Oxford Contemporary Music
Role summary: OCM has a vacancy for a Programme Producer (P/T). This is a creative and exciting opportunity for someone, with the chance to work with a unique organisation to make a significant impact for audiences in Oxford and the UK.
Job location (usual place of work): Oxford (although we are open to freelancer applications)
Pay rate: c.£30,000 depending on experience
Pay is pro rata?: Yes
Job title: Programme Producer
Applications close on date: Wednesday 25th July 2018
Hours are: Part time
Contract is: Permanent
Job description: OCM is one of the UK’s foremost new music organisations, working across many genres and disciplines producing innovative music and cross art-form events and outdoor and site specific work.
We have a vacancy for a Programme Producer (P/T). This is a creative and exciting opportunity for someone, with the chance to work with a unique organisation to make a significant impact for audiences in Oxford and the UK.
The Programme Producer is a key role in OCM’s small and energetic team and involves researching and delivering a stimulating multi genre programme for audiences and artists. We are looking for an enterprising, imaginative and organised person with a passion for new music and sound based events. The role requires vision, knowledge of the sector and of event production, contacts and ability to realise the creative and ambitious new music events and commissions for which OCM is known.
Oxford Contemporary Music actively strives towards equal opportunities for all and diversity in all areas of its activity, and positively welcomes applications from disabled people and people of any ethnicity, age, belief, sexuality, and gender.
Please email or telephone for a job description and person specification before submitting an application. To apply, please send your CV and a letter of application stating why you are suitable for the role based on the job description and person specification.
Also open to freelancer applications.
To apply, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01865 484777