Deadline for applications: 23:59, Tuesday 26 July
Title of Post: Executive Administrator
Pay: £23,200-26,000, depending on experience
• Deadline for applications: 23:59, Tuesday 26 July
• Date for interviews: Wednesday 10 and Friday 12 August – First round interviews. Wednesday 17 August – Second round interviews.
This role involves varied work focussed on the smooth running of Sound and Music and its activities. Reporting to one of the Co-Heads of Artist Development, the Executive Administrator works closely and collaboratively with other members of the Sound and Music team to support core organisational functions including: arranging and co-ordinating logistics of internal and external meetings; dealing with external enquiries; managing relationships with external providers such as for IT, office equipment, and with the office landlord (Oxford House). A key part of the role involves providing administrative support to the Chief Executive, the (non-executive) Chair, and the Board of Sound and Music, including attending and minuting Board and Finance Sub-Committee meetings.
The Executive Administrator will gain a wide range of experience working with the Sound and Music team, composers and artists, members of the public and partners, as well as make an essential and valued contribution to the successful delivery of Sound and Music’s creative programme.
Sound and Music is moving to a hybrid working model with a mix of in person and remote working, however this role is predominantly office-based at Sound and Music’s office in London.
The post holder will support Sound and Music’s commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion, contributing to a culture of respect and collaboration in the organisation’s internal and external activities.
If you have questions about the role or the process, please contact Wendy Attewell, Sound and Music’s HR consultant, on email@example.com.
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