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We are currently looking for an: Arts Administrator , Performance Project Multimedia Performance Curator and FacilitatorWorkshop AssistantYouth Worker and Outreach Assistant,  Community Outreach Assistant, Community Project Coordinator

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Full-time Arts Administrator

Looking for an administrative role in an organisation working directly with the community?

SPID Theatre are looking for a committed, experienced arts administrator to manage administration for our youth projects and community programme. This role will report to the Community Project Producer.

You will be working on three projects: Living Heritage Estate Endz, Far Far Away and Estate Voices. A brief overview is below but please familiarise yourself with fuller details by reading the relevant sections of our website:

  • Estate Endz is a living heritage multimedia project about West London council estates which builds on our groundbreaking Kensington Stories Gamechanger. Participants are 13-25 years old.
  • Far Far Away is a series of weekly workshops exploring acting, voice, movement, design, writing, filmmaking, and various other arts disciplines. Participants are 8-13 years old.
  • Estate Voices is aimed at empowering local adults with skills to organise campaigns, develop their own projects, try new activities and get involved in their local community. Participants are 18+ years.

The Arts Administrator will be responsible for:

Office Management and General Tasks

  • Maintain stationary supplies, ordering equipment etc…
  • Welcome visitors to space 
  • Maintain google calendar
  • Complete weekly task list sent by line manager
  • Responsible for managing own workload regarding task list and flagging in advance any tasks that might not be completed to the requested timeline
  • Assist with hiring freelancers and recruiting volunteers as required

Communication

  • Manage google inboxes and reply to correspondence 
  • Answer telephone, email and in person enquiries regarding projects
  • Act as a main point of contact for youth groups, parents, partners, facilitators, participants, press etc
  • Have an understanding of the overall SPID team and community space and direct enquiries appropriately
  • Attend and take minutes for a weekly team meeting at a regular time agreed with line manager
  • Attend a weekly fixed meeting with line manager to ensure project is on track
  • Provide a daily End of Day Report outlining tasks completed and a time in and time out. To be sent to line manager.

Finance

  • Set up project budgets on shared GDrive
  • Update the budget with invoices and expenditure 
  • Maintain accurate financial records in accordance with funding and legal requirements
  • File invoices and receipts physically and digitally 
  • Responsible for paying out expenses to young people and volunteers and keeping records of payments
  • Responsible for final budget invoice reconciliation and sign off 
  • Monitor and hold responsibility for the Petty Cash spend and reconciliation
  • Alert team to any potential overspend or budgeting issues

Marketing

  • Assist with recruitment drives by posting job ads, monitoring responses, shortlisting candidates, arranging interview slots and preparing paperwork
  • Assist the marketing and outreach officer with project marketing as required
  • Send out press releases and eflyers for events
  • Assist with social media and writing blog posts as required
  • Edit the website with upcoming events, jobs, project updates etc…
  • Uploading content to YouTube and other online platforms

Workshops & Showcases

  • Source and purchase materials such as stationery, snacks, materials needed for shows etc…
  • Setting up sound equipment and projector when required
  • Assist with event managing performances and showcases at the end of each project block

Project Documentation

  • Create contracts for new staff and freelancers based on Company templates
  • Create weekly project schedules and keep contact lists updated 
  • Maintain archiving of all project documentation and photos/videos/oral history recordings 
  • Update and file oral history agreements and photo/filming permissions
  • Collate feedback on all projects and continually improve these systems
  • Ensure correct filing of major documents such as Memorandums and Formal Agreements with partner organisations

This is a guide to the nature of the work required. It is not wholly comprehensive or restrictive and may be reviewed with the post holder and the line manager from time to time.

Essential Skills

  • A minimum of 2 years administration in a busy office (preferably community arts based)
  • A minimum 2 years proven experience managing budgets and financial administration
  • Working knowledge of maintaining charity financial records for audit
  • Experience working with young people aged 8–25 and their parents/carers
  • Experience of supporting community activity programmes
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to develop rapport with a wide range of community members and young people to grow engagement
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Due to the nature of this role, a DBS check will be required

Desirable Skills

  • Local knowledge and experience of working within Kensington & Chelsea
  • Experience of working on immersive / site-specific performance
  • Experience with Google Docs and Google Drive

This role is based in Kensal House (W10 5BQ) in Ladbroke Grove.

Deadline: 12pm Tuesday 27th August

Interviews: Thursday 12th September

Role starts: ASAP after acceptance of position

Salary: £21,840 per annum (full-time 35 hours a week)

Contract Duration: September 2019 – August 2020 (exact dates tbc upon appointment)

Paid Holiday Allowance: The employee is entitled to 6 weeks paid holiday (inclusive of 8 bank holidays). This is currently 30 days for the whole period.

 

Working hours will be as follows (including 1hr lunch unpaid):

Tuesday: 11:30 – 7:30pm

Wednesday: 10am – 6pm

Thursday: 12:30 – 8:30pm

Friday: 10am – 6pm

Saturdays 10am – 6pm

 

To Apply

Please email jobs@spidtheatre.com using ‘Application for Arts Administrator’ in the subject line. Include your CV and a one page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role with reference to the full job description.

Applications from the local community in Kensington Borough are preferred and strongly encouraged.

Please note! 

We may close the advert early once a suitable applicant is found so please apply sooner rather than later.


Performance Project Multimedia Performance Curator and Facilitator

You will be working with S.P.I.D Theatre company on our Living History project, Estate Endz. You will facilitate a workshop and then oversee the production of a performative multimedia exhibition with a group of 13-25 year olds that will take place at the World’s End estate and help to ensure the project reaches the community it focuses on.

 

Person specification: 

  • Experience of immersive/interactive theatre
  • Experience using a variety of media to create theatre (e.g. projection, light & sound, objects)
  • Experience of working with young people
  • Experience of working with community projects
  • Experience leading a production team including lighting and sound designer
  • Creative flair and ability to problem-solve
  • Ability to work with budgets
  • Confidence with technical production
  • Enthusiasm and passion
  • Proven reliability, commitment and ability to get the job done
  • Performative skills

Commitment: 

  • Saturday 28 September 11am – 6pm: facilitating a workshop for young people
  • Thursday 24 October 3:30pm – 7pm: induction + start planning and production
  • Thursdays 7 November – 12 December 3:30pm – 7pm: planning and production time
  • Saturday 19 October 11am – 6pm: attend workshop
  • Saturdays 9 November – 14 December 11am – 6pm: workshops, rehearsals  and performance
  • Tuesday 17 December 4 – 5pm: project debrief meeting

Please note: Applicants must be available for all dates listed. 

Fee: £350 (facilitating) + £1106 (curating) 

Contract: Freelance contract (applicants must arrange their own tax/NI)

Closing date: 12pm on Tuesday 20 August

Interviews: Tuesday 10 September & Thursday 12 September

Applications: Send a CV and covering letter outlining your suitability for the role and confirming your availability to jobs@spidtheatre.com with ‘Multimedia Curator’ in the subject line.


Workshop Assistant

Looking for a youth work role in an organisation working directly with the community?

SPID Theatre are looking for a committed, experienced Workshop Assistant to help support the delivery of our innovative weekly arts workshops. This role will report to the Community Project Producer. 

You will be working on our flagship project: Living Heritage – Estate Endz. A brief overview is below but please familiarise yourself with fuller details by reading the relevant sections of our website:

  • Estate Endz is a living heritage multimedia project about West London council estates which builds on our groundbreaking play Gamechanger. Participants are 13-25 years old.

The Workshop Assistant will be responsible for:

  • Completing the register for each session. 
  • Photographing and filming each session; taking responsibility for documenting the project for our records and for social media. 
  • Helping set up the space before each workshop and packing down resources at the end. 
  • Ensuring session resources are readied and accessible during the session. 
  • Assisting the workshop leader(s) to deliver the workshop and implement behavioural policies.
  • Taking part in session feedback – suggestions are always welcome.
  • Helping young participants to complete their assigned tasks as necessary.
  • Suggesting ways of using social media to promote the project
  • Accompanying young people in trips from and to Kensal House. 

This is a guide to the nature of the work required. It is not wholly comprehensive or restrictive and may be reviewed with the post holder and the line manager from time to time.

 

Essential Skills

  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to develop rapport with a wide range of community members and young people.
  • Experience of facilitating games, assisting workshops and creating positive experiences for young people aged 8-25.
  • Experience of working within community activity programmes.
  • Excellent time management skills and reliability. 
  • An interest in SPID Theatre’s work and enthusiasm for the Living History project.
  • Ability to support others as part of a team..
  • A friendly and professional manner.

Desirable Skills

  • Local knowledge and experience of working within the borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
  • Experience of working on immersive / site-specific theatre.

This role is based in Chelsea Youth Club (SW10 0EQ). You will be responsible for paying your own taxes and National Insurance Contributions. 

Due to the nature of this role, a DBS check will be required.

Deadline: 12pm Tuesday 27th August

Interviews: Tuesday 17th September

Role starts: 21st of September

Fee: £10.55/hour (total 7 hours a week) 

Contract Duration: September 2019 – July 2020 (exact dates tbc upon appointment)

You must be available to work the following hours:

11am – 6pm for 33 Saturdays from 21/9/19 to 19/7/20 (exact dates tbc upon appointment)

 

To Apply

Please read the full job description on www.spidtheatre.com/jobs before applying. After reading the job description, email jobs@spidtheatre.com using ‘Application for Workshop Assistant’ in the subject line. Include your CV and a one page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role with reference to the full job description.

Applications from the local Kensington community are preferred and strongly encouraged.

Please note! 

We may close the advert early once a suitable applicant is found so please apply sooner rather than later.


Youth Worker and Outreach Assistant

Looking for a youth and outreach role in an organisation working directly with the community?

SPID Theatre are looking for a committed, experienced youth work & outreach assistant to help spread the word about our innovative youth projects and support the delivery of weekly workshops. This role will report to both the Community Project Producer and Marketing & Outreach Manager.

You will be working on two projects: Living Heritage Estate Endz and Far Far Away. A brief overview is below but please familiarise yourself with fuller details by reading the relevant sections of our website:

  • Estate Endz is a living heritage multimedia project about West London council estates which builds on our groundbreaking Kensington Stories Gamechanger. Participants are 13-25 years old.
  • Far Far Away is a series of weekly workshops exploring acting, voice, movement, design, writing, filmmaking, and various other arts disciplines. Participants are 8-13 years old.

The Youth Work & Outreach Assistant will be responsible for:

Team working

  • Work closely with a small team to deliver exciting, energetic and fun workshops for both youth programmes
  • Continually develop ideas for improving the youth programmes and sharing ideas with line managers and the wider team
  • Attend a weekly team meeting
  • Attend a weekly meeting with line managers 
  • To work required core hours in the office and agree flexible hours in advance with line managers. Flexible hours to be planned around pre-arranged outreach meetings, community events etc…

Outreaching in Community

  • Take responsibility and initiative for outreaching to children and young people in the wider community in order to ensure attendance targets are achieved
  • Take direction from line managers on outreaching priorities and plan activities accordingly
  • Share responsibility for developing and managing key relationships within the local community
  • Plan and deliver outreach activities such as taster workshops for local young people and community consultation sessions
  • Attend outreach activities and local events as needed

Project Workshops

  • Maintain regular contact with young participants and their parents/carers via telephone, text, email and in person, ensuring they are engaged and enjoying programmes.
  • Attend and ensure the smooth running of all workshops
  • Ensure the workshop plan is followed and keep timing for activities
  • Take responsibility for prepping equipment for workshops as well as the set-up and pack down of spaces, with assistance from workshop assistants and/or volunteers
  • Support guest professionals as they lead workshops in their area of expertise
  • Share responsibility for running warm up and closing games at each session
  • Be aware of company guidelines on behaviour management and safeguarding and implement these policies accordingly
  • Attend project evaluation sessions
  • Participate in staff feedback sessions at the end of each workshop

This is a guide to the nature of the work required. It is not wholly comprehensive or restrictive and may be reviewed with the post holder and the line manager from time to time.

 

Essential Skills

  • A minimum of 2 years experience working with young people aged 8–25
  • Experience of facilitating games and assisting workshops for young people aged 8-25
  • Experience of working within community activity programmes
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to develop rapport with a wide range of community members and young people.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Proven experience of building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders 
  • Due to the nature of this role, a DBS check will be required.

Desirable Skills

  • Local knowledge and experience of working within the borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
  • Experience of working on immersive / site-specific theatre

This role is based in Kensal House (W10 5BQ) in Ladbroke Grove. You will be responsible for paying your own taxes and National Insurance Contributions. 

Deadline: 12pm Tuesday 27th August

Interviews: Tuesday 17th September

Role starts: by Tuesday 24th September

Fee: £10.55/hour (total 25 hours a week)

Contract Duration: September 2019 – August 2020 (exact dates tbc upon appointment)

 

You must be available to work the following core hours (remaining 7hrs worked on a flexible weekly basis, including evenings and weekends as required):

Tuesdays 2:30pm – 7:30pm (5hrs)

Thursdays 2:30pm – 8:30pm (6hrs)

Saturdays 11am – 6pm (7hrs)

To Apply

Please read the full job description on www.spidtheatre.com/jobs before applying. After reading the job description, email jobs@spidtheatre.com using ‘Application for YW & Outreach Assistant’ in the subject line. Include your CV and a one page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role with reference to the full job description.

Applications from the local North Kensington community are preferred and strongly encouraged.

Please note! 

We may close the advert early once a suitable applicant is found so please apply sooner rather than later.


Community Outreach Assistant

Looking for an outreach and engagement role in an organisation working directly with the community?

SPID Theatre are looking for a committed, experienced and resourceful community outreach assistant to help spread the word about our innovative projects and establish strong links with the wider community. This role will report to the Community Project Producer.

You will be working on three projects: Living Heritage Estate Endz, Far Far Away and Estate Voices. A brief overview is below but please familiarise yourself with fuller details by reading the relevant sections of our website:

  • Estate Endz is a living heritage multimedia project about West London council estates which builds on our groundbreaking Kensington Stories Gamechanger. Participants are 13-25 years old.
  • Far Far Away is a series of weekly workshops exploring acting, voice, movement, design, writing, filmmaking, and various other arts disciplines. Participants are 8-13 years old.
  • Estate Voices is aimed at empowering local adults with skills to organise campaigns, develop their own projects, try new activities and get involved in their local community. Participants are 18+ years.

The Community Outreach Assistant will be responsible for:

Team working

  • Work closely with a small team to increase visibility and local engagement across all our programmes
  • Continually develop ideas for improving the programmes and strengthening community links, sharing ideas with line managers and the wider team
  • Attend a weekly team meeting
  • Attend a weekly meeting with line managers 
  • To work required core hours in the office and agree flexible hours in advance with line managers. Flexible hours to be planned around pre-arranged outreach meetings, community events etc…
  • Attend project evaluation sessions
  • Participate in staff feedback sessions at the end of each project block
  • Be prepared to work some evenings and weekends when required e.g. to attend a local event

Outreaching in Community

  • Take responsibility and initiative for outreaching in the wider community in order to ensure attendance targets are achieved and increase visibility of SPID projects
  • To understand the needs of local community and share these insights with SPID team during planning of projects
  • Take direction from line managers on outreaching priorities and plan activities accordingly
  • Share responsibility for developing and managing key relationships within the local community
  • Plan and deliver outreach activities such as taster workshops for and community consultation sessions
  • Attend outreach activities and local events as needed
  • Maintain regular contact with local community partners and organisations
  • Attend and ensure the smooth running of SPID events as required
  • Over time to help develop a pool of local contacts for freelancing, volunteering, participating in workshops, holding events, creative collaboration etc… 
  • Continually develop ideas for local projects, collaborations and connections

This is a guide to the nature of the work required. It is not wholly comprehensive or restrictive and may be reviewed with the post holder and the line manager from time to time.

 

Essential Skills

  • A minimum of 2 years experience working within community outreach or a community organisation
  • Experience of working within community activity programmes
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to develop rapport with a wide range of community members and young people.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Proven experience of building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders 
  • Due to the nature of this role, a DBS check will be required.

Desirable Skills

  • Local knowledge and experience of working within the borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
  • Experience of working on immersive / site-specific theatre

 

This role is based in Kensal House (W10 5BQ) in Ladbroke Grove. You will be responsible for paying your own taxes and National Insurance Contributions. 

Deadline: 12pm Wednesday 11th September

Interviews: Thursday 19th September

Role starts: by Tuesday 24th September

Fee: £12/hour (total 20 hours a week)

Contract Duration: September 2019 – August 2020 (exact dates tbc upon appointment)

 

You must be available to work the following core hours (remaining 10hrs worked on a flexible weekly basis including evenings and weekends as required):

Tuesdays 2:30pm – 7:30pm (5hrs)

Thursdays 3:30pm – 8:30pm (5hrs)

 

To Apply

Please read the full job description on www.spidtheatre.com/jobs before applying. After reading the job description, email jobs@spidtheatre.com using ‘Application for Community Outreach Assistant’ in the subject line. Include your CV and a one page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role with reference to the full job description.

Applications from the local North Kensington community are preferred and strongly encouraged.

Please note! 

We may close the advert early once a suitable applicant is found so please apply sooner rather than later.


Community Project Coordinator

Looking for a producing role in an organisation working directly with the community?

SPID Theatre are looking for a committed, experienced producer to organise plan and deliver our youth projects and community programme. This role will report to the Head of Youth and Outreach and has line management responsibility for the wider team.

You will be working on three projects: Living Heritage Estate Endz, Far Far Away and Estate Voices. A brief overview is below but please familiarise yourself with fuller details by reading the relevant sections of our website:

  • Estate Endz is a living heritage multimedia project about West London council estates which builds on our groundbreaking Kensington Stories Gamechanger. Participants are 13-25 years old.
  • Far Far Away is a series of weekly workshops exploring acting, voice, movement, design, writing, filmmaking, and various other arts disciplines. Participants are 8-13 years old.
  • Estate Voices is aimed at empowering local adults with skills to organise campaigns, develop their own projects, try new activities and get involved in their local community. Participants are 18+ years.

The Producer will be responsible for:

Finance

  • Working with the Arts Administrator to oversee the budget and ensure that expenditure is logged correctly as required for SPID’s records and to meet funder & legal requirements. 
  • Ensure that the project stays within budget. 

Staff Management

  • Line Manage the Arts Administrator, Community Outreach Officer and project freelancers.
  • Co-line manage with the Marketing and Outreach Manager the Youth Work Outreach Assistant
  • Attend and share responsibility for chairing team meetings when necessary.
  • Be point of contact for freelancers and ensure they are fully briefed.
  • Ensure freelancer workshop plans are received on time, approve and provide feedback as necessary.
  • Oversee the recruitment of staff on projects

Publicity and Marketing

  • Create project press releases and provide feedback on project publicity
  • Lead the coordination of key project events
  • Liaise with the Marketing and Outreach Manager on marketing strategies and outcomes 

Schedule Management

  • Take responsibility of the timeline reviewing to ensure that the project is running to schedule
  • Ensure key project deadlines and outputs are met

Community Liaison

  • Share responsibility for developing and managing key relationships within the local community
  • Oversee outreach activities such as taster workshops for local young people and community consultation sessions
  • Attend outreach activities as needed

Project Workshops

  • Devise the creative content of performance workshops and facilitate these
  • Attend and ensure the smooth running of all Saturday workshops
  • Ensure that all members of the team receive the workshop plan before sessions
  • Support guest professionals as they lead workshops in their area of expertise
  • Share responsibility for running warm up and closing games at each session
  • Manage the youth worker and workshop assistants to ensure the set-up, pack down and running of workshops goes smoothly
  • Monitor project documentation and financial logs
  • Attend project evaluation sessions.
  • Run staff feedback sessions at the end of each workshop
  • Collate and review feedback from guest professionals
  • Schedule and manage the running of key project events

This is a guide to the nature of the work required. It is not wholly comprehensive or restrictive and may be reviewed with the post holder and the line manager from time to time.

Essential Skills

  • A minimum of 2 years project management experience
  • A minimum of 2 years experience working with young people aged 8–25
  • Experience of facilitating performance workshops for young people aged 8-25
  • Experience of producing community activity programmes and engaging adults
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to develop rapport with a wide range of community members and young people.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills.
  • Proven experience of managing budgets and financial administration.
  • Proven experience of managing a team of staff and volunteers.
  • Due to the nature of this role, a DBS check will be required.

Desirable Skills

  • Local knowledge and experience of working within the borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
  • Experience of working on immersive / site-specific performance

This role is based in Kensal House (W10 5BQ) in Ladbroke Grove. You will be responsible for paying your own taxes and National Insurance Contributions. 

 

Deadline: 12pm Tuesday 27th August

Interviews: Tuesday 5th September

Role starts: by Tuesday 17th September

Fee: £12/hour (total 26 hours a week)

Contract Duration: September 2019 – August 2020 (exact dates tbc upon appointment)

 

You must be available to work the following core hours (remaining 8hrs to be agreed upon appointment to the position):

Tuesdays 2:30pm – 7:30pm (5hrs)

Thursdays 2:30pm – 8:30pm (6hrs)

Saturdays 11am – 6pm (7hrs)

 

To Apply

Please read the full job description on www.spidtheatre.com/jobs before applying. After reading the job description, email jobs@spidtheatre.com using ‘Application for CPP’ in the subject line. Include your CV and a one page cover letter outlining your suitability for the role with reference to the full job description.

Applications from the local North Kensington community are preferred and strongly encouraged.

Please note! 

We may close the advert early once a suitable applicant is found so please apply sooner rather than later.


DO YOU LIVE LOCALLY? DO YOU ENJOY BEING OUT & ABOUT IN THE COMMUNITY? 

WE NEED YOU TO BE OUR Flyer Distributor !!!

We need a Flyer Distributor to help us spread the word to local organisations about our upcoming projects at SPID. We need someone to visit key organisations in the community and local housing estates to deliver flyers and put up posters about our workshops for young people ages 8-25 and adult skills evenings. Workshops take place in two groups on Tuesdays (8-13 year olds) and Saturdays (13-25 year olds).

You would meet us at our office in Kensal house – W10 5BQ to collect flyers and posters. The fee is £10 per hour with a minimum guarantee of 4 hours work. Travel card will be supplied to use in getting to different areas in the borough. We have distributor opportunities around 6 times per year, so it would be great to have someone who would be interested in doing this more than once or becoming part of a pool of distributors. Ideally we would also love to find someone who knows the North Kensington area very well and is able to help us in reaching out to different parts of the community by speaking to community members about SPID’s work.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on youth@spidtheatre.com or at 0208 969 4570/ 07903 861 674


VOLUNTEER PHOTOGRAPHERS & VIDEOGRAPHERS

Calling all professional photographers and videographers!

Interested in giving some of your time and skills back to your local community? S.P.I.D. Theatre are in need of professional photos of their youth workshops and community performances to help promote their work throughout the local community.

What we need from you:

  • 2-3 hours of your time on a Tuesday or Saturday afternoon
  • 25 edited images/footage

We are happy to provide travel expenses on the day. If you would be interested, please contact Olivia at youth@spidtheatre.com.

 

VOLUNTEER WORKSHOP ASSISTANTS

Role:

To help us in our mission of providing free drama workshops for young people in North West London. This is an incredible hands-on experience if you are aiming to develop a career in either community work or drama.

At the moment we need Volunteer Workshop Assistants for our next block Far Far Away programme running on Tuesdays from 17th September 2019 until the 3rd December 2019. The workshops happen every Tuesday (except half term) from 4.45 pm to 6.15 pm at Kensal House (W10 5BQ). You will need to be in from 4.00 pm until 6.30 pm, to set up before the workshop as well as break down and do feedback afterwards with the workshop assistant(s) and the Project Leader.

You would be working with maximum 20 local young people aged 8-13 year olds each session. In the workshop there will be a facilitator, a member of SPID staff and 2-3 workshop assistants. You will be paid £5 for travel expenses. The theme for this block will  contemporary dance.

Ideally we would love to find someone to volunteer for all the  workshops from September to December. In any case, let us know your availability and we will figure out how to organise it.

If you are interested, please contact us on youth@spidtheatre.com or at 0208 969 4570


ENJOY THEATRE, COMMUNITY WORK & WORKING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE? 

WE NEED YOU TO BE PART OF OUR Volunteer Team !!!

We need Volunteers to become part of our volunteer team at SPID! Throughout the year we run many shows, workshops and projects with young people from ages 8-25. We find ourselves often in need of volunteers to help assist in workshops, usher audience members, help patrons fill out feedback and surveys at events, and even help build and paint sets or gather costumes and props for our productions. Our team of volunteers are really vital in helping to make our young people’s creative visions come to life.

The work most often takes place in Kensal house – W10 5BQ. You will be paid £5 for travel expenses. Ideally we would love to find someone who is passionate about theatre and community work and who’s willing to lend a hand on these kinds of tasks. If you’d like to be a part of SPID Theatre’s volunteer team, please get in touch on youth@spidtheatre.com or at 0208 969 4570/ 07903 861 674 with your contact details and why you’d like to be involved.


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