Classical Music Content Coordinator

  • Location
    London, Greater London
  • Salary
    £ 12 - £ 17 / Hourly
  • Category
    IT - Multimedia
  • Job type
    Temporary contract
  • Industry
    IT and Telecoms
  • External Reference

Job title: Classical Music Content Coordinator
Location: West End (Central London)
Hours: 40 hour week, Monday-Friday
Duration: Ongoing temporary position
Hourly rate: £12-£17

We are searching for a Music Content Coordinators who are passionate and knowledgeable about Music and Broadcasting. The successful candidates must be able to coordinate multiple tasks and projects at once and have working experience within the Broadcasting/Music industry. Specific experience within Classical Music is essential.


  • Play a key role in structuring (research and production skills on a variety of platforms) and delivering high-level curated series of attractive and distinctive broadcast content, in close collaboration with colleagues and external stakeholders

  • Support the activity - editorial and logistical - around music communities, expert groups and subgroups

  • Take part in initiating and developing editorially relevant projects together with the Music Team.

  • Takes charge of planning live transmissions and all necessary connections with Members and the Technical Coordination Service Provider

  • Support the drive for continuous improvement of the internal database by both observing the production protocols and constantly looking at reviewing the system in a creative and critical manner

  • Provide direct support with the logistical management of the Music Unit

  • Take charge of publishing classical-music curated content in a timely manner

  • Proofreads classical music offers created by representatives and play a pro-active role in communicating feedback to colleagues

  • Technical follow-up and quality monitoring of audio files

  • Proactively look for ways of improving efficiency within the production area to raise the standard of project delivery

  • Ensure delivery of projects is both timely and of a first-class standard, on any pre-determined platforms for any type of audience

  • Nurture and develop the relationship with Member representatives, based on trust, service-orientation and creativity

  • Promotes programmes and programme ideas to Members and other partners with the aim of achieving Member's commitment to participating in projects/events

  • Keep track of projects and reports to Management and stakeholders

  • Contribute to organising meetings of expert groups, subgroups and other meetings and conferences, as requested

  • Perform various administrative duties as assigned, on occasion across the wider Music Unit


  • Extensive experience within a classical music broadcast environment

  • Knowledgeable, passionate and enthusiastic about radio and music (specifically classical)

  • Bachelor's Degree within Music, Communications or Media

  • Languages: English, French (Bonus)

  • Confident Audio and Video editing skills

  • Strong, effective planning and organisation skills

  • Must be able to prioritise and multitask

  • Creative

  • Growth mindset with the ability to take initiative

  • Friendly team player who enjoys collaborating

  • Adapt easily to multiple editorial/technical workflows

  • Experience with influencing, negotiating, and communicating effectively, both internally and externally

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