Who We Are
Founded in 1956, the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain is a world-leading youth arts organisation. We discover, develop and launch diverse talented young people aged 14 to 25 from across the UK, providing high quality practical experience in performance and technical theatre. We pride ourselves on spotting potential and are a company of firsts, continually breaking the mould and cementing our reputation as the home of the best of young British talent.
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New Executive Assistant Role
The National Youth Theatre is a internationally pioneering and award-winning youth arts charity that offers industry leading creative opportunities to young people aged 14-25. We’re looking for a highly organised and personable Executive Assistant to join our core team and support our expanding programme around the UK and beyond. This new role will support the heart of NYT’s administrative processes and executive team in a busy and fast-paced environment. Applicants should have a keen eye for detail and be able to demonstrate the ability to prioritise and stay task-focused in an open plan environment. Excellent benefits include a generous holiday allowance and complimentary theatre tickets.
To apply submit a cover letter no longer than one page in length, a CV and a equal opportunities monitoring form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 noon on Tuesday 29 May.
Interviews will be held in the week beginning 4 June.
The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain is an equal opportunities employer and we actively encourage applications from Black, Minority Ethnic and Disabled people. Applicants meeting the minimum criteria on the job person specification will be guaranteed an interview and will be considered on their abilities
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