Established in 1948 and declared a Tasmanian Icon in 1998, the TSO is one of Australia’s smallest Symphony Orchestra that packs in an amazing Concert Program each year delivering acclaimed concerts to local, regional, interstate and international audiences.

Production Casuals

(Casual Pool Positions – up to six (6) months)

The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra is currently seeking to build their pool of Production casuals to assist with “behind the scenes” and set-up work for concert activities.

Previous related work in production/staging of live performances would be an advantage, although not essential. You will be required to be physically fit as the work involves assisting with the technical and production staff with stage moves, loading and unloading orchestra equipment and staging  as well as attending to building and equipment security.  Essential to this is your availability for night and weekend work as required.

If you would like to have the satisfaction of being part of a team that helps the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra to deliver their renowned high quality performances, then please follow in the instructions below.

For a copy of the Position Description, please click here.

Please forward your application, a covering letter outlining why you would be suitable for the position and a current Resume to

Unfortunately agency applications will not be considered.

Tutti cello

This position is only open to Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents of Australia, or New Zealand Citizens.

Salary starting from $58,389.00
(Excl of superannuation and base allowances).

Orchestral Excerpts released for live auditions: Monday 3 July 2017
Audition dates: Monday 31 July 2017 in Hobart, applicants must be available for the full day.

Audition Requirements:
• 1st Movement Haydn Concerto in C or D
• Own Choice Piece
• Orchestral Excerpts

(Please note: For recorded applicants excerpts will be available four weeks prior to the confirmed recording date.)

Recorded Auditions:
Candidates wishing to submit a recorded audition should follow the Guidelines for the Preparation of a Recorded Audition. For further information, contact the Orchestral Coordinator, Jacqui Walkden (03) 6232 4406 or email

Applications, including a completed Candidate Information Form and a CV detailing relevant experience and training should be directed to:

Jenny Goulding
Director People and Culture
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
GPO Box 1450
Hobart TAS 7001

Applications close: 5pm Friday 14 July 2017.