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Head of Producing and Programming (FIXED TERM - 6 months)

Date Added
10 June 2019
NST - Nuffield Southampton Theatres
£30.000 - £40,000 depending on experience
Job Specification
“The Audience is another jewel in Nuffield Southampton Theatres' glittering crown.” – this is a recent review from Broadwayworld on our latest production. 
You could be part of our growing story of success. 
Nuffield Southampton Theatres (NST) is one of the UK’s leading professional theatre companies creating fresh, vital experiences through theatre. NST has developed a profile and reputation for innovation and quality delivering work on a national and international scale, whilst acting as a major cultural force for good in the city of Southampton. 
This role for an experienced producer and programmer offers you a wonderful opportunity to programme a high quality, relevant and income generating multi-artform presented programme and to manage the producing of NST Productions, co-productions and community work to the highest artistic standards while ensuring delivery within the parameters and budgets set. 
You should have experience of working in a producing theatre, of programming mid-scale theatre and other art forms, management experience, budgeting and financial skills and experience of negotiating contracts. In addition, you will have excellent administrative, Word and Excel skills, will be able to work to tight deadlines, have a passion for theatre, a real team player, good at motivating and engaging others and be calm under pressure.   
In return, we offer a salary c£30,000 to 40,000 depending on experience and skills, a 35 hour working week, 25 days holidays pa plus Bank Holidays, Pension, theatre tickets, training and development opportunities. And of course, the opportunity to be part of our dedicated, enthusiastic and committed team. 
Application Details
Please follow the link to read the detailed job description and person specification before applying. or email 
To apply you will need to complete the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form and return them to: no later than 10am on Monday 24th June. 
Closing Date
24 June 2019
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