Community Partner

Pirate Studios

Brighton | Part-Time

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for three individuals rooted deeply in Brighton’s music scene.

Initially on a twelve week, part-time contract, we’re looking for candidates who’ll be able to use their ‘blackbook’ of local music contacts to help embed the new Pirate Studios location within Brighton’s music community.

You’ll be meeting up with local music societies, spreading the word at music stores, organising community events - anything that helps project the community focus of Pirate Studios in Brighton.

The role will have key input into different departments across the company. There’s also scope to contribute across the board and prove you’ve got what it takes to join our team permanently.

We’re looking for passionate, driven and music-loving individuals who are keen to further their network within the local scene and beyond.


Who are we?

Pirate Studios is the world’s largest network of music studios. We operate 400 rehearsal, DJ and production studios across the UK, US and mainland Europe with an innovative, tech-centred 24/7 model.

But we don’t just stop at studio hire. Pirate Studios runs regular live streams unearthing the best in new music, festival stage takeovers, nationwide talent search programmes and ambassadorship arrangements with high profile artists.

We’ve rapidly grown to encompass an international community of 90,000 musicians in the 3 years since the company was founded; we’re going from strength to strength and growing fast. It’s the perfect time to join a fun, hard-working team that you’ll learn a huge amount from.

Who are you?

  • Happy to become the face of Pirate Studios in Brighton

  • Excellent knowledge of the Brighton music scene

  • Well-connected within the Brighton music community

  • Comfortable creating & maintaining relationships with local partners

  • Experience within the music industry (not essential but will be beneficial)

  • A willingness to go the extra mile to push the Pirate Studios message far and wide

  • Comfortable with MS Office and its Google Suite equivalents

What will you be doing?

  • Utilising your existing network of contacts to firm the Pirate Studios footing in the local community

  • Liaising with music societies, music schools/colleges, music stores and the like to spread the good word

  • Organising community-building events to promote the Pirate Studios ethos of being all about the artists

  • Working with PS staff on adapting our model and product for the local artistic community

  • Acting as a stakeholder throughout the launch process, with influence on decision-making and strategy

  • Ensuring we support our customers during the launch period, welcoming them into the PS community

If you’re interested and would like to apply, please send your CV and cover letter to [email protected]