Young Artists and Participation Producer

Closing Date:
Monday 2nd December - 10am
Date of Interview:
Friday 13th December - 9am
Hours:
39 hours per week
Salary:
£26,000 to £28,000, depending on experience

Derby Theatre is currently entering an exciting phase in its development and will be expanding its staff team over the coming months.

We are currently seeking a motivated and creative practitioner and director who has experience of empowering young people, managing a team of creative practitioners and artists, and encouraging a diverse range of participants to engage in a wide range of projects.   

As a Learning Theatre, this role is crucial to fulfilling our mission. 

The successful candidate will work closely with the Artistic and Learning teams to ensure the work we make with young artists and participants is of the highest quality and links in to our overall artistic vision. Knowledge of current issues and agendas in participatory arts are essential, along with knowledge of the national curriculum and safeguarding.  

Programmes you will lead on will include Youth Theatre, Young Technicians, DT Ambassadors and a new company for 17 – 25 years olds, ensuring that it chimes with both our artist development programme (In Good Company) and the artistic vision of the theatre. 

The term “young artists” includes our undergraduate and postgraduate students, although we recognise that they might be mature students. Your work may also include some work with schools and early years settings.  

We positively encourage people with disabilities or from minority ethnic backgrounds to apply to join our teams as they are under-represented within Derby Theatre’s workforce. We guarantee to interview any candidate with a disability or from an ethnic minority background who meets the essential criteria for the role.   Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below.

To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk

How to Apply

Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below.

To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk

Please note CVs will not be considered.

Download the Job Description and Person Specification

Download the Application Form and Diversity Monitoring Form

Read more information about applying for a job at Derby Theatre, including advice on completing the application form

If you run out of space in the application form, and have difficulty adding more Employment History boxes, please use the Additional Employment History Sheet

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Administration Officer

Closing Date:
Monday 2nd December - 10am
Date of Interview:
Thursday 12th December - 10am
Hours:
39 hours per week
Salary:
Up to £19,000 depending on experience

Derby Theatre is currently entering an exciting phase in its development and will be expanding its staff team over the coming months. We are currently recruiting an Administration Officer to ensure effective office management and provide general administration support across the organisation.  

The postholder will maintain the Theatre’s general administrative systems, play a lead role in administering its HR function and provide administrative support for the Board of Directors and Senior Management Team.  The role will involve liaising across all departments within the Theatre and with the University of Derby.

The ideal candidate will have excellent organisation and administration skills, and be able to communicate effectively with a wide range of colleagues and contacts. In a varied role, a positive can-do approach will be essential, along with the ability to juggle multiple priorities.

We positively encourage people with disabilities or from minority ethnic backgrounds to apply to join our teams as they are under-represented within Derby Theatre’s workforce. We guarantee to interview any candidate with a disability or from an ethnic minority background who meets the essential criteria for the role.

Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below. To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk. Please note CVs will not be considered.

How to Apply

Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below.

To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk

Please note CVs will not be considered.

Download the Job Description and Person Specification

Download the Application Form and Diversity Monitoring Form

Read more information about applying for a job at Derby Theatre, including advice on completing the application form

If you run out of space in the application form, and have difficulty adding more Employment History boxes, please use the Additional Employment History Sheet

New to Derby? Find out more about the city's cultural offer

 

Head of Stage

Closing Date:
Monday 6th January - 10am
Date of Interview:
Tuesday 14th January - 9am
Hours:
39 hours per week
Salary:
Up to £24,000 depending on experience

Derby Theatre is currently entering an exciting phase in its development and will be expanding its staff team over the coming months. We are currently looking for a Head of Stage to be responsible for delivering all technical staging aspects of all productions and projects at Derby Theatre to the highest possible standards. The role includes managing the Stage department, overseeing its staff and ensuring associated equipment is used safely and efficiently.

The successful applicant will have sound practical skills combined with the ability to lead. Essential to this role is a commitment to Derby Theatre’s Learning Theatre model and therefore a willingness to engage with learners (including students and the general public) is vital.

The Production Department is led by the Head of Production and also includes a Technical Manager, to whom this post reports, a Head of Lighting and Sound, whom this post works in conjunction with, and three multi-skilled technicians split across lighting, sound and stage.

We positively encourage people with disabilities or from minority ethnic backgrounds to apply to join our teams as they are under-represented within Derby Theatre’s workforce. We guarantee to interview any candidate with a disability or from an ethnic minority background who meets the essential criteria for the role.

Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below. To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk

How to Apply

Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below.

To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk

Please note CVs will not be considered.

Download the Job Description and Person Specification

Download the Application Form and Diversity Monitoring Form

Read more information about applying for a job at Derby Theatre, including advice on completing the application form

If you run out of space in the application form, and have difficulty adding more Employment History boxes, please use the Additional Employment History Sheet

New to Derby? Find out more about the city's cultural offer

 

 

 

Sound Technician

Closing Date:
Monday 6th January - 10am
Date of Interview:
Monday 13th January - 9am
Hours:
39 hours per week
Salary:
Up to £19,500 depending on experience

 Derby Theatre is currently entering an exciting phase in its development and will be expanding its staff team over the coming months. We are now looking for an adaptable and experienced Sound Technician who will assist the team in achieving the highest standards in the delivery of technical requirements for Derby Theatre Productions and related projects.

Working flexibly with a range of creative teams and visiting companies, the successful candidate will have experience of sound equipment including Yamaha consoles, Qlab, and mixing multiple mics/bands. Must be willing to engage with our Learning Theatre model and support others to develop.

We positively encourage people with disabilities or from minority ethnic backgrounds to apply to join our teams as they are under-represented within Derby Theatre’s workforce. We guarantee to interview any candidate with a disability or from an ethnic minority background who meets the essential criteria for the role.

Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below. To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk

How to Apply

Full details about this role can be found in the job description and person specification below.

To apply please download and complete the application and diversity monitoring forms and return them to jobs@derbytheatre.co.uk

Please note CVs will not be considered.

Download the Job Description and Person Specification

Download the Application Form and Diversity Monitoring Form

Read more information about applying for a job at Derby Theatre, including advice on completing the application form

If you run out of space in the application form, and have difficulty adding more Employment History boxes, please use the Additional Employment History Sheet

New to Derby? Find out more about the city's cultural offer