The role of Producer at the theatre sits absolutely at the heart of the theatre’s busy and ambitious onstage programme.
This post is the logistical hub of all the theatre’s artistic activity, leading on scheduling, working with artists, companies and agents, coordinating events, and communicating across departments.
We are looking for a canny, energetic and creative project manager, with a genuine sympathy for the theatre’s mission and an ambition for the future of theatre for young audiences.
You will be a collaborative, persuasive, planner without parallel, full of initiative, and truly committed to our international, diverse, perspective-changing programme.
For more information and details of how to apply, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary: £28,000-33,000 depending on experience
Closing date for applications: 10 am, Monday 27 February 2017
First interviews will be on Saturday 4th and Monday 6th March 2017
The Theatre is committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applicants from the broadest range of backgrounds, with different skills and experiences to bring into our organisation.
All candidates who identify as disabled and demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria will be invited for an interview, in line with the Equalities Act 2010.
* A sympathy for the Unicorn’s artistic vision.
* Significant experience working on theatre projects and productions, with a history of managing budgets and deadlines.
* Excellent organisational and planning skills, with the demonstrable ability to work flexibly under pressure, to prioritise and meet deadlines.
* A collaborative and collegiate approach to work combined with initiative, a problem-solving and creative attitude, the art of persuasion and a positive approach to new challenges.
* The discretion, sensitivity and tenacity to work with a wide range of people and to manage the pastoral care of incoming artists.
* A clear and proven commitment to diversity in all its forms, and the energy to keep it at the forefront of all producing conversations.
* Familiarity with the current theatrical landscape.
* A willingness to work flexible hours and travel occasionally.
* Knowledge of industry practice, statutory and union requirements, benchmarking and rules.
* Knowledge/experience of national and international touring.
* Experience of partnership working such as co-producing, and good networks within the theatre industry.
* Experience of managing staff.