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Birmingham Hippodrome

Competitive salary which will be negotiable + benefits

A great theatre needs great people. We can only thrive by having the right team on board in a fast-paced, constantly changing, creative workplace.

About Us

Since we opened our doors in 1899, we have existed to enrich the cultural life of our city. We believe arts and culture has the power to bring people, friends and families together, and as we continue to align ourselves to the future ambition of Birmingham, our vision is clear. We are creating a world-class cultural scene for our region with the Birmingham Hippodrome at the centre stage.

As an independent charity, we are proud of our wide-ranging and varied programme of theatre, dance, festivals, education and community activities that help make life-long memories, create opportunities and improve the lives of our diverse communities. Drawing no regular income from any public grant givers, we are funded through ticket sales from our 1,800-seat auditorium, 200-seat Patrick Studio, catering offerings, hospitality events and fundraising.

To achieve our vision, we need the best people on board who are passionate and committed to take us – and Birmingham – on the next phase of our exciting journey. 

About the Role

This is a dynamic new role for an experienced senior cultural leader to join Birmingham Hippodrome for the next phase of our strategic development. Working closely with the Artistic Director/Chief Executive, the Board and the directors team, this role will be responsible for overseeing day to day business operations of a busy cultural campus. 

With a significant track record of leading people, processes and planning, the COO will have the ability to motivate and develop teams and lead highly skilled professionals, to deliver an exciting new plan for Birmingham Hippodrome and enrich the cultural life of this region. 

Enquiries about the role to Peter Evans at peterevans@birminghamhippodrome.com or 07525 125900 and enquires about contractual terms to Glen Ivison at glenivison@birminghamhippodrome.com or 0121 689 3052
 

Apply via company site
 

Closing date: 21st Februrary.

At Birmingham Hippodrome we are committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone.