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Pleasance Festival Volunteer Programme 2022
Pleasance Theatre Trust
An unforgettable experience at the very heart of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe awaits!

The Pleasance Festival Volunteer Programme provides a platform for people of all backgrounds and ages to hone their skills in the creative industries, through playing an important part in the daily operation of the Pleasance’s venues.

The Programme runs from Friday 29th July - Wednesday 31st August 2022 inclusive. Positions are available across technical, guest, industry and marketing teams.

Volunteers receive a subsistence as a contribution to their living expenses, accommodation in a single private bedroom within close proximity to the venue at no cost, free entry to a programme of 230+ shows, access to training opportunities and much more.

As a volunteer, you act in a dedicated position with genuine responsibilities, supported by team members already working in the industry. The programme is about hands-on experience and peer to peer learning. It includes those of all levels of experience who share the same passion for the arts, which gives the venue its unique energy.

Often demanding and always fast-paced, a month on the Fringe can be an eye-opening experience. What you put in we hope you get back. Previous participants have cited the development of new skills, building confidence in social and diplomatic situations, the opportunity to put existing experience into practice and creating a professional network as just some of the benefits of joining. Not to mention having an unforgettable experience in an unparalleled hub of creativity and energy.

Be the first to know when applications launch in January by completing the Expression of Interest form here:
https://www.pleasance.co.uk/festival-volunteer-programme
Link: https://www.pleasance.co.uk/festival-volunteer-programme
Kickstart Young Associate – Communications
National Theatre
Kickstart is a government scheme offering 6-month employment for 16 –24-year-olds who are claiming Universal Credit and maybe at risk of long-term unemployment. The scheme offers paid work for 25 hours a week, over 6-months.
The Communications Department works with senior colleagues to establish and articulate organisational and departmental messages. We work alongside our Press and Marketing colleagues to put in place effective communication of these messages. We also look after the National Theatre’s internal communications, the weekly Company Meeting and provide support for the organisation's intranet.

Internal Communications

To learn the components of putting together a staff meeting, online and in person. Creating and updating pages on the staff intranet.

Learn how to liaise with members of the management team and setting the agenda.

Keeping meeting schedule and themes up to date.

External Communications

Build and maintain relationships with stakeholders and learn how to position the NT to external audiences.

Keeping up to date with teams across the NT to gather information for external use.

Supporting the preparation of events for external stakeholders to showcase the range of work the NT does.

Public Affairs

Learn how to work with local and central government departments, in the UK and occasionally globally who have responsibility for culture.

Support the drafting of the NT’s policy newsletter.

Research themes of interest to the All-Party Parliamentary Groups and their members.

Closing date 29th November

Link: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/content/kickstart-young-associate-%E2%80%93-communications
Kickstart Young Associate – Construction
National Theatre
Kickstart is a government scheme offering 6-month employment for 16 –24-year-olds who are claiming Universal Credit and maybe at risk of long-term unemployment. The scheme offers paid work for 25 hours a week, over 6-months.

If you're interested in applying for one of these roles, speak to your Work Coach at your local Job Centre as soon as possible and quote the job title you’d like to apply for along with the reference KSAB039879, you will need to do this in order for your application to be approved.

Application forms must only be completed once you have been referred by your Work Coach, as your application cannot be considered without a referral.

The Production Workshops Department is made up of five departments - Armoury and Special Effects; Carpentry, Metal, Props and Scenic Art. We create the scenery and props that appear on the National Theatre's stages in London and around the UK. We work closely with Directors and Designers and translate their vision and models into reality. We adhere to strict Health and Safety policies and working practices and are becoming aware of the importance of sustainability within theatre production. The successful applicant will spend 2 months in each workshop; Scenic Art, Carpentry and then Props, providing an opportunity to learn about the unique skills in each department.



Scenic Art

Assist with stock management

Assist the team safely move scenic elements around the workshop

Learn and develop basic painting skills - sanding, filling and using flat colours.

Carpentry

Learn and develop basic carpentry skills - sanding, cutting etc.

Assist the team with basic machinery maintenance

Assist the team in building basic scenic elements

Props

Learn and develop basic carpentry skills - sanding, cutting etc.

Assisting the team with basic machinery maintenance

Assisting the team in safely moving props and furniture around the building, and to/from the NT Prop Stores.
Link: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/content/kickstart-young-associate-%E2%80%93-construction
Kickstart Young Associate - Development
National Theatre
Kickstart is a government scheme offering 6-month employment for 16 –24-year-olds who are claiming Universal Credit and maybe at risk of long-term unemployment. The scheme offers paid work for 25 hours a week, over 6-months.

If you're interested in applying for one of these roles, speak to your Work Coach at your local Job Centre as soon as possible and quote the job title you’d like to apply for along with the reference KSAB039879, you will need to do this in order for your application to be approved.

Application forms must only be completed once you have been referred by your Work Coach, as your application cannot be considered without a referral.
The Development Departments aim is to raise essential funds for the theatre from individuals, corporations and charitable trusts and foundations to enable the theatre to carry out its mission and plan for the future. This role will join the Development Operations team, this team is at the core of the NT’s fundraising efforts.

Database & Administration Skills

Learn how we use the NT’s customer database to record information about donors.

Processing donations by cheque, credit card and Direct Debit

Recording responses to event invitations

Research Skills

Learn how we find information that helps the fundraising team find new donors and sponsors

Preparing information about companies who might sponsor the NT

Monitoring websites for news of new Trusts & Foundations

Event Planning Skills

Learn how we plan and arrange special events for donors, in-person and online

Recording invoices on the NT’s finance system

Working behind the scenes or on the reception desk at special events

Link: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/content/kickstart-young-associate-development
Kickstart Young Associate – Wigs, Hair & Makeup
National Theatre
Kickstart is a government scheme offering 6-month employment for 16 –24-year-olds who are claiming Universal Credit and maybe at risk of long-term unemployment. The scheme offers paid work for 25 hours a week, over 6-months.

If you're interested in applying for one of these roles, speak to your Work Coach at your local Job Centre as soon as possible and quote the job title you’d like to apply for along with the reference KSAB039879, you will need to do this in order for your application to be approved.

Application forms must only be completed once you have been referred by your Work Coach, as your application cannot be considered without a referral.

Kickstart Young Associate – Wigs, Hair & Makeup
Wigs, Hair and Make-up are responsible for producing and maintaining all aspects of wig-making, hair and make-up styles and special effects prosthetics for every show staged at the National Theatre. The team use wide range of skills and techniques depending on the requirements of each show, from wig making, maintaining an Actor's own hair with styling, colour and barbering, using professional make-up products under different conditions such as photo shoots, stage lighting, high-definition filming etc.


Preparation

Learning how to style wigs and hair for shows.

Learn how to do head wraps, take head measurements and record results.

Observe and assist in how to make a wig and learn the basic knotting of wigs.

Learn techniques of how to make facial hair pieces (postiche).

Performances

Assist in daily pick up of wigs from dressing rooms.

Wash and prep wigs, learn how to set wigs accordingly.

Learn how to follow plots on shows and write plot notes.

Learn show running protocol and quick changes.

Housekeeping

Checking laundry and helping with maintaining and managing the daily laundry needs of the department.

Help with cleaning and maintaining wigs.


Link: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/content/kickstart-young-associate-%E2%80%93-wigs-hair-makeup
Front of House
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres
Front of House roles available in various Delfont Mackintosh Theatres venues!

We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated Front of House staff to work with us throughout the festive period. You do need to be available to work throughout the whole festive period, contracts are ongoing into the New Year if desired.

For the full job description and to submit your application, please visit our website: https://www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/about-us/recruitment
Link: https://www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/about-us/recruitment
Box Office Deputy Manager
Pleasance Theatre Trust
The Pleasance Theatre Trust seeks to recruit a motivated Box Office Deputy Manager, who is driven to deliver excellent customer service and has a keen interest in bringing the best comedy, theatre and kid’s shows to the masses.

The Deputy Manager plays a key role in maintaining the theatre’s vitally important ticketing facility. Reporting to and deputising for the Box Office Manager, the Deputy is responsible for ensuring that the theatre’s physical and digital ticketing operations run smoothly at all times.

During July and August, the Box Office operation relocates to Edinburgh, where the Pleasance’s Fringe operation expands to 3 sites with over 30 performance spaces and 550,000 ticket holders. With Edinburgh productions going on sale from January each year, Festival preparation is an integrated part of the Box Office’s year-round operation.

As part of a 2 person core team, the Deputy Manager must be a proactive team player. Whilst in London they provide operational and pastoral support to a small pool of casual Box Office Assistants, with this remit expanding greatly during the Fringe when the department expands to 50 people through the Pleasance Festival Volunteer Programme.

For a detailed job description, visit the Pleasance website here:
https://www.pleasance.co.uk/content/box-office-deputy-manager

Applications Deadline:
Tuesday 30th November, 17:00
Link: https://www.pleasance.co.uk/content/box-office-deputy-manager
Marketing Assistant
The Stage Media Company
The Stage Media Company Ltd is seeking a Marketing Assistant to join its marketing team for six months on a fixed term contract. As a Marketing Assistant, you will be reporting to the Marketing Director and assisting with various administrative duties. This includes assisting and supporting the marketing team with a wide range of marketing activities, coordinating the production of a wide range of marketing communications and providing support for marketing events and exhibitions as required.

This is an entry level position and training will be provided for all duties. However, applicants must have attention to detail, a desire to learn and strong organisational skills with the ability to manage time and workload.

Home working is supported, but, circumstances allowing, the role will primarily be based in the office.

As one of the UK’s oldest media groups, The Stage Media Company has an extensive publishing history which makes it a fantastic organisation to start your publishing or marketing career.

The Stage Media Company, based in London Bridge, is dedicated to providing up-to-date news and services for the UK’s theatre, performing arts and book publishing industry with two key titles: The Stage and The Bookseller. Both The Stage and The Bookseller are established leaders within their respective fields, offering industry news, authoritative reviews/interviews and insightful features.
Link: https://hr.breathehr.com/recruitment/vacancies/19657?identifier=thestage
Production Team Assistant
The Society of London Theatre
The Society of London Theatre (SOLT) manages the Olivier Awards with Mastercard. The ceremony will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 10 April 2022. https://officiallondontheatre.com/olivier-awards/

- General Administration
- Event Support
- Creative Assistance
- Logistics


HOW TO APPLY
The first stage of the application process will be answering questions on the application form. Please access and complete the application form by clicking this link:
Olivier Awards - Production Team Assistant - Application Form
The closing date for applications is 12noon on Monday 6th December 2021.
If you have any questions about the role, or have difficulty accessing or understanding the application form and would like some assistance, please email russell@soltukt.co.uk
This role will be predominantly based in central London with the majority of hours being desk-based work at a computer in an office. There may be an opportunity for flexible/remote working (from home or other locations) for some of the time and will be negotiated. Usual hours will be 10am until 6pm weekdays. Some evening and weekend work may be required as necessary as the event approaches.
Link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/W69ZTMQ
Press Officer
Young Vic Theatre
We are looking for a collaborative, organised individual to help support the Young Vic’s Press and Communications work. This confident person will assist in raising the profile of the Young Vic’s portfolio of work, from our award-winning productions created with the world’s finest artists, to our creative engagement work in the local community, and our program which develops and supports early-career theatremakers.

The Press Officer will support the work Head of Press and Communications in maintaining and increasing the profile of the Young Vic Theatre Company and its work in the press, broadcast and media. The successful applicant will have proven experience in a press role in a professional environment, a positive attitude with a high level of self-motivation, as well as demonstrable interest in finding new ways to tell stories across establishSalary: £28,000 per annum

Contract: This role will be a fixed term for 12 months.

Apply by: 10am Monday 29th November 2021

Access: We are able to offer support and resources to aid access requirements; please state any access requirements on your application.

Interview travel costs: We are able to cover expenses for travel to and from interviews.


Link: https://www.youngvic.org/about-us/jobs/press-officer
Technical Apprentice
Cambridge Junction
You will support the Technical Team to deliver outstanding events while
working towards a Level 3 Creative Venue Technician standard. You will
support and enable Cambridge Junction to have a nationally recognised
programme of innovative contemporary performance, and to have more
people experience and understand the value of contemporary arts
Link: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-676179
Venue Operations apprentice
Cambridge Junction
You will support and work as part of the operations team working across
departments including box office, bar and events. You'll make sure that
health and safety procedures, licensing conditions and customer services are
met at the highest of standards and will be knowledgeable about the venue,
programme and other Cambridge Junction projects.
Link: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-676158
Technical Apprentice
Royal Albert Hall
Integral to the Royal Albert Hall is the Production & Technical dept -
responsible for the set-up, preparation & operation of the technical & event
management requirements in the main auditorium/the Elgar room as well as
other spaces. You'll gain knowledge, experience & training in the areas of
Lighting, Audio, Rigging, Staging, Stage Management.
Link: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/-680089
Customer Service apprentice
KI Sound and Light (Mr Phillip Knight)
KI Sound and Light have been
delighted to serve the entertainment
and hospitality industry for over 35
years. During this time, we have
provided the very best quality Audio
and Visual solutions across the United
Kingdom. In this Customer Service role, you will contribute to our success by assisting
customers with their enquiries, raising quotations to meet customers’ needs, booking staff and transport for events, and planning event logistics.
Link: https://findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-682338
Apprentice Prop Maker
National Theatre
The Props Workshop is part of the Production Workshops Department at the National Theatre and makes props for the NT’s shows and events. The apprenticeship is designed to produce practical skills to a high standard of expertise. The Apprentice Prop Maker will contribute towards the making of props for the National Theatre for shows in rehearsal and performance. They will primarily be working on fabric-based props and upholstery, but a wider supporting skill set will be taught, such as carpentry, decretive finishes, and technical drawing.

As this is a training position, we are not looking for experience in props, upholstery, or in theatre, but for someone who has practical skills, which can be applied to this apprenticeship. You will need to show us that you enjoy working with your hands, can work well in a team, and will be committed to completing this apprenticeship.

The Prop Maker apprenticeship is designed to be the first step in working in theatre or going on to further study. Although we cannot guarantee that this apprenticeship will lead to a permanent post, this is an area of specialisation where there is a skills gap in the theatre sector, and we would expect there to be good opportunities for further work in the sector on completion of the apprenticeship.

Closing date 22nd October 9am!!!
Link: https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/about-the-national-theatre/careers/apprenticeships
Apprentice Technician x4
White Light Ltd
White Light is one of the UK's premier company in the areas of lighting, video, sound hire and installations. Our apprenticeships give people the
opportunity to be the potential future experts in these areas. Our programme enables participants to become highly trained individuals with
practical experience gained in all aspects of the entertainment lighting, sound & video industry.

Duties and Responsibilities
To assist with the preparation, repair and maintenance of lighting sound and video equipment for hire and sales contracts. Loading and unloading
of trucks and the checking in of equipment. This gives our apprentices the grounding in our equipment and its maintenance and use-vital to a
technical role in our industry.
Approximately the first six months is based in working around allthe warehouse departments to gain and understanding of the equipment, its
maintenance and use.
Depending on your increasing ability you will gradually work and attend onsite events with our Event department; setting up, operating and then
striking live events.
Daily contact would be to the Supervisors/Managers in the Warehouse departments you are attached to.
This apprenticeship is on the job training and some modular study which has to be completed during the apprenticeship. You will be given study
time and time with an industry expert via the college, so you must also have the commitment to achieve the required modules. The portfolio you use to create and submit your work is online and there is no day release. We use specific training courses to achieve the necessary base skills and certification that is recognised and required in the industry.
Link: https://www.whitelight.ltd.uk/careers/apprenticeships/
Head of Digital Content
Manchester International Festival
Establish, direct and manage the strategic and long-term goals for our digital content – managing the website and social channels for MIF/The Factory. Develop policies, procedures and platform strategies for the content curation for the web, social and other digital products. Develop and direct consistent methodologies to analyse data and content consumption and define content needs from across the organisation.
Link: https://recruitment.mif.co.uk/
Executive Director (Maternity Cover)
Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
We are looking for an Executive Director to work alongside our Artistic Director/CEO Rachel O’Riordan, for the period of our Executive Director’s 6 months’ maternity leave. The role is focused on maximising commercial income as well as providing effective scheduling support for the wider organisation’s building use.

We are looking for someone with a passion for and commitment to the vision, work and values of the Lyric. They will need to display evidence of effective leadership encompassing staff development, communication skills and allyship; the ability to work with a wide range of funders and stakeholders, at various levels of seniority.

This is a full-time, fixed-term role from mid-February – end-August 2022.
Link: https://lyric.co.uk/our-home/about-us/work-with-us/
Chair of the Board
Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
At this exciting time, we are seeking a dynamic and ambitious new Chair who shares our vision and supports our ambitions as a major producing theatre. The Chair will share a passion for our artistic work and vision; they will be supportive of our projects for young people in West London, our commitment to being an equal, diverse, inclusive and an environmentally sustainable organisation. The successful candidate will have strong influencing abilities and authority, excellent judgement and will be an outstanding advocate for the organisation.

Our new Chair will need to have robust social, cultural and commercial awareness. We are looking for an accomplished leader who is a strong communicator, able to draw on networks and make connections for the Lyric.

If you would like to find out more about this exciting role, please visit our microsite for further details and get in touch with our search partners at Green Park to find out more: https://micro.green-park.co.uk/lyric
Link: https://lyric.co.uk/our-home/about-us/work-with-us/
Director of Communications & Sales
Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
e are now recruiting for a Director of Communications & Sales who will lead the development and delivery of the Lyric’s communications, marketing, sales and audience development strategies. As a member of the Lyric’s Senior Management Team, the Director of Communications & Sales plays a central role in income generation for the theatre with responsibility for brand, reputation and advocacy.

We are looking for a creative and imaginative strategist with experience of creating, implementing and evaluating effective marketing campaigns.
Link: https://lyric.co.uk/our-home/about-us/work-with-us/
Bar Supervisor – Casual position
Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
Bar Supervisors ensure that our Bars offer the highest standard of customer service and embody the Lyric’s warm, welcoming and inclusive ethos at all times. They are responsible for the supervision of the Bar Staff and will work closely with our Bars and Catering Manager.

Successful candidates will have excellent customer service skills and previous experience managing a front of house bar team.


Link: https://lyric.co.uk/our-home/about-us/work-with-us/
Bar Staff – Casual position
Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
Bar Staff provide a warm, friendly and efficient food and beverage service to our guests, ensuring exceptional service standards are delivered and maintained at all times in line with our guest expectations.

Successful candidates will have excellent customer service skills and be available to work a mixture of daytimes, evenings and weekends
Link: https://lyric.co.uk/our-home/about-us/work-with-us/
The Mousetrap Mentoring Programme
Mousetrap Theatre Projects
Are you…
…interested in a career as a Participatory Arts Practitioner?
…aged 18-25?
…based in London?
…not currently in full time education?
…available for paid employment as Workshop Assistant for Summer Stage 2022 (August dates TBC)?
…if so our mentoring programme is for you!

The programme is designed to give under-represented young people a supportive environment to start their career as a Participatory Arts Practitioner. Our aim is to bridge the gap between early training and the skills you need to become a successful freelance practitioner. The programme connects Mentees with experienced Creative Practitioners, and provides you with one-to-one guidance and practical experience to help build your confidence, resilience and skills.

This 6 month programme runs from January - June 2022 and includes 5 one-to-one meetings with one of our expert Creative Associates (your Mentor), the chance to shadow your Mentor at (at least) 2 workshops, and a paid fixed-term placement as a Workshop Assistant on a Mousetrap project during the 2022 summer term.
• There are 2 x Mentee placements available
• Mentees are required to document their experiences

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 1st December at 5pm. Please send your completed application to layne@mousetrap.org.uk

If you have any questions regarding the programme, role or application form please contact layne@mousetrap.org.uk or apply here - https://www.mousetrap.org.uk/mentoring-programme
Link: https://www.mousetrap.org.uk/mentoring-programme
Technical Stage Crew Team Member
Young Vic Theatre
The Young Vic are recruiting for an experienced stage crew person to work for the duration of our main house production of Best of Enemies.

A registered charity and theatrical powerhouse, the Young Vic is synonymous with innovation, inclusivity, accessibility and creativity. We create performances that catalyse debate and are priced accessibly for our audiences, giving 10% of tickets away to those who experience barriers to engaging with the arts.

We are deeply rooted in our local communities of Lambeth and Southwark, through Taking Part, at the same time as being internationally recognised for productions made with the world’s finest performers and creative teams. We are also proud to develop the next generation of emerging talent through our Directors Program.

The Young Vic is committed to becoming an actively anti-racist organisation, working to dismantle the behaviours and thinking upholding systemic racism.

Dates: 29th November 2021 – 29th January 2022

Rate: £488pw plus overtime during tech and previews

How to Apply:

Please send your CV and a short paragraph about your experience to Craig Tye (Head of Stage).

In the subject line please write: Stage Crew - Best of Enemies (Your Name)

Contact email: craigtye@youngvic.org

For more information about the Young Vic, please visit our website: www.youngvic.org
Technical Assistant Stage Manager
Witness for the Prosecution, London County Hall
Duties include:

• Cover the Assistant Stage Manager - preset and show plot - this may involve some onstage appearances in correct period costume

• Cover the Deputy Technician preset and show plot - specific training will be given for this role as required

• Reasonably support all other technical elements of the production

• Other duties as reasonably requested by the Company Stage Manager across the Stage Management team

• Be part of the stage management team for rehearsals for the main cast and understudy cast, rotating rehearsals with other SM as required

• Maintain props with rest of stage management team

Link: https://masterclasstrh.sharepoint.com/:b:/g/ERoywfo7tl9FhdtymkjIsccBnajCtXn9AZmnDXLsQv_ZWA?e=yXOIya
FOH Assistant
VAULT Festival
VAULT Festival is looking for TEN welcoming and responsive FOH Assistant to ensure all audiences and visiting artists have a positive and smooth customer experience whilst visiting and engaging with VAULT Festival.
Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tnZdeW2aerxAaBH5Sj7mRcqy1r419JkcHOQO_oLdXQw/preview#heading=h.z22hr3xxbs6g
Welcome Team Hosts
VAULT Festival
VAULT Festival is looking for five warm and responsive Welcome Team Hosts to be at the heart of the Sales and Communications departments, focused on providing a positive and welcoming customer experience for all of our audiences whilst actively working to increase sales.
This will be a practical, hands on role, involving face-to-face customer service combining promotion and upselling to achieve sales targets and goals. We are looking for enthusiastic, proactive people with above all a confident and friendly personality, who thrive from working in a busy environment.

We are looking for people who are able to clearly communicate and be responsive with our audiences, and one another, who can work independently but also as a team, and be confident in having engaging conversations with our audiences to best support and enhance their visit with us.

You’ll be supported by the Box Office Manager and Supervisors to process tickets at the box office, and run the information hubs. This will be a busy, and exciting role, and we will provide full training to candidates who are motivated to provide an exceptional customer experience.
Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18lbCSSoZIrh5ckeYBQFn-r4rXoq9fLK7zh7-C6fqIhs/preview
Venue Stage Managers
VAULT Festival
VAULT Festival is looking for 8 diligent, welcoming, and collaborative Venue Stage Managers to ensure the smooth running of the VAULT Festival venues throughout the duration of the festival.
Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MDmgF2dPyjTiIGZb15sTAbaTjKdXJnGt29wkVgHZj0U/preview#heading=h.z22hr3xxbs6g
Live Event Technician apprentice x4 posts
TSL Lighting
Joining TSL as an Apprentice Live Event Technician will provide you with the skills and knowledge to enjoy a career in the live event industry. You’ll start by learning about the equipment and processes in our warehouse and progress to being on site where you’ll be guided by some of the best in the industry.
Link: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-686734
Business Administration Apprentice
The Elgiva Theatre
The Elgiva is a 300 seat performing arts venue hosting a wide range of shows, films, Live screenings comedians, exhibitions, professional pantomime and community events. As their Business Administrator you will provide support to the events and administration functions and gain a broad level of experience within these areas.

Email us to find out more and for an application link.
Link: None
Projects Assistant - Kickstart Scheme
Creative Youth
The Project Assistants will provide administrative, logistical and general support for our annual Festival as well as other projects across the organisation.

The deadline was listed as 19 November but it could be extended - email below if interested and we can arrange something

Link: https://creativeyouthcharity.org/live-opportunities/opportunities-to-join-the-cy-team/
Admin and Operations Assistant
Creative Youth
The Admin and Operations Assistant will work with and is supported by the General Manager, with a key purpose of ensuring the smooth running of all areas of our activities, and creating infrastructure that supports other staff, our artists, young people and all relevant stakeholders.

The deadline lists 19 November - but can be extended - email me below and we can sort something

Link: https://creativeyouthcharity.org/live-opportunities/opportunities-to-join-the-cy-team/
Admin and Marketing Assistant (Kickstart Scheme)
Masterclass (Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust)
We are delighted to be welcoming applications for a Marketing and Admin Assistant, as part of the Kickstart Scheme, at Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust.

This is a new role that provides essential support to the Masterclass team. The role requires involvement in all aspects of Masterclass’ work, from TheatreCraft to Pitch Your Play, Masterclass Sessions to Paid Internships.

The role will be very varied, with plenty of opportunities to develop new skills and learn from the Masterclass team.

Marketing responsibilities will include:

Helping to develop engaging content for use across Masterclass’ social media channels (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook), and posting across all channels
Managing and updating social media and relevant reports
Photographing events and editing images
Updating the Masterclass website with videos, photos, blog posts and upcoming Masterclass events

Admin responsibilities will include:

Helping with general administration of the programme, including recording attendee data and collecting attendee feedback
Supporting administration of the TheatreCraft event, including managing attendee signups and exhibitor details
Managing and maintaining databases
Filing and archiving
Supporting recruitment processes with scheduling and correspondence

For more information and to apply, please click the link!

Link: https://masterclass.org.uk/news/join-our-team-marketing-and-admin-assistant-(kickstart-scheme)
Part Time Customer Experience Team (Front of House)
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Are you great with customers, but looking for something a little bit different? We’re looking for customer-focussed staff who’d like to work in our exciting, fast-paced and interesting company.

Whether it’s a special birthday, a family’s first pantomime or just a night out with friends, every visit is important. We work hard to make sure each customer leaves with those unique memories you can only get from a live show…and that they want to return again and again!

As a Customer Experience Team Member you’ll make this happen. The charismatic and welcoming face of the company, you’ll offer the highest standards of customer service and care. You’ll ensure we meet our financial targets by making customers want to return and by selling products and packages on the night, ranging from traditional programmes and ice creams to exciting new cocktails in our luxury bars.

Full of variety, this role is both fun and challenging. You’ll take responsibility for a range of tasks as part of a friendly, passionate and ambitious team, working in our unique theatre with an ever-changing programme of events.

We are looking for Customer Experience Team members available to work a minimum of 25 hours per week from the end of November until the start of January. This is a fixed term contract for approximately 5 weeks and includes double pay for working bank holidays over the Christmas period. If you are looking for fewer hours per week please visit careers.atg.co.uk for other opportunities to join the team.

Further information on the role and the skills you’ll need can be found in our full job description and in our website article: https://careers.atg.co.uk/about-us/life-at-atg/front-of-house.html Previous experience in theatre is not required and we actively encourage applications from people from the widest range of backgrounds, including those currently under-represented in this industry. You do need to be aged 18+ for this position.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employe
Link: https://careers.atg.co.uk/opportunities/job-search/job-detail.html?jobid=155164
Part Time Customer Experience Team (Front of House)
Ambassador Theatre Group (West End Theatres)
The Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) is the global leader in live theatre. We’re an internationally award-winning producer, a market leading theatre ticketing business, and we own and operate 58 venues worldwide including 10 of the West End's best-known theatres. The festive period is an extremely exciting time for the West End and we are looking to hire a fantastic team of additional staff to join our theatres for the busiest time of the year.

We are looking for Customer Experience Team members available to work a minimum of 25 hours per week from the end of November until the start of January in central London. This is a fixed term contract for approximately 6 weeks and includes double pay for working bank holidays over the Christmas period. If you are looking for fewer hours per week please visit careers.atg.co.uk for other opportunities to join the team.

The shows we present are outstanding, and it's our role to match that in our level of customer service. An amazing visit to the theatre is about the whole experience, from purchasing your ticket to your drinks in the interval to telling your friends about it afterwards! We work hard to make sure each customer leaves with those unique memories you can only get from a live show…and that they want to return again and again.

We are dedicated to delivering the best customer experience possible through innovation, making the experience of visiting an ATG theatre better than any other. From our At Seat Service, delivering drinks and snacks directly to you, to the premium service in our bars which offer only the best quality wine, spirits and confectionery, our focus in on making sure every customer has a fantastic time.

As part of our Customer Experience Team you’ll make those fantastic experiences happen. The charismatic and welcoming face of the company, you’ll offer the highest standards of customer service whether you’re welcoming audiences or working behind the bar. You’ll ensure we meet our financial targets by
Link: https://careers.atg.co.uk/opportunities/job-search/job-detail.html?jobid=154627
Customer Service Host
New Wimbledon Theatre
We’re looking for customer-focussed staff to join our Ticketing and Sales team! The New Wimbledon Theatre is looking forward to welcoming thousands of people through our doors, to enjoy the best in live entertainment. Whether it’s a special birthday, or a night out with friends, every visit is important. We work hard to make sure each customer leaves with those unique memories you can only get from a live show…and that they want to return again and again!

The Customer Service Host will offer extra support and enhanced customer service for up to 90 minutes before each show begins. You'll help customers with extra information about the production, the theatre, and the local vicinity, resolve ticket enquiries and make sales of the additional products and services that customers are looking for - from vouchers to VIP lounge packages. Once the show begins you'll join your Front of House colleagues for the remainder of your shift.

Full of variety, this role is both fun and challenging. You’ll take responsibility for a range of tasks as part of a friendly, passionate and ambitious team, working in our unique theatre with an ever-changing programme of events.

For full details on the the job role, please download a copy of our job description from our careers website careers.atg.co.uk

The Ambassador Theatre Group is an extraordinary success story in the live entertainment industry. Founded in 1992 in the UK, we’ve grown into the world’s number one live-theatre company today. We cover every discipline in the theatre industry, from operating venues to ticketing platforms and producing shows. We are passionate about great shows and our ambition is to help them find the largest possible audiences.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and strive to provide a stage for everyone. Onstage and off, we hold ourselves accountable for nurturing an inclusive culture. Find out more about us and our values at atg.co.uk and careers.atg.co.uk
Link: https://careers.atg.co.uk/opportunities/job-search/job-detail.html?jobid=154938
Regional Programming Administrator (deadline today!)
Ambassador Theatre Group
The Ambassador Theatre Group is an extraordinary success story in the live entertainment industry. Founded in 1992 in the UK, we’ve grown into the world’s number one live-theatre company today. We cover every discipline in the theatre industry, from operating venues to ticketing platforms and producing shows. We are passionate about great shows and our ambition is to help them find the largest possible audiences.

Our UK portfolio includes high-profile venues from the Theatre Royal Glasgow to the Theatre Royal Brighton, the Liverpool Empire to Milton Keynes Theatre, the Bristol Hippodrome to The Alexandra in Birmingham and many more, presenting high-quality, large-scale touring theatre, dance, music and comedy from national and local producers. In addition the Stockton Globe and Swansea Arena have recently joined the group, joining a further group of our venues led by music, comedy and events. Our Regional Programming team are responsible for selecting and contracting all the performances we present in these venues, and we have a great opportunity for someone interested in this field to join the team as Administrator. You can see all our venues and their programmes via atgtickets.com/venues

You'll provide general administrative support to the Regional Programming team and the Programming Director. You'll need excellent computing skills with particular competence in Word, Excel, Outlook & Powerpoint, and excellent communications skills with the ability to deal effectively with a wide range of people at all levels, both within ATG and externally.

Please download a copy of the job description for further details of the role and the skills required. Previous experience in programming is not required. We actively encourage applications from people from the widest range of backgrounds, including those currently under-represented in this industry, and we welcome transferable skills.


Link: https://careers.atg.co.uk/opportunities/job-search/job-detail.html?jobid=153771
Weekend Customer Experience Team (Front of House)
New Victoria Theatre, Woking
Are you great with customers, but looking for something a little bit different? We’re looking for customer-focussed staff, aged 18+, who’d like to work in our exciting, fast-paced and interesting company. We're looking for staff available to cover shifts on Friday evening, Saturday and/or Sunday.

We're looking forward to welcoming thousands of people through our doors, to enjoy the best in live entertainment when we reopen this summer. Whether it’s a special birthday, a family’s first pantomime or just a night out with friends at our luxury cinema, every visit is important. We work hard to make sure each customer leaves with those unique memories you can only get from a live show…and that they want to return again and again!

As a Customer Experience Team Member you’ll make this happen. The charismatic and welcoming face of the company, you’ll offer the highest standards of customer service and care. You’ll ensure we meet our financial targets by making customers want to return and by selling products and packages on the night, ranging from traditional programmes and ice creams to exciting new cocktails in our luxury bars.
Full of variety, this role is both fun and challenging. You’ll take responsibility for a range of tasks as part of a friendly, passionate and ambitious team, working in our unique theatre with an ever-changing programme of events.

Further information on the role and the skills you’ll need can be found in our full job description and in our website article: https://careers.atg.co.uk/about-us/life-at-atg/front-of-house.html Previous experience in theatre is not required and we actively encourage applications from people from the widest range of backgrounds, including those currently under-represented in this industry. You do need to be aged 18+ for this position.

Successful candidates for this vacancy will be invited to a recruitment morning, date TBC.

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and strive to provide a stage for everyone.
Link: https://careers.atg.co.uk/opportunities/job-search/job-detail.html?jobid=152037
Creative Associate (Speak Up)
National Theatre
We are looking for a Creative Associate to join our Learning department on the Speak Up project.

Speak Up is an ambitious new national co-creation project that has the potential to transform youth leadership and arts engagement in secondary schools across the country. Speak Up will work with teenagers across the country who have been most affected by the pandemic to creatively explore the ideas and issues that matter to them. This three-year project is a step-change in how the National Theatre collaborates nationally with artists, schools and young people and this is very much the beginning of the journey.

The Creative Associate will work closely with all project partners, the Touring Partnership Manager, Speak Up Project Manager and Coordinator; be a key member of the Speak Up Steering Group; as well as drawing on the support of the wider NT team of Associates.

The successful candidate will have the following:

Experience of co-creating creative projects with young people and/or communities

Experience of working with young people

Experience of devising and delivering training for artists

Excellent communication skills and enthusiasm for working collaboratively with a wide range of partners

Ability to use own initiative, showing a proactive approach to work

Ability to work well as part of a team

If that sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you!


The closing date for the receipt of completed application forms is: Friday 26th November 2021, midday

For further queries please email recruitment@nationaltheatre.org.uk

We want our workforce to be representative of all sections of society and welcome applications from everyone.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria for our vacancies.
Link: http://jobs.nationaltheatre.org.uk/node/1221
Kickstart Arts Admin
Young Technicians Academy
We are seeking someone interested in the arts and education to work in a busy but exciting environment as we go through a period of expansion. The role will cover office and arts admin, social media curation, event promotion and more. Please do email and we can set up a conversation to discuss it further
Link: None
Production Assistant
The Grange Festival
The Grange Festival is an international world-class opera festival staged at The Grange; an English Heritage national monument set in an arcadian landscape in the Candover valley in Hampshire. The organization promotes opera dance, concerts, education and a singing competition with the summer festival at its heart. The company is young and growing with passionate and lively staff. The office is located close to the theatre near Alresford, Hampshire.

The Production Assistant supports the Chief Operations Officer, Director of Artistic Administration,
Production Manager and Company Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to work at the heart of a world-class Festival, an ideal progression from a first post in the arts or a return to work. There is an opportunity for the right candidate to grow their responsibilities in the role as well as an opportunity to learn about the many areas of producing a major arts festival.

Please follow the link for more information on the job and how to apply.
Link: https://thegrangefestival.co.uk/job-opportunities/production-assistant/
Production Assistant
Opera Holland Park
Opera Holland Park's production team are looking for an assistant to support them with all artistic admin-related work in the run up to and during our busy summer opera season. This would be a fixed term contract of 26 weeks.

The production assistant is a temporary position, supporting the small production team to ensure the smooth set up and day-to-day running of rehearsals and performances, as well as preparation for the following year.

We expect this to be a busy and varied role with occasional conflicting priorities, and tight turnaround on some tasks. You will need to be able to juggle a range of tasks from different people and working to a deadline.
Link: https://operahollandpark.com/jobs/production-assistant/
Community Producer
National Youth Theatre
At National Youth Theatre we are looking
for a dynamic, strategic and passionate Community Producer to join our expanding core team. This is a key new role for the charity as we expand our support for young people in the wake of the pandemic, fill our redeveloped building with young voices and grow our work around the UK.

This role will spearhead our growing youth-led, targeted inclusion and community-based programmes, working across our teams to connect programmes, progression routes
and best practice. This is a creative role for a candidate with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion and the ability to build productive partnerships that deliver lasting change.

We are an equal opportunities and disability confident employer and we actively encourage disabled people and people from backgrounds currently underrepresented in our team and the arts workforce to apply. If you require any of this information in another format or have any access requirements to complete your application get in touch on jobs@nyt.org.uk / 020 7561 8661 and we’ll do all we can to help. All disabled candidates who demonstrate that they meet the minimum criteria will be invited for an interview.

Salary: £30,000-£32,000

Deadline: Wednesday 8 December

Link: https://www.nyt.org.uk/jobs
Paid Internship: Assistant Director
Theatre Royal Haymarket Masterclass Trust
We are inviting applications for a paid Assistant Director Intern to work on Private Peaceful at the Nottingham Playhouse, under Director Elle While, before it embarks on a nationwide tour.
Link: https://masterclasstrh.sharepoint.com/:b:/g/EZ-f-DwSrABGiUzfpR3l9-UBTfVeaLzaYw38WkJOuBdLFQ?e=8qKwLm
COVID Administrator
Punchdrunk
The COVID-19 Administrator will work closely with the Producers, General Manager and Covid Consultants to act as the central point of contact for all matters in relation to COVID-19 for the staff of our latest production, The Burnt City. They will be a key member of the team with regards to implementing and honing the strategy for Punchdrunk’s Covid-19 policies, and will be responsible for ensuring all systems and processes with regard to Punchdrunk’s response to Covid-19 are being adhered to.

This posting has been extended to Wednesday, 24 November at 12pm for TheatreCraft participants.
Link: https://www.punchdrunk.com/work-with-us/
General Management and HR Assistant
Punchdrunk
Punchdrunk is looking for an enthusiastic and driven General Management & HR Assistant. This role requires someone with excellent administrative and organisation skills and exceptional attention to detail. They must be able to build trusting relationships with colleagues and be able to work with highly sensitive and confidential information. They will have ownership for the smooth implementation and administrative running of the HR systems. The ideal candidate will be passionate about being a key player in creating a supportive, inclusive and positive working environment in a theatrical setting.
Link: https://www.punchdrunk.com/work-with-us/
SENIOR PRODUCER
Punchdrunk
Punchdrunk are working on a new theatrical gaming project. This project is a co-production with an overseas software development partner. We are looking for a Creative Producer to join the project. The role is responsible for facilitating the creative process between Punchdrunk and our partner, covering areas such as game design, art and audio.

Link: https://www.punchdrunk.com/work-with-us/
Creative Assistant
Punchdrunk
Punchdrunk are working on a new theatrical gaming project. The Creative Assistant provides creative and administration support to the Creative Team on the development of a new theatrical gaming project.
Duties include:
Sitting in on story and experience design work sessions and providing assistance to the Creative Team as required;
Updating creative documentation on behalf of the Creative Team and circulating as required;
Undertaking research tasks from time-to-time as required by the Creative Team;
Note-taking and administrative tasks;
From time-to-time, if required by the Creative Team, undertaking directing, devising, making, dramaturgy or writing tasks, and running rehearsals, or standing in as an R&D performer;
Participating in the review and testing of digital and software elements on the project; Attending company or project events and representing the company as needed; Maintaining positive relationships with Punchdrunk colleagues and with project partners; Complying with company policies at all times, including but not limited to Equal Opportunities, GDPR, Confidentiality and Health & Safety; and
Any other duties reasonably required.

Link: https://www.punchdrunk.com/work-with-us/
LIGHTING INSTALL TECHNICIAN INTERNSHIP
Punchdrunk
Punchdrunk is offering an internship opportunity for an aspiring Audio Technician that would work closely with the lighting team, wider production team, heads of department and lighting designers to deliver Punchdrunk’s next project. PLEASE NOTE THIS OPPORTUNITY IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH RESIDENTS.

Link: https://www.punchdrunk.com/work-with-us/
Wardrobe Work Placements
Punchdrunk
Punchdrunk is offering a number of work placement opportunities within the wardrobe department for their new project, The Burnt City. The nature of the work will be large-scale and extremely varied. The placements will be an excellent opportunity to experience a range of different jobs within the dressing and makers teams, offering practical, hands-on experience that will enhance your current training.

For TheatreCraft participants, the deadline for this opportunity has been extended to Wednesday 24 November at 12pm.
Link: https://www.punchdrunk.com/wardrobe-work-placement/
Casual StageTechnicians
Royal Opera House
Following the re-opening of the ROH, our technical teams require the support of a dedicated pool of casual technicians to provide holiday cover and additional assistance to meet operational peaks to deliver our performances, rehearsals, get-ins and get-outs with the build team, fly`s support, and props, with a Stage bias. This will include roles in the main stage and scenic build areas.

We are seeking to make contact with suitably experienced theatre technicians with a stage bias who would be interested in being included on our casual list. We particularly welcome applications from those who are currently under represented in our workforce; in particular female technicians, those who are ethnically diverse, and/or those who are disabled.

Before applying, please make sure you have read the information pack available on our website.

For queries or access requirements about making an application, please email the HR team at the Royal Opera House.
Link: https://recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=4211
Freelance Production Managers
Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House is looking for an experienced freelance Production Manager for two operas this season:

-The Blue Woman, a newly commissioned work in the Linbury Theatre directed by Katie Mitchell; and

-The revival of Lohengrin, originally directed by David Alden, taking place on the main stage.

The Blue Woman will white card on 20th Jan 2022 with rehearsals in June and the show opening on 6th July, with an additional tour to Snape Maltings in September 2022.

Lohengrin will be assembled on 16th March 2022 for on-set rehearsals, with technical rehearsals starting on 3rd of April before opening on 19th April 2022. In addition, the Production Manager will need to go as soon as possible to our warehouse in Wales to asses the condition of the set and props.

We also welcome expressions of interest from freelance Production Managers for whom these dates may not work out, as there will be more projects in the future.

Before applying, please make sure you have read the job description available on our website.

To apply, please email your CV and expression of interest to Simon.Khamara@roh.org.uk by the closing date below.
Link: https://recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=4216
Scenic Painters
Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House produces the best opera and ballet in the world. This is your chance to join our talented team of Scenic Artists, based at our Production workshop in Purfleet. The Scenic Artists work under the direction of the Head Scenic Artist, transforming the briefs of internationally renowned designers and directors from the page onto one of the most famous stages in the world. Sometimes that will mean working on new productions from scratch. At other times the work involves repairing or modifying existing scenery, or even preparing cloths for external companies.

We are seeking to appoint to two roles.

The Royal Opera House is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment in which everyone can thrive. We welcome applications from those who are currently under represented in our workforce; in particular those who are ethnically diverse and/or disabled. As a Disability Confident Employer, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential minimum criteria for our vacancies.

A full job description is available on our website. To apply, please also visit our website. For queries or access requirements to make your application, please contact the HR Department at hr.recruitment@roh.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 8am Wednesday 1st December 2021.
Link: https://recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=4210
Box Office Deputy Manager
Pleasance Theatre Trust
The Pleasance Theatre Trust seeks to recruit a motivated Box Office Deputy Manager, who is driven to deliver excellent customer service and has a keen interest in bringing the best comedy, theatre and kid’s shows to the masses.

The Deputy Manager plays a key role in maintaining the theatre’s vitally important ticketing facility. Reporting to and deputising for the Box Office Manager, the Deputy is responsible for ensuring that the theatre’s physical and digital ticketing operations run smoothly at all times. 

They also undertake a variety of important administrative tasks such as managing correspondence with performing companies, managing databases, data analysis and general housekeeping.

They are based out of Pleasance London for the majority of the year, where we present a broad range of work from established and emerging acts in 3 performance spaces. In our 2017-18 season, we hosted 621 performances of 219 individual productions - with over 36,000 tickets issued. 

During July and August, the Box Office operation relocates to Edinburgh, where the Pleasance’s Fringe operation expands to 3 sites with over 30 performance spaces and 550,000 ticket holders. With Edinburgh productions going on sale from January each year, Festival preparation is an integrated part of the Box Office’s year-round operation. 

The Deputy Manager also acts as accessibility champion for the organisation, ensuring the Pleasance offers facilities, services and information that provide those with additional access requirements with a seamless and enjoyable experience of the theatre.

The ideal candidate will be highly personable with meticulous attention to detail and experience of managing both payment systems and databases. They will have a passion for the performing arts and find motivation in helping others to share in that passion.
Link: https://www.pleasance.co.uk/content/box-office-deputy-manager
Marketing Officer
Pleasance Theatre Trust
The Marketing Officer plays a key role in both maintaining and advancing the day to day operation of the busy Marketing department.
 
They lead in the delivery of the theatre’s strategic marketing campaign alongside the Marketing Manager and Graphic Designer, whilst also working directly with incoming performing companies. Whilst their remit features a wide range of responsibilities, including traditional and grassroots marketing, it includes a strong focus on digital and social media marketing – with experience in this area being essential. The theatre’s marketing campaign incorporates 3 core elements: venue, organisation and productions.
 
The Marketing Officer is responsible for maintaining all public-facing elements of the theatre’s output and its diverse programme. From the point of programming, they ensure that all performing companies are aware of the marketing assets required for use in the Pleasance’s promotional campaign and of ways that they may be able to maximise their own marketing potential, either by utilising resources of their own or by taking advantage of those offered by the Pleasance. 
 
By optimising the organisation’s existing marketing platforms and identifying new avenues, the Marketing Officer helps the Pleasance grow and target new audiences. As part of the Pleasance’s campaign at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Marketing Officer line manages a small team of Marketing Volunteers to enhance the organisation’s digital and physical promotional output during this peak season. They also manage the work of the Street Team in London, ensuring that word of mouth is generated through hand-to-hand promotion, which remains an essential marketing component for the organisation. 
 
The ideal candidate will be at once systematic with an ability to work in a streamlined way and highly personable, engaging with companies, audiences and the team with the friendly, can-do attitude the Pleasance is known for. 
Link: https://www.pleasance.co.uk/content/marketing-officer
Marketing Trainee
Opera Holland Park
Opera Holland Park's marketing team are looking for a trainee to assist them with all aspects of marketing in the lead up to the 2022 Season. This is a Fixed Term Contract.

Opera Holland Park’s small, busy marketing team is a great place to build a range of experience in arts marketing, especially in the lead up to the summer season.

As the marketing trainee you’re likely to be assisting with a variety of tasks from creating newsletters and audience surveys to working with designers on posters and flyers or interviewing audience members for post-performance reaction videos.

This role is a step up in responsibility from an internship, and we hope that by working with us from January through to September, the marketing trainee will be able to take ownership of some key aspects of our communications.

The perfect candidates will be people at the start of a career in marketing, who want to build their practical skills and experience.
Link: https://operahollandpark.com/jobs/marketing-trainee/
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