- Performing arts (music) sector
- Part-time, flexible hours (15 hours p/w approx.)
- Auckland based
The award winning and highly regarded NZTrio is this country’s leading piano trio, renowned for its eclectic repertoire, outstanding musicianship and warm kiwi stage presence. Our long serving Assistant Manager is moving on to pursue her own artistic goals, and we are seeking to replace her with a highly organised, tech savvy person who will work closely with and assist our Manager with all aspects of the Trio’s operations.
As an integral part of a small, family friendly and talented team, you will use your wide ranging administrative skills and innovative ideas to assist the manager, musicians and trustees with everything from big-picture planning and branding, marketing campaigns and audience surveys to concert logistics and database/website management.
You will use your excellent interpersonal and communication skills to liaise with a myriad of external contractors (e.g. venue staff/technicians, piano tuners/movers, caterers, photographers, composers, advertising agents, ticketing agents) as well as take minutes at trustees’ meetings and assist with e-comms and copywriting.
In addition to your generalist administrative skills and experience you will need to have a good grasp of social media advertising, CRM database maintenance (Mailchimp) as well as Photoshop and website management. Basic video editing capabilities are also desirable.
The position would suit someone who is happy to work from home and, when required, has the flexibility to attend evening/afternoon meetings and concerts, mostly in Auckland but sometimes elsewhere in Aotearoa New Zealand.
To find out more about the position please contact Jessica Duirs on 021 060 3846.
How to apply
Please apply in writing with:
- A letter of application outlining why you are interested in this position
- Your CV, with an outline of your experience and qualifications
Applications should be sent to Jessica Duirs: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is 5pm, Wednesday 17 November
Note: Applications without a cover letter and other required information will not be considered. You must have the legal right to live and work in New Zealand to be considered for this role.