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Prism Arts is recruiting!
Job Title: Theatre and Performance Lead Artist
We are looking for an innovative and creative thinker to join our team. Based in Carlisle, you will manage the development and delivery of our theatre programme, embedding excellence and progression of our participant artist throughout, from decision making to skills and practice development.
Start Date: The role is available for an immediate start in January 2022.
Hours: (0.6) PRO RATA. 18.75 hours per week. Friday is a core day; other days are flexible depending on programmed activities.
Contract: Permanent, annualised hours.
Salary: (FTE) £25000 – £27000 (Pro Rata: £12,500 – £13,500)
How to Apply
Please read our full job description below, in this document you will find further information on the role and the person specification.
To apply for this post please complete the application form below, on that form there is details about how you can apply via voice/video recording instead of written word. If you would like apply another way or would like this information in another format, please get in touch, phone: 01228 587691 or email: email@example.com
We would also be grateful if you could fill in our equal opportunities form below.
If you would like an informal discussion about this position, please email Anne Timpson (Project Manager, Theatre) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 5pm on Friday 17 December 2021.
Interviews: Friday 14 January 2022 preferably in person.
Candidates invited to interview will be notified on Monday 10 January 2022.
We are committed to becoming more inclusive and representative of the communities we serve.
We embed diversity as part of our belief that a better understanding of people’s differences helps us to appreciate and value everyone’s contribution and recognise that we are all an integral and invaluable part of our Society. Everyone has the right to be treated with consideration and respect.
Our organisation is committed to achieving a truly inclusive environment for all, by developing better working relationships that realise the individual’s full potential and creativity in an atmosphere where everyone can learn and work free from prejudice, discrimination, harassment and violence.
We recruit artists and operational staff through our Equal Opportunities Policy and Diversity Statement. All disabled candidates reaching the minimum criteria for shortlisting will be invited to interview.