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Industry:Theatre
Contract Type:Permanent Contract
Salary or training bursary: £23,080 - £25,991 per annum
Company:Theatr Clwyd
Location:Wales
Eligibility:
Open to all
Apply by:29/01/2021 - 23:59

Programmer

Do you have experience in theatre programming and producing? Are you knowledgeable about the UK arts scene? Don’t miss this new and exciting opportunity to join the foremost arts centre and producing theatre in Wales…

Theatre Clwyd is a cultural hub, producing world-class theatre in the hills of North Wales. Since 1976 it has been a theatrical powerhouse and much-loved arts home for the community and beyond. They are one of the very few theatres in the UK to build sets, make costumes, paint scenery and create props inhouse. They consistently push the theatrical boundaries to create stunning shows, and since 2018 this has been recognised by the theatre industry awards from UK Theatre to The Stage and the Olivier’s.

Theatr Clwyd is excited to announce they are now looking for a permanent full-time Programmer to join their innovative Producing and Programming team.The Producing and Programming Team at Theatr Clwyd, alongside the Artistic Director, is responsible for creating and realising the full programme of produced and visiting work. It provides a practical framework within which the artistic vision can be delivered to deadline and to budget, as well as enabling actors, creative teams and other artists to create innovative and inspiring work. 

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the Artistic Director, Executive Director, members of the Senior Leadership Team and the Producer to co-ordinate Theatr Clwyd’s programme of presented work and hires both in their theatre spaces at Theatr Clwyd and other locations as required.

Skills, Knowledge and Experience

Essential

  • Relevant Experience of programming or producing
  • Some knowledge and experience of programming arts events
  • Knowledge of the UK arts scene
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • An ability to work with people from a wide range of backgrounds together with a commitment to diversity, accessibility and a genuine enthusiasm for working closely with their local communities
  • Excellent administrative skills, with an organised methodical approach
  • Good IT skills with the ability to use Excel
  • Calm under pressure
  • Robust negotiation skills

Desirable

  • Knowledge of the international art scene
  • Budget management
  • Written and spoken Welsh
  • Some experience in a subsidised arts organisation

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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