ENO Baylis Project Manager

ENO Baylis Project Manager

Monday, 8 July 2019, 10.00am

Reporting to the ENO Baylis Producer, the post-holder will be responsible for overseeing the successful delivery of a range of artistic initiatives across all aspects of the Baylis programme but with a particular focus on our work with secondary age and further/higher education students. The post-holder will be closely involved in the day to day running of the Department’s programme of work and its busy office, working closely with all members of the ENO Baylis team and staff in other departments of the Company, as well as developing and managing key contacts outside the company including freelance artists, learning providers, partner organisations and community groups. The post-holder will support the planning and delivery of a range of projects, with individual project management responsibility for certain strands of our programme.

Your Duties will include:
– Identifying and nurturing relationships with a wide range of individuals and external organisations including artists, schools, further/higher education colleges, youth and community groups, as well as members of the general public
– In consultation with the ENO Baylis Producers, negotiating fees and contracts with artists to deliver certain strands of our programme, working closely with artists to support session planning and delivery, ensuring all activity is designed to meet specific learning objectives
– Collaborating with other ENO departments, including Technical, Production, Company Office, Music and Front of House, to ensure effective support for ENO Baylis projects and their safe delivery, including undertaking health and safety risk assessments where required
– Reporting and evaluation

The Successful candidate will have:

Essential
– Passion for music, theatre and the arts, and a commitment to enhancing its accessibility to a wide range of groups
– Knowledge and experience of working in arts environment and existing contacts in the sector
– Proven experience of producing high quality arts education or participatory arts projects
– Demonstrably excellent project management, administrative and organisational skills
– Ability to communicate clearly with a wide range of people
– Experience of developing and managing budgets

Desirable
– Ability to read music
– Passion for and understanding of operatic repertoire and rehearsal processes
– Knowledge of opera/theatre/music/design/visual arts
– Good understanding of current issues within arts education

See link below for further details.

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Published on 24 June 2019

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