The Almeida Theatre is an equal opportunities employer and our aim is to create a diverse and inclusive working environment which reflects the city we live and work in and the communities and audiences that we engage with. The recruitment process is open to all, but we particularly encourage applications from people of colour and D/deaf & disabled candidates as these groups are currently underrepresented at the Almeida.
Corporate Partnerships Manager
The Almeida Theatre is seeking a Corporate Partnerships Manager. This post is offered on a permanent, full-time contract.
The Corporate Partnerships Manager is a key member of the Development team and will lead on strategy, recruitment and stewardship of corporate partners at all levels, securing support for the Almeida’s core programme as well as for digital projects and activity with emerging artists and young people.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills in person and in writing; a tenacious approach and be able to remain resilient in a competitive corporate market and cultivate relationships for the long-term.
Application deadline: 12pm Friday 18th October 2019
First round interview will take place: Wednesday 23rd October 2019
Second round interview dates to be confirmed
London Theatre Consortium MOBO Fellowship
The London Theatre Consortium is recruiting its third cohort of MOBO Fellows. Up to four fellowships will be offered for six to 12 months from January 2020. Identifying mid-career highly-skilled theatre producing, administration and management talent, the objective is to demystify the executive leadership of major London theatres, to mentor and support mid-career thinking, and provide pathways for emerging producing and management talent towards leadership. Find out more here.
How to Apply
Our voluntary placements are aimed at people who want to get some valuable experience alongside or following their higher education studies. Please note that priority will be given to students who require professional placements as a part of their specialist course.
Stage Management Placements
Usually 8–10 weeks, 10am-6pm, 5 days per week from day 1 of rehearsals through to Press Night, on a show-by show basis.
On this placement, you can expect to assist the stage management team with the day-to-day running of the show. This may include setting up the rehearsal room; researching, making and sourcing props and furniture; and supporting the team during the technical rehearsals.
Usually 2-3 weeks, 10am-6pm, 5 days per week from the last week of rehearsal through to Opening Night.
During your time on placement, you can expect to support the costume department by maintaining of the costume store, show shopping; handling petty cash, minor makes and alterations if comfortable and confident and generally assisting during the technical rehearsal.
Usually 3 weeks, aiming to encompass the production period of each show, 39 hours per week which may include evenings and weekends.
On this placement you can expect to assist the technical team with lighting, sound and scenery. There may be the possibility to specialise in an area depending on the nature of the show.
Applications for Stage Management, Wardrobe Placements and Technical Placements are currently closed, please keep an eye on this page for when they re-open.