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Role Outline for Executive Assistant
We are seeking a passionate and dedicated Executive Assistant to work under the Managing Director in a newly-created full-time role at Music in Offices (MIO). The appointed person will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of MIO’s clients, office and operations, and work closely with the MD to develop and maintain existing relationships.
-The principal purposes and responsibilities of the role are:
-To manage the day-to-day administration of MIO
-To help ensure excellent delivery of all contracted services to all existing clients and members
-To support the MD administratively in their daily work
-To be the initial point of contact for all new clients, and to deal with new enquiries
-To be the regular point of contact for all existing clients, including client visits
Specific duties include the following:
-To establish and maintain excellent relationships with MiO’s partner orchestras, charities, members, clients and suppliers
-To engage with social media on a regular basis and always be content driven
-To help plan and facilitate marketing and promotional campaigns
-To help develop the community amongst MiO members and staff by coordinating events, meet-ups and drinks events
-To support the productions of events along with production sheets and timelines
-To ensure the smooth running of MIO’s office
-Close working relationship with the MD and other team members
-Close working relationship with teachers and conductors, to support them in their work
-Close working relationship with all clients at all levels
-Working with external consultants, choral advisors, and associated charities
-Representing MIO at concerts, HR events, benefits fairs, as required
Skills and Knowledge required:
-Degree-level education essential
-Musical skills and/or knowledge and understanding
-Proficient in InDesign, or other design software
-Social media proficient (active and correct use of LinkedIn/twitter/facebook)
-Video promo editing/youtube uploading
-Good attention to detail
-Excellent communication skills
-Used to working to very high standards of delivery
Terms of employment
For individual discussion with short-listed candidates.
The post will be full-time, (35 hours a week).
Salary guideline: £24-26k (depending on experience).
Position starts October 2017.
Please send your CV and a statement of 500 words outlining why you want to work for MiO and how you meet the specification. Please also supply contact details for two referees.
Address for applications: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: Saturday 26 August 2017