Duty Managers are the key position reporting to the Front of House Manager, responsible across all elements of our front of house operation for the welcome, service, and safety of all people using, visiting and working at Pegasus. Four Duty Managers work on a shift system over six days of operation to cover; ticket sales and reception, café bar preparation and service, house management of shows and activity and general building operation and maintenance.
We have 2 large private studios available with the option of them being converted into 6 smaller shared studios to suit small scale makers or those on a budget. 24 hour access, 365 days a year. Includes parking, garden, communal kitchen and area to exhibit and run courses, with studio management and close to town centre. Minimum 6 month commitment required. Viewing by appointment only.
The Theatre Chipping Norton is looking for a Take Part Co-Director (Part time Maternity Cover). The Theatre is a busy and ambitious arts centre in the Cotswolds. Welcoming over 50,000 people every year, The Theatre delivers a year-round programme for audiences across the region. Recently we have grown as a producing house, creating three major productions annually and growing a more loyal audience as a result. We are looking to grow this area of our work and have begun to tour across the UK.
Oxford City + North Oxfordshire Local Cultural Education Partnerships – known as OXCEP (Oxfordshire Cultural Education Partnership), invite individual/s and/or organisations to apply to help them develop their roles supporting positive outcomes for children and young people in Oxfordshire.
We are currently seeking an individual or organisation to deliver on a consultancy basis, three strands of work. You may apply as an individual or organisation for one, two or all of the following work streams:
Drayton Village – New Public Art Project (2020)
OVADA is currently re-structuring and developing its administrative activities. We are hiring an 'Operations and Finance Coordinator' to efficiently run the administrative side of OVADA. This role will ensure OVADA’s continued contribution to Oxfordshire’s vibrant arts community by providing safe, open and accessible spaces for creative expression and exploration. This post offers the opportunity to contribute to the organisations’ continued success and evolution of artistic activities.
OVADA is currently re-structuring and developing its administrative activities. We are recruiting a Programme Coordinator to efficiently run the administrative side of OVADA. This role will ensure OVADA’s continued contribution to Oxfordshire’s vibrant arts community by providing safe, open and accessible spaces for creative expression and exploration. This post offers the opportunity to contribute to the organisations’ continued success and evolution of artistic activities.
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Prime Theatre is looking for trustees
Prime Theatre is a professional theatre company supported by Arts Council England and Swindon Borough Council. From our base at Swindon’s Wyvern Theatre we work with schools and communities across the region and tour productions internationally.
We are looking for people to join our board of trustees at an important time for arts and education in the UK. We would love to hear from people with a passion for the arts and a commitment to young people.
New Theatre Oxford is looking for a skilled and proactive maintenance technician.
Under the direction of the Technical Manager the role will be to prepare, manage and deliver a programme of planned and reactive building, plant and equipment maintenance, promptly and efficiently within budgetary constraints.
The candidate will have responsibility for the day to day delivery of ensuring the theatre is presentable and in a good working order, ensuring highest level of health and safety and undertaking regular inspections.
Oxford Playhouse is thriving artistically and commercially, with record-breaking sales and a new commitment to regular producing and commissioning. A restructure of the leadership team at the Oxford Playhouse will result in a new Joint Chief Executive (Operations) sharing the Executive role with the current Director/CEO from Spring 2020. (OP). Both will report to and be given equal responsibility by the Board of Directors.
The Evolve Artists in Residence scheme, each year, supports three emerging or mid-career artists/companies by providing seed funding for projects, research and development, rehearsal space as well as mentoring and advice from the Playhouse team.