Project Team Deputy Manager (Stage Bias), Royal Opera House
- Closes3rd April 2018
- TypeFull time
- SalaryPaid (£50k+)
- Artformcrafts, combined arts, dance, film, interdisciplinary arts, music, theatre, visual arts
£52,425 per annum
The Royal Opera House produces some of the best opera and ballet in the world. Our Technical Department plays a leading part in ensuring our performances are of the highest quality by delivering technical excellence for every performance and rehearsal.
We currently have a vacancy for an experienced Project Team Deputy Manager to assist with all staging and technical requirements for rehearsals and performances. Supporting the Project Team Manager of a team working on a flexible production day by day basis, you will help ensure the highest standards of quality and best practice for all aspects of the work, and support a culture of continuous improvement.
The right person for this challenge will be a strong team player with:
- A substantial track record in technical or project management for major establishments primarily for the staging of opera and ballet productions.
- Experience in all key technical areas: stage, lighting, engineering, flying, rigging, and props.
- The ability to support delivery of all projects to deadlines and budgets.
- Strong communication skills to assist with production and team liaison.
A positive approach to Health and Safety is essential in this role.
We actively encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds and value the positive impact that difference has on our teams.
A full job description is available from our website. To apply, please click on the following link, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Apply Now http://recruitment.roh.org.uk/vacancyView.php?requirementId=2968
For queries please contact the Human Resources Department at email@example.com or 0207 212 9124 and you can also contact us if you have any access needs for making an application.
Closing Date for applications: 8.00 am, Tuesday 3 April 2018.
Applicants must have work authorisation for the UK.