadline is Wednesday 15th September 2021 at 5pm.
This is an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed arts and music enthusiast to join Camerata Ireland, the only all-Ireland chamber orchestra in a varied and engaging role.
The role of the post will be to assist and support the office and the programming. The post holder will also assist the team with the administration, logistics and production of concerts and events, including processing of funding applications, reporting, budgets and other duties where required.
For application forms and job descriptions, please email Camerata Ireland at firstname.lastname@example.org and the documents will be sent by return.
Completed applications and monitoring form should be returned by email to email@example.com by the deadline of 15th September 2021 at 5pm.
Shortlisted applicants will be notified on 17th September and interviews will be scheduled on the afternoon of 27thSeptember 2021.
About Camerata Ireland
Camerata Ireland was founded by Barry Douglas in 1999 as an all-Ireland chamber orchestra. It enjoys the honour of Joint Patronage of HM The Queen and the President of Ireland. The board of seven directors oversee the strategic and financial running of the company. The website of the orchestra is www.camerata-ireland.com
The company is in receipt of public funds through grants from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. Its Global Sponsor is Randox.