Thank you for your interest in working for Leeds Playhouse. Any jobs that are currently available are shown below.
- Development Assistant (Supporter Engagement)
Leeds Playhouse is looking for a Development Assistant (Supporter Engagement).
You will have a passion for the arts, customer service and the ability to work as a team player in an excellent and busy fundraising department, ensuring that Playhouse donors, sponsors and funders feel connected to and appreciated by the Playhouse.
You will be a good communicator, have great listening and interpersonal skills with the self-awareness to communicate effectively with all levels of supporters. You will have an awareness of the need for high level of awareness of customer care, integrity and discretion.
You will have the skills to work on a number of projects at a time through to completion, within agreed timescales and to high standards.
Working also alongside Communications and Box Office teams, in addition to across diverse communities of people internal and external to the Playhouse, you will help the theatre to reach new as well as existing supporters in Leeds and the city region in its 50th year, following completion of an extensive capital redevelopment project.
We have a champions and allies scheme to ensure all employees feel supported, and candidates from diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities are warmly encouraged to apply.
The deadline for applications is 12pm Friday 6 August 2021.
For more information about this role, click here to access the job pack.
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Interviews will take place at Leeds Playhouse (or via video-call if necessary) on 13 August 2021.
- Dance Programmer
In partnership with Leeds Dance Partnership, Leeds Playhouse has a job opportunity for an individual in the early stages of their career and looking to become a Programmer with a particular interest in dance. Because we recognise that people from the global majority are underrepresented in programming roles, we are particularly interested in hearing from people with African or Caribbean heritage.
This is a full time for a one-year contract at Leeds Playhouse, with opportunities to contribute to our LDP partner organisations. During this time, the Dance Programmer will split their time between Leeds Playhouse (approx. 3 days per week) and other Leeds Dance Partnership organisations in the City.
As part of this year-long contract, you will be mentored by Sharon Watson MBE and Principle of the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, and supported in your on-going journey towards becoming a leader, so this opportunity is best suited for someone who is at the earlier stages of their career as a programmer.
For more information about this role and how to apply click here to view the callout.
The deadline for this application is 10am on Wednesday 28th July 2021.