IMG Artists is a global leader of performing arts management.  For thirty years, the company has set the standard for excellence across the artist management, touring, dance, attractions, festivals, events and cultural consulting fields.  IMGA’s specialists in offices across three continents offer unparalleled international reach and depth of experience to the company’s artists, clients and partners. 

Orchestral Touring Division – Hannover Office Internship

The Orchestral Touring division of IMG Artists GmbH is seeking interns for an internship duration of 3-6 months starting August 2019. Working closely with the entire team, this internship is a support position that involves a variety of administrative tasks relating to the overall management of orchestral touring. The role will be based in our Hannover office.

We are looking for candidates who possess a love and knowledge of classical music and proven administrative and computer skills. Applicants must also be self-motivated with excellent communication skills, possess a good attitude and the ability to take direction. Interns must have fluent written and spoken German and English. In return, interns will gain invaluable experience and contacts. This is an expense only paid position of up to €100 per week.

To be eligible for this internship you must be studying towards a qualification and be registered as a student for the duration of the internship; you will need to provide proof of your student status along with your application. Internships of over 3 months can only be offered if the internship forms part of your studies (Pflichtpraktikum).

To apply please send your application (cover letter and CV) to Clara-Liliane Strutz and please indicate ‘Orchestral Touring Hannover internship application’ as a reference in the subject field. Please send all applications by June 1st 2019.

Please be advised that in order to concentrate resources, only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted.

 The Company welcomes and values the benefits of diversity in its workforce and aims to ensure that its staff achieve, as far as is possible, their full potential and that all recruitment decisions are taken without reference to irrelevant or discriminatory criteria.