Don’t miss the curtain call on this brilliant managerial opportunity to manage a partnership that brings together some of London’s leading theatres.
London Theatre Consortium (LTC) is a partnership of not-for-profit producing theatres, working together to develop and deliver strategic and creative initiatives. The consortium is currently made up of 14 theatres including the Almeida, The Bush, Donmar Warehouse, The Kiln Theatre, Soho Theatre and Young Vic.
They have a great new opportunity for an experienced manager to coordinate and manage the activities of the consortium. This is a part-time, self-employed role for one year on a fixed fee basis.
The role will support LTC Strategic Leads who lead on priority projects (e.g. LTC’s Apprenticeships and Accelerator programmmes); and will work closely with LTC’s Chair, Vice-Chair and all Executive members of the consortium. The successful candidate will be a confident, creative and flexible administrator capable of working independently and reporting to diverse stake-holders.
- Scheduling, setting the agenda, leading, and preparing reports for the LTC quarterly meetings and the Directors’ meetings
- Working with the Chair and Directors to manage the LTC budget and provide clear financial reports
- Working with and managing LTC’s freelance book-keeper, and accountant, including supporting the preparation of year-end financial information
- Supporting the Strategic Leads on all strategic projects and collaborations, e.g. the apprenticeship programme, Accelerator etc.
- Encouraging distributed leadership and project management among the LTC theatre staff teams as appropriate
- Holding key relationships with partners e.g. Julie’s Bicycle, ACE (working with the relevant Executive leads within LTC)
- Scoping and supporting fundraising for new LTC projects
- Updating the LTC website and, working with the theatres, publicising LTC activity
- Maintaining robust administrative records with HMRC, Companies House and other stake-holders
- Steering LTC Executive members to attend key events and being an advocate for LTC at conferences, events and networks when requested by the members of LTC
- Disseminating and sharing learning with other organisations and networks as instructed by LTC
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE
- Relevant experience in an arts environment
- A proven track record of strong management of systems and projects
- A proven commitment to diversifying workforces and making sectoral change
- The ability to prioritise and self-manage
- A good understanding of the London theatre ecology
- An interest in delivering the goals of LTC
- Comfortable with dealing with leaders in a time-poor environment
- Confident in dealing with financial matters
- Good knowledge of social media
- A strong advocate
- Sophisticated time management and organisational skills
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