Part-time Assistant Artist Manager, Tyalgum Press and Will Todd Music
- Closes1st May 2018
- LocationSouth East
- TypePart time
- SalaryPaid (£20k-25k pro rata)
- ContactBeth Halliday firstname.lastname@example.org
PART TIME ASSISTANT ARTIST MANAGER FOR TYALGUM PRESS AND WILL TODD MUSIC
Hours: 20-25 hours
Location: Guildford Surrey / from home
The position involves overseeing the preparation period before an engagement or new commission.
Liaising with potential commissioners, host choirs, promoters, record labels, publishers and musicians to create and negotiate, create and process contracts. Organise the booking of travel and accommodation, applying for visas and updating marketing materials.
Producing detailed schedules/itineraries for artists, ensuring all relevant information is included as well as invoicing, checking invoicing lists and artist statements.
Using our diary and project management system, requiring accurate data entry and amendments, updating company contacts as required, checking through email correspondence and correctly transferring all required information, including financial data.
Some evening/weekend work will sometimes be required to attend events. The successful applicant will be expected to share general office administration as required.
- Good computer skills with own laptop and good Wifi connection.
- Attention to detail/proofreading skills.
- The ability to input data correctly and have a keen eye for inaccuracies and anomalies is essential.
- Candidates must be able to converse confidently via email, on the phone, and in person.
- Candidates need to be able to work independently as well as part of a team, and need to be prepared to take on responsibility and manage their own workload through the use of good time management when receiving requests from numerous sources. This includes being able to look far ahead and work on engagements which may not be taking place for some time, as well as those in the near future.
- Patience, empathy, flexibility, and understanding are necessary when working with a wide variety of people, and a good sense of humour!
- A background or degree in classical music.
- Experience in contracts or classical music management.
- Experience in the office environment.