- Fee: £650 p/w
- August to late October 2022, freelance, fixed-term (9 weeks), starting w/c 29 August 2022, concluding end of w/c 24 October 2022
About the role
We are looking for a highly committed and diligent individual with a proven track record in providing crucial company welfare support and pastoral care, who is comfortable working in a fast paced and ambitious environment with a range of people including Lewisham community members, creative professionals and partnership stakeholders.
This role is a crucial role, central to the concept of the company wellbeing plan for the project, and spans the breadth of supporting the producer and company to deliver a high quality community performance work, with a cast made up of Lewisham community members, school groups and community dance groups.
You will support the Administrative Producer and the Production Manager in ensuring that the artistic and pastoral objectives are achieved and that the needs of the Lewisham community cast members are met to an exceptional standard.
Responsible to: Administrative Producer and Production Manager
Key Relationships: (Internal) Administrative Producer, Head of Operations and Production
(External) Creative and Production Team, Participating Group Leaders
Hours: Full time 40 hours per week
Some weekend and evening work will be required
Location: A combination of remote and on-site working with meetings and visits across Lewisham/London for workshops and production delivery.
September and October months expected to be fully on-site throughout this delivery period, with reasonable adjustments to be made depending on the needs of the project.
If you are interested in either roles please contact Mimi Findlay, Administrative Producer firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Hiring Policy
The Albany aims to encourage a culture where people can be themselves and be valued for their strengths and we want our team to represent the same diversity of audiences and artists we welcome into our venues every day. We are keen to hear from a diverse range of candidates from all backgrounds drawing on different perspectives, experience and knowledge. We particularly want to encourage people who have lived experience of the Black and ethnically diverse communities we serve. The Albany will offer an interview to anyone who identifies as a D/deaf or disabled person who meets the essential criteria.