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Current Opportunities

Executive Assistant

We’re looking for a highly organised Executive Assistant with strong communication skills to join our busy team. This role is core to the NYT Executive Team at a time when our work with Britain’s best young creative talent is expanding along with our national reach and ambition. The role is designed to support the Executive at the heart of our growing and productive programme of award-winning training, partnerships with leading entertainment brands and productions. Benefits include complimentary theatre tickets and training opportunities.

We are an equal opportunities and disability confident employer and we want our workforce to represent the diversity in all its forms of the young people we work with. We actively encourage disabled people and people from backgrounds currently underrepresented in the arts workforce, including disabled people and people from the global majority, to apply. If you require any of this information in another format or have any access requirements to complete your application get in touch on jobs@nyt.org.uk / 020 7561 8661 and we’ll be happy to help.

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This is a full-time, permanent position.

Salary: £34,000

Deadline 29 May Midday

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First Interviews w/c 3rd June

Stage Manager | Playing Up

Playing Up Stage Manager on book

Playing Up is an OCN Level 3 accredited 10-month Drama training programme for young people aged 19 – 24 who are not in Education, Employment or Training. The course gives them access to a Higher Education Diploma in Theatre Arts (equivalent to 2 A-Levels). This Stage Manager role would be to support the company through their Final Production.

Rehearsals:

Monday 03 June through till Friday 28 June (Monday to Friday 10:30am – 4:30pm)

Tech:

Monday 1st July and Tuesday 2nd July

Dress 1 – Wed 03 July afternoon,

Dress 2 – Wed 03 July evening

Performances:

Thursday 04 July – Saturday 06 July (2 performances)

Fee:

£650 per week for 5 weeks plus £250 for prep and pack down

With this role, part of the Stage Management duties we'd like to include book cover.

If you are free and interested contact cherrelle.glave@nyt.org.uk with your CV.

Deadline Tuesday 28th May

Stage Manager | StoryFest

StoryFest Stage Manager

A short festival of 6 pieces of new work, with the focus being on developing the script/part of the script so it can be performed in front of a selected audience including members from our Summer courses. Quite a bitty project, with 4 of the 6 pieces rehearsing and having tech for a day each then performing after a gap in August. The other two are bigger commissioned pieces so will have larger rehearsals times (4 - 5 days.)

StoryFest Stage Manager

A short festival of 6 pieces of new work, with the focus being on developing the script/part of the script so it can be performed in front of a selected audience including members from our Summer courses. Quite a bitty project, with 4 of the 6 pieces rehearsing and having tech for a day each then performing after a gap in August. The other two are bigger commissioned pieces so will have larger rehearsals times (4 - 5 days.)

Rehearsals:

w/c 24 June and w/c 1 July

Rehearsals and tech:

w/c 8 July and w/c 15 July

Performances:

1st, 2nd, 8th 10th, 14th, 17th, 21st and the 31st from 7:30pm

Fee:

£550 per week for 3 weeks

If you are free and interested contact cherrelle.glave@nyt.org.uk with your CV.

Deadline Friday 7th June

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Our Culture

At the National Youth Theatre we work to create a culture that is inclusive, creative and collaborative. We celebrate all the ways we are different and aim to create an environment where everyone can thrive and do their best work. We want our culture to create spaces where young people from around the UK can be together, be brave and create bold work. We ask everyone involved in making each project to approach it with generosity, curiosity, kindness and respect. We believe that we do better work together than we would apart and that our work is richer and stronger thanks to the different backgrounds and experiences that everyone in our company brings. Through our work we want to be connected and responsive to each other, our communities, our industry and the wider world. Whatever your background or wherever you’re from, we invite you to support our mission to be a creative force for good at a critical time for our industry, country and world.