Maintenance Technician

Closing Date:
Tuesday 17th July - 10am
Date of Interview:
Monday 30th July - 9am
Hours:
39 hours per week
Salary:
£18,000 - £19,000 per annum

£18,000 - £19,000 per annum (depending on experience)

Hours: 39 hours per week, to include evenings, weekends and bank holiday as per rota

Closing Date: Friday 17th August 2018, 10:00am

Interview Date: Thursday 30th August 2018

Derby Theatre is looking for a full-time Maintenance Technician to undertake repairs and deliver building services, ensuring the Theatre building meets the needs of all its users as efficiently, safely, and cost-effectively as possible. The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar role. A customer focus, ability to use IT systems, and knowledge of health and safety regulations would be advantageous.

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In Good Company Creative Producer

Closing Date:
Sunday 2nd September - 11pm
Date of Interview:
Thursday 13th September - 9am
Hours:
39 hours per week
Salary:
Up to £25,000

 

In Good Company Creative Producer

Up to £25,000 per annum

39 hours a week

Duration: Fixed term until 2021

Closing Date: Sunday 2nd September, 11:45pm

Interview Date: Thursday 13th September.

In Good Company seeks a dynamic and knowledgeable Creative Producer to develop and build on our artist development programme as it grows in scale and ambition. IGC is led by Derby Theatre and involves a consortium of ten partner venues. 

In Good Company is the flagship professional creative and business development programme for theatre makers and companies in the East Midlands, providing mentorship, business support, resources and high-profile performance opportunities. In Good Company has transformed how artists and venues communicate and co-create exciting new performance platforms, commissions and touring networks. The programme has been running for four years, and has just had a further three years of funding confirmed by Arts Council England, in addition to ERDF funding through the D2N2 Big House project.

You will need an understanding of how to support theatre makers, have strong industry connections and good programming skills.  We are looking for someone who is an excellent team player and also able to take a creative lead.  You will work closely with Derby Theatre’s Artistic Director and Chief Executive, the wider leadership team, and our growing range of partners – now totalling ten venues.

Duties include liaising with artists and partners, 1 to 1 artist mentorship and advice, scheduling a range of masterclasses and regular events, programming the Departure Lounge festival, developing touring networks and leading various creative opportunities.

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This post is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

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