Jobs

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Festival jobs

There are two vacancies to work on the 2022 Festival of Contemporary Music for All. Both posts are part time and run from 3 January to 11 March 2022.

CoMA operates part time from our office at Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS. There is a degree of flexible working possible, however these roles would best suit a candidate located in London.

The closing date for both jobs is Friday 26 November 2021 and applications should be sent to Tamara Kohler (tamara@coma.org), Festival Director, who may be contacted if you have any questions or would like to arrange an informal chat. Interviews will be held on Friday 3 December 2021.

Festival Project Manager

CoMA is seeking to appoint an experienced project manager to play a key role in the delivery of the 2022 Festival of Contemporary Music for All, 4-6 March, 2022. This will involve project planning and management, administration, and the support of amateur music ensembles across the UK in the presentation of workshops and performances. The Project Manager will support the CoMA Festival Director in the delivery of CoMA’s biennial Festival and associated strategies and activities that communicate CoMA’s aims and help to increase its impact and strengthen its profile within the music sector and the wider public.

This job will suit someone with a passion for the arts, an interest in new music and community arts and experience in managing multiple projects simultaneously. They must be a strategic thinker, who can help develop and manage logistical and safety protocols around the planning and presentation of live events.

Festival Project Manager - full detailspdf

Festival Marketing Officer

CoMA is seeking to appoint an experienced marketing officer to play a key role within the delivery of the 2022 Festival of Contemporary Music for All, 4-6 March, 2022. This will involve supporting and developing the festival promotional strategy, leading on the social media campaign and the support of amateur music ensembles across the UK in promoting their festival workshops and performances. The Marketing Officer will support the CoMA Festival Director in promoting CoMA’s biennial Festival and associated strategies and activities that communicate CoMA’s aims and help to increase its impact and strengthen its profile within the music sector and the wider public.

This job will suit someone with a passion for the arts, an interest in new music and community arts and experience in promoting multiple events simultaneously. They must be a strategic thinker, ideally with experience in community projects and a knowledge of the music sector. The role will include promoting live and digital events, seeking media and other promotional opportunities for the festival, and producing callouts for allcomers to come and join in with events across the country. All this work is already underway, so the candidate will be joining the CoMA team to support and lead on the delivery of these initiatives.

Festival Marketing Officer- full detailspdf

Equal opportunities

For both jobs you are encouraged to also complete an equal opportunities form to assist our equal opportunities monitoring.

Equal oportunities formdocx

Volunteering

If you are interested in volunteering then please contact info@coma.org.