This position has now closed.
We are currently recruiting for a freelance Production Manager to support the creation and touring of new projects during 2020-21. We are looking for a flexible and experienced individual, with excellent attention to detail who can help us bring our work to life.
Working with our Artistic Director, Charles Hazlewood, we create exceptional music-based experiences for the broadest possible audience. We collaborate with an array of brilliant artists and organisations to create ground-breaking work. We are not a traditional orchestra and our projects reflect this. Ideally, we’re looking for someone who is as comfortable managing music festival set ups as they are theatre performances, documentary film recordings, or outdoor performance. Previous experience working at multi-artform venues or festivals would be advantageous.
4 days per month. £200 per day pre-production, £250 per day on-site. Fixed-term contract until 30th June 2021 with the potential to extend.
How to apply
Please apply in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
- A copy of your CV
- A covering letter of ideally no more than two sides of A4 explaining why you would like to work with us and why you are most suitable for the position
- Your completed Equalities Monitoring form
- 2 references either on your CV or covering letter
Deadline for submissions: Midnight Sunday 8th November
Applications will be reviewed: week of 9th November and shortlisted individuals will be contacted. Although we aim to get back to every applicant, if you have not heard from us within 1 week of the deadline then unfortunately you have not been successful this on this occasion.
Start date: ASAP (We can be flexible around existing commitments)
If you require this information in any other format, or if you need discuss how you may submit an application in an alternative method for access reasons, please email us on email@example.com
Re-igniting our work this autumn and beyond has been made possible thanks to the support of DCMS and The Treasury’s Cultural Recovery Fund, and thanks to the continued support of our key funding partners, Arts Council England, The Mark Leonard Trust, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, and Bristol City Council.