JOB DESCRIPTION – RECORDING PROJECTS MANAGER (Maternity Leave Cover)
Monday 19 April 2021
This is a rare opportunity offering considerable professional development and growth to someone interested in the music industry across record labels, publishing, A&R and soundtracks in administration and management.
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 5PM ON FRIDAY 28 MAY 2021
JOB TITLE: Recording Projects Manager (Maternity Leave Cover)
TERMS: Part-time – four hours per day, five days per week
CONTRACT: Salaried, beginning Monday 19 July 2021, initially a fixed-term contract until April 2022, with a possibility of the creation of a new part-time role at the end of this contract. Training/handover to commence early-mid July for approx. 8-10 hours a week, subject to arrangement.
LINE MANAGER: Hugh Brunt – co-Artistic Director & co-Principal Conductor
REMUNERATION: £18,200 (£36,400 pro rata)
London Contemporary Orchestra (LCO) is pleased to recruit for the role of Recording Projects Manager (Maternity Leave Cover) – working with co-Artistic Director & co-Principal Conductor Hugh Brunt to support the delivery and expansion of the LCO’s studio output, encompassing Hollywood and independent feature films, TV series, production/library music, video games, sample libraries, and albums with leading bands and solo artists.
Applications should be submitted by e-mail (PDF format) to [email protected] by 5pm on Monday 24 May 2021 using the subject line Recording Projects Manager (Maternity Leave Cover) – Application. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted later in the week for remote interviews w/c Monday 31 May 2021.
We know that the orchestral music world is sometimes perceived as not being as diverse or inclusive as it could be. At LCO, we want to be part of the change to build a more equitable sector because we know that when we engage in diversity in all its facets, we create better outputs. We are more interested in how you can add to our great team, rather than feel like you must fit into it. So, if you feel that any element of what you view as important about you or your identity is underrepresented in the sector, we would love to hear from you. Especially if you do not feel that you meet all of the criteria listed above, we will find ways to support you to fill those knowledge gaps where possible.
Photo: Lee Kirby for Spitfire Audio (LCO Textures)