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Overview of Opportunities


AUDITIONS

EMPLOYMENT

There are currently no staff positions open.

INTERNSHIPS

VOLUNTEER POSITIONS


AUDITIONS

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL VIOLA

Audition Date: Tuesday June 5, 2018
Assistant Principal Viola Preliminaries are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday June 5, 2018 with a 9:30 a.m. draw and a 10 a.m. start.
  
Assistant Principal Viola Finals will take place following the Preliminaries.
Times are subject to change.

The need for multiple Preliminary rounds will be determined by the number of confirmed candidates.
 
Annual Service Guarantees & Wage Scales
Beginning with the 2017-18 Season Pacific Symphony will have annual service offer guarantees for all contracted members. If all offered services are performed, the potential season wage is as follows:

Assistant Principal Viola is a Tier A position paid at 115% of Section scale.
2018-19: 190 Services at $272.19 (section $236.69) for a potential season wage of: $51,716.77
2019-20: 195 Services at $280.36 (section $243.79) for a potential season wage of: $54,669.91
2020-21: 200 Services at $288.77 (section $251.10) for a potential season wage of: $57,754.00

When performing for the Segerstrom Center for the Arts Ballet series the scale rates are as follows:
2018-19: $264.79 per rehearsal & $336.73 per performance
2019-20: $272.73 per rehearsal & $346.83 per performance
2020-21: $280.91 per rehearsal & $357.23 per performance
 
Pacific Symphony members also have the possibility to earn additional income by participating in a variety of other services including: Patron Relationship Services, Chamber Music, Prelude or Postlude Performances, Musicales, Special Events, Education and Community Engagement Programs.
 
Resumes must arrive no later than Friday, May 7, 2018 by e-mail to auditions@pacificsymphony.org, or postal mail:
Pacific Symphony
Attn: Auditions
17620 Fitch, Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92614
 
THE ABOVE SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
 

Assistant Principal Viola Audition Information

Assistant Principal Viola Repertoire List (revised)

 

2ND FRENCH HORN AND 4TH FRENCH HORN

Audition Date: Wednesday June 6, 2018
2nd, 4th Horn Preliminaries are tentatively scheduled for Wednesday June 6, 2018 with a 9:30 a.m. draw and a 10 a.m. start.

2nd, 4th Horn Finals will take place following the Preliminaries.
Times are subject to change.

The need for multiple Preliminary rounds will be determined by the number of confirmed candidates. If there are enough candidates, a second day, June 7, may be added.
 
Annual Service Guarantees & Wage Scales
Beginning with the 2017-18 Season Pacific Symphony will have annual service offer guarantees for all contracted members. If all offered services are performed, the potential season wage is as follows:

2nd Horn and 4th Horn are Tier A positions.
2018-19: 190 Services at $236.69 for a potential season wage of: $44,971.10
2019-20: 195 Services at $243.79 for a potential season wage of: $47,539.05
2020-21: 200 Services at $251.10 for a potential season wage of: $50,220.00

When performing for the Segerstrom Center for the Arts Ballet series the scale rates are as follows:
2018-19: $211.83 per rehearsal & $269.39 per performance
2019-20: $218.18 per rehearsal & $277.47 per performance
2020-21: $224.73 per rehearsal & $285.79 per performance
 
Pacific Symphony members also have the possibility to earn additional income by participating in a variety of other services including: Patron Relationship Services, Chamber Music, Prelude or Postlude Performances, Musicales, Special Events, Education and Community Engagement Programs.
 
Resumes must arrive no later than Friday, May 18, 2018 by e-mail to auditions@pacificsymphony.org, or postal mail:
Pacific Symphony
Attn: Auditions
17620 Fitch, Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92614
 
THE ABOVE SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
 

2nd Horn and 4th Horn Audition Information

2nd Horn and 4th Horn Repertoire List

 

INTERNSHIPS

PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERN

We are now accepting applications for the Spring/Summer 2018 Public Relations Internship program. Please submit a resume, cover letter, a 3-page writing sample and the completed online application to: Lisa Harden at LHarden@pacificSymphony.org.

Sign up here to apply for the Fall 2018 Public Relations Internship.

Public Relations Intern Job Description

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Pacific Symphony offers internships for students interested in a career in a non-profit arts organization. Interns will be exposed to the many facets of the administrative office responsible for the operation of the organization and should come away with an understanding of how the non-profit arts world operates. Internships are often available in the following areas:

  • Concert Production/Operations
  • Development/Fundraising
  • Education
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations
  • Special Events

Interns must demonstrate strong computer skills, strong written and oral skills, organization skills, and the ability to perform multiple tasks with attention to detail. They must maintain a professional attitude and be able to interface successfully with a variety of personalities.

Internships are unpaid and require a minimum of 10 hours a week (scheduling is flexible) during regular office hours. Pacific Symphony is located in Orange County, California and does not provide housing, transportation, or relocation costs. Assignments will be based on the interest and qualifications of the intern and the needs of each individual department.

For information on internship openings or interest in applying please contact (714) 755-5788.

  

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Pacific Symphony offers internships for students interested in a career in a non-profit arts organization. Interns will be exposed to the many facets of the administrative office responsible for the operation of the organization and should come away with an understanding of how the non-profit arts world operates. Internships are often available in the following areas:

  • Concert Production/Operations
  • Development/Fundraising
  • Education
  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Public Relations
  • Special Events

Interns must demonstrate strong computer skills, strong written and oral skills, organization skills, and the ability to perform multiple tasks with attention to detail. They must maintain a professional attitude and be able to interface successfully with a variety of personalities.

Internships are unpaid and require a minimum of 10 hours a week (scheduling is flexible) during regular office hours. Pacific Symphony is located in Orange County, California and does not provide housing, transportation, or relocation costs. Assignments will be based on the interest and qualifications of the intern and the needs of each individual department.

For information on internship openings or interest in applying please contact (714) 755-5788.

  


VOLUNTEER POSITIONS

Volunteer positions at Pacific Symphony are available in the following areas (click to view):

To apply to become a Symphony volunteer, SIGN UP HERE.

If you would like information on volunteering for Pacific Symphony, please contact:

Lisa Harden
Director of Volunteer Services
(714) 876-2364
Lharden@pacificsymphony.org

Lisa will be happy to tell you about our volunteer opportunities.