Band Instrument Technician CV


A band instrument technician should be adept at tuning and restoring damaged band instruments which mostly include brass, percussion and wind instruments. Such band instrument technicians should have the requisite training and exposure to different kinds of instruments, all differing in the complexity. A band technician CV thus must be detailed and give a proper idea of his suitability for the job.

Sample Band Instrument Technician CV

Robert Young

23B East End Street

London-38

Career Objective:

To seek a position which will allow me to utilize my expertise in caring for, repairing and generally handling band instruments all the while developing on my skills as a musician.

Educational Background:

2005: Bachelor’s degree in Music from the University of Oxford.

2006: Master’s degree in Performing Arts, specializing in Music, from the University of Oxford.

2007: Diploma in Musical Instrument Expertise for Vauxhall College, London.

Professional Qualifications:

I am adept at handling and instruments and figuring out their problems without dismantling the whole instrument.

Being a part of a rock band also makes me aware of the kind of wear and tear these instruments undergo over time.

Professional Experience:

I have been part of a rock band for the past ten years as lead guitarist and hence my familiarity with band instruments particularly is an added advantage.  [Check enclosed presentation for more details and performance records]

I have also worked as an assistant technician in ‘Melody and Tune’, a reputed musical instruments showroom in Belgravia.

Achievements:

An award at the Bachelor’s level for ‘Outstanding Musician of the Year 2005’

Category: Technical CV

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