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The Queen’s Theatre employs people as actors, of course, and directors, but also as administrators, bookkeepers, in customer service, marketing, sales and maintenance – and on the creative side as designers and in carpentry, costume and scenic art.

Have a look at Our Team for more detail about this.

If you’re thinking about a career in theatre and need further advice including details of jobs and apprenticeships, why not check out our friends at ccskills.org.uk

When we have vacancies we’ll always advertise on our website, so keep looking.

For work experience opportunities at the Queens Theatre, do look at Schools, Colleges and Work Experience.

Jobs

Freelance Facilitators – Open Call

Closing Date: 19/04/2021

Our Learning & Participation team are looking to expand their pool of freelance facilitators and meet with practitioners we haven’t yet connected with. Would you be interested in working with us...

Our Learning & Participation team are looking to expand their pool of freelance facilitators and meet with practitioners we haven’t yet connected with. Would you be interested in working with us to deliver new community focused projects over the coming months?

These targeted programmes of work aim to develop new activity for underrepresented and underserved communities in Havering and as such we are looking for local facilitators who:

·     …are based in Havering, or are Outer East London/Essex based with strong links to Havering.

·     …have lived experience as part of an underrepresented or underserved community.

·     …demonstrate a passion for change and building new community partnerships.

·     …promote inclusive practice centred around participant experience.

We would love to meet with you, whether you are an experienced arts facilitator, early career/new graduate or someone moving into participatory practice from another performing arts field.

We hope you will have a passion for working with: children and young people, people living with dementia and/or digital participatory projects (especially with older and isolated people).

This is an open call and applicants who meet the key criteria will be offered a 25 minute interview with our Head of Learning & Participation (in-person or via Zoom) following a standardised set of questions which will enable us to discuss your suitability for upcoming projects, including:

·     Weekly sessions with children and young people (various projects covering ages 6-18)

·     New series of remote participation projects (e.g. digital or telephone based) focusing on older and isolated people

·     New trial project delivering workshops with people living with dementia

Fees are dependent on the shape and nature of each project which we wish to develop with the facilitator, but as a guide our fees are currently built around £25-30 per hour of delivery or £120-150 per day.

To apply: please send us a brief expression of interest (up to 500 words or 5 minutes) introducing yourself and how you meet the key criteria along with a current CV and completed Equal Opportunities Form.

If you prefer to submit your expression of interest in a digital form (voice note or video) please provide this as a link to view online (i.e a private view/unlisted video on YouTube, Vimeo or SoundCloud).

James Watson, Head of Learning and Participation, jamesw@queens-theatre.co.uk

Equal Opportunities Form

Queen's Theatre Advocacy Document 2017

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Associate Producer (fixed term)

Closing Date: 13/04/2021

Queen's Theatre Hornchurch, a ‎vibrant producing theatre, focused on Outer East London and South Essex, is seeking an experienced Associate Producer (fixed term).

The Associate Producer will work...

Queen's Theatre Hornchurch, a ‎vibrant producing theatre, focused on Outer East London and South Essex, is seeking an experienced Associate Producer (fixed term).
The Associate Producer will work with QTH full time for 12 weeks, from Monday 26 April - Friday 16 July 2021, to:
‎* support creative practitioners emerging from COVID-19 to access funding for their work
* provide a range of advice and ensure creative practitioners maximise use of the support QTH can offer them
* offer micro commissions to artists to test ideas responding to the period of cultural recovery
* deliver the initial talent development objectives within QTH's 2021 - 2022 business plan
* help develop the talent development ambitions for QTH's 2022 - 2023 business plan
* support the development of creative practitioners involved in QTH's new collaborative project, a Creative‎ Estuary Co-commission, in June/July 2021
* research and pursue funding opportunities for potentially enabling a similar longer term role at QTH into the future
* ‎undertake some of QTH's day to day programming and producing function
The Associate Producer will report to QTH's Executive Director, and work closely with the Artistic Director, other staff and freelancers.
A pro rata salary of up to £35,000 will be available to the right candidate. Much of the work can be undertaken from home, but some in person presence at QTH to support relevant activities is likely to be required too.
Interested applicants should be experienced in supporting creative practitioners,‎ have a proven track record in cultural fundraising, be a good producer, pro active, a strategic thinker and share QTH's commitment to diversity.
If you are interested, please complete an application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, and return to ashleyd@queens-theatre.co.uk by 10am on Tuesday 13 April. A small number of interviews will be held on Zoom on Wednesday 14 April and an appointment made and confirmed by Friday 16 April at the latest. If you require any assistance with access at any point throughout the process, please contact ashleyd@queens-theatre.co.uk
This fixed term opportunity and the micro commissions are funded through the support of the DCMS Cultural Recovery Fund #HereForCulture

Application Form - Associate Producer - Word Doc

Queen's Theatre Advocacy Document 2017

 

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