house: Opportunities

Digital Fundraising Programme Manager, Brighton Dome – d/l 06 September 2017

Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival is looking for a self-starter who will help build Brighton Dome’s first major public appeal through crowdfunding. We are looking to capture the hearts and minds of the Brighton community and give them the opportunity to play their role in completing the £21.2m regeneration of Brighton Dome.

The successful candidate will have project management experience and substantial understanding of working in a digital environment. They will lead the day-to-day digital activities of the crowdfunding appeal through every stage: creation, execution and analysis. They will be confident working with creative teams, have a collaborative approach and be open to new ideas and concepts.

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Press and Communications Manager, Battersea Arts Centre – d/l 21 August 2017

This is an exciting time to join Battersea Arts Centre ahead of the re-opening of our 650-seat (900 standing) Grand Hall in 2018 following a devastating fire in 2015. As Press and Communications Manager, you will lead a high-profile press campaign for the re-opening, significantly raising our national and international profile and re-launching Battersea Arts Centre as a destination venue. The press strategy surrounding the Grand Hall reopening will be one of the key drivers for our success in the coming three years, so this is a rare opportunity to make a real impact at a critical moment in Battersea Arts Centre's history.

You will be responsible for Battersea Arts Centre’s overall press strategy and lead on planning and delivery for a diverse programme of shows, events and creative and community projects. Playing a leadership role within a dynamic team, you will also provide essential support to the Senior Marketing and Communications Manager, deputising and providing strategic communications advice to other project teams and visiting companies.

You will be a positive and ambitious individual, with excellent people skills, strong relationships with journalists and an instinct for a good story. We are looking for someone with substantial experience of running press campaigns in arts and culture, who thrives in a fast-paced, collaborative environment and who can hit the ground running.

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Technician, The Albany – d/l 28 August 2017

Based in Deptford, London, the Albany is a pioneering, multi-use performing arts venue with a strong focus on working with diverse communities. The Albany’s programmes and venue management also extend to two external sites, Deptford Lounge and Canada Water Culture Space.

As a member of the production team, the post holder will provide high quality technical support (including lighting, sound, AV and stage management) and maintenance for all Albany venues and equipment including the Canada Water Culture Space and the Deptford Lounge. You will deliver a consistently high standard of service to visiting artists and other venue users, and using safe working procedures at all times contribute to the Albany’s objective as a leading venue for excellent and diverse performance art.

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Deputy Operations Manager, The Albany – d/l 24 August 2017

We are currently seeking a highly organised and personable Deputy Manager who will support and lead the team and day-to-day contract delivery together with the Operations Manager.

As a key team member you will be the first point of call coordinating all internal and external matters ensuring the smooth running of all our activities and services as well as health and safety and customer service standards for room hires and events.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a background in customer service and a good understanding of events management to further development their managerial skills.

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General Manager, The Theatre Chipping Norton – d/l 04 September 2017

Chipping Norton Theatre is a restlessly busy and ambitious theatre and arts centre in the Cotswolds. Bringing over 50,000 people every year to a town of little over 6,000, The Theatre delivers a year-round programme of theatre, comedy, music, film and participatory activities for audiences across the region. More recently, we have grown as a producing house, creating three major productions each year and growing a stronger and more loyal audience as a result.

The Theatre currently produces three shows every year and are now regularly touring our work, reviving old work and co-producing with other venues. Our yearly pantomime is a tradition for ourselves and our community; including some customers who have attended every year since they began.

The position reports to the Theatre’s Director and Board, who collectively take responsibility for leadership and The Theatre’s future direction, and sits within a Senior Management team of three. There are three roles in direct support of the position: an external Accounts firm who are involved in preparing the quarterly accounts, a Finance Assistant (4 days a week) and an Administrator (2.5 days a week). There is also a finance sub group of the Board, who meet four times a year to assist and monitor the finances. The organisation requires a steady hand to maintain its standards and to ensure that it keeps moving forward internally and externally during the term of the Maternity cover.

Contact operations@chippingnortontheatre.com for more information.

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Technical Manager, Forest Arts Centre – d/l 03 September 2017

Hampshire arts and museums are now operated and funded by Hampshire Cultural Trust. The trust champions world-class culture and exists to showcase, connect and empower Hampshire's creative economy. The independent charity works collaboratively to bring organisations, people and ideas together for greater impact.
The Trust is looking for an experienced Technical Manager for the vibrant Forest Arts Centre in New Milton in the New Forest. The centre is a 150 seat theatre, music and comedy venue which supports and delivers approximately 100 live professional events per year, as well as supporting local community companies and schools to present their work in a professional theatre.
We are seeking a Technical Manager who will ensure that technical liaison, lighting, sound, AV, staging and electrical needs are provided for performers and artists, whilst ensuring that health and safety requirements are met at all times

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Assistant Production Manager, Roundhouse – d/l 25 August 2017

As one of the most exciting and adaptable venues in London, this is a unique opportunity to engage with visiting companies and producers across a wide range of productions.

The Assistant Production Manager will work with the Production team to ensure the planning and successful delivery of all Roundhouse produced shows, festivals and installations. Your duties will include production and stage management, managing production budgets and helping to plan our wide range of activities.

You will have significant experience in stage management or production within theatre, live music or performing arts. You’ll be expected to have excellent knowledge of relevant health and safety regulations and industry best practice as well as an ability to work collaboratively and proactively whilst handling a varied and demanding workload.

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Senior Producer (Broadcast & Digital) (p/t maternity cover), Roundhouse – d/l 31 August 2017

We’re looking for a part-time Senior Producer with experience in broadcast and digital within the arts. They will play a key role in working with the programmes team to deliver world class performances and experiences to audiences both in venue and online. You’ll also be responsible for leading the Broadcast and Digital Production team working across film, live stream, audio, new technologies and the creative programme for young creatives. We need someone who is in touch with the latest developments within the broadcast and digital industries, and the positive impact these can have for artists and arts organisations. You’ll also be responsible for working with other Roundhouse departments to champion digital innovation and excellence within the organisation. This is an exciting time to join the Roundhouse as we embark on an ambitious new business plan and digital strategy which will deliver more transformative work with 11-30 year-olds over the next 5 years and further develop our work in film and audio as well as deliver a strategy for our online channels.

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Ticketing Manager, Young Vic – d/l 11 September 2017

We are looking for a Ticketing Manager to join our successful theatre. Based on The Cut in Waterloo, we produce new plays, classics, musicals, adaptations of books, short films, and more. We attract large and complex audiences, we win major awards, we have deep connections in our neighbourhoods and we take shows to the West End and New York. Recent shows include Yerma, A View from the Bridge, A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Working with our busy Press & Marketing team is rewarding, challenging and enjoyable. We sell hundreds of thousands of tickets to our shows each year in our three theatre spaces and for our West End transfers.

You’ll provide essential ticketing and sales support to Director of Marketing and Press. This will include creating seating maps, building promo codes, overseeing holds and analysing sales patterns.

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Marketing Officer, Arts Educational Schools London – d/l 04 September 2017

The Arts Educational Schools London, based in Chiswick, is seeking to appoint a Marketing Officer to work full time.

The Marketing Officer’s primary role will be to devise and implement an integrated communications strategy with a focus on effective use of social media and wider digital platforms. This is a new post and the successful candidate will be a key player in a small, busy and friendly team consisting of the Director of Development, the Development Manager and the Communications Manager.

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Duty Manager (Casual), Theatre Royal Windsor – d/l 31 August 2017

Theatre Royal Windsor are looking to appoint a motivated individual to the role of Duty Manager (Casual) to cover evening and weekend shifts. A minimum of 6 hours per week is expected when required and they must be available during November and December for more shifts.

You will be in charge of the smooth running of all the Front of House areas before, during and after show times as well as for events and hires. You will be supervising Front of House ushers and bar staff throughout the performance, cashing handling and daily banking.

You must have experience of cash handling, staff supervision, and dealing with customers, and be comfortable and confident in a fast moving environment.

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Marketing and Communications Manager, Corn Exchange Newbury – d/l 01 September 2017

We are seeking a creative marketer with great motivation and energy. The successful candidate will be an advocate of the Corn Exchange Trust and its programme of activities ranging from the outdoor performance programme, the performances presented on stage, the growing and the important work at 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space, and the launch of a new creative Learning Centre in the heart of Newbury.

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General Manager, Stopgap Dance Company – d/l 12 September 2017

Stopgap Dance Company creates inclusive productions with exceptional disabled and non-disabled dancers for national and international touring. Led by Artistic Director Lucy Bennett, the company receives core NPO funding from Arts Council England to devise and tour original dance productions, and the recent increase in NPO funding from financial year 2018/19 will enable the company to reinstate its trainee programme Sg2 to nurture the next generation of disabled dancers in UK. In order to manage the increased workload, the company is seeking a General Manager to support the management of the company. In the immediate future, the General Manager will also support The Executive Producer in completing the final draft of the business plan for the next 4 years of Arts Council England funding period.

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Board Vacancies, Farnham Maltings – d/l 01 September 2017

Farnham Maltings has vacancies on its voluntary Council of Management. Council meets five times a year to agree strategy, support the staff team in meeting our ambitions and to act as custodians of the Maltings and the Museum of Farnham.

We are particularly keen to hear from people with expertise in museums, theatre, craft, property or law. We are also recruiting for the roles of Treasurer and Company Secretary. We support equal opportunities and invite people from all backgrounds and abilities to apply.

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Marketing Assistant, The Marlowe Theatre – d/l 24 August 2017

The Marlowe opened in October 2011 and has since become one of this country’s most successful theatres. Since opening, the theatre has welcomed over one million customers to performances ranging from Glyndebourne Opera, major West End shows, Matthew Bourne, the National Theatre, Philharmonia Orchestra and Northern Ballet to comedians such as Stewart Lee and Jimmy Carr. Our annual pantomime is also seen by over 90,000 people each year.

We are looking for someone to join our dynamic and award-winning marketing team. Are you passionate about the arts and providing opportunities for people to enjoy world-class theatre? Are you both a creative thinker and a proficient administrator who loves to work as part of a team? We’d love to hear from you.

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