We emerge from Covid-19 as a new organisation with communities at our heart. We’ll engage with all communities, learning what it means to be a theatre in the post pandemic world and bring new relevance to audiences and participants.
Over the past eighteen months, like the entire theatre industry, the Royal Exchange has gone through significant changes and we face unique challenges as we recover and reinvent ourselves in the very different world we are now in. We are therefore seeking a dynamic and driven individual who is interested and excited in being part of the journey of us re-building for the future. This role will provide a unique opportunity to be a vital part of a team that will see the Royal Exchange reopen and invite the communities of Greater Manchester and beyond to once more, come together and experience the liveness of exhilarating and daring stories from incredible artists and voices.
In the long-term, this role requires the individual to be living in the Northwest (or at a reasonable commutable location) but we are open to exploring hybrid working models in the short term.
We will also consider job share proposals.
This role is a key role within the Making Team, the Making Team administrator provides administrative support for the Making Team across the technical, production, producing and programming aspects of the team’s work.
Working closely with the Director of Programme & Producing, Producing Lead & Head of Production and Technical, the Making Team Administrator will support the team in all areas of administration.
ROLE: Making Team Administrator
SALARY: £20,000 per annum
CONTRACT: Permanent, 35 hours per week
RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Programme & Production
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday 18 October 2021 at 6pm
INTERVIEWS: First interviews will be held at the Royal Exchange Theatre on Thursday 4 November. If needed, second interviews will be held at the Theatre on Thursday 11 November.
In order to apply, please see the application form and job description below. Please also complete the equal opportunities form that can be found below.
We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons; however, some communities are currently under-represented within our organisation. We would particularly welcome applications from anyone identifying as ethnically diverse and/or disabled.
We will contact you if you are successful and invite you to interview. Please note due to the volume of applications we are unable to confirm receipt of your application or provide feedback if you have not been shortlisted to interview stage.
The RET holds application forms and interview notes for unsuccessful candidates for 6 months, which will be stored in a secure manner. After the 6-month period, all data will be securely destroyed.