Park Theatre are looking for an experienced Access Coordinator with a passion for performing arts to join our team.
This is an exciting time to be joining Park Theatre, as we enter the second year of a three year grant from the City Bridge Trust to develop and expand our Access programme to its full potential. Strong networks within the access provision sector , including captioners, BSL interpreters, audio describers and other venues with access provisions are essential. The ideal candidate will also have excellent organisational skills and a proven ability to multi task, as well as good verbal and written skills and proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word.
How To Apply
Applications should be made by submitting a letter explaining in no more than two sides of A4 what attracts you to the position and evidence of your ability to fulfil the role and meet the person specification. Please also submit a C.V. and a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
Applications should be addressed to Rachael Williams, Executive Director and sent via e-mail to [email protected] by 10am on Tuesday 16 October 2018. Interviews will take place w/c 29 October 2018.
Park Theatre operates a Positive Action policy to aid in our endeavor to diversify our workforce. Any disabled candidates or candidates from a BAME background who meet the essential criteria listed above will be guaranteed a first round interview. If you feel that this applies to you, please include the following sentence at the end of your application letter: I would like my application to be considered under Park Theatre’s Positive Action Policy.
Box Office Supervisor (Casual)
We are looking for 1 - 2 new Box Office Supervisors with excellent customer service skills, keen attention to detail and relevant box office / Spektrix experience to join our Sales & Marketing team on a casual basis. The Box Office Supervisor is an important part of the Sales & Marketing team which includes the Sales & Marketing Director, Sales & Marketing Manager and Marketing Intern.
The Box Office Supervisor will assist the Sales and Marketing Manager in the day-to-day operation of the theatre box office. This includes being the first point of contact for customers purchasing and collecting tickets, answering enquiries by phone and email, maintaining box office systems, policies and procedures. The Box Office Supervisor should at all times be warm and welcoming and have excellent customer service skills.
You will work hard as part of the theatre’s passionate Sales & Marketing Team to achieve the vision of Park Theatre as a powerhouse of drama with a national reputation rooted in our local community. With a welcoming and nurturing environment we want Park Theatre to be accessible to everyone, within our diverse community and beyond – and through affordable ticket pricing and outreach programmes we aim to engage those with little or no experience of theatre. We aim to be a beacon for all and an ambassador for theatre worldwide.
How To Apply
Applications should be made by submitting a covering letter explaining in no more than one side of A4 what attracts you to the position and evidence of your ability to fulfil the role and meet the person specification. Please also submit a C.V. of no more than two pages and a completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to [email protected]
Park Theatre operates a Positive Action policy to aid in our endeavour to diversity our workforce. Any disabled candidates or candidates from a BAME background who meet the essential criteria listed in the person specification will be guaranteed a first round interview. If you feel that this applies to you, please include the following sentence at the end of your application letter: I would like my application to be considered under Park Theatre’s Positive Action policy.
Script Accelerator Mentees
Script Accelerator is a yearly programme designed to support emerging practitioners. Each year producers, or theatre companies, are invited to pitch a particular play they would like to develop - and six are selected into the programme.
Mentees will be selected to support the teams with the rehearsal, development and delivery of their work. Mentees will be given the opportunity to assist and take part in the professional development process of a new piece of writing within a professional London theatre.
You do not need any skills or experience to take part other than a keen interest in making and delivering theatre in a professional environment to a high standard.
After all applications are reviewed a shortlist will be announced. We will then hold interview sessions before announcing successful applicants. We are looking for applicants from all backgrounds who will benefit from the experience and responsibilities offered through the programme.
Each mentee will be granted up to £250 towards expenses.
How to Apply
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Park Theatre is committed to creating a working environment that reflects the broad diversity of our local community. We aim to foster a productive and supportive workplace that provides equal opportunities for all employees both on our stages and behind the scenes.
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If you are interested then please send your CV and covering letter to: [email protected]