Audience Development Officer
Contract: Full time, fixed term 23 months
The National Theatre are looking for an Audience Development Officer to play a vital role in ensuring the Theatre Nation Partnerships project realises its full potential and generates a lasting and impactful legacy.
Theatre Nation Partnerships is a 3 year programme focussed on six areas of the country to broaden and increase audiences and increase the amount of drama programming on offer to audiences. In each area, the National Theatre will work in partnership with theatre venues, as well as other local partners including Bridge Organisations, Creative People and Places and Cultural Education Partnerships.
you will bring schools audiences into NT Live cinema and live theatre, as well as reaching communities who don’t currently attend
We aim to reach as wide an audience as possible, creating a sustainable increase in audience engagement, widening catchment areas for venues, and achieving a measurable and sustained increase in younger audiences.
Working with the Touring Partnerships Manager and the National Theatre Productions Marketing Manager and in close collaboration with contacts at our partner venues, you will bring schools audiences into NT Live cinema and live theatre, as well as reaching communities and groups who don’t currently attend.
If you have a background in arts marketing and are passionate about engaging new audiences, we would love to hear from you.
Please note that applications can only be considered if they are submitted through the National’s Online Recruitment System, and returned by the closing date.
To apply for this vacancy please follow the link: https://candidate.nationaltheatre.org.uk/74107APRO
Closing Date: for the receipt of completed application forms is: 12 noon, 19th June 2018.
Interviews: the anticipated date of first interviews is: 26th June 2018.
For any queries, please contact the HR Department by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage applications from all sections of the community and in particular those which are currently under-represented at the NT including BAME & disabled candidates.