We advertise open positions within both the Orchestra and the administrative team here, with full details of how to apply.

Jobs at the LPO

Administration vacancies

There are currently no vacancies.

Orchestral vacancies

Vacancies for positions as a member of London Philharmonic Orchestra are advertised here.

To apply for orchestral vacancies, please send your CV (maximum 2 pages) to:

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Alternatively, you can send your application to:

Madeleine Ridout
Assistant Orchestra Personnel Manager
London Philharmonic Orchestra
89 Albert Embankment
London SE1 7TP

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Tel: +44 (0)7715 541251
Fax: +44 (0)20 7840 4201


Every 12 months the London Philharmonic Orchestra recruits for the Graduate Trainee position of Marketing Intern. This is a paid, fixed-term position designed to offer entry-level experience in the field of arts marketing. 

 Graduate Trainee position – Marketing Intern

This is an opportunity to gain experience within the busy marketing department of the London Philharmonic Orchestra and to develop a thorough understanding of the role of the department and its key areas of work within the organisation. You will be able to observe and participate in many of the marketing campaign activities that take place during the concert season, including e-marketing and social media campaigns, direct mail, print production and distribution, audience analysis, promotional offers, etc., and will also have the opportunity to see how an in-house ticketing operation is successfully run. The role will also give you experience in basic office management, giving you the chance to develop valuable general administrative and marketing skills.

Please note that applications are currently closed.

Thank you for your interest in the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

The London Philharmonic Orchestra is seeking to recruit a Transport Manager, whose role will be to ensure safe and timely delivery of the Orchestra’s instruments both in the UK and overseas.  The position is a core part of the ‘on the road’ team along with the Stage Manager, Librarian and Orchestra Personnel Managers. The successful applicant will have extensive driving experience, hold clean category C+E driving license, experience working with stage managers, and an empathy for the in the performing arts.


The salary for this position will be £32,000. The Orchestra is open to discussing both salaried and freelance options.