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LSO St Luke`s Event Coordinator, London Symphony Orchestra

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The LSO St Luke’s Event Coordinator is a part of the team responsible for delivering the busy programme of events at the London Symphony Orchestra’s music education centre. The Event Coordinator manages their own events and will ensure the smooth running of a variety of artistic, private and commercial events, internally and externally promoted concerts and LSO Discovery projects. The role involves acting as the Duty Manager of the venue, when the Event Coordinator will act as a personal licence holder, first aider and will have overall responsibility for the safety of any and all persons in the building.

The role incorporates responsibility for venue sales to external corporate, private and artistic clients. This will include responding to enquiries, booking meetings, negotiating contracts, ensuring timely payment and approving suppliers. Once confirmed, the Event Coordinator will manage the event in the lead up and on the day of the event.

The Event Coordinator will also manage LSO Discovery projects held at LSO St Luke’s, including regular education workshops, termly concerts and one-off events across all strands of LSO Discovery.

The Event Coordinator reports to the Sales & Operations Manager who will assign longer-term projects when required as well as regular administrative and financial duties. Regular evening and weekend work will be required, dictated by the schedule of events.

Salary: £22,545 per annum.

For more information about this post, including a full job description and how to apply, please visit www.lso.co.uk/orchestra/jobs.

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