Attitude Is Everything, Grassroots Project Manager, Paid (32 - 33K), Deadline: 20 February 2017, 12 PM

Attitude is Everything improves Deaf and disabled people’s access to live music by working in partnership with audiences, artists and the music industry. 

The Grassroots Project Manager will support those that have signed up to honour their commitment to improve their accessibility each year, whilst forging relationships with new grassroots venues.

The role will oversee the implementation of the Grassroots Programme with all grassroots venues, from managing relationships, advising events producers on improving accessibility, writing guidance and tools to share with the music industry to improve their access, organising and delivering bespoke training and consultancy, and evaluating the impact of our work.

This is the perfect job for someone who is passionate about live music and strongly believes in equality. They’re looking for a proactive and creative problem solver, with a positive approach to offering practical advice.

To apply for this job role, please visit: http://www.attitudeiseverything.org.uk/news/job-grassroots-project-manager



Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Events Internship, Paid (£6.70 - £7.20 per hour), Deadline: 27 February 2017

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is offering an excellent training opportunity for a graduate interested in starting a career in events.

You will provide day-to-day support to the Events Team. You will gain experience of and learn about development activity and communications in an educational and artistic environment.

An interest in the arts is essential, and knowledge of music or contemporary dance would highly desirable. You should have excellent communications skills, a willingness to learn, the ability to work as part of a team, and be able to demonstrate initiative.

To apply for this job role, please visit: https://www.createjobslondon.org/jobs/events-internship1


Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Interpretation Producer, Paid (21 - 27K), Deadline: 27 February 2017

You will find innovative ways to engage audiences through a programme of festivals, new events and experiences, as well as creating new interpretation to enable visitors to see Kew’s existing offer with greater insight. You will use your experience of a range of interpretation techniques, your excellent organisational and interpersonal skills and your ability to meet deadlines with speed and accuracy to bring stories to life – stimulating intellectual and emotional connections with our scientific, horticultural and cultural offer.

You will also work closely with the Head of Interpretation and their team ensuring joined up and consistent messaging across the organisation. 

Success in this role will rely on the combined and collaborative efforts of a range of staff from very different areas of expertise in horticulture, science, publishing and media, estates management, learning and participation, interpretation, visitor management and marketing. The role will interact on some level with representatives of all these teams.


Royal Opera House, Archivist, Paid (28 - 29K), Deadline: 22 February 2017

Royal Opera House are currently seeking an experienced Archivist to assist in the preservation, management and development of, and engagement with, the Collections. They will join the ROH Collections team, which comprises the Head of Collections, three Archivists and the Collections Assistant. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your experience within a busy Archive with a growing and very diverse range of materials. The successful candidate will hold a post-graduate qualification in Archives Administration/Management or equivalent and have the necessary skills to fulfil this role.

For full information, please visit: www.recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=2544


Royal Opera House, Technical Administrator, Paid (26 - 27K), Deadline: 27 February 2017

Royal Opera House are seeking to appoint to the role of Technical Administrator for the Technical Direction Department. The ideal candidate will have:

  • Significant relevant experience of working in an administrative office based role, ideally within a large theatre/performing arts environment;
  • IT skills, including a very strong understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook;
  • Fast and accurate typing skills;
  • Ability to prioritise workload, to work under pressure with a high level of organisational proficiency; and
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to liaise with a wide range of departments/people (both internal and external) which requires a high standard of verbal and written English.

To find out more or apply, please visit: www.recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=2546