Are you looking for work in the arts industry? Each week we at A Younger Theatre are featuring the best job applications from across the arts spectrum. Whether you’re looking for permanent, part time or freelance work, we will try and highlight the best jobs across the UK for you.
Please mention A Younger Theatre when you apply.
A Younger Theatre
Type: Feature Writers
Description: AYT is looking for young people with an active interest in arts journalism the chance to develop their interests and be published by A Younger Theatre. Working closely with the Editor, you will research, conduct interviews and write featured material for the AYT website.
Chichester Festival Theatre
Type: Company Stage Managers
Pay: £30-40,000 PA
Deadline: December 14
Description: The CFT are looking for a new Company Stage Manager to work with the creative team to produce theatre. Need ‘extensive post-qualification’ experience in stage management, proven project management skills and outstanding communications skills. For more information and to apply click here.
The Crafty Hen
Type: Workshop Assistant
Pay: £35 per session
Deadline: December 11
Description: The Crafty Hen are looking for new workshop assistants to assist their sessions in Kent. The roles would suit someone looking to develop their teaching skills. Need textile and jewellery skills, teaching ability and own transport. To apply, click here.
Guildford Shakespeare Company
Type: Chaperone (Part Time)
Pay: £35-40 per shift
Deadline: December 2
Description: The GSC are looking for a chaperone for the young actors playing Mamillius in Winter’s Tale. Shifts will be between January 13 and February 6. For more information, and to apply, please contact Sarah Gobran on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01483 301590.
Type: Projects and Operations Co-Ordinator
Pay: £14,000 PA
Deadline: December 11
Description: Unit 23 are looking for someone to take overall responsibility for day to day operations of the office and provide admin support. Need experience working in an office environment, a passion for the arts and experience with MS Office and social media. For more information, and to apply, click here.
National Theatre Live
Type: Post Production Editor and Filmmaker
Pay: £25,000 PA (12 month fixed term contract)
Deadline: December 7
Description: NT Live are looking for a new filmmaker to create content for digital platforms, edit for DVD releases and helping make documentaries. Need knowledge and experience of producing audiovisual content, experience in self-op filming, and experience of using Premiere Pro. For more information, and to apply, click here.