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The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO), a major keystone of Ireland's cultural and musical heritage, is in an exciting phase of growth, development and change with...
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Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer and working closely with the Executive Team, the Director of Marketing will be responsible for identifying and realising...
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Orchestra Jobs. Music Executive managementAn executive manager plays a leadership role in various areas of the music business. The precise duties and roles of this position vary from business to business because the executive manager's duties frequently depend on the operational workflow of a specific department and the areas where leadership is most needed. Most generally, an executive manager is responsible for supervising a department’s operations and activities from initiation until completion. They are also in charge of working alongside other department managers to remain informed and to identify opportunities for collaboration. The executive manager is also tasked with reporting to upper management regarding the progress of their team and their music projects, while also leading any changes necessary to improve processes and lead the company towards attaining their organizational goals.
Essential to this position is the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, create and allocate budgets, implement policies and procedures, create strategic workload balances, identify resourcing issues, and manage certain functions of human resources (such as hiring and firing).
Typically, an executive manager will have around five years of experience as well as a Master of Music Administration before they move into an executive management position.
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Executive education usually refers to programs and courses targeted at professionals working in managerial and executive roles, or those who aspire to those positions. Most executive education courses offered by business schools last between two and six days, but some can take over a year to complete part-time.
Content-wise, executive education tends to focus on improving the business knowledge and skills needed to become an effective leader. Most executive programs - unlike management degrees such as an MBA, MSc, or Master in Management - focus on sharpening specific aspects of an executive's toolkit, such as accounting, finance, strategy, or negotiation. That's why executive courses tend to be much shorter than full-on degree programs, which tend to be broader and cover many aspects of business.
It's important for management executives to develop their leadership and organisation abilities, so they can provide guidance to managers within the company and create company-wide systems for leadership. Many executives cultivate their skills while in university, then refine them while gaining professional experience. These are some skills management executives may need:
Utilizing time, people, and materials effectively requires organization. Management executives can use their energy efficiently throughout the course of the workday with the help of strong organizational skills. These skills are important because they enable the executive to sort and access important documents and materials, create efficient leadership systems and provide excellent guidance to managers within the company. To improve your organisation, consider eliminating unnecessary tasks and materials, taking advantage of organisational tools and creating task lists.
Leadership is a quality that someone has when they can effectively provide guidance and be a good role model for others. Leadership skills and knowledge are both important for management executives, who understand leadership very well so they can instruct others on how to improve their leadership skills. Management executives strive to improve the overall leadership efforts within a orchestras or choirs, and excellent leadership skills allow them to do that. To improve your leadership abilities, you can take advantage of leadership opportunities and improve your communication.
Problem-solving is the ability to assess a situation, identify the issue and its causes and suggest viable solutions for that problem. This is important for management executives because they may assess current leadership structures and determine the aspects that weaken them. They can design new systems for management and leadership and implement them as solutions to these problems. To improve your problem-solving, consider strengthening your creativity, attention to detail and brainstorming skills. You can also improve your problem solving by focusing on solutions and using positive language.
Executive Director / OrchestraResponsibilities:
the Executive Director will provide strategic leadership, champion a positive culture, support the Phil’s dynamic programming, and oversee services and operations. The Executive Director will monitor and manage the music organization’s financial health as well as oversee all contracts with artists, unions, vendors, and other entities. Skills:
This position requires exceptional drive, passion, organization and time-management skills, a track-record of achieving excellence, proven success in management and fundraising, and the ability to oversee the day-to-day operations of a growing organization.
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You will work closely with the music Director and orchestra Administrator to plan all scheduling and timetables for students and staff including auditions, orchestral rehearsals, assessments, masterclasses and prizes. You will also deal with all staff, student and parent queries, including those in relation to safeguarding. You will have successful operational experience and the ability to harness a positive working environment that encourages teamwork, energy and a solution-focused approach. Skills:
It is essential that you have excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and multi-task in a pressured environment and effective communicate skills. Music Knowledge.
Director of Financial Planning & AnalysisResponsibilities:
Direct and engage with all staff levels of the organization to educate and advocate for strong fiscal discipline, guiding and encouraging a data driven decision making environment. Partner with the CFO in presentations and discussions with the Executive management team and Board of Trustees committees. This role is actively engaged with operating teams to advise on utilization of tools and methods for planning and evaluation of operations. Skills:
Undergraduate or graduate degree in accounting, business music administration or other relevant degree concentration is required. Minimum ten years of experience, ideally in arts & culture sector or related enterprise. Background in private company or social sector roles for financial analysis, modeling, planning, project management is desirable, as is experience with fund accounting. At least three years of supervisory experience required.
You will be passionate about management and leadership, with a focus on collaborative and inclusive practice, and experience of line managing staff. You will be committed to work that supports access and inclusion, and environmental sustainability within the arts. You’ll need experience in the valuation of arts, learning or community-facing activities. Principal Librarian Determine the appropriate music materials to be used for all orchestra services. Oversee music preparations, to include proofing and editing, bar numbers and/or rehearsal letters, cuts, edits, repair, and folder assembly; oversee the receiving, cataloguing, and return of rental materials. Coordinate and arrange music licensing for copyright permissions, including mechanical, synchronization and grand rights. Skills:
Strong interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills with the ability to work with a diverse set of constituencies. Ability to work independently and in a leadership role as well as a team. Exemplary managerial, organizational, and orchestra problem solving skills.