Work With Us
We are seeking a versatile Production Manager to deliver the logistical and technical operations of the event. Dealing primarily with the infrastructure in and around the magnificent cathedrals at the heart of the festival, you will also be involved in planning for events in a host of beautiful and striking venues.
Closing date: midday on Wednesday 12 June
We also post all of our job vacancies on ArtsJobs.
We're a busy office where a passion for classical music and the ability to articulate it are the hallmarks of our team. If you think you'd enjoy spending time with us and learning about what goes on behind the scenes of a busy festival, we'd be happy to hear from you.
While we don't have a pre-defined role on offer each year, we welcome enquiries about work experience or short-term placements, and in the past have offered placements on a part-time basis to those looking to build their arts experience alongside an existing job, or provided an internship for those looking to fulfil the requirements of a university course, as well as other ad hoc, shorter-term roles.
These are voluntary, with local travel expenses and a lunch allowance available. To apply or find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you'd like to find out about volunteering during festival week, please click here for more information and to apply.