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Theatre Technician, Lilian Baylis Studio
Sadler's Wells

Opportunity closes: 30th Oct 2021
Type: Fixed-Term Job
Based: London
Salary: Undisclosed

Website: sadlerswells.com

6 month fixed-term, full-time position
Salary £27,372 per annum, plus overtime, get-out payments and benefits

We are looking for a Technician to assist and support the preparation and running of productions, events and rehearsals that take place at Sadler’s Wells, within our Lilian Baylis Studio theatre (180 seats).

Sadler’s Wells is a world-leading dance house – a place where artists come together to create dance and where people of all ages and from all walks of life come to experience dance.

You will be a flexible, practical person with excellent technical skills and experienced in professional technical theatre work. You will also be positive under pressure, a good problem solver, and able to work well as part of a team. Self-motivation and a good understanding of a wide range of technical theatre and stage skills are required. You must also currently hold the right to work in the UK.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join us as we grow and help support the staging of innovative visual art and artistic development opportunities.

How To Apply

For more information, please go to the following link – https://sadl.rs/3Cxf1jA

This is an ongoing vacancy, and we aim to contact candidates on an ad-hoc basis. Once a suitable candidate is appointed, this vacancy will close without further notice.

We are committed to building a culturally diverse workforce and actively encourage applications from Black, Asian and those belonging to ethnic groups that are currently underrepresented within the Arts. Applications from deaf and disabled communities and low socio-economic backgrounds are also welcome. As a user of the Disability Confident Scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role as set out in the Job Pack.

Sadler’s Wells also works collaboratively with Parents in Performing Arts (PiPA) in efforts to support parents and carers within the industry.