Jekyll and Hyde - (Paid) Work Placements

Ever wondered if theatre might be for you but not sure what role you'd undertake?

Want to have a go at it but don't know where to start?

Derby Theatre are offering TWO PAID WORK PLACEMENTS for people who are interested in working in theatre and knowing what happens behind the scenes. 

You will spend a total of 10 days with us and be paid £1000 plus a contribution to your travel and accommodation if needed. 

You will spend a day or two with each department understanding what they do and how it helps the show be brought to stage. These departments will be:

- in the rehearsal room

- the technical team

- the stage management team

- the producing team

- the marketing team

- the front of house team

Sometimes you will shadow, sometimes you will be given tasks to undertake. 

Dates: 10 days tbc but completed before Tuesday 4 October 2022

Pay: £1000 plus contribution to travel/accommodation

Closing date for applications: Friday 15 July 2022

HOW TO APPLY

- If you are interested in applying please write one side of A4 or submit a video to or audio file to s.sandhu@derby.ac.uk. Please attach the files in an mp4 format, ensuring that they are no higher than 10MB or send via a ‘we transfer’ link https://wetransfer.com/

The video or application should explain who you are, what interests you about this opportunity and what you are interested in learning. 

- Please also download our Equality and Diversity Monitoring form from this page and send with your application. Make sure you save your application is marked with the file name including your name and the job title, e.g. Your Name – Job Title – Application form

- Please contact us at s.sandhu@derby.ac.uk if you have any questions or need support with this

- Email your completed application form, or files and equal opportunities monitoring form to s.sandhu@derby.ac.uk.

We are especially interested in speaking to people whose start in the industry has been negatively impacted by the pandemic, and those from backgrounds currently underrepresented in the wider theatre industry.

We aim to actively champion and celebrate diversity in all its forms. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all of those we work with and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.

We positively encourage disabled people, people of African or Caribbean heritage, South Asian heritage, East Asian heritage, West Asian heritage, Central Asian heritage, South East Asian heritage and people of Middle East and North African heritage and those who have experienced racism. By the term ‘those who have experienced racism’, we are referring to individuals who have experienced discrimination based on the colour of their skin, race and/or their culture.

We guarantee to interview any candidate with a disability who meets the essential criteria for the role.

Download Equal Ops Form