Community Engagement Assistant
Part-Time position: 20 hours per week
The Christchurch Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is the leading musical organisation in the South Island and has been a proud contributor to the Christchurch community and its surrounds for 60 years. The CSO continues to play an important role in maintaining and growing an exciting and diverse arts scene in the region and, each year, presents a wide range of community participation, learning and engagement activities alongside a diverse series of orchestral concerts.
Demand for our Community Engagement Programme continues to grow and we now seek to appoint a Community Engagement Assistant.
The purpose of this role is to assist with the planning, implementation and delivery of the CSO’s Community Engagement Programme.
This role will provide administrative support for the programme, including assisting with scheduling, liaising with musicians and participants and contributing to financial reporting.
This role will also have the opportunity to be involved in a hands-on capacity, assisting with the delivery of a range of projects.
The Community Engagement Assistant is required to work closely and co-operatively with the Community Engagement Programme Leader, Artistic Assistant, musicians of the CSO and other team members.
The successful candidate must have the following attributes:
- Musical knowledge with practical experience
- Some teaching or education background
- Excellent communication skills
- Familiarity with standard office software including Microsoft Excel
- Highly organised with excellent attention to detail
- Ability to work in a challenging and fast-paced environment
To succeed in this role, the candidate must also demonstrate a positive attitude and strong work ethic as well as a high level of initiative and imagination, and be a creative thinker who is pro-active and resilient.
To apply please for this position, please send an application letter accompanied with a CV to:
Christchurch Symphony Orchestra
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Application close on the 14th December 2018