Careers and Vacancies
PLEASE NOTE: OUR CURRENT VACANCIES ARE LISTED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
For every actor you see on stage at a REP production there can be ten people working behind the scenes. More than 40 people work in our marketing, learning, literary, finance, administration, production and sales departments and every member of staff has had a different route into their job. Some have come straight from university, others have gained vital work experience as part of a school or college placement whilst others have come to work at The REP having gained and developed skills in a different industry altogether.
One thing we do know is that the employment landscape will continue to change. The government estimate that 61% of the jobs which young people will do when they leave school haven't been invented yet!
We hope that you find this section of the website useful – it will provide you with information about the different departments at The REP and the jobs that people do here, as well as current vacancies and casting opportunities when they are available.
The following roles and departments enable The REP to deliver excellent theatrical experiences. Full profiles can be found in the attached document.
Artistic Director, Executive Director, Arts Team, Marketing and Press, Sales Team, Development, Finance, Learning and Participation, Stage Door, Theatre Management, Front of house staff, Production, Stage Management, Stage, Lighting, Sound, Workshop, Paintshop, Props, Wardrobe, Wigs & Makeup, Performers, and Creative Team.
This is an exciting and unique role, with the successful candidate joining The REP at a turning point in its history. In addition to celebrating 50 years on Centenary Square there are numerous exciting plans and projects underway, such as Birmingham's Commonwealth Games Cultural Festival in 2022, Birmingham City re-generation, a redevelopment of our front of house areas, and reasserting our mission and values under a new executive team. The REP welcomes fresh talent who are open- minded, creative and eager to contribute their ideas and experience as we embark on the journey of change ahead.
This part-time role will stretch across Creative Learning and the Artistic team to consolidate The REP's community partnerships and will explore new areas for development and manage community projects taking place in the run up to and duration of Birmingham's Commonwealth Games Cultural Festival in 2022.
A full job description, application form and E&D form can be downloaded from the Downloads folder on the right.
To apply for this post please send either your full CV or a completed application form explaining how your skills and experience align with the requirements of the job description, as well as your E&D form to email@example.com by Monday 4 January 2021 at 1pm.
Please note: We do not accept CVs by themselves. All applicants must complete the online job application form, making reference to why they are suited to the specific role applied for.