Jobs and Opportunities
We are currently looking for a VOLUNTEER PROJECT ASSISTANT.
We also have a MENTORING OPPORTUNITY for young people to be mentored in Producing, Sound Design, or Acting.
Theatre Mentoring Opportunities Available in Producing or Sound Design
Are you interested in being mentored in Producing or Sound Design by an industry professional?
SPID Theatre have a brilliant opportunity for a few young people (13 to 25 years old) to work alongside our industry professionals in the build up to our next production! Come and be mentored in one of two creative disciplines: 1. Producing, 2. Sound Design
You will work closely alongside your Mentor as we prepare for the final show of the Reimagining Goldfinger project and will have the opportunity to ask questions, learn new skills and gain an insight into the industry.
No prior experience is needed but you must have a hardworking and committed attitude. You will have the chance to meet and work with other young people on the production and this will be an excellent addition to your CV.
Mentoring sessions and rehearsals: Every Saturday from 11am to 6pm, from 1st April to 20th May (except 15th April)
Show day: 27th May (all day)
EXPENSES towards food and travel will be available.
Let us know you are interested via email (email@example.com) or text, call or leave a message (07903 861674 / 020 89694570) or contact us via social media (@SPIDTheatre) leaving your name, contact details and which specialism (1. Producing, 2. Sound Design) you’re interested in.
Places are limited!
DEADLINE TO EXPRESS AN INTEREST: Friday 31st March at 10am
PROJECT ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER
Person Specification: Student / recent graduate, with a proven interest in working within a charity or arts environment.
Hours: 1 day per week – Fridays 1pm – 7pm
Salary: Expenses (£5 per day)
Applications: Please send CV and covering letter F.A.O Rahma Saeed firstname.lastname@example.org
You will work closely with the Marketing & Outreach Officer and Admin, to promote SPID’s projects to young people and within the local community. You will have the opportunity to work on a campaign for Reimagining Goldfinger, our latest youth project. See here for more information.
This is a key role within the organisation and requires a high level of motivation, enthusiasm and energy. You will need to be able to work independently as well as part of a team and have an ability to think creatively. You will have excellent organisational and administration skills along with strong written and verbal communication skills and an ability to get out into the community and talk to young people.
In return we will offer the opportunity to work on a marketing campaign and develop your skills in research, writing copy and press releases, managing social media, liaising with a creative team, contacting schools and youth organisations and general administrative responsibilities in an arts setting. Written reference will be provided upon completion of the project.