Applications are now open for two new roles at Paraorchestra as we enact an ambitious programme of growth and diversification in our touring output and roll out a new artist development programme for Paraorchestra musicians.
We would like to hear from driven, creative, and organised people to fill two newly-created positions on our team: Project Coordinator (Full Time) and Marketing Coordinator (Part-Time).
If you’re not familiar with our work, watch the film below for an introduction to Paraorchestra. Follow this link for an audio-described version.
We are currently recruiting for two new roles. Click on the links below for more information, a job pack, and application details.
Project Coordinator (£25,500 FT)
Marketing Coordinator (Part-Time) (£25,500 pro rata)
Our Job Packs are available in Word and PDF, standard and large print. If you require the Job Packs in any other format please get in touch.
We accept written, audio, or video applications and can provide support with your application should you need it.
We can also offer an informal discussion with you before applying if you would like to get to know a little more about our culture and what it’s like to work for Paraorchestra.
The deadline for applications for all posts is 10am Wednesday 13 September 2023.
Interviews will take place week commencing Monday 2 October
DIVERSITY AND EQUALITY
We are a passionate and friendly team of people who are excited by the art we create and driven by the changes and opportunities we are initiating. We also recognise that the arts have not been a go-to employer for anyone who identifies as disabled. We want to act positively and change this and would like to hear particularly from those that identify as Deaf, disabled or neurodivergent under the Social Model of Disability or who have faced barriers to their career progressing due to access needs not being met.
If you are Deaf, disabled or neurodivergent and you meet the essential criteria for the role, we will guarantee you an interview.
WHAT’S IT LIKE TO WORK FOR US?
If you would like to read a bit more about what it’s like to work with us, please take a look at these two blogs from two of our most recently recruited team members, Caitlin Fairweather and Esther Poole.
For queries on any of the above, or with any questions about the application process in general, please refer to the individual job packs or email firstname.lastname@example.org