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Broadcast Team Assistant & PA, National Theatre


The National Theatre is currently looking for a Team Assistant and PA to join the Broadcast Department.

National Theatre Live launched in June 2009, broadcasting the National’s productions to cinemas around the world. Seen by over 8 million people, National Theatre Live is produced and managed by the Broadcast Department, including distribution to venues across the UK and more than 60 countries internationally.

The team will shortly re-locate to a new office near Waterloo station and this role will be essential in ensuring the new working environment is set up and running as efficiently as possible.

The post holder will act as Personal Assistant to Head of Broadcast and National Theatre Live whilst also providing administrative support for other Broadcast Department managers.

The role will be the customer-facing voice of National Theatre Live and manage responding to audience feedback as well as managing the administration of the Broadcast office, which will include general clerical duties.

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 find out more about the vacancy and how to apply follow the link:

The closing date for the receipt of completed application forms is: 12 noon, Sunday 29th April 2018

For any queries, please contact the HR Department by emailing:

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.

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