Thank you for your interest in working for Leeds Playhouse. Any jobs that are currently available are shown below.
- Graphic Designer
We are recruiting for an innovative and creative individual to join us in the role of Graphic Design Officer to deliver design that drives engagement and ticket sales, and raises awareness of Leeds Playhouse’s name and brand.
You will be responsible for contributing to and coordinating authentic and on brand graphic design for all audiences and participants, for our on and offline activities across every digital touchpoint, from video content, email, web, social, video, digital screens and more.
You will be working in collaboration with the Marketing and Communications team, Producers, the Creative Engagement team, the wider Playhouse teams and with external partners.
Working closely with the Marketing and Communications Director and Marketing Team, the Graphic Designer will be the sole in house graphic designer, leading on art-working for Playhouse productions and offering support to teams across the organisation on in house design.
The Graphic Designer will also ensure all our communications output is on brand, consistent and reflective of the quality of the work across our creative programs.
You will be a talented designer with a proven track record in print, web and digital and an excellent portfolio of graphic design work. The role involves working with a busy Communications Team across a wide range of projects, so an organised approach with the ability to manage a busy workload and conflicting demands will be key.
This is an excellent opportunity to join Leeds Playhouse, with this role playing a pivotal role in communicating these changes to our audiences.
To find out more about the role, please download our job pack.
The closing date for applications is Monday 25 October at 12pm.
The Mayers Ensemble and Leeds Playhouse are looking for a Producer to join us full time initially for one year from Autumn 2021 with a view to extend subject to funding, and the post will share their time between both organisations.
Working within an arts organisation with national and international profile based in Leeds, and with a critically acclaimed Leeds-based theatre maker, this is an exciting and unique opportunity for an experienced Producer to join both organisations at a pivotal moment in their respective lifecycles, and the postholder will be enthusiastic about the opportunity to bring about change within both organisations.
Because of the change-maker nature of the role, we are particularly interested in hearing from people who experience racism in our society, specifically those with African or Caribbean heritage.
To find out more about this role, please download our job pack.
The closing date for this position is Friday 5 November 2021 at 10:00am
- Freelance Prop Makers Call Out
We would like to increase our pool of freelance prop makers.
To register your interest, please email your CV and a small sample of your portfolio to email@example.com.