Events Assistant Paid Internship

The Albany Theatre Trust in the West Midlands is offering a unique opportunity to gain experience of events management in a professional theatre environment.

Events Assistant Paid Internship

The Albany is offering a unique opportunity to gain experience of events management in a professional theatre environment. The offer is a paid internship in our Events Team - if you do well it could grow into a permanent role very quickly. If you are an exceptional candidate, they might offer a job from the outset! Last summer they recruited SIX paid interns. ALL SIX have been offered permanent contracts. FOUR are now in positions of responsibility. You may well be working in a different industry at the moment, but if you have the right skills and are the right person you could join their team.

  • Closing date: Wednesday March 16th, 2022
  • The internship runs for 6 months – start date to be agreed
  • Rate of pay starts at least at the age-related minimum wage
  • 37.5 hours a week

Please contact David Meredith – [email protected] for more details about the role and how to apply.

You will learn how a theatre operates efficiently and effectively, but they'd like you to have some of your own ideas to bring to the table. You will learn excellent customer service skills at a unique theatre located in the centre of a city where the Arts are growing in importance. The Albany employs a small team of paid staff and relies on a large team of volunteers; you will form key relationships with many of them. Please note that a role in a theatre involves work during evenings, weekends and bank holidays.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a highly motivated, ambitious person to make a great start to their career in events management in the arts – and to make a significant contribution to this important phase of The Albany's development.

The Albany Theatre Trust is an equal opportunities employer. For this role, they particularly encourage applications from members of groups in our community that are not well represented in arts administration, and they welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

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