£23,000-£30,000 (dependent on experience)
Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival offers an unusually diverse and exciting environment in which to work, presenting both a year-round programme of performances across the site’s small, mid and large-scale venues and the annual international Brighton Festival that takes place all over the city and its surrounding area for the month of May.
This is an exciting time to join the organisation as the renovated Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre will reopen in 2019 alongside a dedicated creative space for artist development.
We are looking for collaborative people with producing and programming experience and potential Specialisms across art forms.
Producers will work closely with the Director of Programming and Participation and the Executive Festival Producer to realise the multi-artform programming of the seasons and the festival, including budget management, overall scheduling, producing, negotiations, programme administration, delivery and coordination.
We wholeheartedly believe that the arts can change lives and are looking for people to join us in that aim.
Closing date: Monday 7th January 2019 at 12noon
Interviews: Week of 21st January 2019
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Brighton Dome and Festival Ltd is a registered charity and pursues a policy of equal opportunities. Brighton Dome & Festival values diversity promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We believe having a diverse workforce will enrich our work. As Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) and disabled people are currently under-represented at Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival, we particularly encourage and welcome applications from BAME and disabled applicants.