Jobs In Tunbridge Wells
Thank you for your interest in working at Trinity Theatre. We have the current vacancies…
Trinity is looking for an experienced and ambitious individual to take on the role of Trinity’s Artistic Director.
The successful candidate will work with the team, led by the CEO to enhance and develop Trinity’s vision for its future artistic development, that builds on its previous successes, grows the organisation in a commercially sustainable manner and delivers its existing broader cultural and community focused plans.
A confident and compassionate leader, with proven line-management and team development experience, the role will need to be able to programme the theatre’s seasons, deliver artistic activity directly as well as support and mentor the delivery of activity of others.
- £34,000 per annum
- 40 hours a week
- Deadline for applications – 16th March, 12pm
- First round interviews – week commencing 30th March
For an initial, confidential and informal conversation about the role, please contact Trinity’s CEO – Alex Green – email@example.com
· Kitchen & Bar Staff
Trinity is looking for enthusiastic, customer service led individuals with a keen interest in food and hospitality. As part of the Kitchen & Bar team you will be expected to deliver the highest standards and enhance the customer experience, building loyalty and real connections with our theatre visitors and audience members alike.
- Barista experience preferred, although full training will be given to all staff members.
- Flexibility over the full seven day week – full and part time roles available
- Benefits include comp tickets to events and F&B discounts (T&C’s apply)
- Minimum wage and 12% holiday pay
For more information please see the below job pack
To apply please complete an application form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Trinity Theatre, Church Road, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1JP
Week-long placements available
Deadline: Friday 31 January 2020
We are really keen to support and encourage those interested in the arts, and through work experience we hope to give students a real understanding of what working here might be like (hint: most of us don’t spend any time on stage), as well as what it means to be part of a team.
Every year, we receive a large number of requests for work experience placements, so we ask everyone who is interested to fill out an application form. Unfortunately, we can’t give everyone who applies a space so not all applications will be successful.
It’s important to know that we are mostly what is called a “receiving house”, so we don’t produce a large number of shows ourselves. As a result, the work experience we offer is mostly office-based administrative tasks with not much opportunity for acting, performance or backstage work, though our Youth & Learning and Community departments occasionally have workshops that you can help with.