Jobs and Opportunities
Thank you for your interest in working with us. We believe that theatre belongs to everyone and we are committed to making sure that everyone has the opportunity to be involved. We want to work with people from diverse backgrounds, who will bring different skills and experiences to help us to achieve this.
Nottingham Playhouse is committed to a policy of Equality of Opportunity and creating a workforce representative of the diverse communities we work with. Applicants will be considered for employment regardless of their ethnicity, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age. We are a Disability Confident employer, recruiting and supporting disabled people in the workplace.
We have identified that our workforce is currently under representative of certain communities and are taking positive action to change this through the recruitment process. We actively encourage applicants from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Disabled people and those who meet the minimum criteria on the job person specification will be guaranteed an interview.
A safe and inclusive environment
We are committed to making a safe and inclusive environment to work in, challenging prejudices and discrimination. We have signed up to the Time To Change employer pledge to change the conversations around mental health, as well as the Old Vic Guardians initiative and the UK Theatre/SOLT Ten Principles, which encourage safer and more supportive working practices in theatre.
We also welcome proposals to consider for flexible working on hiring. We are part of the Parents in Performing Arts (PiPA) campaign and welcome applications from people who have caring responsibilities and anyone looking for a positive work/life balance.
If you would like the Recruitment Pack, Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form in an alternative format, or support in completing your application, please contact our Administration Assistant, Frances Pearson, via email at email@example.com or by calling 0115 947 4361. We are sorry but we are unable to accept unsolicited CVs.
- Assistant Producer
Application closing date: Tue 1 JunWe are seeking a highly motivated, dynamic individual with strong organisational skills to support Nottingham Playhouse’s producing and programming work.More info
- Call Out for Director – Little Red Riding Hood
Application closing date: Mon 24 MayEvery Christmas, Nottingham Playhouse produces a family show aimed at younger children. For 2021/22, we are producing Little Red Riding Hood and we’re looking for an East Midlands director.More info
- Callout for Freelance Artists
Application closing date: Mon 17 MayAs we emerge from the pandemic and enter an exciting new phase in our development, Nottingham Playhouse’s Participation Department is expanding the diverse team of freelance artists who deliver our projects and programmes.More info