Houston Symphony cuts three jobsmain
‘After a careful evaluation of existing staff operations and resources, the Houston Symphony has decided to reorganize some administrative departments to ensure that we have the right structure and people to continue implementation of our 10-year strategic plan,’ says Executive Director/CEO Mark Hanson.
He adds: ‘As part of this process, some existing staff members are moving into newly-defined positions that better align with our staffing and organizational needs, while others have been offered separation packages and early retirement benefits to help ease their transition.’
Three executive positions have been abolished, reducing the headcount to 74.
It’s not clear how many staff are affected.