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Opportunities

At ARCADE, we value fairness and understand that in order for diversity in the arts to improve, we have to make sure all our paid opportunities for more than 1 day of work go out to advert.

Trainee Producer

Salary: 15 hours per week at £22k pro rata

Contract type: Fixed term, freelance or PAYE, September 2021 - August 2022

Place of work: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough. 

Application closing date: 9am, Thursday 29th July

Interview timeframe: 19th/20th August 

 

What is a producer? A producer is a person who makes things happen. It’s as simple as that. If you’ve ever organised a wedding, a birthday party or a family gathering, you’ve probably got the makings of a Producer. 

This role offers someone the opportunity to learn the skills of being a producer through practical experience. We have a raft of awesome creative projects you’d be able to work on and you’ll be part of a small but growing, awesome team. You will be supported by ARCADE co-directors Sophie & Rach to develop your skills and interests. You will be at the start of your career in the arts, or interested in starting one.

We are offering informal and relaxed info sessions for potential applicants to find out more about the role and meet the ARCADE team: in person in Scarborough on Saturday 10th July 10.30 am and on zoom Monday 12th July 6pm. Please email info@hello-arcade.com to book a place.

 

To see full job details and how to apply, click here to download the full job pack: PDF and word version and click here to download the Equal Opportunities form: word version

 


Marketing and Communications Manager

Salary: 11 hours per week at £25k pro rata

Contract type: Fixed term, freelance or PAYE, September 2021 - August 2022

Place of work: Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough, but remote working ok for most of the month. 

Application closing date: 9am Thursday 29th July

Interview timeframe: 19th/20th August

 

We need an enthusiastic, friendly and diligent person, who can help us communicate our vision and our events and projects, to a wide audience. You will support us to develop our local audience as well as build our national reputation. Ideally you’d be someone who can help us keep our website looking tidy, able to do a bit of design work and support us in sticking to our brand. We need a bit of help finding our voice and learning how to use it. There will be occasional work with the press, with our partners and with community members.

 

To find out more and how to apply click here to download the full job pack: PDF and word version and click here to download the Equal Opportunities form: word version