Work with us!
Join the Open Theatre crew.
Deadline: Friday 28th January, 5pm
Contract Type: Part-time (24 Hours per week)
Salary: £28,000 pro-rata
Location: Remote Working, with regular meetings in Coventry and Birmingham
About the Post:
We are seeking an experienced Finance Officer to help take Open Theatre into the next phase of development.
You will have responsibility for ensuring the accuracy of Open Theatre’s financial information and records, and the maintenance of financial practices and systems in compliance with relevant legislation.
You will work closely with the Director to produce and maintain the annual budget, prepare monthly management accounts and quarterly finance reports, operate monthly payroll as well as manage the preparation for the external independent examination and year end statutory accounts.
How to Apply:
Applications should be emailed to: email@example.com and consist of:
1. Covering letter which addresses the Job Description and Person Specification (maximum 1000 words)
2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
3. Contact details for 2 referees (one should be your current or most recent employer). Please indicate whether or not we can contact each referee without your prior consent.
4. You must also Fill in the Equal Opportunities Form
If you would like this Job Pack in a different format please call us on:
07547351871 and leave a message for a call back or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome potential candidates contacting us for a conversation.
Deadline: Friday 28th January 5pm
Interviews will be held on w/c 7th and/or 14th January 2022 either in Coventry, Birmingham or Online. Please note that our preference is to interview candidates in person in either Coventry or Birmingham. Should you be invited to an interview, we will call you to confirm your preferred location for the interview.
Guaranteed Interview Scheme for Black and/or Disabled Applicants
Open Theatre recognises the long-term systemic barriers which have prevented black artists & cultural workers from thriving in the industry.
As part of our commitment under the More than a Moment initiative to combat these barriers, we are operating a Guaranteed Interview Scheme for any applicants from black* backgrounds who meet the Essential Criteria in the Personal Specification.
We are equally committed to providing opportunities for disabled artists, including those identifying as neurodivergent, autistic or as having autism, as having learning disabilities or differences, or mental health conditions. The Guaranteed Interview Scheme will apply to anyone applying who meets the Essential Criteria in the Personal Specification, and identifies as disabled.
* We have adopted the Black Ticket Project‘s definition of ‘Black’: as of Black African, Caribbean, Afro-Latinx and African-American heritage, including those of mixed-Black heritage who identify as such (More Than A Moment).