Producer vacancy with Second Hand Dance

A fantastic job opportunity in Production!

Producer vacancy with Second Hand Dance

Second Hand Dance is a disabled-led dance company driven by Artistic Director Rosie Heafford and Executive Producer Claire Summerfield. Established in 2013, second hand dance create touring shows and digital dance experiences for children and adults. Based in England our work has a growing international profile as well as local and regional impact.

The Producer role offers the right candidate the opportunity to oversee the delivery of creative projects, manage finances and logistics, and weave our access ethos into every part of the company. The Producer will work alongside Rosie Heafford (Artistic Director) and Claire Summerfield (Executive Producer) to support the strategic direction, projects and partnerships, and administrative operations of Second Hand Dance.  

Application deadline: 5pm Friday 1 October 2021

Hours: 4 days a week (28 hrs). The hours can be delivered flexibly across the working week

Fee: £150 per day (Freelance), £28-30K pro rata (PAYE)

Place of work: Second Hand Dance works remotely, with regular in person contact in London and the South East of England. SHD is based in Surrey.

For the application:

Candidates are required to complete a 500 word written or audio statement outlining your relevant experience and what it is that excites you about the position. 

For more Information about the application process and to submit application please visit:

Header Image Credit: The Second Hand Dance official website


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