Music and Nightlife Producer - Central London
As our Music and Nightlife Producer, you will support our Music & Culture Director and work with Culture & Operations Teams working in partnership with our senior team to deliver music and culture event production and programming across a diverse range of events and spaces.
You will manage the framework for scheduling and booking music talent for our in-house music programme, as well as overseeing audio-visual production for a wide spectrum of partnership events, including Warner Music, the ICA and Alexander McQueen.
You will contribute and assist in programming new cultural opportunities and benefits to The Standard and local Kings Cross communities (collaborators include Fashion East, Dazed, The Face, Young, NTS & Telfar).
On a day-to-day basis you will act as a pre-production and onsite manager for the creative and technical delivery of any audio-visual experience throughout the hotel – whether DJ, live music or playlist – working in collaboration with DJs, musicians, sound engineers and other technicians, as well as the F&B operations team. You will work closely with the marketing team to develop and manage delivery of promotional material and artwork of our cultural programme.
Do you have what it takes to be a Music and Nightlife Producer at The Standard?
This role requires dedication and stamina. You will need to have serious passion for music, nightlife and culture, be highly social, upbeat and friendly, confident and able to handle pressure well, have a technical understanding of sound & DJ equipment, thrive in a high-volume, high energy environment and be able to work equally well both independently and as part of a team.
“Standard People” are at the heart of our brand; vivid, dynamic and engaging. While prior experience in a similar role is always useful, all are welcome at the Standard. You will be highly organised, have uncompromised and natural passion for music and culture, and be able to build authentic relationships with partners that enable us to not only pre-empt needs but foresee desires. In addition to this you will also need….
- Prior experience in Music Programming or Curation is essential for this role
- Project / Event Management experience from concept, planning to execution and an exceptional gift for organisation and multitasking.
- You may have some hospitality experience, however it’s not essential for this role – candidates with a background in similar culture-based industries such as music, arts, fashion, entertainment are particularly welcome.
- Enthusiasm is mandatory so you’ll be highly motivated and pro-active within every interaction and come with plenty of ideas.
All applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates prior to commencing employment.
The Standard, London opened in July 2019 and has boldly propelled The Standard brand onto the international stage. Situated on Euston Road across from the gothic grandeur of St Pancras Station, the hotel is set to become a new cultural crossroad for London and a gateway to Europe. The hotel playfully respects the building's history while creating new expansive spaces for the neighbourhood to play from our bars, restaurants, lounges and event spaces throughout the building.
The Standard, London has 266 rooms in 42 unique styles ranging from Cosy Core rooms to terraced suites with outdoor bathtubs overlooking St Pancras station. The lobby lounge, with a carefully curated library pays homage to the building’s original use, with a Sounds studio hosting weekly live music and talks. Double Standard, offers lunch, happy-hour and casual drinking and dining, while our garden restaurant, Isla, features a seasonally-driven, coastal inspired menu. Board the street level, exterior red lift directly to the 10th-floor to Decimo where Chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias’ showcases his live fire cooking and the building’s 360-degree views of London