We are looking for a highly motivated individual who is excited by the vision of the theatre to join our busy Producing, Programming and Touring team in the role of Production Co-ordinator. We particularly welcome and encourage applicants from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse backgrounds and D/deaf & disabled communities for this role. At Curve, we are committed to our workforce better representing our community. The Production Co-ordinator is responsible for supporting the Producer (Made at Curve), Director of Producing and Programming, and Artistic Director in the planning and management of Curve’s produced and visiting artistic programme, providing high quality administrative and in-person support, and co-ordinating the organisation’s room bookings on its scheduling software. This role requires a highly organised individual capable of working across different tasks as well as a flexible approach to successfully juggling a broad range of priorities. The role will work full time in person at the theatre in Leicester. Due to the nature of the role the successful applicant will need to be flexible, adaptable, able to prioritise effectively and thrive in what can be a high pressure and high-speed environment. Occasional evening and weekend working will be required. If you are curious about whether this role might be for you and would like to know more, please contact Laura Blackley (Producer – Made at Curve) via email at email@example.com to arrange an informal chat. If you feel you have the skills suitable for this role, please click ‘Apply Now’ to submit a covering letter setting out why you are suitable and why you want to work at Curve (no more than one page) along with your CV. Closing date for applications: Sunday 24th September 2023 First stage interviews: Week commencing 2nd October 2023 We are an inclusive organisation, from our trustees and team members to our audience and participants. We treat all job applicants equally, regardless of class, age, disability, gender identity or gender expression, race, ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation or any other equality characteristic. We particularly encourage applications from individuals who are underrepresented in the cultural sector.
The successful applicant will have experience of working in an administration and/or a busy office environment, and will have an active interest in theatre, even if they have not previously worked in theatre. You should be able to work brilliantly as part of a team and independently and your skillset will include exceptional written and verbal communication skills, excellent attention to detail and a high level of computer literacy. You will be a quick-thinker, juggling numerous projects and deadlines and using your initiative to solve complex problems.
Permanent, Full Time
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