Jobs

Community Engagement Vacancies

Freelance Project Assistant

We are looking for a Freelance Project Assistant to support the Special Projects Producer, the Freelance Project Leader and other freelance staff during ‘In the Family Way’ a Heritage Lottery funded project with young people.

Dates of engagement: Thursday 16 – Friday 24 August

Fee: £640 for the equivalent of 8 days work.

For more information on the project and the role please download the following document:

Freelance Project Assistant- brief for services

To apply please send a cover letter and CV to Rebecca Winwood on rebecca@thelbt.org

Deadline for applications is Friday 27 July, 9am.

Freelance Designer

We are looking for a Freelance Designer to work collaboratively with young people and creative staff to design content, costumes and any other materials as part of ‘In the Family Way’ a Heritage Lottery Funded project.

Dates of engagement: Thursday 16 – Friday 24 August

Fee: £1000 (for the equivalent of approx. 6 days work) plus design budget.

For more information on the project and the role please download the following document:

Freelance Designer- brief for services

To apply please send a cover letter, CV and examples of work to Rebecca Winwood on rebecca@thelbt.org

Deadline for applications is Friday 27 July, 9am.

Technical Vacancies

Assistant Technician

We are looking for an Assistant Technician to be part of the in house Technical team delivering performances across the organisation to a high standard, facilitating and supporting visiting companies.

For more information on the role and to apply please download the following documents:

Assistant Technician – Cover Letter

Assistant Technician – Job Description

Assistant Technician – Application & Eq Ops

Completed applications should be returned to nick@thelbt.org by Monday 30 July, 10am

Development Vacancies

Development Officer

We are looking for an experienced Development Officer to take the lead on developing individual giving for LBT and be responsible for stewardship of donors and funders as part of contributing to LBT’s fundraising strategy and successful Arts Council Catalyst bid.

This role is to capitalise on these recent developments and deliver new ambitions – strengthening and growing the LBT’s partnerships, profile and fundraising initiatives to support the organisation’s resilience for the future.

For more information on the role and to apply please download the following documents:

LBT Development Officer – Cover letter

LBT Development Officer – Job Description

Development Officer Application Form & Eq Ops

Completed applications should be returned to nick@thelbt.org by Tuesday 7 August, 10am.