This is an excellent opportunity for an early career arts administrator to become familiar with all aspects of the running of a small arts organisation and classical recording label by joining the unique, award-winning arts charity and new music record label, NMC Recordings.
Term: This appointment is a permanent position
Hours: Full-time (5 days / 35 hours per week)
Location: The office is based in Bethnal Green, East London. NMC staff have adopted a hybrid way of working, dividing their time between office and homeworking.
Salary: £23,500 – 24,500 pa
Benefits: 23 days’ holiday pro rata plus bank holidays and the period between Christmas and New Year.
About the role
The main purpose of the Officer and Development Assistant role is to provide efficient office administration and support to a small team; and to support the Fundraising & Development Manager across all areas of fundraising, towards achieving an annual target of c.£250,000 – £300,000 a year. This includes overseeing the day-to-day running of NMC’s individual giving schemes and assisting with the planning of cultivation opportunities for donors. The role will require you to work across NMC’s small team, including directly with the Executive Director.
This role would suit a highly organised and personable entrance-level arts professional with an interest in or experience across a variety of areas. You will be hard-working, methodical and self-motivated, being able to work as part of a small dynamic team and with an analytical and enquiring mind, and a desire to learn.
NMC Recordings is a multi-award-winning new music record label and charity. Founded by composer Colin Matthews OBE in 1988 with our first release in 1989, we are devoted to enriching cultural life by connecting listeners around the world with exceptional contemporary classical music by composers from Britain and Ireland. We believe new music is a dynamic and engaging art-form and seek to inspire and challenge audiences through the release and promotion of recordings, innovative artistic partnerships, and exciting education work for young people. Over the last 34 years NMC has released over 300 recordings of high-quality performances featuring more than 600 major international artists and ensembles and works by over 400 composers.
Please visit our website to find out more about the role and how to apply: https://www.nmcrec.co.uk/recruitment
Deadline for applications 14 July 2023.