Production Technician Apprentice – Liverpool Philharmonic

Production Technician Apprentice

This apprenticeship position with Liverpool Philharmonic offers a unique opportunity to work with one of the UK’s premier music organisations. It includes the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in which we present more than 400 classical, rock and pop, world music, film and comedy events. Our apprenticeship programme enables you to become a well-trained individual with practical experience gained in the entertainment industry; lighting, sound & video.

The salary for this post will be £18,144

Pease note we are unable to accept applications from potential applicants with degree level or similar qualifications in subjects similar to the area of training that would be covered in the training period

How to Apply

Please read through the Production Technician Apprentice Recruitment pack before starting your application to understand the details and requirements of the role.



The application consists of two parts

  • Please complete the Personal Details and Equal Opportunities Form above
  • Please provide a CV which doesn’t include any personal details such as your name, date of birth, gender, address or phone number. These will be captured in the Personal Details and Equal Opportunities Form.

Please ensure that your CV includes the following:

a) Your Education History and all your exam results and qualifications (or predicted)

b) Any other relevant experience and your hobbies and interests

c) When you would be able to start working for Liverpool Philharmonic if successful

d) At the bottom of your CV please add the answer to these two questions;

  • A statement about why you want to work at Liverpool Philharmonic and which area of our work are you most interested in? It can be more than one if you are interested in more or unsure where to specialise at the moment.
  • Tell us one thing you have done that will help demonstrate your interest in our work. It could be something at school, amateur dramatics, casual venue work, helping with a friend’s band, etc.

Please apply via email with both the Personal Details Equal Opportunities form and CV (as per the above guidelines) to:

Closing Date: 12 noon on Monday 15 July 2019
Recruitment/Interview Day: Monday 22 July 2019
Expected start date: August/September 2019