Derby Theatre is looking for a new Technical Manager - a core member of the Production & Technical team and the wider Derby Theatre organisation.
Contract: Full Time
Salary: £30,000 (depending on experience)
Hours: 39 per week (to include occasional evening and weekend work)
Closing Date: Monday 10 January 2022, 5pm
Interview Date: Thursday 27 January 2022
About The Role
As well as working directly with artistic, technical and production teams, this post is a centre for cross-departmental communication across the organisation, bridging artistic, learning, FOH and programming, whilst also providing a key supporting role to the production department.
This enables Derby Theatre to effectively plan production activity throughout the year. The Technical Manager leads on all received productions and hires, both internal and external.
The Production Department is led by the Head of Production, to whom this post reports, and also includes a Head of Lighting & Sound, Head of Stage, Company Stage Manager, Head of Wardrobe, Wardrobe Assistant and 3 multi skilled technicians split across lighting, sound and stage.
How To Apply
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