We're hiring for a series of freelance, apprenticeship and Kickstart roles as we gear up for a year of putting young people centre stage in 2022.
We are an equal opportunities and disability confident employer and encourage applications from candidates from backgrounds currently under-represented in our workforce and our sector.
Section Director | Large Outdoor Event
We’re looking for inspiring and dynamic Section Directors to work with us on a major outdoor event in 2022. Candidates should have at least three years professional directing experience for this large ensemble piece and be passionate about working with young people.
We’re looking for a skilled and creative film editor with experience working in narrative drama to work with us on the post-production process of our filmed theatre production of The Ancestors, written by Lakesha Arie-Angelo and directed by Jade Lewis. The piece explores the stories and voices of Black revolutionaries held at the castle in the late 1700s and you can find out more here.
Deadline: 10am 12 January 2022
Become a Drama Inclusion Facilitator at the National Youth Theatre
If you’re aged 18-24 and currently receiving Universal Credit you could be eligible for a paid six-month job placement as an Inclusion Facilitator with the National Youth Theatre.
Salary: Living Wage
Deadline: 10am 18th February 2022
Find out more and apply
Venue Operations Apprentice
We’re looking for a committed and enthusiastic Venue Operations Apprentice to join our growing team at our new Creative Production House after a major redevelopment. This new role is part of the venue team that makes sure our visitors get a warm and inclusive welcome and keep the building running smoothly and we welcome hundreds of visitors each week. You must meet the eligibility criteria to apply.
Venue and Visitor Assistant
We're looking for four new Venue and Visitor Assistants to join our team. These Kickstart roles are an important part of our buildings team, who run our recently redeveloped award-nominated Creative Production House. The Venue and Visitor Assistants ensure that everyone arriving at our building has a welcoming, inclusive, accessible and safe experience and that our building is a place where young people can learn, grow, and find their voices.
Fee: London Living Wage
Deadline: 10am Wed 2 February
Find out more and apply now
National Youth Theatre Culture
At the National Youth Theatre work for 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.
Photo by Jim Stephenson
Alt text: Photo of young people stood at a desk taken through open glass sliding doors with national in pink neon above the desk