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Contract Type:Fixed Term Contract
Salary or training bursary: £26,000 (pro rata)
6 Months
Company:Third Angel
Open to all
Apply by:02/12/2020 - 10:00

Community Producer

Are you an experienced arts practitioner who is passionate about the power of creativity to transform lives? This could be the role for you...

Third Angel has been making original and inventive performance, installation and film work for theatres, galleries, cinemas, office blocks, car parks, cellars, the internet (and a Victorian public toilet), in the UK and worldwide, since 1995. The company has been widely acclaimed for intimate and moving performances and beautiful design.

Third Angel is seeking a Community Producer to join their team. The Community Producer will find new ways for Third Angel to support people to express their own creativity, find their voice and tell their stories. 


  • Identify and build sustainable relationships with potential partner organisations in Sheffield who work directly with specific beneficiaries or communities and develop new collaborative projects suitable for fundraising
  • Work in partnership with Artfelt (part of the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity, providing arts activities and workshops) to design and deliver a programme of activities for young people using the Becton Centre between January and April 2021
  • Design and deliver an online programme of activity for young people aged 14-19 in Sheffield in consultation with previous Future Makers participants
  • Create opportunities for young people to complete Arts Award with Third Angel, either through incorporating this into other programmes or developing a stand-alone offer
  • Develop evaluation tools and methods that show clearly how Third Angel’s participation activities provide benefits to the people that engage with them
  • Develop project proposals for longer term programmes and support the General Manager to develop applications for funding

Skills, knowledge, experience

  • Experience of designing and delivering performance-based arts activities that make a difference to people’s lives
  • Track record of creating artistically bold and exciting projects
  • Experience of working with young people and others who have little to no experience of performing arts practice
  • Commitment to inclusive practice and good understanding of how to incorporate this into the design of activities
  • Strong pastoral skills and good understanding of safeguarding best practice
  • Strong networking and negotiating skills with the ability to identify and develop new partnerships
  • Ability to successfully manage a range of short term and long term projects at the same time
  • Understanding or personal experience of the challenges facing under-represented communities in the UK

We welcome and encourage applications from candidates who are under-represented in the creative industries.

Please note that the company reserves the right to withdraw this listing prior to the official closing date, therefore we recommend getting your applications in early.

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