Community & Festival Producer – maternity leave

Recruiter
Birmingham Hippodrome
Location
Birmingham
Posted
15 Sep 2018
Closes
18 Sep 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A great theatre needs great people. We can only thrive by having the right team on board in a fast-paced, constantly changing, creative workplace. About Us Presenting the best in musical theatre, ballet and opera, dance, drama, comedy and pantomime, we work successfully with some of the world’s biggest international producers. With our resident partners Birmingham Royal Ballet and DanceXchange; with collaborators such as Welsh National Opera and Sadler’s Wells; and with names like Cameron Mackintosh, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Qdos Pantomimes, and the National Theatre dull moments don’t get a look in. Average annual paid attendance of over half a million theatre-goers underlines our claim to be the UK’s busiest and most popular single theatre. We are managed by a voluntary board of Trustees as an independent charity with no revenue subsidy from the public purse. In our main auditorium or Patrick Studio, in our conference spaces or restaurant, and in schools and communities, we make sure that everyone is welcome, we settle for nothing but the best and we bring flair to everything we do. A great theatre needs great people. We can only thrive by having the right team on board in a fast-paced, constantly changing, creative workplace. About The Role The successful candidate will work closely with the Associate Directors on the development, delivery and co-ordination of our artistic programme, with a particular focus on our festivals and animating our foyers with performances and activities. Along with other members of the Artistic team, you will work towards fulfilling the Hippodrome’s ambitions as a significant cultural hub, developing and presenting artistic activity day and night, and matching our existing 500,000 (plus) annual theatre attendances with another 500,000 audience, participant and visitor engagements each year. Practical production and/or cultural venue programming experience is essential as is your ability to balance both artistic and commercial imperatives, in a fast moving, creative environment. You will have experience of coordinating/supervising teams of artistic personnel and the delivery of artists, creatives and visiting show contracts. You must have done artistic planning, scheduling and programming. This role is on a fixed term contract to cover maternity leave. If you want to be part of an organisation that will invest in you and give you the opportunity to develop please visit our website via the link and complete an application form.

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