Wanted: two new members of Team PP.
In partnership with Creative Access, we’re recruiting a TRAINEE ADMINISTRATOR and a TRAINEE PRODUCER to come and join Team PP.
Applicants must be of BAME background and should register with Creative Access to apply here. Please note we will not accept CVs or covering letters for this role.
So, who are we looking for?
Brilliant people of course. For each role we want someone who can fit in to our small and friendly team of theatre geeks (some of us anyway) and flourish in a busy office. You’ll need to be enthusiastic about theatre, particularly new writing and be friendly and welcoming as there’s always someone coming through the door at PPHQ. Good oral and written communication skills are key as well as a good working knowledge of IT packages. If you also like cake and biscuits, that will help.
Here’s a brief run-down of each job:
You’ll be an enthusiastic member of our dedicated team working across all company activities, providing vital support to ensure the effective and efficient running of Paines Plough. You’ll work closely with our Administrator Natalie (lucky you) supporting her in the day to day administration of the company and will also have the opportunity to take responsibility for the coordination of specific projects.
You’ll be an enthusiastic member of our dedicated team working across all company activities, providing vital support to ensure the effective and efficient running of Paines Plough. You’ll work closely with the Production team – that’s our Producer Hanna and Assistant Producer Francesca – supporting them in the delivery of PP’s full programme of work on the small and midscale, and for our Roundabout auditorium.
Hello! Is it you we’re looking for?
For more information and if you’d like to apply for the Trainee Administrator, click here or the Trainee Producer then click here. Closing date is the 9th March.
Creative Access is a ground breaking charity that provides opportunities for paid internships in the creative industries, specifically for young people of graduate (or equivalent standard) from under-represented black, Asian and other minority ethnic backgrounds (BAME). Their long term goal is to help improve interns chances of securing full-time jobs and, in the longer term, increase diversity and address the imbalance in the sector.
Creative Access is a strategic initiative which complies with its obligations under the Equality Act 2010.
Creative Access is supported by the UK Commission for Employment & Skills, Creative Skillset and the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.