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Executive Producer, Mark Bruce Company


Mark Bruce Company Seeks Executive Producer (freelance)

Mark Bruce Company (BlackBird/RedRose Productions) is an award-winning company producing distinctive dance theatre and a progressive education programme. We are looking for an individual with a background in producing theatre, dance or other live performance to join our team as Executive Producer.

The Executive Producer will be responsible for developing and delivering the strategic framework needed for the Company to create and tour its work. As part of raising the company’s profile the Producer will cultivate and maintain strong partnerships with other organisations for future projects and build the relationships necessary for UK and international touring and for the distribution of the Company’s digital work. The Executive Producer will attract and nurture key investors and stakeholders from the arts sector and beyond. The role will involve significant fundraising to cover core and project costs. The Producer’s remit will include financial management and strategic planning, and overseeing communications, audience development and logistics.

Hours per week:         24 hours per week (flexible hours/days across the week). Some evening and weekend work may be required

Fee:                             Up to £200/day before tax and NIC, depending on experience

Location of post:        The post can be worked remotely but some attendance at the company’s base in Frome, Somerset will be required

Application details: See the website for Job Description and Application Pack:


Application Deadline: 24 September 2018, 11am
Interviews: 4 October 2018

Mark Bruce Company is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from groups currently under-represented in the arts.

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